Yurts are a new glamping trend that seems to be taking off all over the country. Yurts originated in Mongolia, as a kind of portable teepee structure.
These Hocking Hills geodomes are the first in the United States to have electricity, air conditioning, and indoor plumbing.
This 1950s authentic railroad caboose has been converted into a tiny home for Hocking Hills visitors.
Photo by of Hocking Hills Caboose
There’s something about an A-Frame cabin that makes you feel like you’re in a Swiss chalet.
Photo by of Dunlap Hollow
There are several sitting areas on the wraparound deck, as well as a BBQ grill and picnic table for outdoor dining.
Photo by The Cliffs at Hocking Hills
With the right color paint and minimal additions, these unique cabins blend right into the surrounding woods.
Photo by The Box Hop