guests check in at the Main Location
Use our driving directions below
for traveling to our cabins from Cleveland, Columbus, and
Cincinnati and view the larger map to find our
cabins and see where they are located relative to Hocking Hills
State Park and other natures areas.
Click the GREEN triangular
location markers to go to our cabin rental location page to
learn more about each unique location.
From 270, take 23 South toward Circleville for 22.5 miles. You will go through three lights in South Bloomfield, pass the exit at Circleville for 22 & 56, then turn left at the fourth light onto Tarlton. Follow Tarlton, through one stop sign, for 3.6 miles and make a right onto S.R. 56 East at the second stop sign. Stay on 56 through two stop signs for 9.5 miles until you reach a five-way stop in Laurelville (there will be a Sunoco Station on your left.) Make a “soft” right turn to continue on 56 (keep NAPA on your left and White Hardware on your right). Follow route 56 for 10 miles until you come to a three-way stop at South Bloomingville. Turn right to continue on 56. Travel approximately 1000 feet to the first road, and turn left onto Chapel Ridge Road. Drive for 3.5 miles, and our driveway will be on the left. Once you come down the driveway, our office is the first building on the left.
From 270, take 33 East through Lancaster. At Logan, take the Logan/Bremen exit, turning right on 664 South. Follow for just under 10 miles, then turn left on 374 South. Continue for 2.6 miles, then turn right on Chapel Ridge Road. We will be one mile down on your right.
|Take 50 East to Chillicothe. Take 159 North to 56 East to S. Bloomingville -OR- Take I-71 North to Mt. Sterling. Take 56 East to South Bloomingville. At this point, 56 comes to a 3-way stop, turn right staying on 56. Approximately 1000 feet after turn is Chapel Ridge Road, turn left. Drive 3 1/2 miles, driveway is on left.
We do not recommend following Mapquest or any other mapping service beyond any of the larger towns. Our guests tend to have problems with their directions once they get out into the country.