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We know that planning a trip to the Hocking Hills can be an involved process, and we have answered many questions over the years. Here are answers to some common ones, to help prepare for your stay.
INSIDE THE SUMMIT LODGE, BIG PINE LODGE, AND FRONTIER CABIN
What TV/DVD entertainment options do you provide?
The Summit Lodge has 3 flat-panel TVs, all of which have Blu-Ray players, and 3 of which have HD satellite. The Big Pine Lodge has 2 flat-panel TVs with satellite, DVD, and one has a game system. The Frontier Cabin has two flat-screen TVs with satellite and DVD players. We subscribe to one of the higher DirecTV satellite packages, so you won't be without your favorite channel. Yes, Buckeyes fans, we have Big Ten Network!
How about phone and internet?
We like to stay connected, and know that you will, too. We provide free satilite WiFi, which is fast enough for most needs, including streaming video. It also can be used to make voice calls on your cell phone if your carrier does not have a strong signal. There are instructions at the cabin, to add that free service on your phone.
Do we need to bring linens/towels/paper products/soap?
We provide all bed linens, towels, toilet paper and paper towels, dish soap, hand soap and shower gel, shampoo and conditioner. Starter supplies only on the consumables. If your stay is more than 2 nights, you may need to bring more.
Do you have [this item] in the kitchen?
Our kitchens should have everything you need for your stay. We provide all dishes, silverware, pots and pans, and utensils. Each unit also has a drip coffee maker, toaster, hand mixer, blender, crock pot, and electric griddle. All that said, if you are preparing a meal where a certain item is absolutely necessary, we recommend you bring it with you.
How is the water?
It's great! The Summit Lodge, Big Pine Lodge, and Frontier Cabin have water provided from an on-site well. All three cabins have clear, clean water that tastes great, with none of the sulfur smell and taste you may encounter at other locations in the area.
Is there a washer and dryer?
OUTSIDE THE SUMMIT LODGE, BIG PINE LODGE, AND FRONTIER CABIN
How is cell phone reception?
Cell phone reception is perfect if you are within the reach of the wi-fi signal at the Cabin. Just set your cell phone to use wi-fi for phone calls. We do not have a land line in any of our cabins since the wi-fi cell phone service works so well.
Do you provide firewood?
We are happy to offer you the convenience of seasoned firewood, delivered to the property prior to check in, for $7 per bundle. You may purchase firewood when you make your reservation.
Is the grill charcoal or propane?
Where are you located?
Our vacation homes are located near the intersection of Ohio 664-S and Big Pine Road. Click here for a Google Map to see approximate locations.
How secluded are the Summit Lodge, Big Pine Lodge, and Frontier Cabin?
The Summit Lodge and Frontier Cabin are located on an infrequently-travelled, quiet township road. The two properties sit on opposite sides of a five-acre parcel, with a densely-wooded hillside in between. The trees provide ample privacy during the months when leaves are on the trees. Though each is somewhat visible from the other during the winter months, they are far enough apart to maintain a reasonable level of privacy. There are no other rental properties in the vicinity. The Big Pine Lodge is located on a hill in the trees above a winding country road, away from other properties.
What grocery shopping and restaurants are nearby?
There is a small general store less than 5 minutes away, which has a small selection of groceries, and some basic necessities. If you drive to the North about 7 miles on SR 664 to US-33, there are full-service grocery and department stores, a variety of restaurants, and other attractions. You can explore this area using this Google Map.
What is there to do in the area?
Too much for us to list here! Hiking, canoeing, horseback and ATV riding, ziplining, and shopping are some of the more popular options. We suggest you visit the Hocking Hills Tourism Association's activity page to explore your options.
Is 4-wheel-drive required?
The roads leading to our location, and the driveway, do not require special consideration unless there is significant snow or ice. The driveways are paved, and we have the best snow removal crew in the area, so you will be able to access it just fine in any vehicle, except in very severe snow or ice. In the worst case, you can simply walk up the driveway, as it's not that far. During severe winter weather, we do recommend 4-wheel-drive to access any property, as we don't have any control over the roads leading to our location.