Why can we not gather firewood from your woods?

We like our fire pit areas to remain neat and tidy. Fact is, most firewood that is gathered from the woods will be wet and will not burn well, leaving heavy pieces of charred wood in our fire rings, which we end up needing to dispose of (very frustrating). In... read more

What are the sleeping arrangements?

Each cabin contains 4 queen beds in 3 separate sleeping areas. 2 queen beds are in the loft, 1 in the master bedroom and 1 in the lower level bedroom. Great for 3 couples and 2 kids or 2 couples and 4 kids. There are 2 full bathrooms in each... read more

What is there to do during our stay at your luxury cabins?

There is plenty to do outside the luxury cabins! Most people come to the Hocking Hills area to hike the trails at Hocking Hills State Park. Hocking Hills State Park has several primary areas which include Cantwell Cliffs, Rock House, Conkles Hollow, Old Man’s Cave,... read more

What is your proximity to Hocking Hills State Park?

Trickle Creek at Hocking Hills is located 19.6 miles north of Hocking Hills State Park (Old Man’s Cave), 10.1 miles east of Clear Creek Metro Park, 6.9 miles north of Lake Logan, 5.9 miles north of Hocking Valley Canoe Livery, 10.0 miles northeast of Cantwell Cliffs,... read more

Why stay at Trickle Creek at Hocking Hills?

We have the very finest quality log cabin rentals available in not only Hocking Hills, but in the entire region. Our cabins feature granite countertops, stainless appliances, hardwood floors, hand scraped beams, leather sofas, stone fireplaces, outdoor firepits and... read more