Nestled at the edge of a wooded creek, this house in the trees boasts a beautiful sunset view with rolling hills. Tullihas combines comfort with the thrill of being immersed in nature. Built using recycled electric poles, Tullihas in the Trees has a deck perfect for hammocking, an interior dressed with windows so that guests can feel as if they are living amongst the trees,
Nestled at the edge of a wooded creek, this house in the trees boasts a beautiful sunset view with rolling hills. Tullihas combines comfort with the thrill of being immersed in nature. Built using recycled electric poles, Tullihas in the Trees has a deck perfect for hammocking, an interior dressed with windows so that guests can feel as if they are living amongst the trees, and two small lofts ideal for a restful night's sleep.
Hiking trails are marked throughout the land. Guests can hike with views of horses, cows, wildlife, corn fields, large boulders, and rustic barns. The dirt roads provide great places to drive ATVs and four-wheelers. An Amish farm borders McKee Farm. Guests should know there is minimal cell service, however, this can offer a great opportunity to unplug. Tullihas in the Trees provides a perfect remote and rustic getaway for anyone.
Because there is no electricity, the treehouse can get hot in the summer and cold in the winter. We provide a fan for warm nights and a small propane heater to take off the chill in the winter - but sleeping bags and warm clothes are recommended for cold months. We do regularly spray for bugs, but be prepared to see an occasional fly, ladybug, spider, or wasp, as they often try to get inside - they think the treehouse is cool too!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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One night away from the city
Great place to stay! No service so don’t count on it for Google maps. Bring extra blankets if staying in fall. The beds are lofted so be prepared to use a ladder to get to them. Even staying one night was a nice break from the city.
Simply beautiful--the treehouse itself and the land surrounding it. Even the outhouse was pleasant! Definitely sign up for the firewood, but bring your own mugs. If this place is available, book it!
Beautiful camping treehouse! Views of fields and distance roaming cattle in the heartland of Ohio were relaxing and soothing. We enjoyed the swinging chairs, the swings, the campfire, and all the amenities. Table was a great place for dining, playing cards, and games. We really enjoyed the get a way. Thank you!
Whimsical and unique overnight stay
If you're trying to play around with off grid living, this is the place! The entire treehouse has whimsical little touches and fun decor. It will definitely bring out the child like in you! It was definitely a plus bringing our pups too so they could run free. The view of the cows grazing on the hillside at sunset is nothing short of magical.
This place is definitely off the beaten path, but the locals are friendly enough and quick to give you tips. We didn't bring any extra water, plates or utensils which aren't provided, so we had to drive to the nearby family dollar. No big deal. Luckily our coolers were all stocked with ice and all the food we needed. The propane stove was very handy, and hidden inside of the storage in the little bench seat. We were able to make eggs in the morning, and enjoy the solitude of nature and the sunrise. The only minor thing that I noticed was the ladder to the top of the lofts is very narrow. Its a rung later thats more challenging to climb, and it'll definitely dig into your feet a bit! We've done a lot of camping and glamping and most places have the wider ladders with the actual steps to the top. Otherwise this place is pretty perfect and close to some good hiking, Black Hand Gorge! The host was so easy to communicate with before we arrived, but we didnt meet them in person. Thanks so much for a really unique experience!!
Wow, what a magical spot! It was the perfect first night of our cross-country road trip! We got to meet the host and she was very warm and sweet. We would absolutely stay here again and will be recommending to friends and fam!
I got a little turned around and Autumn was kind enough to led me over to the treehouse from the Main house. The treehouse is very relaxing—with the deck set up and swings. The essential oils and natural scents also made for a comfortable use of the compostable toilet. The treehouse is absolutely wondrous—next time, I’ll spend more than one night!!