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Fisher Family Retreat
46 reviews
· Logan, Ohio
290 acres
12 sites
4 Lodging
8 RV/Tent
The Fisher Family Farm was established in the early 1920's by Jake Fisher. We have raised cattle, horses, chickens and many other animals on the land over the years. There is 290 acres total, historical farmhouse and barns. This property sits on 20 acres designated for campers, with trails, a bathhouse, summer and winter activities, and open free Wi-Fi.
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Logan, Ohio, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jerry F.Joined in March 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
52 ratings · 46 reviews
Dan M.recommends
September 3, 2022
Site 1 - Pine forest or field camping
Stayed at site 1. Great view of the sky from the hilltop in the morning, and space was fairly flat and wide open. Ground was mostly dirt with one small strip of grass on the edge. Larger tents may have to be placed on harder dirt area. Bathroom was close by and site was easily accessible with a midsized sedan. Overall the stay was really enjoyable!
Roy L.
August 15, 2022
Site 10 - Pine forest or field camping
We ended up with campsite 2, which was cute and very private at the edge of a forest of mature pines. The issues, however, are: 1) the large field where you have to park for site2 is unmowed. Guess what hides in high grass: ticks and chiggers?. In 2 days I got a bad case of chigger bites despite long pants and high socks the whole time. 2) There is no water source, no bathroom anywhere nearby and no picnic table. The table issue is not a big deal, but having no water pump for the whole place is not great. You have to be able to poop somewhere. 3) The nicest tent sites at the top of the hill are really not accessible unless you have a truck or at least 4-wheel drive, but the website never acknowledges this. I hope Jerry improves the road eventually so more travelers can get up the hill. It’s a beautiful piece of land with great potential.
Josh P.
July 23, 2022
Flat Field Camping 20270
Hard to find, make sure you get your map downloaded with instructions in advance. There is no service if you get confused once you're there. Pretty far from town and busy roads. It was exactly what we wanted. We even ended up at the wrong spot and the owner accommodated. I wish we had booked more than one night.
Kahla C.recommends
July 12, 2022
Hilltop Sunrise
INCREDIBLE!! Thank you.
We had the BEST time at the Fisher Family Retreat. During my last visit to HH, we rented an airbnb once from on a small farm and had a terrible experience. I have found my go-to spot in Hocking county. You can tell Jerry has put countless hours into the property. We started at the sunrise cabin. Incredible view for Peak season! We had no problem finding the property, and it was very clean when we arrived. Appreciated all the amenities, especially the wifi down at the the Hocking store which allowed us to navigate the Hills easily & safely without getting turned around (which is easy to do since data is so limited in the area). Beautiful night sky with no light pollution. small trails and a creek to wade in. Location was incredibly convenient to all the famous landmarks. In a one night stay we saw Cantwell, Rock House, The Buckeye Trail, Cedar Falls, and Ash Cave! Do NOT Skip this listing. I cant wait to come back and visit. Thanks again!
Joelle H.
July 10, 2022
Site 1 - Pine forest or field camping
It was Ok
We stayed at Site 1: PROS: The camp site was available and easy to get too. It had a hiking trail attached. It was very easy to navigate the farm CONS: The store wasn’t open but we did utilize the self serve firewood They set off fireworks close enough to the camp we could here them and people screaming the road to get to the back campsites are gravel and can be hard to navigate unless you have a 4x4 vehicle.
Tiffany N.doesn't recommend
June 14, 2022
Site 2 - Pine forest or field camping
Not great
It had potential the creek was cute, but the trail leading to the site was over grown and unable to access the site that way. We had to park in the Field and walk though the woods across a little creek. The grass was uncut and sort of high, we didn’t end up staying the night because the bugs were too much!
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