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McKee Farm - Treehouses and Camping

· Frazeysburg, Coshocton, Ohio
230 acres hosted by Carol And Autumn K.
3 lodging sites · 2 RV/tent sites · 4 tent sites
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Carol and Autumn is a Star Host
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Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
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McKee Farm is rich in memories and rich in history. It has been in the family for over 150 years and we were told that it was one of stopping points for the underground railroad. The 240 acre farm boasts a hidden cave, wide open fields, breathtaking forest land, and historic and rustic barns. Nestled at the edge of a wooded creek, Tullihas in the Trees treehouse 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. Oxley in the Woods is our newest treehouse cabin. Nestled in the woods with a view of the sunset, the lovely A Frame is filled with lovely woodwork, vintage parquet flooring, and private wooded views. The deck is huge! We've had guests set up a tent on the deck beside the treehouse for fun! Swings, and a slide make the Oxley a fun adventure. The double bed in the loft and the two stacked single beds are comfortable and cozy. The McKee Farmhouse was built in the 1800s and is rich in memories. It's a rustic old house, with wood trim, hardwood floors, and plenty of imperfections that make it unique. You can sit on the porch and drink your coffee with a view of the barn and pastures, or cozy up in one of the house's four bedrooms and sleep in. The house is fully air conditioned and heated, has all the amenities of home, but takes you back to a simpler time. Our campsites are all set apart from one another in various locations on the 240 acre farm. Secluded and unique, each campsite has its own charm. We provide guests with a fire ring and a shovel, and some sites have a picnic table. 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. In October and November, access to hiking is limited.
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434 ratings · 253 reviews
Samantha B.recommends
May 6, 2024
McKee Farmhouse
The McKee Farmhouse was perfect for us and had everything we needed. We did plenty of cooking! The land is so peaceful. We had plans for a day trip, but cancelled them in favor of exploring the farm. Carol and Autumn were even kind enough to let the kids feed the goats. I'd love to visit again!
Karen G.recommends
April 23, 2024
Oxley in the Woods
Gorgeous views & good times :)
Wonderful spot with beautiful views. Just what we were looking for! The hosts were awesome - there when we needed them but left us alone. The a frame cabin is very cute. A deer visited every evening. The description is extremely accurate. We brought water but knew we could fill up at the barn. We also took advantage of purchasing wood; made some amazing fire cooked meals. The dogs had a grand time (we kept them from chasing the deer off) and the kiddo loved the surprise. Lovely trip and lovely spot!
Aubri M.recommends
April 9, 2024
Oxley in the Woods
It was such an enchanting stay! We woke up to horses and sheep in the fields, we saw gorgeous rolling hills of spring flowers, and a deer visited our site! Just what we needed to boost our spirits after the winter. Our host was so nice and lead us to our site so we wouldn’t get lost. Thank you for an unforgettable stay!
Miguel Angel P.recommends
April 7, 2024
Oxley in the Woods
We loved the place, very clean and cozy, comfortable beds and very attentive and helpful hosts. Thank you Carol and her husband.
Mark E.recommends
March 28, 2024
Oxley in the Woods
You won’t be disappointed!
An enchanted little house on the prairie. Carol is gracious and welcoming. There is a deer that roams through in the morning with three dogs, and appears to think it’s a dog too, so funny. The A frame was well designed, safe, and perfect for me and two kids. The views are spectacular, particularly at sunset, and the privacy nice for reconnecting with your kids. Will definitely be coming back!
Teal L.recommends
March 18, 2024
Oxley in the Woods
Our family had such a lovely time here this weekend! The a-frame was quite warm, even on a cold March night, with five of us (3 children) in there. The location was great for an escape from the burbs. My boys loved exploring the hills on the property and the slide off the deck + hammock swings were a hit. The hosts were very kind. We felt right at home.
Frazeysburg, Coshocton, Ohio, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Kaskaskia and Hopewell Culture First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Carol And Autumn K.Joined in January 2018
Response rate: 100%
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