Escape to a furnished bell style canvas tent in Ohio’s Wine Country at the woods of Sawdust FarmCamp for a glamping experience! Surrounded by the Sawdust Preserve part of the Natural History Museum of Cleveland. Creeks and valleys borders us on three sides making up the Naturals Areas Program’s 400 acres. Relax in a hammock and read from "Letters From Sawdust"; a book writte
Escape to a furnished bell style canvas tent in Ohio’s Wine Country at the woods of Sawdust FarmCamp for a glamping experience! Surrounded by the Sawdust Preserve part of the Natural History Museum of Cleveland. Creeks and valleys borders us on three sides making up the Naturals Areas Program’s 400 acres. Relax in a hammock and read from "Letters From Sawdust"; a book written about these woods. Enjoy a fire in the fire pit with wine from one of the local wineries.
Tent is on the corner of the ridge over looking the pond runoff where it joins the creek at the back of the property. Hike along the edge of the slope to reach the creek. No defined trail yet. Across the creek to the East is Sawdust Preserve. Tent is furnished with a queen size air mattress on a frame with a memory foam topper. Bring your own mats and bedding for two additional guests. Chairs and tables, linens and towels. Battery powered fan and candles set the mood.
Bring your own dishes and cooking utensils for over the fire. Skewers, grill grate and griddle provided or use the small single burner propane stove. Kettle and french press also provided.
Pit Toilet is in a pop up shelter next to the solar camp shower. We provide toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Water for washing and drinking is also provided.
First load of wood is included in your cleaning fee. $20 if you need more. We provide fire starting materials.
Park at the trail head and hike about 3 mins down the orange flag marked trail on the left side of parking area. You will be sharing the parking area with our cabin that is close by the parking area.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
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Fire Pit Wood Load
This is a second wood load after you have used your included wood provided wi...Read more
This is per hour. Life vests are required and provided along with two paddles...Read more
Bowling Ball Cannon
If you bring a bowling ball, we will launch it. No grantee you will get it ba...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Our drive is 1/4 mile and area roads are gravel.
Catch and release at our pond. Blue Gill and Bass. Stay on the dam and please do not pass the cabin. The far side is for cabin...Read more
You are welcome to hike the paths on the east side of the creek. You will need the Access Permit (provided) to hike the preser...Read more
The pond is 2.5 acres. Canoe can be rented by the hour $15 this is shared with the other renters.
The forest is home to 10 rare species of birds; including cerulean warblers.
Natural features you'll find at Glamping Bell Tent in Wine Country in Ohio.
Sawdust Woods from the "Letters from Sawdust" book. Larger average is Sawdust Preserve owned by the Natural History Museum.
Geneva on the Lake, Madison Park and Fairport Harbor all great places by the lake.
River, stream, or creek
Creek is short walk down the hill, called Moonshine Gulch home to red-sided dace and salamanders. Follow along the slope all th...Read more
Camp has its own drive from the road separate from the listing address. Can be muddy after a good rain.
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Cozy, clean and beautiful
I was put off by the cleaning fee (which is extra and about the same cost as one night stay), however, it was totally worth it. The yurt was clean, stocked and beautiful. I never expected a hotel feel from a campsite. Very private location, the sound of the creek right by and a beautiful pond to visit. I am very impressed. Only thing, be sure to bring some extra tp in case you use all they leave for you!😅 OH! And there is a super friendly orange and white cat that visited us! Loved that furry dude.
Enchanted glamp site
What a beautiful experience! My husband and I reserved this space for a much needed grownup trip and we had so much fun. The site is beautiful and private, and the sleeping accommodations were a bonus. We are used to primitive camping and it was so relaxing arriving to the tent and amazing extras all set up. We happened to go when it was really cold, yet we were warm all bundled up in front of the fire. The hosts were very kind, checking in on us several times, and to make sure we were cozy enough. We were able to relax and reconnect with each other away from the hustle of our every day lives. 100% recommend. ❤️