Escape to a snug one room cabin 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 on the porch in a hammock and read from "Letters From Sawdust" by Isabell K
Escape to a snug one room cabin 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 on the porch in a hammock and read from "Letters From Sawdust" by Isabell Klein; a book written about these woods from a column in the Cleveland Natural History's Explorer Magazine. Or hike in the woods around the cabin; the creek is a short walk down the hill. Enjoy a fire in the fire pit with wine from one of the local wineries. Inside, there is an air bed on a bed frame with a memory foam topper, with extra blankets, pillows and during colder weather a down alterintive comforter. Gym mat or hammocks are available for two additional people, bring your own sleeping bags. Also a cast iron cook stove, counter, cabinets with cooking utensils, propane Colman camp stove, blue flame propane heater and if needed a cooler. We provide drinking and wash water. Padded bench, chair, stool, two folding tables and two folding chairs with more pillows. We have a collection of books for all ages and interests along with games as well as art supplies and toys. Outside a cafe table with chairs and hammock hooks on the covered porch, fire pit, picnic bench, and an Amish out-house. During temperatures above 40 an outdoor propane heated shower is located at the back of the cabin. Inside and outside solar lights with USB charging. Firewood and fire starting materials. Cabin fits 4 guests snugly with plenty of room outside to to set up your own camping gear for 4 additional guests. We love to meet our guests whenever possible. Gated private gravel drive off main road just south of the listing address. Pull right up to the cabin or park in the clearing. Cabin has lock box for easy guest check in. The cabin is set back from the gravel road about 1/4 mile and a 5 min walk from our house. Pond by the house is available for boating. Nearest neighbors are on the other side of our house about 1/4 mile and about a mile the other direction. We have some new neighbors building a house across the street also set back from the road in the woods. Short drive to Thompson Ledges for some great rock formations, Thompson Speed Way; Geneva is 15 min, Geneva-on-the-Lake is 25 min. Closest wineries are Debonne and Grand River and many others at about 3.5 miles. Also a dinner on Thompson Square near the Ledges called Stockers on the Park (cash only). Take it a step further for a worry-free stay and check out Grateful Kitchen Provisions online for delivered prepped camp meals.
- 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: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Catch and release and stay on the far side of the pond away from the house. You may fish from the dam but please do not pass th...Read more
The pond is 2.5. We have boats upon request.
The forest is home to 10 rare species of birds; including cerulean warblers.
Natural features you'll find at Moonshine Cabin at Sawdust Preserve in Ohio.
Sawdust Woods from the "Letters from Sawdust" book. Larger acreage surrounding us is Sawdust Preserve owned by the Natural Hist...Read more
Lake Eire is 25 minutes away. Beach at Madison or Geneva-on-the-Lake resort town.
River, stream or creek
Creek is short walk down the hill, called Moonshine Gulch home to red-sided dace and salamanders.
We would not recommend the pond but if you go down the hill to the creek. Take a left after the 3rd fallen tree there is a deep...Read more
Our house is opposite the pond. Starting to establish a farm after renovations.
Cabin has its own drive from the road separate from the listing address. Can be muddy after a good rain.
The vibe at Moonshine Cabin at Sawdust Preserve
Places to see near Sawdust FarmCamp
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Adrienne and Morgan's cabin is wonderful. They have thoughtfully considered every detail. The hammock hooks in the cabin were so fun. The property is absolutely gorgeous and a very special place. Tons of rare plants and a wonderful trail that leads right down to the creek. The cabin is secluded and private. I also appreciated their use of natural cleaners and essential oil blends to deter bugs in the outhouse. We will definitely be back!
The location was fantastic, very private on 500 acres and the cabin was clean and big enough for four people. They provided us with firewood and greeted us as well provided us with hiking information and suggested trails.
The Rustic Moonshine Cabin was absolutely idyllic! Set deep back in the woods, it is very private and serene, and the perfect place to get away. We were fortunate enough to take advantage of the “glamping package” and had everything we needed. The cabin was quaint and clean, and had lots of windows to keep it cool in the summer. The wood stove would be perfect for an autumn or winter adventure. The property is beautiful and has trails for hiking and exploring. There is also a short walk to the creek and our dog loved it, too. We look forward to making another trip soon.
This was a wonderful camp with wonderful hosts. A relaxing home away from home. Adrienne and Morgan go above and beyond to make sure you have anything and everything you could need and were great at educating me about the environment. Thank you for the wonderful weekend!
Beautiful secluded cabin
Wonderful hosts and a beautiful secluded cabin with everything you could need. Pet friendly and super cozy. Short hike to the creek, had fun looking through the rocks for fossils. We will definitely be staying here again, thank you again!