We have a 200 sq. ft. shed that we will be converting into a cabin... someday:) It has a greenhouse room and loft for additional sleeping space or storage. Parking is right next to the shed. It is immediately connected to parking and a small playground for children to enjoy. When visiting, you'll enjoya picnic table, 2 person swing, firepits, chickens, and occasional children.
We have a 200 sq. ft. shed that we will be converting into a cabin... someday:) It has a greenhouse room and loft for additional sleeping space or storage. Parking is right next to the shed. It is immediately connected to parking and a small playground for children to enjoy. When visiting, you'll enjoy a picnic table, 2 person swing, firepits, chickens, and occasional children. Our property is about 4 acres, and mostly wooded. Beware of mosquitos and ticks.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We live .7 miles from Kitty Todd Nature Preserve and 2.5 miles from Irwin Prairie.
Lots of migratory birds stop here.
Natural features you'll find at Sunshine Shed in Ohio.
Prairie, meadow, or plain
Kitty Todd and Irwin Prairie are right around the corner.
The vibe at Sunshine Shed
Places to see near Scott D.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
I believe I was the first Hip-Camper to stay at this location. According to my host, they are going to fix up their little cabin to be a sweet little doll-house and I have no doubt they will. As of this writing, though, the cabin was newly erected and just a shell of unfinished wood. There is a small table and two chairs inside, but nothing else.
For me, it was more than enough, as I typically just pitch my small tent on a piece of dirt, so this was a nice option for me. I just put my mattress and sleeping bag on the floor and had a clean bug-free place to stay for the night. Early in the morning, it pounded rain for about two hours, so it was nice not to have to pack up a wet tent.
Now I typically wouldn't "camp" in the suburbs of Toledo Ohio, but I was traveling through by motorcycle and that's where I needed to be, so I did not expect this would be a serene setting. However, I soon realized the location was only blocks away from a busy rail line and very long freight trains pass through almost continuously. The trains passed by, one after another, sounding their whistle at each intersection they passed through. For me this meant a sleepless night in anxious anticipation of the next train.
For those of you who can sleep through anything, this is a perfect place to crash for the night after a long day on the road. However, if you're a light sleeper, like I am, I would not recommend this location as your rest stop.