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Top 15 Pet-Friendly Cabins In Ohio – Trips To Discover

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If you are looking to get back to nature and have a unique vacation filled with adventure, renting a cabin is a great way to go while you explore Ohio. Many rental cabins do not allow pets, which can be a problem if you love bringing your furry friend along on your trips. Fortunately, there are some Airbnb and Vrbo cabins that welcome dogs with open arms, just as long as you follow a few important rules.

Here are some examples of pet-friendly cabins in Ohio to inspire your next getaway.

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Furnished with everything you need for you and your pet

The Overlook Cabin, Sugar Grove

For your next vacation getaway, consider this cabin that is also pet-friendly in Ohio. It’s great for couples and has new furniture and appliances, as well as a full-size kitchen, TV, hot tub, fire pit, and picnic table. Guests enjoy the large deck overlooking the stocked pond and go fishing or paddle boating on the water. The cabin is on a heavily wooded, 200-acre lot and has some hiking trails on it. Firewood is available for purchase to use at the fire pit here.

A great location for your Ohio getaway with pets

Newly Built Country Cabin, Guernsey County

Up to eight people can stay at this pet-friendly cabin in southeastern Ohio and enjoy some seclusion in the woods. The 1,600-square-foot cabin has one bedroom and one bathroom on 20 beautiful acres of land. It comes with a full wrap-around porch, fire pit, gas grill, and peaceful places to get outside. Pets are allowed here on a case-by-case basis. If you want to go into town, Cambridge is just 10 minutes away and has antique shops, restaurants, and bakeries. Seneca Lake is just eight minutes away as well if you are craving some boating and beach time.

So much to explore just a short drive away

Cabin Surrounded by Wayne National Forest and the Baileys Trail System, Millfield

Pets are welcome to stay at this 600-square-foot cabin that accommodates six people. It has two bedrooms and a $50 pet fee. The cozy cabin has a kitchenette, dining area, wood-burning stove, and view that overlooks the hills. You can enjoy a campfire outside just off the front deck and soak up the peacefulness and seclusion. The cabin has a compost toilet and a water cooler with hot water, but it does not have a full bathroom or running water. So, come here prepared for an authentic cabin experience! You’ll love being surrounded by the national forest and trail system for easy access to nature while staying here.

Lovely Two-Bedroom Cabin at Indian Bear Lodge Resort

Lovely Two-Bedroom Cabin at Indian Bear Lodge Resort, Walhonding

With 1,100 square feet of space, this cabin rental has two bedrooms and one bathroom to accommodate up to six people. The cabin is at the Indian Bear Lodge, a 200-acre private resort, and offers queen-size beds, a hot tub, a full kitchen, fireplace, satellite TV, and a large yard with a picnic area and fire pit. When you stay here, you can use the paddle boats and canoes at the resort’s lake. The pet fee is $25 if you want to bring your dog along.

Idyll Reserve 4, The Hillside Cabin

Idyll Reserve 4, The Hillside Cabin, South Bloomingville

For your next Hocking Hills-area vacation, consider this collection of five vacation rental cabins on a beautiful private property. Each of the cabins has its own unique character, plus hiking trails, treetop views, and caves. This cabin sleeps four people and has one bedroom and one bathroom, as well as a hot tub, fireplace, chef’s kitchen, and fire pit. It’s a pet-friendly cabin that welcomes well-behaved dogs. It’s also a child-friendly cabin that comes with a travel crib with bedding, a high chair, and children’s dishes and utensils if you need them. Guests love the easy access to miles of groomed hiking trails from here and also modern features, such as Netflix and HBO.

Experience the hills of lower Appalachia

Valley View Cabin Bordering Salt Fork State Park, Kimbolton

Here’s a Vrbo cabin rental that is 800 square feet in size and sleeps four people. It’s a pet-friendly cabin that charges a $40 pet fee. This lower Appalachia cabin is on a country dirt road that borders a state park and comes with all the comforts of home. You’ll see no neighbors around you when you sit on the relaxing front porch or unwind around the campfire. There are 20,000 acres of parkland to explore right behind the cabin, while the lake is just a short drive away. The cabin does not offer Wi-Fi but Verizon cell phone service is decent.

Connect with nature in this serene space

The Craft House, Berne

The Craft House is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin that welcomes pets and up to four people. The pet fee here is $30. You’ll be in the woods and have 350 acres of land to explore nature here. It’s a quiet and serene spot with a full country kitchen, fireplace with firewood stockpile, wrap-around deck, and lower deck with tables. There’s a spiral staircase inside that leads to the upstairs loft and also a gas grill and fire pit that guests can use. The rental cabin is next to the Geneva Lodge, which houses up to 72 people. There is a seasonal pool that is open by reservation in the summer.

Luxurious and in a peaceful setting

Cozy Vacation Getaway and Hunter’s Paradise, Marion Township

For your next cabin getaway for up to six people, there’s the option of this Vrbo rental that welcomes pets when you pay a $40 fee per stay, per pet. The cabin is a great spot to enjoy some peace and quiet in a secluded cove. The hosts live on the same property, but you’ll still have plenty of privacy. Known as Antler Ridge Cabin, this rental comes with a smart TV, DVD player, and free Wi-Fi. Meanwhile, the kitchen is equipped with everything you need to make meals, including a crockpot, drip coffee maker, fridge, stove, oven, and microwave.

Breathe in the fresh country air here

Secluded Country Cabin – Black Creek Retreat, Richland Township

Bring your pet along to this cabin that has one bedroom and one bathroom to accommodate six guests. It is on 36 acres of land and borders the Holmes County Rails to Trails. Fun features of this cabin include the porch swing, spring-fed pond, and fire pit. The interior of the cabin comes with everything you need to be comfortable, although the cabin does not have Wi-Fi, and cell phone coverage is spotty. However, you’ll have puzzles, games, and Nintendo Switch to keep you entertained with your pet by your side.

A space for peace, quiet, and reflection

Private Cabin on 80-Acre Farm, Adams County

Three people can stay here and bring a pet for a $50 fee when they stay at this Vrbo cabin. The cabin has one bedroom and one bathroom in a cozy, Amish-built space that looks out over 80 acres of forests and fields. There are walking trails to get outside and also a back deck to watch the sunsets. With this rental, you’ll get a kitchen, propane grill, and loft bedroom that overlooks the living room. You’ll have plenty of privacy here but know that the owner lives on the property if you need anything. Also, it’s a quiet and peaceful spot that is close to the Rocky Fort State Park and Adams Lake State Park.

Cozy Cabin with Hot Tub

Cozy Cabin with Hot Tub, Lexington

Four travelers can book this Airbnb cabin that’s on 15 acres of land with a hot tub, fire pit, and trails. It’s a pet-friendly cabin when you pay a $25 pet fee. You’ll also need to keep dogs off the furniture and crate them when you are not at the property. Meanwhile, you can rent a pontoon boat just five minutes away. The cabin has one bedroom and one bathroom, as well as a relaxing front porch, and plenty of peace and quiet. If you have a larger group, you can even bring tents for camping with the host’s approval. The cabin is secluded from the road, but the owners live across the street if you need anything.

Hickory Creek Lodge

Hickory Creek Lodge, Urbana

Larger groups of up to 10 people can book this pet-friendly Airbnb and enjoy a cabin with three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. This Amish-crafted log cabin welcomes pets on a case-by-case basis and with a $10 cleaning fee per dog. With this rental, you’ll have an open layout kitchen, an archery range, an outdoor rain shower, and an outdoor stone fireplace on the large wrap-around deck. The Airbnb host offers massages if you book a session in advance, as well as wine onsite for purchase. Guests can use the laundry room and access the nearest town of Urbana within about 12 minutes.

Surrounded by acres of scenic woods

Cabin by Mohican River and Mohican State Park, Ashland County

Seven people can stay at this pet-friendly cabin that is surrounded by woods and a few minutes from the state park. The pet fee at this Vrbo cabin is $20. Guests enjoy having coffee on the front porch and watching the birds and wildlife that come to the feeders. There’s a campfire to gather around and create memories with your family. It is recommended to have a 4WD vehicle in case of mud or snow to get up the driveway and access the cabin.

Such a fun place to be out in the country

Cozy, Pet-Friendly Cabin Near Wine Trails, Coshocton County

This Vrbo vacation rental host allows pets at the cabin, which is 960 square feet in size and sleeps seven people. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as a couch in the living room and a kitchen with a table for four people. There is plenty of parking outside for cars, a laundry room, and a newly built 16-foot by 36-foot patio for your outside enjoyment. The cabin is surrounded by beautiful country scenery and down a gravel road. Nearby Ohio towns are Dresden, Coshocton, Zanesville, Newark, and Mount Vernon.

Pet-Friendly Lake Front Paradise

Pet-Friendly Lake Front Paradise, Celina

When you’re craving a lake vacation, this four-person cabin is a great option and welcomes pets too. There is just a $25, one-time charge to bring your pet. This is a remodeled space where you can walk right out the front door to restaurants, bars, trails, a ballpark, and a lighthouse. You can even see fireworks from the front of the cottage during festival days. There’s a boat dock in front of the home if you’d like to bring your boat along too. Other perks of staying here are high-speed internet, cable TV, and a newly remodeled kitchen.

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