Introducing Cabin #8 – Evergreen Cabin

Well, we were perfectly content–and busy–with 7 cabins, so what did we do? Added cabin #8. Actually, our latest addition is part of a bigger100_1927 plan that will unveil itself in due time. For the time being, though, we’ll be offering 8 cabins. Evergreen Cabin was previously a vacation rental managed by another cabin company. The owners were relocating and needed to sell, so that’s how we ended up with it.

Evergreen is a quality built 2 bedroom, 2 bath log cabin and sits in a beautiful grove of mature pine trees. Some of the cabin’s highlights include a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, floor to ceiling stone fireplace with a gas log insert, large windows for lots of light, large porches and a prime location convenient to all area parks and attractions. Rock House is only 1.5 miles away. After taking ownership, we installed some new flooring, painted all non-log interior walls and outfitted the cabin with new log furniture. It’s a super warm and cozy cabin, and we’re not just saying that because we own it–it really is! Additional details, pics and videos can be viewed on our main web site at http://www.naturespointe.com/evinfopics.html.

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Support the Hocking Hills

We have guest journals in all of our cabins for our guests to tell us about their stays. Almost everyone writes about a favorite hike at Hocking Hills State Park or how beautiful the park is. I thought it might be a good idea to pass along some information about becoming a “Friend” and how you can assist Ohio State Parks in preserving for future generations the truly unique natural attributes found in Hocking Hills State Park.

Your membership in Friends of the Hocking Hills State Park will: preserve and protect the natural beauty of Hocking Hills State Park, promote and support educational projects within the park, increase public awareness of Hocking Hills State Park and fund projects like a new astronomy education center, wildlife viewing blinds and trail updates/improvements.

In this era of dwindling state funding, the role of organizations like the “Friends” has never been so important. Membership starts as low as $25 and the next time you visit the park you can take pride in knowing you are helping to preserve this truly spectacular place.