A 2018 Ohio Travel Leadership Academy graduate, Certified Travel Ambassador, published author, and founder of the "Day Trips in Ohio" private Facebook group, Tonya is a former full-time RVer and aspiring van camper who balances her time between traveling with her husband's job, cherishing moments with her grandkids, and plotting her next road trip.
Why stay in the same old hotel when you can stay in a family-friendly caboose or yurt built for two? Check out these unique places to stay in Ohio!
Does the warmer weather have you itching to get outdoors and explore all that the Buckeye State has to offer? We have our share of things to see in Ohio that are pretty quirky, but the fun doesn’t stop there.
Did you know Ohio also has treehouses, train cars and castles you can sleep in? And that’s just a start! More unique properties are popping up throughout the state every day!
With so many options, why not step away from the ordinary, skip the average hotel room and plan some fun overnights in one of these unique attractions in Ohio?
You’ll find adult-only options for a romantic night away from the kids and several selections that are family-friendly and ideal for making memories together that will last a lifetime.
None of the properties below require a ton of preparation. Make your reservation, pack your bags and depending on which option you choose, you may want to hit up the grocery store and either pick up a bottle of your favorite bubbly or ingredients for S’mores and some bug spray. That’s it. We’re fans of simplicity around here.
Take a look at these seven places to stay and let us know which ones is at the top of your bucket list.
7 Unique Places to Stay in Ohio
Ohio has no shortage of unique places to stay during your next getaway. Whether you opt to spend the night with the kids in the family-friendly caboose or plan a romantic Scottish-themed weekend in a croft built for two, we're confident you'll find someplace fun to rest your head and get a good night's sleep.
Lustron homes were once the home of the future but you'll find very few have survived or have been kept close to their original condition. This home near Dayton that welcomes overnight guests is a rare find.
This secluded adults-only property offers several lodging options. From cute crofts, to cabins to rooms and suites in the manor and carriage house, you'll be transported to the Scottish Highlands right here in Hocking Hills.
Cute, comfortable and ideally located in downtown Sandusky, the Sky Loft Condo not only comes with views of Sandusky Bay and Cedar Point, it also has views of a 32-foot climbing fall that runs through the condo. Stay inside or venture into the Paddle & Climb store beneath the condo to play.
Have you stayed at any of the properties on our list? Have you stayed somewhere else that you thought was really memorable and unique in Ohio? Where was it and what did you love? Leave us a comment below and share your experience.
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