7 Cozy Cabins Near Youngstown, OH

March 19th, 2021 by

Sometimes you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities and get back to nature. Whether you’re planning a mini getaway with your family or want to head off by yourself for rest and relaxation, the area surrounding Youngstown, Ohio, has numerous cozy cabins that can help you get centered. Use this guide to learn about seven cabins you should check out today.

1. The Triangle

Located in West Farmington, this 400-square-foot A-frame cabin is the perfect spot for a weekend away. When you step inside, you immediately notice the cabin’s welcoming atmosphere with its wood-burning stove and exposed beams throughout. It sits on 1 acre of land in a small community in the heart of Amish country, but you will experience plenty of privacy during your stay. The owners encourage you to pick a few of the many wildflowers and berries that grow around the cabin.

You will have access to the entire place except for one upstairs room. The cabin includes one bedroom with a double bed, a second bedroom with two single beds, and a queen bed in the common space. To complete your tranquil stay, The Triangle’s owners even provide yoga mats.

2. Rose Point Park Cabins

Head across the border to New Castle, Pennsylvania and stay at Rose Point Park. It sits along Slippery Rock Creek, which is famous for trout fishing and white-water boating. The full-service campground has a wide variety of amenities, including two playgrounds and a heated pool.

Its luxury log cabins are perfect for families. Each cabin includes a fully furnished living room, kitchen, private bedroom, and a large loft with beds for children. If you’re looking for something a little cozier and more unique, stay at one of Rose Point’s yurts. These geodesic domes have all the comforts of home with a partial kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, and you can enjoy the outdoors with a deck and fire ring.

3. Bear Run Campground

This family-owned campground was established in 1975 and is one of western Pennsylvania’s top choices for vacation destinations. Nestled in Moraine State Park in Portersville, Pennsylvania, Bear Run Campground has more than a dozen primitive and luxury cabins. Many of its cabins are pet-friendly, so you don’t need to leave your beloved animal at home.

If you happen to forget something you need to help you enjoy your stay, stop into the campground’s general store and pick it up. You can also prepare a picnic at the campground’s pavilion and gather at the indoor recreation center. The campground has a variety of activities for you and your family, including wagon rides, horseback riding, hiking, and biking. The beaches and pool are open from May through September.

4. Forever Spring Cabin

Located in historic Middlefield, the Forever Spring Cabin is a brand-new cabin that sits in a quiet wooded setting. Inside the cabin, you’ll find an indoor fireplace, a queen bed located in the loft, and a kitchenette. The cabin sleeps up to four people with the addition of a sleeper sofa downstairs that opens to a full-size bed. Listen to the peaceful sounds of nature from the comforts of the cabin’s porch. You can also enjoy a variety of games, books, puzzles, and DVDs.

Before you head off to bed, unwind in the whirlpool for two. Once you rise, enjoy a continental breakfast which includes an assortment of beverages, cereal, and snacks. You’ll even be treated to maple syrup gathered from the local woods. The grounds feature a picnic table, fire ring, BBQ grill, and outdoor glider.

5. Pymatuning State Park Cabins

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As one of the largest state parks in the commonwealth at 16,892 acres, Pymatuning State Park is one of the most visited state parks in Pennsylvania. Located in and around Jamestown, the park has many activities for you to enjoy, such as boating, fishing, and swimming, so it makes perfect sense to rent a cabin and stay for a few days. The Jamestown Campground sits on the south shore of the park, while the Linesville Campground is on the north shore of the park.

The Jamestown Campground has 20 modern cabins available for year-round use. All cabins have two to three bedrooms along with bunk beds. Dogs are permitted in two of the cabins. Choose among five cabins at the Linesville Campground, which are open from mid-April through October. Dogs are allowed in all five cabins there.

6. Bridgehouse

This rustic cabin is in New Wilmington in western Pennsylvania, and it sits directly over McClure creek. During your getaway here, you can listen to the relaxing sounds of the water flowing over the rocks. You can also view the creek from every window in the cabin’s main area. The deck overlooks the stream, and if you’re up for some adventure, you can take the half-mile nature trail directly adjacent to the property. It’s a short walk to the borough of Little Wilmington. You can even gaze at the 6-foot working waterwheel or explore the on-site chapel.

7. Conneaut Lake Park Cabins

Just a short walk to Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, these rustic cabins are located on the former site of Fairyland Forest across from the park on Route 618. The cabins are available to rent daily or weekly, and you have access to laundry facilities, a kitchen, and several beds. Stop in at the park’s store to purchase some food and take the children to the nearby playground to burn off some energy.

A perk of staying at these cabins is that you will enjoy all the perks that Conneaut Lake Park has to offer, including the beach and its public boat launch. You can also visit the Midway and all its classic rides. One of the rides is the Blue Streak wooden roller coaster, which was built in 1937 and is the 17th oldest wooden roller coaster in the country.

These are our picks for the coziest and most unique cabins that you can stay at near Youngstown. Did we miss one of your favorites? If so, reach out to us at Sweeney Cars and let us know where you like to stay. We will make sure to add it to our list.