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Big Pine

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Completely secluded, without another structure in site, Twin Oak is  tucked in the hills of Athens County bordering Run State Park, yet is less than 15 minutes from Ohio University and Uptown Athens. This two bedroom cabin includes all of the comforts of home plus a hot tub for soaking under the stars.  Stay with us if you are Ohio University parents or alumni, hikers, bikers, hunters, couples, families, or just a traveler passing through– you’ll leave feeling absolutely refreshed.

Twin Oak and Big Pine cabins are identical in accommodation, size, and amenities, and are within walking distance from one another.   The first cabin, Big Pine, has a parking area that is easier for multiple vehicles and those pulling trailers of any kind. It has more yard and a lower back deck than the Twin Oak, making this a great cabin for those with young children.



  • Master suite with queen size bed and bathroom access

  • Second bedroom with full bunk bottom and twin bunk top

  • Full-size sleeper sofa in the living room


  • Furnished kitchen – full-size refrigerator, oven, microwave, toaster, blender, coffeemaker, dishes and utensils

  • Full bathroom with hairdryer

  • Satellite TV with DVD player including a variety of movies

  • Bed linens and towels, paper products, ironing board and iron

  • Air conditioning and ceiling fans

  • Gas grill on back deck

  • 5 person hot tub on back deck

  • Front porch with furniture

  • Fire ring with benches; one bundle of firewood provided--additional bundles available for $5 each

  • No wifi; cell service in the area is quite good

 Rental Information:

  • 2 night minimum, Friday & Saturday nights--see our reservation calendar for rates

  • Email or call to ask about our Extended Stay Discount

  • ALL RATES BASED ON FOUR GUESTS – $25 extra per additional guest per night

  • PET FRIENDLY--$25 per pet (see Pet Policy)

  • Full rental payment is due at the time of reservation.

  • 4-Wheel Drive may be required to access our properties during winter months

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