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Top-rated cabins in Logan

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Cabin in Rockbridge
Modern Cabin w/ Trail to Waterfall/Cave/Cliff (FV)
Fern Valley at Happy Pinecone, an outdoor enthusiast retreat. This cozy cabin is situated next to a scenic valley filled with ferns, a trail to a waterfall, cave and cliff, and many other property features. Take in the surrounding beauty while relaxing in the hot tub, sitting on the front porch or enjoying the firepit. Inside our modern, freshly updated cabin we have memory foam queen beds, rainfall shower and a fireplace to complete the ambiance. The kitchen is fully stocked along with a grill.
$219 per night
Cabin in Logan
Lovebirds Landing
Lovebirds Landing is our bird-themed log cabin which is practically an open-air aviary of native birds from the Hocking Hills area! The cabin is perched high atop a hill with a beautiful backdrop of clear-cut rolling hills, fields, trees and other foliage. This cabin is sure to be a favorite for all bird and nature lovers alike. You’ll love the extra space provided by the open floor plan of this beautiful Hocking Hills log cabin. There is an additional outdoor living space provided by the larg
$169 per night
Cabin in Logan
Log Cabin in the heart of Hocking Hills!
Located in the heart of the Hocking Hills region, 7.1 miles from Old Man's Cave. Drive down a wooded gravel road to this beautiful cabin. It is located on 10 acres, at the top of a hillside. Spacious, cozy, with vaulted ceilings and a double-sided fireplace. Enjoy coffee on the porch while listening to the birds and in the evening take a dip in the hot tub. Fully furnished with anything you may need - such as a big screen TV, propane grill, fire pit, fully stocked kitchen, towels, etc. No Pets.
$192 per night

Stay near Logan's top sights

Photo of Pizza Crossing Logan
Pizza Crossing Logan66 locals recommend
Photo of Millstone Southern Smoked BBQ
Millstone Southern Smoked BBQ94 locals recommend
Photo of Olde Dutch
Olde Dutch33 locals recommend
Photo of Hocking Hills Canoe Livery
Hocking Hills Canoe Livery80 locals recommend
Photo of Hungry Buffalo
Hungry Buffalo47 locals recommend
Photo of Hocking Hills Inn and Coffee Emporium
Hocking Hills Inn and Coffee Emporium29 locals recommend

Vacation rentals in Logan

Cottage in Logan
Meadow Rise Cottage at Hocking Hills
$175 per night
Cabin in Logan
Secluded Mountainside Cabin - Shamrock
$286 per night
Cabin in Rockbridge
Little Leaf Cabin
$170 per night
Cabin in Logan
The Clubhouse Cabin - Hot Tub, Wifi, Pond Views
$179 per night
Cabin in Logan
New 3 Bedroom log cabin in Logan w Hot Tub
$269 per night
Tiny home in Rockbridge
The BoHo Box Hop - Hocking Hills
$375 per night
Shipping container in Logan
Oaklyn ~ Shipping Container with hot tub and more
$225 per night
Chalet in Logan
A-Frame #15 - Hocking Hills
$122 per night
Cabin in Logan
Pinot Cabin 2 - Hocking Hills Cabins & Resort
$233 per night
Cabin in New Plymouth
Cozy cabin with hot tub & firepit
$144 per night
Tiny home in New Plymouth
Nova Cottage Shipping Container Hocking Hills
$203 per night
Cabin in Sugar Grove
Cabin in Sugar Grove
$186 per night

Your guide to Logan

Welcome to Logan

Logan is a peaceful, unassuming city of 7,000 on the banks of Ohio’s Hocking River, about 50 miles southeast of Columbus. It’s the chief city of the Hocking Hills region (and, in fact, the only city in the county). It presides over an area of hardwood forests, rolling hills, and several forested parks. The town was established in 1816, and downtown reflects a late-19th-century commercial prosperity, with a mix of two- and three-story brick buildings of varied architectural styles; just beyond are leafy residential neighborhoods with an assortment of stately white clapboard homes. Among the city’s claims to fame: It’s home to the last manufacturer of washboards in the country, and you can snap a selfie in front of the world’s largest washboard, attached to the wall of the factory building.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Logan?

The sultry months of summer are the most popular time to visit Logan and the surrounding area. In June, July, and August, temperatures can often hover in the 80s Fahrenheit during the day, cooling into the 60s many evenings. The clement weather coincides with festival season, which includes the annual Washboard Fest on Father’s Day weekend, celebrating the nation’s last washboard manufacturer with food, fun events, and a surfeit of clackety music. In the fall, cool, pleasant weather prevails, and Logan tends to be quieter — although notably less quiet on the first weekend in October, when the annual festival of marching bands is held at Logan High School. If you book one of the area’s vacation rentals for winter, expect occasional snowfall and chilly days, with temperatures often hovering around the freezing mark.

What are the top things to do in Logan?

Lake Logan State Park

Just west of town is Lake Logan State Park, built around a 400-acre reservoir created when a dam was built in 1955. The hardwood forest hosts a range of trails for hiking; check out the Pine Vista Trail, which is just over a mile but offers a loop around the top of a nearby hill that is popular with sledders in winter. Across from the trailhead on the lake’s north shore is a 500-foot swimming beach equipped with restrooms, changing rooms, and drinking water.


A dozen miles southeast of Logan is Nelsonville, an historic town of 5,000 with a compact arts district that edges the central square. Spend part of a day walking around the town, then head to the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway for a short and nostalgic train ride. Bring a bike and you can explore along the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway, which runs for 21 miles through scenic terrain.

Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum

This extremely focused museum is essentially a shed next to the Hocking Hills visitor’s center. Within it, you’ll find, well, pencil sharpeners — about 3,400 of them. It’s the sort of roadside attraction that dotted the state highways around the nation once upon a time, but have since folded and faded. The odds are you’ll spend only a few minutes here. The odds are also good you’ll spend a lifetime telling friends you once visited a museum of pencil sharpeners in Ohio.

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