The Cabin in Maple View can accommodate up to four people and has a single bedroom as well as a bathroom. The cabin is located approximately a quarter mile from the highway along a long, twisting driveway. It is hidden away in the woods, far from the noise. The Amish log house craftsmanship is evident as soon as you open the cabin. It is surrounded on all sides by 80 acres worth of well-tended woods, and a large backyard. The atmosphere is friendly and the surrounding environment is very inviting. You can call the cabin your home, whether you are visiting for a short time or on a longer vacation. It is beautiful in any season. Maple View Cabin can accommodate 4 guests (6 people with a blow up or cot mattress), and is pet-friendly, provided your pet behaves.
The bedroom has a queen-sized bed and the living room has a log futon. The kitchen includes all the appliances and utensils you would find in a home. Wi-Fi can be found throughout the park with 200 channels, as well as Bluetooth radio. There is also an outdoor firepit and an indoor gymnasium, as well as three miles of trails in the woods. All this while enjoying the peace and quiet that comes with being far from the hustle and bustle. You will have access to the entire vacation property. All they ask is that the property be treated with respect and as if you were its owner. Relaxation is key to a relaxing vacation. Pets can be brought along for a nominal fee per night. The cabin is quiet. Pet owners will love the flexibility of the cabin. It even includes throws for pets to use on the furniture. You can also enjoy the area’s leash-free trails throughout your vacation.
Urbana is Champaign County’s county seat. Urbana offers a wide variety of aviation activities and Ohio history. There are also local shops, restaurants and outdoor adventures. Urbana has a warm, small-town vibe that makes it an ideal place for everyone. Urbana was established in 1805 and named after William Ward. Ward was a frontiersman who was also a partner with Simon Kenton. Urbana saw slow growth until the late 1880s. Three railroads were built that connected Urbana with other Ohio populated regions.
It is worth visiting the Monument Square District. The Monument Square District is located in the heart of Urbana and houses specialty shops, boutiques, and restaurants. The pedestrian-friendly downtown district features wide sidewalks, crosswalks, and free parking. Monument Square District’s specialty shops have unique treasures that will entice shoppers. Many local shops sell clothing, furniture, antiques, and other items. There are also flower and candy shops. Urbana’s many attractions are sure to make you hungry. Urbana is home of delicious, local cuisines.
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