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Sleep in vintage train cars at this new Hocking Hills getaway

Sleep in vintage train cars at this new Hocking Hills getaway

Jack McLaughlin

What’s better than taking a vacation set against a beautiful Hocking Hills woodland? How about doing so while sleeping inside a number of refurbished vintage train cars?

Hideaway on the Hocking, a new Hocking Hills-area vacation destination, plans to open this summer, although an exact opening date hasn’t been announced yet.

You can see more of the cabins, and get a glimpse inside, here.

The unique new getaway will feature a handful of 1890s train cars that have been converted into chic new, rentable cabins. A number of traditional cabins are also available.


As its name implies, Hideaway on the Hocking is located on a wooded, 2,500-acre plot of land on the Hocking River. Known as the Hayes Family Farm, the land has been in the Hayes family (the owners of the new vacation spot) for seven generations.

In addition to cabins and converted train cars, the new destination also offers pick-your-own corn, pumpkins and sunflowers, in addition to hiking trails.

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