Update: This Might be the Most Awesome Ohio Getaway Destination Ever




UPDATE: This could be the best news you hear all day.

The folks at Mohican State Park recently told Scene that they are now taking reservations for overnight rentals of their state-of-the-art treehouses.

Treehouse designer Kevin Mooney said that the units will be ready for occupancy by mid-September.

Until then, treehouse hopefuls can start planning their mini-vacays and continue swooning over these stunning photos of Mooney's architectural masterpieces.


Your childhood dream of living in a treehouse is about to come true- at least, your dream of staying in one will.

Clevelanders (or anyone for that matter) looking to escape from the daily grind and slip quietly into the woods will soon be able to rent out state-of-the-art treehouses at Mohican State Park in Glenmont, OH.

Each two-story unit is equipped with two bedrooms, a stocked kitchen, a full bath, Amish-made furniture, central air, satellite TV, and, oh, a killer back porch view.

The treehouses, which were recently featured on the Animal Planet series "Treehouse Masters," will hopefully be available for summer renting, treehouse designer Kevin Mooney told Cleveland.com.

He said he is just waiting on government approval for occupancy and that the estimated cost for renting a unit would fall between $150 and $250 per night.

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