Disclosure: Our family was provided a complimentary stay at The Mohicans Treehouse. I was not required to express a particular point of view, and all opinions are my own.
Our treehouse for our two-day stay was the White Oak Treehouse. In fact, this was first treehouse Pete designed. Cool, right? After getting lost (seriously print out those directions!) we proceeded to our own parking spot located by the wedding venue. After parking, we walked the rocky path to the treehouse.
One with the trees
Once the kids saw the treehouse up the path, they couldn’t help but run to it. It was absolutely gorgeous! Unlike our first treehouse stay, there were no stairs to climb to reach the main level. All we had to do was cross the bridge to reach the treehouse. We immediately fell in love with it!
Inside the White Oak Treehouse at The Mohicans
Once we stepped inside, we instantly felt at home. It was so cozy and clean with everything we needed. With a mini fridge, microwave (for popcorn, of course), and a gas 2 burner stove we were able to cook breakfasts and dinner. The L-shaped couch in the sitting area was so inviting and one of the best spots to hang out and watch a DVD or read a book.
The first floor contained the main bedroom with a comfy queen bed.
The kids were obsessed with their room in the loft. Partly because it was an adventure to get to it – by ladder only! Once settled, they spent alot of time in the two twin bedroom loft.
Relaxing at the treehouse
The best part about the treehouse is the chance to unwind and relax. Staying at the White Oak Treehouse made it so easy to do that. During the mornings, the sing song of birds provided our wake up call. Our sunrise view over the Mohican Valley was nothing short of breathtaking especially when enjoyed on the 3-sided porch with coffee in hand. And hey, I even spotted a deer rustling below.
Evenings called for wine and grilled food. (Make sure to bring charcoal!) Want S’mores? The treehouse comes with a fire pit but make sure to buy firewood down the street. Of course we forgot so we resorted to making s’mores with the charcoal grill.
Final thoughts about staying at White Oak at The Mohicans
Wow, just wow. Even though this was our second visit, staying at The Mohicans is always nothing short of magical. Definitely add this to your bucket list!
Tips to enjoy your stay at The Mohicans
- Directions are emailed to you ahead of your visit. Make sure to print it and follow directions!
- Grab all your food and necessities before arriving at the treehouse. Trust me, you’ll want to spend as much time as you can at the treehouse. The closest grocery store Stake’s IGA is about 15 minutes away in Loudonville. A great spot to grab the necessities and drinks.
- Towels, linens, coffee, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash are provided.
- Pack light! There is a short walk to the treehouse on a rocky path.
- No internet or wifi. We were quite lucky this time around and did have some cell reception. (We have Verizon.)
There is no office on-site and therefore no formal check-in.
- While you’re here, enjoy the area. We had so much fun exploring and eating our way through Amish Country. We had tons of fun exploring the many hiking trails at Mohican State Park. (Stay tuned for more fun!) Plenty of other activities for families to enjoy while in the area including ziplining atTree Frog Canopy Tours; horseback riding, swimming, fishing, or canoeing at Loudonville, the “canoe capital of Ohio.”
Location: 22650 Vess Rd.(Township Road 357) Glenmont, Ohio 44628
Check-in and Check-out: 4 p.m. and 11 a.m.