Community - Hotels & Lodging


Burr Oak Lodge & Conference Center
10660 Burr Oak Lodge Rd.
Glouster, OH 45732
Phone: 740-767-2112
Fax: 740-767-2138

Burr Oak State Park offers a wide array of overnight accommodations with its lodge, cabins and campground. Burr Oak Lodge, overlooking the lake from the east, offers sixty guest rooms, five meeting rooms, a dining room, full-service lounge and a gift shop as well.

In addition, the park features thirty family cabins designed to sleep six individuals comfortably with kitchen and shower facilities. Facilities for lodge and cabin guests include a swimming beach, tennis courts, playground equipment, boat launch ramp and an indoor swimming pool.

Cabin in the Woods
4251 N. Dugan Rd.
McConnelsville, OH 43756
Office: 740-962-6589
Cell: 740-517-5873

Explore the creek, woods and nature trail, fish in our pond, stocked with bass & bluegill, or feed the fish in our goldfish pond. Call to reserve some relaxation!

Private and Public Yoga Classes

Rim of the World Cabin
8132 Miller Rd.
Malta, OH 43758
Phone: 740-591-6312
Cell: 740-962-3048

Escape to the heart of Southeastern Ohio in the Ohio outback. Experience life in the country in our fully equipped family friendly getaway cabin. From the back porch or hot tub, enjoy the sites and sounds of the country. Plan family time boating, fishing, swimming or hiking at Burr Oak State Park, our cabin offers your family many different experiences in Ohio’s rustic and rural outback.

Stockport Mill & Inn
1995 Broadway St.
Stockport, OH 43787
Phone: 740-559-2822

Built in 1906, it is the last mill remaining on the Muskingum River. The fully renovated Mill opened in 2000 as a country inn and restaurant with beautiful views of the river.

Three Sisters Sunset Inn
3840 N. St. Rt. 60
McConnelsville, Ohio 43756
Phone: 740-962-3141

The Three Sisters Sunset Inn is a privately owned hotel located in McConnelsville. Each of our 12 rooms has a private bath, cable TV, high-speed internet access, telephone and small refrigerator.

The Inn overlooks the Muskingum River, and is surrounded by 55,000 acres of public lands for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking or just observing the abundant wildlife in the area. Stroll the tree lined streets, shop and have lunch. Pursue your history in the genealogy department at the Kate Love Simpson Library. Take in a film or the Ohio Valley Opry at the historic Twin City Opera House.