Hocking Hills has many state run cabins. These typically are $ 95 a night plus tax. They can sleep up to 6 people. The two bedrooms bath and living room kitchen area are nice, a bit 1970ish, but nice. There is also a screened in porch too. Between cabins 11 and 12 there is a fire ring and a pay phone. (Cells do not work in them there hills) Many trips to these cabins have happened over the years. The website says this about the cabins. One thing they do not say is there that the lodge is usually locked all winter. So no in park state restaurant.
 40 gas-heated, air-conditioned, family housekeeping cottages sleep up to six persons
 Each cottage has two bedrooms (one twin bed, one with two singles)
 Living room
 Bath with a shower
 Gas-burning fireplace
 Complete kitchen including microwave (pots, pans, cups, etc)
 Dining area
 Screened porch
 Free access to the swimming pool near the dining lodge for registered guests (right in Feb uh huh)

This might be the most cost conscious option and provide privacy and enough room in the kitchen living room area for people to gather to talk too. You have a real kitchen to prepare meals, coffee etc in, so that can save a lot.

http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/par...3/Default.aspx

I’d suggest if we choose this option that we pair up, or get your own cabin but we stick together and reserve each one ourselves by phone.

Lee