Expanding Mohican Treehouse Resort offers unique overnights in the treetops

El Castillo, one of nine treehouses that make up the Mohicans Treehouse Resort and Wedding Venue near Loudonville, Ohio. El Castillo, one of nine treehouses that make up the Mohicans Treehouse Resort and Wedding Venue near Loudonville, Ohio.

GLENMONT, Ohio — A bride once asked Kevin Mooney if he was playing music as they toured his property. “No,” he said, “that’s the birds singing.”

It’s a familiar sound in the treetops south of Loudonville, where Mooney has built a collection of extraordinary overnight accommodations.

There’s the View, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, offering unobstructed scenes of the forest; Old Pine, a two-story perch constructed out of 100-year-old barn siding; and the Tin Shed, which requires guests to bounce across a 100-foot extension bridge to enter.

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Written by Susan Glaser.

Originally published April 26, 2020.

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