Jellystone Park

Unique Lodging

in the Laurel Highlands

If you are looking for a unique place to rest your head, the lodging options in the Laurel Highlands are just as varied as the attractions that bring visitors back year after year.

The possibilities are endless, from the perfect spot to pitch a tent to the swankiest of luxury resorts – and everything in between. – Whatever constitutes your dream getaway, you’ll likely find it here in the Laurel Highlands.

OHIOPYLE TREEHOUSE – Is there anything more whimsical than staying in a treehouse? This luxury treehouse in Ohiopyle is the grown-up fulfillment of a childhood dream. The two-bedroom house sleeps six and includes a two-story great room as well as sweeping views from the large deck. One perk over traditional treehouses – this house is completely ADA accessible.
Ohiopyle Luxury Treehouse

LITTLE EVENTYR TINY HOUSE – Get in on the tiny house trend by staying at this 160-square foot home fully equipped with attention to every last detail. This spot sleeps up to four people, though the loft is best for kids and smaller adults. The campground where Little Eventyr is located boasts a pool, mini golf, clubhouse, and more to entertain guests during their stay.

YURTS AT BENNER’S MEADOW RUN – What’s a yurt? It’s essentially a round, standing-height tent with tons of space to spread out. The yurt has been used by different cultures for generations because of its functionality. At Benner’s Meadow Run, there’s also a touch of luxury. Yurts sleep four guests on a queen and twin bunks.
Yurt at Benner's

CONESTOGA WAGON LODGE AT YOGI BEAR’S JELLYSTONE PARK MILL RUN - This kitschy spot is perfect for parents who remember playing The Oregon Trail and kids who have no clue what that is. The covered wagon – which is thankfully stationary – sleeps six people in one queen bed and two twin bunks. Guests at the wagons have full use of everything Jellystone has to offer, from water slides to snowless snow tubing and more.

OHIOPYLE HOBBIT HOUSE – Transport yourself into a mythical world by crossing the threshold into the Hobbit House, a themed lodging property that is a dream come true for “Lord of The Rings” fans. Nearly everything in the home was custom-built, from the medieval doors with operable speakeasy look-throughs to whiskey barrel cabinets. If you really want to get away from it all, a stay at the Ohiopyle Luxury Treehouse provides the perfect opportunity to do just that. Enjoy the sounds of nature on one of three covered patios or relax in the hot tub after a hike on the property’s mile-long private trail.
Ohiopyle Hobbit House

OAK LODGE – A true bed and breakfast in every sense of the word, guests at Oak Lodge will enjoy fresh breakfasts made on site as well as yoga and spa experiences. The property includes a variety of different lodging options and the café, which serves dinner daily. Don’t forget to take home a jug of their Jimber maple syrup, which they’ve been producing on the property since 1998.

POLYMATH PARK - Polymath Park offers a rare opportunity to fully experience the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, with four homes in one location, all available for overnight lodging. Guests are encouraged to preserve, embrace, and live architecture during their visit. Escape from the fast pace of daily life, take in the architecture and simply return to nature. Your visit will be enhanced by the award-winning TreeTops Restaurant, complete with private dining pods for a treehouse dining experience.
Mäntylä House at Polymath Park

PINE CREEK GLAMPING – Yes, it does say glamping. Yes, it’s in the Laurel Highlands. Step out of the ordinary to a luxurious creekside camping escape quietly nestled on five wooded acres in the Laurel Highlands. All (or most) of the comforts of a luxury suite, enjoy the serenity of nature while remaining close to nearby attractions.

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