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HomeGrown HideAways Abi's Arboreal Abode & Hammock Haven

 HomeGrown HideAways

HomeGrown HideAways

This is a prime example of Kentucky beauty. I’ve seen it during beautiful sunny weather and during a thunderstorm- they both took my breath away.
— Erin Hopkins

You can spend a weekend in our Treehouse Yurt, experience comfort and seclusion in our Yome Away From Home, get back to the land in the Grand Tipi, park your RV, pitch your tent, or hang your hammock. We are also available for your wedding, retreat, reunion, fundraiser, or festival. 

There's a 1.5 mile hiking trail that loops the property, along with a variety of smaller off-shoot trails, where you'll see all types of flora and fauna native to the Appalachian region. We collect even more food from the forest, including walnuts, pecans, paw-paws, mulberries, huckleberries, blackberries, and an array of wild edibles including chanterelle mushrooms as well as golden oyster and shiitake mushrooms from our inoculated logs. 


Lodging Opportunities

HomeGrown HideAways is pleased to offer year-round camping for backpackers, cyclists, RVs, and tents (sorry - NO PETS!). Due to festivals and other events, reservations are required to guarantee your spot.

Abi's Arboreal Abode & Hammock Haven (AAAHH...)
This sweet, little high-rise is a 15' yurt nestled like a bird-nest 10' off the ground in a grove of walnut trees. Dedicated to the memory of our forest-dwelling friend, Abigail Dietz, this cozy shelter lets you spend some time with your head in the clouds and commune with her light-hearted and spunky spirit. Want to feel a bit more grounded? Slip below-deck and rock your cares away in one of the shaded hammocks swinging underneath next to the creek. Sleeps up to 4. When you stay in the treehouse, 10% of the proceeds go to Partnering with Abi.

Yome Away from Home
This secluded retreat (created by the good folks at Red Sky Shelters in North Carolina), is tucked back in its own, forested holler and blends the best features of a yurt and a geodesic dome.

The 18' diameter shelter sleeps up to 6 and features reclaimed wood floors from the Berea College gym, a small woodstove, a massive deck, and plans are the works to add a sauna for the perfect winter getaway.

RV Hook-Ups
Even though there are enough hook-ups for 32 RVs, we limit the number to 12 at a time so folks can have a little more room to breathe.

We have city water and 50-amp service, but no dump station. Please be advised that excessive rain may cause your RV to get stuck in the mud so be prepared!