Eagle Wings Lodge is a beautiful sprawling 8 bedroom log home in Hocking Hills situated on 14 acres surrounded by lush forest located just 48 miles south east of Columbus. You can enjoy magnificent views from the wrap around covered porches while sitting by the extra wide outdoor fire place or enjoying a meal while overlooking the spring fed lake and waterfall as you connect with family and friends. Enjoy a relaxing evening roasting marshmallows around the firepit and swapping stories together under the stars, or unwind in the 8 person hot tub after a long day of hiking in the many nearby state parks. Whatever you choose to do, you will never forget your time spent together at Eagle Wings Lodge. Contact us today about rates and availability, and be sure to follow us on social media for the most up to date info on how to snag any giveaways and deals offered exclusively to our followers.
The Perfect getaway for families and friends
If you are looking for a site for you next family reunion or gathering of friends, this is a place to make memories. We have tried to think of everything for your group and what we don’t have the Hocking Hills Tourism Association can probably help you find. Whether it is birding, caving, canoeing, horseback riding, four wheeling, zip line tours, hiking, biking, dining out, shopping, hunting, fishing, spa treatments, visiting chef or caterer, there’s more just check it out at .
The Story Behind Eagle Wings Lodge
Eagle Wings Lodge, an all log vacation home rental, was built by The Jubach Company on a 14 acre plot of land in Rockbridge, Ohio. Ohio’s Hocking Hills had long had a place in the hearts of owners Cathy and Tom Lewis.
Excerpt from Log Cabin Homes Magazine
‘The Columbus couple had been retreating with their four children to the wilderness an hour from their home for years, camping at state parks or renting log cabins. “We discovered that when we were on vacation we connected to our kids far better than when we were at home,” explains Tom. But the kids were getting older and the Lewises’—now empty nesters—craved a more permanent base for that connection. Figuring out what sort of home they wanted was a cinch. They’d long dreamed of a roomy log cabin -- Colorado style lodge—on the side of hill overlooking a lake with a plenty of land for horses...’