Built in 1811 and restored in 2006, this historic bed & breakfast offers two rooms and one suite with queen beds and a fresh breakfast. Also available for retreats, meetings, conferences, parties, and more! Public hours for tours are usually Saturday & Sunday 1:00_ 5:00 pm unless otherwise posted at the Mill. Private tours are available by appointment.3536 Bryan Park Road, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
An independent country inn hotel, uniquely-designed with a country frontage and perfectly located in the quiet village of Cedarville Ohio - just a quick 10-minute drive from Yellow Springs. A good nightsÍ rest with a touch of history and luxury.
10 S. Main St, Cedarville, OH 45314
Enjoy private accommodations in a beautifully fully furnished 1826 home on a 450 acre farm. The Little Miami Scenic Trail Bike Path bisects the farm so you can use without going onto a road.
Just one "cell" block from downtown and everything Yellow Springs. This historic jailhouse building was built in 1878 and in use as the town jail until 1929. The Union Cottage is just around the corner. A total of four separate units are available in this complex.
111 N Winter Street, Yellow Springs Ohio 45387
A 752-acre park with a remarkable limestone gorge cut by the Little Miami Scenic River only one mile from Yellow Springs. Hiking on nine trails, some wheelchair accessible. Mountain biking on 9.7 miles of trails, rock climbing and rappelling, Fishing with a valid fishing license. Canoe launch on Jacoby Road. Four picnic areas. Shelter house available with reservations. Day-lodge available with reservations. Camping at 10 electric sites and 50 non-electric sites. Reservations (866) 644-6727.
3790 State Route 370, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
A private upstairs apartment one block from downtown, the Little Miami Scenic Trail and Antioch College. Fully furnished one bedroom with a queen bed, living room with a futon, fully furnished kitchen, Cable TV and Central Air.115 E. Davis Street, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A modern perspective on historic lodging in the heart of downtown Yellow Springs, Mills Park Hotel features 28 guest rooms, restaurant and bakery, banquet facilities, fitness center, conference room, and gift shop. The Hotel is modeled after the 19th-century Victorian home of William Mills, a local settler who financed the railroad through Yellow Springs and helped to build the townÍs infrastructure. While not an exact replica, the Hotel evokes much of the architectural style and detail from the three-story home. 321 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Enjoy the beautiful surroundings of this full service inn with 15 lodging rooms; fine dining and a fully stocked pub with indoor and outdoor seating; outdoor fire pits; and fantastic event space for groups up to 300.
Open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday evenings 5PM _ 10PM; Sunday Brunch Buffet 11AM _ 2PM.
4690 Urbana Road, Springfield, OH 45502
The Yellow Springs Lodging Solution. As expected there are no chain hotels or motels in Yellow Springs. However there is a variety of eclectic accommodations in and near our exceptional little town ranging from the traditional bed & breakfast to an independent country inn to a restored grist mill.
Since 1923, Tecumseh Council has been successfully providing quality Scouting programs to thousands and thousands of young people. Today, we serve more than 3,400 youth members in 129 units.
Camp Birch – complete with a dining hall that serves 300, a swimming pool, a 10-acre lake, and many other facilities – is our outdoor facility that we use to teach character, citizenship, personal fitness, and environmental awareness.
Besides our Cub and Boy Scouts, Camp Birch is used by churches, schools, other youth groups, the National Guard and college organizations. Every weekend, 10 to 15 different groups are camping or using the Adams Training Building, our training and educational center, for meetings.
More than 1,400 dedicated adult volunteers support our ongoing efforts to deliver the Boy Scouts of America's goals to our youth members throughout our council.
Tecumseh Council serves youth in five Ohio counties: Champaign, Logan, Clark, Greene and Clinton.