Cottages and Cabins

Burnhead Grazings

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61 Hilltop Road
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: 724 422-5394
Fax: 724 463-7488
burnheadgrazings.com

Burnhead Grazings is a fully working sheep farm offering grass fed lamb, beautiful wool for spinning or felting, hay, and a beautiful place to plan your next event, paint party or to stay the night at our AirBnB. We will accommodate you in every way possible to make your special event, just that, SPECIAL! With 68 beautiful rolling acres to work with, from a babbling brook, rustic barn, spring house, to a lovely pond, we can come up with something absolutely custom and memorable. Perfect for a rustic wedding. Horses, donkeys and sheep complement the backdrop as does the barn and springhouse. We have many packages available from the simple to the extraordinary.  


Fair Winds in the Forest

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12810 Route 36
Clarington, PA 15828
Phone: 814-744-8726
www.FairWindsInTheForest.com

Whispering Oaks CabinsOpen April through November, this dog-friendly cabin rental site is located on the edge of Cook Forest State Park and features unique and authentic cabins on 13 acres.


Hominy Ridge Lodge & Cabins

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13964 Route 36
Clarington, PA 15828
Phone: 814 752-2277
www.HominyRidge.com

Hominy Ridge Lodge and CabinsHominy Ridge Lodge and Cabins is located in the heart of Cook Forest, PA and is great for year-round vacations and getaways. Hominy Ridge’s cabins are situated on seven private acres in beautiful Cook Forest, PA. It’s a great place for the whole family to visit and play. and we are centrally located to all of Cook Forest State Park’s attractions.


Yellow Creek State Park

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170 Route 259 Highway
Penn Run, PA 15765
Phone: 724-357-7913
www.DCNR.PA.gov

Yellow Creek State Park

The 2,981-acre Yellow Creek State Park is in Indiana County along one of the first “highways” in the state, the Kittanning Path. This trail was used by the Delaware and Shawnee nations and by early settlers.

Today, visitors enjoy the sand beach, picnicking, and educational and recreational programs. The 720-acre Yellow Creek Lake is a destination for boaters and anglers. The lake and park are an important rest stop for migrating birds.

The park is named for Yellow and Little Yellow creeks, which flow into the lake. Both creeks contain yellow clay in their banks and bottoms.

Camping cottages, located near the lake-shore, each having electricity, picnic table, fire ring and a porch. The six cottages each sleep five people in bunk beds, Also available at the state park are yurts - round, canvas and wood walled tents that have a wooden floor as well as a deck, and sleep five people in bunk beds. Each yurt also has a cook stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, table, chairs, electricity, fire ring and picnic table.