Local Guides | New York City

Explore Our New York Outpost, Getaway Eastern Catskills

Here’s a handy guide for getting to our New York Outpost, Getaway Eastern Catskills, and local spots to pick up any supplies you may need. While there’s a lot to do in the area, we suggest taking a break from planning in excess and simply enjoying the time away from your daily routine and hustle.

Parking + Public Transportation

Parking at Getaway Eastern Catskills is easy; simply drive up and park directly next to your tiny cabin. If you don’t have wheels, don’t worry.  Our Outposts can be accessed by a variety of ways on public transportation:

  • From Penn Station, you can take Amtrak to the Hudson, NY stop, then grab a cab (we recommend Pronto Taxi, 518-822-9500, cash only) for about a 20-25 min ride to your Getaway House.
  • From the NYC Greyhound station, you can take it to the Catskill Park & Ride, then take a taxi from there.
  • From Grand Central, you can take MetroNorth to Poughkeepsie, and you could Uber over from there. It’s an hour ride and will probably be pricey (about $150), so it’s a better option if you split it with friends.

Walks in the Woods

Want to remove the walls between you and nature? Take a trip down one of these nearby hiking trails just a short drive away.

Kaaterskill Falls
Distance: 2.5 miles, about 1.5 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Dogs allowed

Directions from Getaway Eastern Catskills

This hike is short, though it is also steep and can get rocky. But all the effort is totally worth it when you reach the gorgeous waterfall.

Overlook Mountain Trail
Distance: 4.8 miles, about 3 hours
Difficulty: Moderate
Dogs allowed on-leash

Directions from Getaway Eastern Catskills

The stunning view from the top of this hike makes you forget about the strenuous slog to get there. You’ll also find an old fire tower and ruins of a former hotel at the summit, and at the start or end of your hike, you can visit a Buddhist temple.

North-South Lake
Distance: 4.1 miles, about 3 hours
Difficulty: Moderate
Dogs allowed on-leash

Directions from Getaway Eastern Catskills

Follow Mary’s Glen Trail to enjoy the views from Artist’s Rock, Sunset Rock, Newman’s Ledge, and North Point, then reward yourself with a dip in the lake. Or simply skip the hike and enjoy the water!

Sustenance & Snacks

If you’re in need of extra supplies, you can find several stores nearby to fulfill your needs and fill your belly.

Last Chance Cheese, 6009 Main St, Tannersville, New York, 12485
You’ll find so much more than just cheese here! Sit down for a meal at the tavern, search for treasure among the antiques, peruse the gourmet offerings in the shop, and choose from a huge selection of beer and, of course, cheese.

Hannaford, 223 Main St, Cairo, NY 12413
Hannaford is a full supermarket so you can stock up here.

Crossroads Brewing Company, 201 Water Street Catskill, NY 12015
To enjoy a pint of beer or a glass of wine on the bank of the Catskill creek, head to the Crossroads Brewing Company’s Taproom.

Tousey Winery,  1774 New York, U.S. 9, Germantown, NY 12526
To taste some of the local flavors of Catskill, NY head to Tousey Winery prepared to find a new favorite wine. 

Notes on Nature

  • The Catskills are made up of 98 peaks, and they were shaped by waterways and sediment deposits, meaning that geologically they are considered a dissected plateau, not mountains.
  • Bobcats do live in the region, and many people believe that is what inspired the name Catskills, though that hasn’t been proven to be true.
  • Golden eagles, bald eagles, and a variety of hawks are common in the area, so you might spot them soaring overhead.

Book a cabin at Getaway Eastern Catskills today.

Charlotte | Local Guides | Raleigh

Explore Getaway Asheboro

One of the most exciting aspects of heading to a Getaway Outpost is the opportunity to get to know the towns and regions where the Outpost is located.

As we opened our new Outpost between Charlotte and Raleigh, roughly 90 minutes from each, we discovered some amazing spots that we can’t wait for you to check out too. Here are a few of our favorites:

Raleigh to Getaway Asheboro: Road Trip Pitstops

Copeland Springs Farm and Kitchen
~45 minutes from Raleigh
~50 minutes from the Outpost

Discover this beautiful, sustainable farm in Pittsboro. Committed to growing nutritious food with environmentally sustainable practices, they also operate a kitchen, serving delicious dishes crafted from their produce. They even encourage you to enjoy your food anywhere on their 16-acre property.

Fair Game Beverage Co.
~45 minutes from Raleigh
~50 minutes from the Outpost

One part bottle shop, one part souvenir shop, one part tasting room, Fair Game Beverage Co. in Pittsboro, was Carolina’s 13th legal distillery. They offer tastings of some of the oldest barrel aged spirits in the area, along with their wine, their cider, local craft beer, and specialty regional food items.

Jordan Lake
~30 minutes from Raleigh
~60 minutes from the Outpost

Jordan Lake is a 14,000-acre reservoir with an undeveloped hilly shoreline. There are seven swim beaches and nearly 14 miles of hiking trails, most of which are easy and ideal for families. The wildlife includes osprey and bald eagles.

Charlotte to Getaway Asheboro: Road Trip Pitstops

Stony Mountain Vineyards
~70 minutes from Charlotte
~50 minutes from the Outpost

Stony Mountain Vineyards is a family-owned boutique winery in the beautiful Uwharrie Mountains. Dedicated to the passion of winemaking, they invite you to do a wine tasting, schedule a winery tour, or simply enjoy a glass of wine on the deck with panoramic views of the countryside.

Rob Wallace Park Loop
~35 minutes from Charlotte
~75 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 2.5 miles
Difficulty: Easy

This trail is known to be well-maintained and quiet. It’s ideal for all skill levels, good for kids, and dog friendly, but it’s recommended to bring hats and sunscreen as most of the trail is exposed to the sun. Don’t miss the stunning deep-water quarry lake at the end of the loop.

Walks in the Woods near Getaway Asheboro

Purgatory Mountain Trailhead
~8 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 1.8 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

This scenic hike to the top of Purgatory Mountain is a great way to top off a day spent at The North Carolina Zoo, as the trail begins on their property. Uphill but not strenuous, it’s good for kids, dog-friendly, and meticulously maintained and marked for navigational ease.

Faith Rock Nature Trail
~20 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: .08 miles
Difficulty: Easy

This loop along Deep River is ideal for all skill levels and kids, plus it features plenty of wildlife. It passes by Faith Rock, a large bluestone outcropping, known for stunning river views and a peek of the ruins of an old textile mill.

Uwharrie National Recreation Trail
~30 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 18.9 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

In its entirety, this trail covers the length of Uwharrie National Park. Crossing several creeks, this trail is not heavily trafficked, known to be peaceful and quiet, and has plenty of beautiful flora and small fauna to look at along the way. It’s dog-friendly and hiking short portions is great for kids.

Birkhead Mountain Trail
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 11.6
Difficulty: Moderate

This year-round loop features a river and is part of the Birkhead Mountain Wilderness, a protected mountain range intended for public use. These mountains are considered to be the oldest on the North American continent, with evidence of early Native American life dating back over 12,000 years.

Coolers Knob Mountain
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 2.5
Difficulty: Easy

Part of the Birkhead Mountain Wilderness, this back trail is great for all skill levels and known for its wide array of wild flowers and many stream crossings. Hike between April and October for the best experience.

Keyauwee Supertree Woodrun Loop Trail
~30 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 12.4
Difficulty: Moderate

A long hike if done as a loop, this moderate up and down trail is known for amazing downhill sections, beautiful wildflowers, and birdwatching. The trail is dog-friendly, heavily wooded, and dotted with creeks.

Sips and Sustenance near Getaway Asheboro

The Table
~15 minutes from the Outpost
A charming family-run restaurant, located in downtown Asheboro, that celebrates seasonal cooking, strong community, and the importance of gathering round the kitchen table. Southern hospitality meets comfort food meets garden-fresh at this dine-in cafe and carry-out market.

Four Saints Brewing Company
~15 minutes from the Outpost
Four Saints Brewing’s mission is to provide great beer for great people, and pays homage to the patron saints of beer: Saint Wenceslaus, Saint Nicholas, Saint Luke, and Saint Augustine of Hippo. Through brewing, they hope to grow the local economy, support meaningful organizations and charities, and create a place where hospitality matters and everyone feels welcome.

Magnolia 23
~15 minutes from the Outpost
Find simple good food and good service at this snug eatery in downtown Asheboro. Known for their delicious southern cooking—specifically their fried chicken and sweet tea—and congenial warmth, you’ll feel like you’re visiting neighbors at Magnolia 23.

Food Lion
~11 minutes from the Outpost
To stock up before your Getaway so you can prepare your favorite meals, head to Food Lion for locally-sourced options to support the community around the Outpost.

Sidetrips near Getaway Asheboro

The North Carolina Zoo
~8 minutes from the Outpost
Situated directly between Raleigh and Charlotte, The North Carolina zoo is the world’s largest natural habitat zoo. They house primarily African and North American animals, with a strong focus on conservation and nature-based educational programs. This is a great place to visit with kids—tickets are $11 for children, $15 for adults, and free for children under two. Plus, make sure to check the feeding schedule so you see your favorite animals.

Richland Creek Zipline Canopy Tour
~10 minutes from the Outpost
Richland Creek is one of the first ziplines in North Carolina, and consists of 14 ziplines totaling over one and a half miles of cable. Their prices are the lowest in the area, so feel free to bring the whole family. All tours are given by a trained and certified tour guide, and depending on the size of your group, your tour will last about two hours.

The North Carolina Aviation Museum
~20 minutes from the Outpost
The North Carolina Aviation Museum, located at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, offers a diverse set of interactive exhibits which tell stories from the beginning of flight through contemporary aviation. Great for kids who want to experience the wonders of aviation first hand.

Pisgah Covered Bridge
~20 minutes from the Outpost
Built in 1911 for $40 USD to aid in horse and wagon travel, this 54 foot bridge is one of North Carolina’s two remaining covered bridges. Visit this historic landmark located in Uwharrie National Forest, which crosses the West Fork Branch of the Little River.

For a round-up of organizations and Black-owned businesses to support in Charlotte and Raleigh, see our list.

Houston | Local Guides

Explore Getaway Brazos Valley

One of the most exciting aspects of heading to a Getaway Outpost is the opportunity to get to know the towns and regions where the Outpost is located.

As we opened our Outpost an hour outside of Houston in Navasota, TX, we discovered some amazing spots that we can’t wait for you to check out too. Here are a few of our favorites:

Walks in the Woods Near Getaway Brazos Valley

Washington on the Brazos Area Trails
~30 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 2.7 miles 
Difficulty: Easy

Featuring beautiful views of the Brazos River, a healthy population of local birds, and trailside swaths of wildflowers, this is a dog and kid friendly hike that’s good for all skill levels. As a state historical site, it’s also home to the Barrington Living History Farm and the Star of the Republic Museum. 

Lone Star Hiking Trail and Little Lake Creek Trail
~40 minutes from the Outpost
Hike Distance: 13.7 miles 
Difficulty: Hard

This popular and well-maintained hiking trail loop is only ranked difficult because of the distance, as the terrain throughout is moderate, easily taken at a leisurely pace, and dog friendly. Located in Sam Houston National Park, it has plenty of seasonal creeks, bridges, and opportunities for wildlife sightings. You can also hike the shorter Little Lake Creek Trail portion, which tops off at 7 miles.

Sustenance and Sips near Getaway Brazos Valley

Bernhardt Winery
9043 County Rd 204, Plantersville, TX 77363
~25 minutes from the Outpost

A beautiful Tuscan-style tasting room and vineyard situated on 20 acres of rolling hills and valleys. Bernhardt Winery proudly makes 21 handcrafted unique wines, pairing them with a warm environment and a fun, interactive tasting experience.

Lone Pint Brewery 
507 Commerce St, Magnolia, TX 77355
~25 minutes from the Outpost 

A dedication to renewable energy and distinctive tasting beers is what Lone Pint Brewery is all about. Stop by their beer garden for a bite of Texas BBQ from the Lone Pint & Reveille BBQ Food Truck and pair it with a fresh hoppy ale whose spent grain from production goes to feed local dairy cows.

Blue Bell Creamery 
1101 South Blue Bell Road Brenham, Texas 77833
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost 

This 115+ year old creamery named for the native Texas bluebell wildflower has humble beginnings in butter production. It’s nationally recognized for its high-quality, rich history, and high ice cream safety standards. Though they now sell in grocery stores across 22 states, they’ve kept their small town charm and customer-first attitude. Stop by for a scoop or to see some of your favorite flavors get made.

Navasota Brewing Cooperative
2736 County Rd 417, Navasota, TX 77868
~20 minutes from the Outpost 

Scheduled to open a first-class brew pub to visitors in fall 2020, Navasota Brewing Company brews their beers using locally sourced ingredients reflective of community tastes. They aim to keep American craft-brewing tradition alive in central Texas.

WildFlyer Mead Company
16481 County Rd 319, Navasota, TX 77868
~15 minutes from the Outpost

For a new take on something sweet, head to WildFlyer Mead Company to tour a beehive, go on a honey tasting, and try mead made from honey. There’s also a boutique and nice outdoor patio that is pup-friendly.

Location Six Brewing Company
2316 Main Street, Waller, TX 77484
~23 minutes from the Outpost

Open Thursday through Sunday, Location Six Brewing Company is the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon with a local brew with friends, food trucks, and occasionally some live music.

Sidetrips near Getaway Brazos Valley

Lake Conroe 
~40 minutes from the Outpost 
A very popular destination for Houston locals, Lake Conroe is famous for boating and water sports. It offers 157 miles of shoreline and boasts over 20 restaurants, golf courses, excellent fishing, and a large blue heron population.

Star of the Republic Museum 
~30 minutes from the Outpost 
Located near one of our featured hikes, the Star of the Republic Museum chronicles the ten years—from 1836 to 1846—that Texas existed as a proud but precarious separate nation from the United States.  With over 10,000 square feet and 46 exhibits, the museum aims to inspire understanding and appreciation of Texas heritage. It also features an interactive activity center for children of all ages.

Barrington Living History Farm 
~30 minutes from the Outpost 
Just a short walk away  from the Star of the Republic Museum is the Barrington Living History Farm, home of the last president of Texas. The costumed staff operate the farm as if the year were 1850, complete with livestock, period appropriate living quarters, and mid-19th century farming methods and materials. Visitors are welcome to pitch in with chores on the working farm.

The Sanctuary Blueberry Farm 
~40 minutes from the Outpost 
The Sanctuary Blueberry Farm is a family friendly pick-your-own blueberries experience renowned for big sweet berries nourished with only natural mineral-rich well water and organic fertilizers. A great day trip during blueberry season (late spring through summer).

Book your Getaway today.

For a round-up of organizations and Black-owned businesses to support in Houston, Austin, and Dallas, see our list.

Austin | Local Guides | San Antonio

Explore Getaway Hill Country

One of the most exciting aspects of heading to a Getaway Outpost is the opportunity to get to know the towns and regions where the Outpost is located.

As we opened our Outpost 45 minutes outside of Austin in Wimberley, TX, we discovered some amazing spots that we can’t wait for you to check out too. If you’re looking for transportation options in the Wimberley area, be sure to check out Platinum Transportation for taxi services.

Here are a few of our favorites spots to explore near the Outpost:

Walks in the Woods near Getaway Hill Country

Blue Hole Park Trail Loop
Hike distance: 1.6 miles
Difficulty: Easy

This trail is a great loop for families right near the swimming area in Blue Hole Regional Park. With the smell of cedar, oak and cypress trees, clear blue water, and mulched trails that are mostly flat, this is the perfect afternoon hike to catch up with family and friends. If you want to indulge in the swimming hole, be sure to call ahead and make reservations.

Old Baldy Trail
Hike distance: 0.2 miles
Difficulty: Easy

This quick out and back trail is another great one for families or novice hikers who are more into the views than the hike. With over 200 steps to the top, it will take a bit of effort, but once you reach the summit it’ll totally be worth it as you’ll get a bird’s-eye view of the surrounding area.

Cypress Creek Nature Trail and Preserve
Hike distance: 2.3 miles
Dogs allowed on leash.
This loop trail is great for all hikers, and features a river, which will be endlessly fascinating for any kids. This is also a popular spot for beginner mountain bikers.

Sustenance and Snacks near Getaway Hill Country

Wimberley Valley Winery
2825 Lone Man Mountain Rd, Driftwood, TX 78619
~ 25 minutes from Outpost
Head to this Winery for some gorgeous views of the property and a delicious wine tasting. Dogs are also allowed to join you, but they must be kept on a leash.

Middleton Brewing
101 Oakwood Loop, San Marcos, TX 78666
~ 25 minutes from Outpost
This 10-barrel brewpub has some tasty ales inspired by the Hill Country that are sure to give you a sense of the region. They also have a wide selection of wine and local ciders for you to choose from.

The Leaning Pear
111 River Rd, Wimberley, TX 78676
~ 18 minutes from Outpost
For some fresh, seasonal and local cuisine inspired by the Hill Country, The Leaning Pear is a great lunch or dinner spot for American cuisine. The owners, Rachel and Matthew Buchanan, restored The Lowery House, which is one of the oldest buildings in the Wimberley Valley in 2006 to build their own restaurant after years of studying cooking in both Italy and New York. Give some of their dishes a try, and you’ll likely be back for more.

Brookshire Brothers
14100 Ranch Rd 12 Ste 1, Wimberley, TX 78676
~ 16 minutes from Outpost
Head here before your Getaway to pick up any fresh food you’d like to cook with your favorite people at the Outpost. With a variety of options, you’re sure to find great local foods to taste a bit of the Hill Country.

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Sidetrips near Getaway Hill Country

Jacob’s Well
This artesian spring is a must-see. Jacob’s Well is at least 140 feet deep with underwater caves that only professional SCUBA divers are allowed to explore. Opportunities to swim here start on May 1, 2020, but year-round the well is 68 degrees F, so this is the perfect spot for the hottest days of the year.

The Devil’s Backbone
If you’re in the mood for a scenic drive, head to route 32 and search the landscape for the geological features named, “The Devil’s Backbone.” While being one of the most scenic drives, there is also a lot of local lore about spirits that may haunt the area. Once you’ve finished up your drive, make a stop at The Devil’s Backbone Tavern for a drink and you may hear more stories from the locals.

Wimberley Zipline Adventures
If you’re feeling more adventurous, Wimberley Zipline Adventures is for you. You’ll begin with a little walking tour, and then you’ll be led through a series of 10 ziplines that will give you 15-mile views in all directions of the region. This is likely an experience you’ll never forget.

Book your Getaway today.

For a round-up of organizations and Black-owned businesses to support in Austin, Houston, and Dallas, see our list.

Dallas | Local Guides

Explore Getaway Piney Woods

Getaway is the perfect opportunity to sit back, relax, and do nothing. However, if you’re feeling antsy, there’s still plenty to do near our cabins and on the way there.

Here’s our guide for attractions near our Dallas Outpost and the best places to stop on your drive there.

Getting There

Located in LaRue, Texas, just southeast of Dallas, your new favorite escape is easily accessible from the Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Waco, and Tyler. From Dallas, just take 175 down to our Outpost and pull right up to your cabin.

Walks in Nature Near Getaway Piney Woods

Wolfpen Hike and Bike Trail
Hike Duration: 4.1 miles
Difficulty: Easy

This loop trail, which features a lake, is a great choice for all skill levels for hiking, walking, or trail running.

Beaver Slide Nature Park
Hike Duration: 1.6 miles
Difficulty: Moderate

This shorter loop trail offers a lake and is accessible year-round.

Lindsey Park Trail
Hike Duration: 8.5 miles
Difficulty: Hard

This longer hike features beautiful wild flowers and is best between the months of March and October.

Sustenance and Snacks Near Getaway Piney Woods

The Cherry Laurel 305 Prairieville St., Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
With soups, sandwiches, and plenty of sweet treats, this Athens bakery and cafe is the perfect spot to stop along the way to the Outpost for a quick snack.

Pierce Creek Station 10831 US-175, Larue, TX 75770
~ 8 minutes from the Outpost
This little store has a great selection of grocery items, the best ice cream, and it has a restaurant attached that serve breakfast all day and claims to have, “The Best Burger in Henderson County.”

On the Local Menu

El Arroyo 416 South Palestine, Suite C, Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
This local Mexican restaurant is known for its huge menu featuring Tex-Mex classics, nachos, and plenty of chef’s specialties. They even have hamburger and chicken fried steak options, so there’s a little something for everyone.

Railway Cafe 210 North Palestine, Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
This popular local spot with delicious American fare is a great place to go for plenty of options. Check out their daily specials for something different as well.

Cotton Patch Cafe 1413 State HWY 31, Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
If you’re looking for some southern comfort food, then Cotton Patch is your go-to. Try out their chicken fried steak or their Texas sized onion rings.

Outpost Watering Holes


Lake Palestine Tyler, TX
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
This freshwater lake, located just outside of Tyler, offers fishing, boating, water skiing, canoeing, hiking, and swimming.

Cedar Creek Lake Malakoff, TX, 75148
~ 45 minutes from the Outpost
This picturesque lake, less than an hour drive from the Outpost, is a perfect spot for swimming, boating, and fishing.

East Texas Arboretum Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
On the drive from Dallas to the Outpost, the arboretum includes one hundred acres of trees, flowers, and nature trails. Take a pit stop and smell the flowers before heading to your cabin.

Pine Tree Farm
~5 minutes from the Outpost
If you’re looking for the perfect sidetrip to round out your Fall Getaway, head to Pine Tree Farm for a hay ride to enjoy all the beautiful fall colors.

New York, Texas Zipline Adventures LaRue, TX, 75770
~ 15 minutes from the Outpost
If you’re looking for some elevation, but aren’t much of a hiker, then this zipline adventure is for you. Experience 30-mile views from the platforms and enjoy the Texas scenery.

3 P’s In A Vine Winery and Vineyard, Athens, TX, 75751
~ 30 minutes from the Outpost
Covering 12 acres of land, this scenic vineyard offers tastings, glasses, and bottles of their eight wine varieties. So sit back, relax, and sip away.

For a round-up of organizations and Black-owned businesses to support in Dallas, Austin, and Houston, see our list.


A Guide to Getaway Chattahoochee

A two hour escape from Atlanta, to a tiny cabin nestled in nature. What could be better?

Getaway Chattahoochee is our first Outpost in the South, and home to our thoughtfully designed, wifi-free cabins that can help you disconnect from your day-to-day and reconnect to who and what really matters.

Getaway Atlanta

What to Expect from Getaway Chattahoochee

Our Outpost is located within 2 hours of Atlanta, a drive towards the Chattahoochee National Forest, in scenic Suches, Georgia. Note that during your drive, you may experience times with no cell phone coverage so it’s always a good idea to have your directions with you in case that happens.

When you book your Getaway, you’ll receive a confirmation email with essential information. On the day of your reservation, you’ll receive a text in the morning with your cabin name, lock code number, and other helpful information to get you situated, like frequently asked questions.

Check in time is at 3PM, and you can drive straight into the Outpost. Park in the designated area and walk right up to your cabin, punch in the lock code, and your tiny cabin will be ready for you.

While every tiny cabin is private, safe, and secure, you will see other cabins while you’re at Getaway Chattahoochee.

Getaway Atlanta

What’s in a Tiny Cabin at Getaway Chattahoochee

Our tiny cabins come with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Picture a queen bed (or bunk queens if you chose a cabin for 4), a kitchenette with mini-fridge and 2 burner stove, a bathroom with a toilet and shower, provision and firewood for purchase, an outdoor fire pit with grilling grate, and outdoor seating. If you bring a furry friend with you, we’ll also have a bowl for them, waste bags, an outdoor lead, and some treats.

What to do at Getaway Chattahoochee

There’s no need to stress about making an agenda, consider this a trip without an itinerary. You can read a book (we have a mini-library in each cabin), take a walk, go for a hike on the nearby Appalachian Trail, cook a meal over the campfire, or simply do nothing at all. It’s your time to spend exactly how you want it. If you do find yourself a little jittery at the prospect of doing nothing, we have an activity booklet in the cabin for you to work your way through.

What to cook at Getaway Chattahoochee

Guests love cooking over the campfire or in their cabins. We have single-use pour-over coffee for your mornings, and other easy to cook provisions available right in the cabin. You can also plan ahead and read our campfire cooking recipes here.

Interested in booking a Getaway to our Atlanta Outpost? Book here.

Cleveland | Local Guides | Pittsburgh

Explore Getaway Beaver Creek

Getaway is the perfect opportunity to sit back, relax, and do nothing. If you’re in the mood to explore, there’s still plenty to do near our cabins and on the way there.

Here’s our guide for attractions near our Beaver Creek Outpost and the best places to stop on your drive from Pittsburgh or Cleveland.

Getting There

Located just over the Ohio border from Pennsylvania, your new favorite escape is just 1.5 hours from Pittsburgh and almost 2 hours from Cleveland. Just take 376 to 30 from Pittsburgh or 480 to 76 from Cleveland and you’ll be ready to disconnect.

Walks in Nature

Hellbender Bluff Trail
Hike Duration: 3.4 miles
Difficulty: Easy
This loop trail features lots of wildlife, including bald eagles and spring warblers, as well as wild flowers and mushrooms.

Mineral Springs Loop Trail
Hike Duration: 1.3 miles
Difficulty: Easy
This easy loop on the Pennsylvania side of the border features a waterfall and is recommended for families with young kids.

Dogwood Trail
Hike Duration: 2.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
This popular loop trail, just a 10-minute drive from the Outpost, features views of beautiful forest and wild flowers.

Vondergreen Trail
Hike Duration: 6.2 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
Just a 10-minute drive from the Outpost in Beaver Creek State Park, this out and back trail has a balance of steep inclines and rolling terrain.

Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail
Hike Duration: 12.5 miles
Difficulty: Hard
This popular trail is ranked as difficult because of the distance, but you can always hike sections of it. The paved trail, which begins in Lisbon and ends in Washingtonville, can also be used as a bike trail.

Bradys Run Trail
Hike Duration: 7.1 miles
Difficulty: Hard
This loop trail features steep climbs and frequent terrain changes with pretty lake views.

Sustenance and Snacks

Save a Lot Lisbon, OH
~ 13 minutes from the Outpost
This grocery is the perfect spot to pick up small groceries, sandwiches, deli food, and beer.

Two Smart Cookies East Liverpool, OH
~ 5 minutes from the Outpost
This nearby restaurant and bakery is the perfect spot for your daily dose of sweet treats and local eats.

On the Local Menu

The Courthouse Inn & Restaurant 116 West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, OH 44432
~ 15 minutes from Outpost
Specializing in vegetarian comfort food, this place has a little something for everyone.

Pondis Restaurant & Bar 8945 State Road 45, Lisbon, OH 44432
~ 15 minutes from Outpost
This restaurant has been around for more than 100 years, serving up steaks, seafood, pastas, salads, and daily specials.

Mary’s Pizza 301 N Beaver St., Lisbon, OH 44432
~ 20 minutes from Outpost
Stop by this local favorite for a classic pizza pie with a side of barbecue wings.

Shale Tavern and Grille 40964 State Route 154, Lisbon, OH 44432
~10 minutes from Outpost
This tavern has all of your classic favorites, from chicken noodle soup to a barbecue bacon cheeseburger. With a full bar and a homey feel, it’s the perfect place for your family meal.


The Vineyards at Pine Lake Columbiana, OH
~ 30 minutes from Outpost
Stop by this local family-owned vineyard and enjoy their lakefront tasting room.

Lanternman’s Mill Youngstown, OH
~ 45 minutes from Outpost
For a historical and picturesque detour, check out this old mill built in the 1840s. As a tribute to the area’s historical roots, the mill was restored in the 1980s and still operates today grinding corn, wheat, and buckwheat.

White House Fruit Farm Canfield, OH
~ 40 minutes from Outpost
Come by this family-owned farm and buy your freshly picked berries, fruits, and vegetables, or sample some of their delicious baked goods- we’re craving the blueberry donut. The farm, established in 1815, also offers year-round events, including summer crop picking and flower festivals.

Beaver Creek Meadows Golf Course Lisbon, OH
~ 10 minutes from Outpost
Go for a round of eighteen holes at this golf course, covering 120-acres of greens.

Local Guides | Los Angeles

Explore Getaway Big Bear

Your Getaway is about finding time to disconnect in order to reconnect – whether with family, friends, or nature. After or en route from Los Angeles to a restful break at one of our cabins, there’s plenty to explore in the Big Bear Lake area, whatever may pique your interest.

Here’s our Outpost guide to nearby attractions and things to do along the way:

Getting There

Nestled in the woods of Running Springs, your secluded escape is easily accessible from Los Angeles. Driving is the quickest way to travel to your Getaway—parking is easy, just pull up right beside your tiny cabin. If you don’t have any wheels, you can take a Greyhound bus to San Bernardino Depot, then hop in an Uber or Lyft for the remainder of the journey. In the winter, you may see snowfall at Getaway Big Bear; be sure to check local weather conditions and plan your safe journey to the Outpost accordingly.

Walks in the Mountains near Getaway Big Bear

Lake Gregory Trail
Distance: 2.3 miles
Difficulty: Easy
Dogs allowed on-leash
This shady loop around Lake Gregory is a favorite fishing spot and features gorgeous wild flowers and lovely scenery. There’s a small park and drinking fountain bowl for dogs.

Heaps Peak Arboretum 
Distance: 0.8 miles
Difficulty: Easy
Dogs allowed on-leash
An easy walk for everyone, grab a map from the kiosk before starting the trail to read up on the types of local trees and wildlife that surround the area.

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Keller Peak
Distance: 12.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
Dogs allowed on-leash + horse-friendly
Along the way to Keller Peak are a children’s garden and a Ranger Fire outlook at the peak for stunning views. For a shorter hike, you can drive part of the way and walk to the summit.

Arrowhead Pinacles Trail
Distance: 4.6 miles
Difficulty: Hard
Dogs allowed on-leash
Arrowhead Pinacles Trail is a steep, difficult trail that will keep you puffing. Enjoy the boulders and panoramic views throughout, especially the 360-degree lookout from the top. There’s not much shade, so get hiking later in the afternoon or in the early morning to avoid the heat.

Sustenance and Snacks near Getaway Big Bear

Jensen’s Food, 31987 Hilltop Blvd, Running Springs, CA 92382
~ 5 min from Outpost
A friendly local market near the Outpost where you can stock up on fresh veggies, baked goods (try the donuts), sandwiches, and drinks. Visit on the weekend for a BBQ.

LuluBelle’s Coffee House and Bakery, 31621 Pleasant Drive, Running Springs CA 92382
~ 5 min from Outpost
LuluBelle’s Coffee House and Bakery is a café and bakery using local organic foods with some of the best pastries in Running Springs. If you’re heading to Getaway to celebrate a special occasion, this is a great place to stop to grab some treats to bring into nature with you. 

Stater Bros. Market, 28100 CA-189, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
~ 15 min from Outpost
Stater Bros. Market is a full supermarket along Lake Arrowhead with everything you’ll need for your stay.

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On the Local Menu

Hortencia’s at the Cliffhanger, 25187 CA-18, Crestline, CA 92325
~ 15 min from Outpost
Munch on Hortencia’s Mexican cuisine and ogle at the panoramic view of the San Bernadino Valley. Stay for the sunset or visit on a weekend for live music.

Belgian Waffle Works
~ 15 min from Outpost
Family owned and operated along the docks of Lake Arrowhead, this waffle house is open for breakfast and lunch, serving huge portions and unique waffle combinations, such as Mud-Pie, S’more, and Peanutty.

Lou Eddies Pizza
~ 10 min from Outpost
Lou Eddies offers gourmet pizzas or create-your-owns inside a 100+ year-old building. The beer served at its quaint bar is home-brewed, and seating spills onto outside patios where you can eat a pie and enjoy live music.

Old Country Coffee Shop and Diner
~ 5 min from Outpost
Breakfast at this cute little diner is split between American and Mexican plates, and both options are delicious. The quick, friendly service and cozy interior have made this eatery a favorite for locals and visitors alike.

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