We welcome visitors and can arrange both tours and visits. We encourage our members to come and visit and we encourage those that come to become members. Membership to United Plant Savers is $35.oo and comes with many wonderful benefits the best being supporting our mission of plant conservation to become a member.
Please let us know ahead of time if you plan to make a day visit. We have several rental options for overnight stays.
Yurt: UpS Members: $50/night, $70 non-members – Electricity, water. Yurt has fully equipped kitchen (large refrigerator, gas stove w/ovens) ,bathroom with shower and meeting/dining room w/ tables, chairs, couch, phone & wireless high-speed internet. Space can accommodate up to 20 people for meetings or retreats.
Barn Rooms: UpS members: $25/night/room. Non-members: $50. There are 4 barn rooms available, two persons per room. Rooms have 2 single beds w/mattresses (no linens or towels furnished), 2 nightstands w/ lamps, overhead light, window, 2 chest of drawers, shelving.
Primitive Cabin: There is a private, primitive cabin in the woods with a full bed, nightstand and deck (no electric, no water). The “Tornado Cabin” is only accessible by foot and is a short walk in the woods from the yurt. UpS members: $25/night. Non-members: $50/night.
Showers & Toilets are in barn, one heated shower room w/two showers and sink, laundry,composting toilets in separate room.
Camping: $10 @ campsite. Campsites subject to weather restrictions.
We request that renters and campers carry out their trash and sweep and/or clean before leaving. Cleaning service available for fee upon request.
Limited availability during regularly scheduled Intern Programs mid April – mid June and September – mid October
For more information or to schedule a tour, visit or a rental, please contact:
Office Manager and Community Liaison: Erika Guthrie: 740-856-9492 or email@example.com
Sanctuary Steward: Chip Carroll: 740-742-1111 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to contact Paul Strauss we can pass that message along to him, just send us an email.
Athens County is nestled deep in the Appalachian foothills of Southeast Ohio. The lively arts and music scene entertains locals and visitors alike all year round. The eclectic shopping and dining scene is a result of the presence of a large university and rich Appalachian heritage. Hunting, kayaking, bouldering, hiking, cycling, and mountain biking are just some of the most popular outdoor activities.