Laurelville, Ohio - Cat-Friendly Listings

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Campgrounds
19217 Keifel Road
Laurelville, OH 43135
This horseman's campground is located next to Hocking Hills State Forest and offers both RV sites with electric hookups and primitive camp sites. You are welcome with or without horses. Camp amenities include hot showers, outhouses, picnic tables, dump facilities, and a small tack and gift shop. Pets are welcome but need to be leashed and under control, and cleaned up after. There is a $5 one time per stay pet fee per pet


Campgrounds, Vacation Rentals
17549 Crawford Road
Laurelville, OH 43135
These vacation rentals are located near the Hocking Hills area. They offer one cabin rental and one yurt rental (rustic with no electricity or plumbing). Both rentals are furnished. The cabin has air conditioning and a gas furnace. Depending on the season and day of the week, rates for the cabin range from about $90 to $125 per night for up to four people. Yurt rates range from $50 to $65 per night for up to six people. Extra people can be accommodated if they bring their own tent. There is a $10 charge per night per extra person. Pets and children are welcome. There is a $15 one time per stay pet fee. Rental rates are subject to change. Call for details about payment.


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 235
Laurelville, OH 43135
The Pet Orphanage, located in Logan, Hocking County, Ohio is a non-profit, no-kill organization. We promote controlling the pet population by sponsoring cat spay and neuter clinics and through education. Homeless animals are brought in, cared for, and given any medical care needed, until they can be adopted. The Pet Orphanage has established an outreach fund which helps assists injured animals in emergancy situations. Currently, The Pet Orphanage is helping spay and nueter large breed dogs for families that are in need of financial assistance. You must be a resident of Hocking County to be eligible and need assistance paying for the spay/neuter. So if you have an adult large breed dog that needs to be spayed/neutered, contact the Pet Orphanage at 740-385-3002.

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Healthcare
  » Laurelville Veterinarians & Specialists

Welfare
  » Laurelville Rescue Organizations

Recreation
  » Laurelville Campgrounds


 

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