Your [Jubach Log] HOME for the HOLIDAYS

The holidays are a special time to build lifelong memories. Oftentimes, the holiday memories we hold dearest are the time we spent with loved ones, including baking, crafting, playing games, watching movies, enjoying hot cocoa by the fire, playing in the snow, and other similar activities.

A holiday spent together in your own log home in the Hocking Hills provides limitless opportunities to create these lifelong memories.

– For Jubach Log Home owners with adult children, joining together under one roof brings back the holiday magic of waking up and enjoying breakfast together in PJs. It brings back the experience of falling asleep on the couch watching holiday movies. And, it allows grandparents to expand this invaluable experience to include their grandchildren as well.
– For Jubach Log Home owners with younger children, celebrating the holidays in a secluded place like the Hocking Hills provides a special time to enjoy each other without the distractions of our typical daily life. Each family member is sure to feel more valued as you spend time together with holiday celebrations!

A Jubach Log Home owner once told us, “When my family comes here for the holidays, it’s the only time I get all my kids and grandkids in one place at one time to sleep under one roof.”

Just think of the holiday magic you can create with your entire family under one roof! A Jubach Log Home in the Hocking Hills can bring more magic to your holidays. And the best part, you can turn any weekend into a special time together if you own your oasis in the Hocking Hills!

See how Jubach Log Home owners bring their kids and grandkids together in the Hocking Hills!

Here are just a few ways to celebrate time together in your Jubach Log Home in the Hocking Hills:

  • Set up a hot cocoa bar and let everyone create their beverage of choice to enjoy by the fire.
  • Create a Thankful Tree by having everyone write what they’re thankful for and hanging it on the tree. You could write on a round piece of paper tied with a string, on a blank ornament, on a wood slice ornament – the options are endless!
  • Bake holiday treats together. Dig out old family recipes and make holiday treats from the past. Share stories and memories from the past as you bake.
  • Host a wine tasting with 21-and-over friends and family – in front of the fire, by the firepit or on the deck, depending on the weather.
  • Go for a hike and explore your property together. Gather items to use for holiday crafting, such as pinecones, evergreen, sticks, berries and more.
  • Work together as a family to be generous. You can make holiday cards to deliver to local nursing homes, create care packages for troops overseas, make gift baskets for local health providers and/or teachers, or talk through how you want to be generous with your time and/or finances as a family in 2024.


What are some of your family’s holiday traditions? How can you make them even more special this year?