by Brian Oxford
The spirit of the Blue Moon Rising Village is that of a community. We invite you to come experience the beauty of #deepcreeklake while staying in one of our cabins. Appropriately named Waldens, after the American masterpiece by Henry David Thoreau, our vacation rentals complement the natural landscape of our site, and encourage a sense of community throughout.
Each Walden has a unique design and personality, and we hope that our residents enjoy each one for its distinct characteristics. The Waldens were built locally in Cranesville, MD by our friends at Hobbitat. They are primarily built out of locally sourced reclaimed lumber.
Bill Thomas and his team carefully crafted the spaces to fully capture what Garrett County Living is all about. While each centimeter of space is as valuable as the next, the design creatively fits the comforts of home into a cabin in the woods.
Built in the vein of the tiny home movement, our Waldens provide the best possible use of space for your vacation; a space to rest before your outdoor adventures, and then to relax and reflect afterwards.
Blue Moon Rising is the ultimate destination for those that are interested in a more sustainable lifestyle. Come get inspired. Unplug…Connect.
This video was made summer of 2012. By the summer of 2014 we plan to have 14 micro-cabins built from reclaimed lumber by Hobbitat. We also will have 2 unique community buildings, one strawbale constructed.
Our goal is to be as socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable as possible, not only for our business, but for our community.
Photography by Karlo Gesner of Karlo Photography