Hiram House Camp hosted a Grand Opening on Friday, July 19, 2013 to unveil its new Log Cabin in Pioneer Circle in the heart of the scenic 172-acre youth camp, on 33775 Hiram Trail, in Moreland Hills, Ohio. This is the fourth new year-round Log Cabin, to be built in recent years as part of a multi-million dollar Capital Improvement Campaign and Master Plan for Hiram House, Ohio’s oldest camp, founded in 1896. Major funding to build and outfit the Log Cabin was donated by generous grants from The Abington Foundation, The Eva L. & Joseph M. Bruening Foundation, The Louise H. & David S. Ingalls Foundation, and The John B. Hollister, Jr. Fund. Camp officials expressed their deepest gratitude to them on behalf of all the children served by Hiram House. The all-weather, 4,300 square-foot rustic Log Cabin is nestled in the woods as part of the camp’s Lodge Village and will be used by Summer Campers, School Campers and Group Retreats. Some fifty guests attended the Open House and Reception for the new facility. See Photos below in our Photo Gallery & more details of New Log Cabin Grand Opening under News!