Come to Pollywogg Hollër

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What to Bring?
We provide all bedding, linens, lanterns and firewood for your stay. Be prepared to do a little walking... Pollywogg Hollër is located a short 1/4 mile hike from the road. Time at Pollywogg Hollër is all about being outdoors with nature. We recommend you dress in layers according to the season. Wear sturdy footwear and bring a flashlight for night time travels between buildings. You may want to bring flip flops for the shower house or use in the sauna. If you are traveling with small children we recommend bringing appropriate foods for their dietary needs. Sorry we do not allow pets.

Can we bring our own food and drink?
We are a fully licensed premise, Hotel, Bar & Restaurant & do not allow outside food or beverages to be brought in.

Is the Holler family friendly?
Children under the age of 21 are welcome to come with their parents (or with parental consent) for overnight stays. During private events we ask that children under the age of 21 are under the care of an adult at all times.

In general our Sunday Public hours, April-Nov, 1-6 pm are considered an "adult type, drinking environment", 21 & over only. We are a fully licensed premise & our bar will open in accordance with the State Liquor Authority guidelines & requirements for our licensing. We will offer a few FAMILY FRIENDLY PIZZA DAYS at the beginning & end of each season. Children under 21 will be welcome on FAMILY FRIENDLY PIZZA DAYS & must be in the company of their parent or adult guardian at all times.

Liquor policies? Zero Tolerance Policy: We do not allow patrons to bring in alcoholic beverages. We will ask you to leave if you are seen bringing in your own beverages. We reserve the right to refuse service to any visibly intoxicated person. No sales to minors under 21. “Government Warning: According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects". Stay Alive, don't drink and drive. Please drink responsibly & always bring a designated driver.

Can we pitch a tent?
We do not allow tent camping, but have several cabin's available for rental.

Are dogs Allowed?
No dogs please. Only trained Service Animals are allowed by Federal Law. We do not allow Emotional Support Animals.  

Are there cats?
We practice natural pest control, we have cats! Meet our family of furry friends: America and Liberty. These are working cats. While they are friendly and you can pet them we ask that you do not feed them. Don't worry they do have access to the Main Lodge for shelter so we ask that you do not allow them in the other cabins.

Is there heating, hot water or electricity?
We are off the grid, so we do not utilize traditional utilities at Pollywogg Hollër. Each cabin has its own source of heat & is lit by lantern light. We have a gravity fed water system pumped from our artesian well for showering. Both the bath house & Sugar Shack showers are heated by converted propane systems. We provide complimentary bottled water for all overnight guests as well as Health Department approved UV Filtered water.

Is Pollywogg Hollër handicap-accessible? Yes, we are accessible by wheelchair when you travel the outer trail. Part of the adventure of Pollywogg Holler is the walk in. We have placed several benches along the 1/4 mile walking path so if need be you can take a break and enjoy the scenery.

Is there Internet access?
There is no Wi-Fi or cell service at Pollywogg Hollër, but we promise you will find a better connection.

The bath house?
We offer a shared bath house for use at the main camp of Pollywogg Hollër. It contains a heated, gravity fed shower for two as well as a Clivus Multrum composting toilet privately tucked around the corner. You will find 4 other small outhouses located around the property for use. The Sugar Shack is our only cabin that has its own amenities - shower, sink, and toilet.

Mosquitoes?
At Pollywogg Hollër we practice natural pest control. We stock & maintain our ponds as bountiful habitats for frogs & toads, who do a good job of keeping the mosquito population under control. That is after all how we came to be know as Pollywogg Hollër!