A picture of a Getaway cabin in Boston. All Rights Reserved to Michelle Watt.

A business that markets tiny cabins where visiting urban dwellers can unplug and reconnect with nature has set its sights on Burrillville, Rhode Island, with hopes to build a 65-unit campground on a property currently owned by the Rhode Island Boy Scouts, according to nrinow.news.

Brooklyn-based Getaway has submitted a preliminary proposal that envisions three lots within the Buck Hill Scout Reservation totaling around 180 acres as the location for their latest commercial outpost.

With a current list of some 30 destinations across the country, Getaway promotes its properties as, “a way to create distance from the relentless demands of work, schedules, and technology.”

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