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What a great place to hike & take pictures. It’s a lot of up and hills & stairs. Some can be quite difficult. Wear good hiking boots, bring plenty of water. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at a picnic table. This is a pack...More
The park and trails are absolutely stunning. We hiked in the rain that day, and it was completely worth it. The waterfalls were amazing and really running from all the recent rain. The entire area makes you feel like you are on another planet. I...More
We were blown away by our visit to Hocking Hills State Park. The scenery is unbelievable wherever you go. There are options for lots of different activities, depending on what you enjoy.
One of our favorite features of the park was that for every sight...More
Swimming and Wading are prohibited in Hocking Hills State Park. Videos and photos like these are causing visitors to think these acts are okay and causing irreparable damage to the park and its ecosystem despite the many signs posted that it is prohibited. Please be...More
We are so lucky to have this state park so accessibly close so it’s hard to believe I’ve not gone to enjoy it in over 25 years! Very crowded on a sunny Sunday and was amazed at the visitors from several states and countries. Lovely...More
We spent 3 days hiking in the Hocking Hills area while camping at the Old Man's Cave area of Hocking Hills State Park. We had a campsite with some shade and plenty of space. We hope to return to this location again in the near...More
We rented a cabin for a last minute getaway. It was secluded and peaceful. Most important is that my husband was working in the area. He loved the 5 minute commute. The parks are beautiful. I highly recommend Jack's Steakhouse for a delicious meal.
Comprised of seven separately named sections attractions, this park appeals to visitors of all ages. Cantwell Cliffs is one of the more challenging sites due to a large number of vertical steps. It would be challenging for someone with arthritis but it is home to...More
Hiking and Natural Areas: This state park is astonishingly beautiful to hike and explore. There is plenty to enjoy in forests, streams, caves, and just really interesting places geologically, biologically, and historically. The hikes are very easy to moderate and I was pleased with the...More
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If it's one full day, you can drive to Cedar Falls, park, hike down to the Falls (a short and easy stroll) and then return to the parking lot and find the trailhead to Ash Cave. There is nothing spectacular on the way, so... More
If it's one full day, you can drive to Cedar Falls, park, hike down to the Falls (a short and easy stroll) and then return to the parking lot and find the trailhead to Ash Cave. There is nothing spectacular on the way, so if you are not into hiking, you can actually drive to Cedar Falls. You can also visit The Rock House. If you choose to drive to each place instead of hike, then you can also visit Old Man's Cave. Make sure you don't miss the Devil's bathtub there.