Hocking Hills State Park Offers Waterfalls, Hiking, Spelunking

Hocking Hills, noted for its sparkling waterfalls and an abundance of caves and hemlock-shaded gorge trails, offers a wide variety of activities, including hiking, rock climbing, rapelling, horseback riding, camping, hunting and fishing. The park is surrounded by Hocking State Forest, a 9,267-acre wooded haven with a heavy carpeting of wildflowers.

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5 Responses to “Hocking Hills State Park Offers Waterfalls, Hiking, Spelunking”

  1. Avatar of Kyle Zimmerman says:

    I`ve been there a couple of times and enjoyed every minute of it. We stayed 3 days and 2 nights in a log cabin in the woods. We went to Old Man`s Cave, The Devil`s Bathtub, Ash Cave and a few more. The woods are really cool and the trails offer quite a few of nature.

  2. Emily Zimmerman says:

    Sounds like fun:)

  3. Avatar of Donna Parker says:

    Hocking Hills sounds like a fantastic place. Hopefully one day I’ll get a chance to visit since it’s not really very far from us. However, I won’t be doing any rock climbing, spelunking or rapelling. lol I’ll be looking at the scenery and taking in nature.

    • Hocking Hills is a fantastic park for hiking. The Cantwell Cliffs put you on the edge and above the treetops. Cedar Falls is great when the water is running high and when there’s been little rainfall. Rock House might be my favorite. It includes lots of climbing and the rock house is a geologic marvel. For the handicapped, try Ash Cave. Totally accessible by wheelchair. There is so much more I’ll leave you to discover for yourself. Wear sturdy shoes and enjoy! Leave only footprints.

  4. I’ve never gone spelunking… sounds twisted! lol

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