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Activities near Hocking Hills


  • Blue Valley Massage & Traveling Spa: Why leave the comfort of your cabin? They come straight to you! Couple's side-by-side massage, hot stone massage, facials, wraps and more! Call for details, (740) 653 - 2256.

  • Natural Remedies Massage: Refresh and rejuvenate your mind and body with an unforgettable side-by-side massage in your cozy cabin. They come to you! Call for details, (740) 407 - 2814.


  • Olde Dutch Restaurant: Family style dining located in Logan. Call (740) 385 - 1000.

  • Pizza Crossing: Located in Logan. Open 7 days a week. Call (740) 385 - 8558.

  • Hocking Hills Urban Grille: Excellent array of fine steaks, salads, and pasta. The dining room offers breathtaking views of a gold course and surrounding hills. Call for details, (740) 385 - 8966.

  • Ridge Inn: In Laurelville, open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Call for details, (740) 332 - 0300.


Family Fun

  • Rempel's Grove Adventure Golf, Petting Zoo, and Ice Cream: One of the most beautiful and challenging 18-hole miniature golf courses in America. Thousands of flowers, caves, and waterfalls. Huge original wildlife carvings. Click on the link to find out more!

  • Rock Climbing and Rappelling: Hocking Hills Rock Climbing and Rappelling is an adventure that will be remembered for life! Earth-Water-Rock specialized in Hocking Hills rock climbing, offering guided outings in the Hocking Forest. Click the link to find out more!

  • Stuart's Opera House: Southeast Ohio's Showcase for the Performing Arts. Click the link to find our more!

  • Tecumseh: Witness the epic life story of the legendary Shawnee leader as he struggles to defend his sacred homelands in the Ohio country during the late 1700's. Click the link to find out more!


  • Zipline Canopy Tours: Their multiple tour options allow something for everyone, including their new Dragonfly for kids!

  • Valley Zipline Tours: Hang 15 - 40 feet above the ground and cover 7,000 feet of ziplining excitement.

Horseback Riding

  • Blue Moon Acres: Their specialty is individuals, couples or smaller groups providing a more personal, adventurous experience! Open April 1st through mid-November. Call for details, (740) 380 - 6230.

  • Happy Trails Horseback Rides: Centrally located in Hocking Hills, they offer rides for beginners and advanced riders. Guaranteed a scenic ride from an hour long, to all day. The choice is yours! Open April through October. Call for details, (740) 380 - 6372.

Canoe, Kayak, and Raft

  • Hocking Hills Adventures: The stretch covers 15 miles passing by the Natural Rockbridge. Call for details, (740) 385 - 8685.

  • Hocking Hills Canoe Livery: Two canoe trip options available based on your preferred length time. Both are great for beginners! Cover the Hocking River and enjoy scenic views. Call for details, (740) 385 - 0523.

Hocking Hills State Parks: Obtain the visitors guide with a detailed map inside your cabin at check-in!

  • Old Man's Cave: Hocking Hills most popular feature! Two large waterfalls with swirling pools, deep gorges and massive rock formations.

  • Cedar Falls: Some of the most popular falls, a 50-foot waterfall falls over the cliff face. A well-kept picnic area is located within a short walk.

  • Ash Cave: Located in the southernmost part of the Hocking Hills, Ash Cave has the most impressive recess caves in the area. It has a runoff waterfall that drops 90 feet into a pool, and during the winter, the waterfall transforms into a soaring ice sculpture that often stretches from the top to the bottom.

  • Cantwell Cliffs: Located in the northern most part of Hocking Hills, Cantwell Cliffs is a high cliff that overhangs as the shape of a horseshoe.

  • Conkle's Hollow: A half-mile walk takes you through breathtaking 200-foot cliffs to the trail's end. Numerous waterfalls cascade over its sandstone cliffs.

  • Rockbridge State Nature Preserve: As Ohio's largest natural bridge, it spans 100 feet long and 10 - 20 feet wide.

  • Rock House: As the only true cave in the park, this tunnel-like corridor is situated midway up a 150-foot cliff of Black Hand sandstone.

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