Outdoor Activities

Don't let summer end without taking on Hocking Hills adventures from nature trecks, canoeing, archery, air tours, ziplining, fishing, water rockets and more.

Celebrate Independence Day with gorgeous waterfalls and firework displays in Hocking Hills! With plenty of event options, even Uncle Sam would approve. 

These locally crafted spirits are the perfect drink to cool you down after a hot summer day on Hocking Hills' trails.

These stores have everything -- bears, car wrecks, galloping deer, hitchhiking ... oh my!

Launching Memorial Day Weekend, the shuttle was the result of collaboration between Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Hocking Hills State Park, Fun Bus and Hocking Hills Tourism Association, in hopes of better serving the park's five million visitors a year while supporting the sustainability of the state park and Hocking Hills' Historic Downtown, Logan.

Hocking Hills isn't just home to gorgeous waterfalls and trials. In fact, it is universally known for its gorgeous roadways and scenic routes that any roadster would go crazy for. 

Grandma Gatwood loved nature, her family and proving people wrong. It's no surprise the author of her biography couldn't help but fall in love and mourn a woman he never met. You will too. 

With one of the darkest night skies, best for viewing galaxies above, of course camping under the stars in Hocking Hills is an experience for the books. 

This April, join fellow travelers camping in the middle of Hocking Hills' revitalized downtown with live music, campfires, food trucks, drinks, a movie premier, book signing, crafts and more! 

Sick and tired of winter yet?  Make the most of it, get out of the house and have the best winter weekend ever in Hocking Hills the weekend of Jan. 20 with festivals, hikes, beer, wine and moonshine, and more things to do!