Hocking Hills, Ohio's Crown Jewel
While our beautiful Hocking Hills State Park is taking a rest, there are many parks and outdoor adventures to keep everyone entertained throughout your visit. Below is a list of the many parks open for hiking, boating, fishing and relaxing in the fresh air. In addition to these parks there are many adventure outfitters open and ready to provide a safe and fun experience. Social distance naturally as you fly through the tree tops, climb a real rock wall, explore on horseback, drop a line, paddle down a lazy river, fine tune your putting skills or pet some critters here and here
Two of the Hocking Hills State Park sites will be reopening on June 15. Rock House and Cantwell Cliffs will reopen with one-way trails and social distancing will be required. Our many, locally owned restaurants and taverns are also open for dine-in service and most are also offering carry-out, some offer limited delivery. Our shops and galleries are open with safe distancing.
Enjoy your visit, stay well and thank you for choosing to visit the Hocking Hills.
Lake Logan State Park: http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/lakelogan
Clear Creek Metro Park: https://www.metroparks.net/parks-and-trails/clear-creek/
Hockhocking Adena Parkway: https://www.facebook.com/HockhockingAdenaBikeway/
Lake Hope State Park: http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/lakehope
Stroud Run State Park: https://www.stateparks.com/stroud_run_state_park_in_ohio.html
Tar Hollow State Park: http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/tarhollow
Wayne National Forest: https://www.fs.usda.gov/wayne
Zaleski State Forest: http://forestry.ohiodnr.gov/zaleski
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