Warm up in Hocking Hills During the Fourth Annual Comfort Food Cruise
Thanks to those cold winter months, it’s easy to assume most activity is pretty much frozen until spring’s thaw.
That’s not the case for Hocking Hills.
You could embrace the cold and check out gorgeous ice formations with our annual winter hike or Frozen Fest. But if you’re just fed up with jackets, boots and gloves, maybe the annual Comfort Food Cruise is more your speed.
The fourth annual Comfort Food Cruise includes more than 10 stops throughout the region and plenty of delectable foods from scrumptious brownies, chicken noodles and biscuits and gravy. Taking place every weekend in January beginning the 14th and ending on the 29th, food cruise tickets are just $18 and $5 of every ticket sold is donated to local food pantries. You can purchase your tickets in person at the Welcome Center or online at explorehockinghills.com.
Don’t wait another second and get planning, your stomach will thank you! Don't forget to share your experience online with #ComfortFoodCruise.
Start your cruise out right. The Hocking Hill Regional Welcome Center will be serving coffee and mini cinnamon rolls from 8 a.m. until 12 noon. Stop by and visit the world's only Pencil Sharpener Museum and pick up your free Comfort Food Cruise souvenir -- 13178 State Route 664 S, Logan; serving from 8 a.m. to noon
Meat Loaf - M&M Family Diner
Biscuits & Gravy - Pearl's
Banana Bread French Toast - Hocking Hills Dinner
Jack's Famous Cabbage Soup - Jack's Steak House
Prime Rib Sliders - Boot Factory Grill
Turkey Pot Pie - Lake Hope Lodge
Ultimate Chocolate Brownie - Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls
Chocolate Churro - Maya Burrito
Mac & Cheese - Millstone Barbeque
Chicken & Noodles or Mashed Potatoes (your choice) - Olde Dutch Restaurant
Pizza - Pizza Crossing
Chicken Salad & Chili - The Home Tavern
More events in Hocking Hills
Looking for more things to do in Hocking Hills during your cruise? After you purchase tickets online, request your free Official Visitor’s Guide here.