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Frequently Asked Questions



Spring in Hocking Hills

In winter, Hocking Hills turns into a magical wonderland! Pack your sturdy boots and warm clothes to embrace all winter has to offer.

Lodging in the Spring

Planning ahead and booking soon will help make sure you get the kind of lodging you want! Midweek travel will often come with better prices! If weekends work best, be sure to plan in advance to snag your favorite cabin.

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Spring Break in Hocking Hills

Welcome, adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts! Spring break is around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the break from routine than with a family getaway to the picturesque Hocking Hills in Ohio? From breathtaking landscapes to thrilling outdoor activities, Hocking Hills has everything you need for an unforgettable and rejuvenating spring break with your loved ones.

10 Reasons to Visit Hocking Hills, OH

Hocking Hills, Ohio, is a captivating region known for its natural beauty and outdoor adventures. Here are 10 reasons why you should visit the picturesque area


Once you arrive to the Hocking Hills there will be many places for you to purchase firewood. Many lodging options provide wood for purchase on-site. However, if you still need to find some, take a quick drive down 664 South for many buying opportunities. 

Handicap Accessible Trails


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Best Places to See the Sunset/Sunrise

Want to view a spectacular sunset/sunrise in the Hocking Hills? Choose one of the lakes in the area:

Lake Logan, Rose Lake, and Lake Hope

Want a wide sky view? Check out Green Summit Cemetery in Adelphi. 

The Differences between the State Parks and Nature Preserves

The difference mostly concerns the State government’s goal for that area. In general, State Nature Preserves focus more on the preservation of the area and thus have more restrictions and less human development. In contrast, state parks typically have more amenities such as bathrooms with plumbing, camp pavilions, developed campgrounds, and cabins, and may have a lodge.

Pet-Friendly Options 

We love your pets here at the Hocking Hills! The state parks are pet-friendly trails while the nature preserves are not. Some pet-friendly dining and brewery/winery options include: 

  • Maya Burrito Patio
  • Hungry Buffalo Patio
  • Millstone Patio
  • Coffee Emporium Patio
  • Hocking Hills Winery Patio
  • Brewery 33 Outdoor space 

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Last Minute Availability

Sometimes last-minute cancellations come up leading to availabilities. The best place to see if there is available lodging is to call the Regional Welcome Center located in Logan at 740-385-9706.