Adventure is calling - and you've got options. Whatever it is you like to do, follow the paths of this handy guide to choose your next direction.
Climb into the saddle at Uncle Bucks' Riding Stable for a ride to Moonville Tunnel or share a meal around the fire on one of Spotted Horse Ranch's Cowboy Cookouts.
Once used as a shelter, the recess cave at the end of this short, easy hike features a waterfall. During winter the water forms an icy stalagmite.
Democracy Steps, which were created by Akio Hizume, the greatest waterfall by volume in the region and a centralized location make this hike a classic.
Find more than 4 miles of trails, waterfalls, cool features such as Devil's Bathtub, a campground and more at this popular spot.
This hemlock-lined trail offers a swinging bridge, scenic overlook and a walkway lining the cave.
The only true cave in Hocking Hills State Park, this tunnel-like corridor with high ceilings is carved into 150-foot sandstone cliffs and is easy to access.
The more rugged rim trail offers great vistas, while the easier gorge hike offers fascinating geologic features in the cliff walls at this remote-feeling spot.
The rim trail at this state nature preserve is long and rugged, but offers hikers some of the best vistas in the region from 200-foot tall cliffs.
Paddle by the light of the moon on a night float at Hocking Hills Canoe Livery, Hocking Hills Adventures or Lake Logan Marina.
Dance your heart out listening to live music throughout the hills at hot spots like Hocking Hills Winery, Brewery33, and Millstone BBQ.