And so much more in the Hocking Hills!
Hocking Hills State Park - The Hiking Regions are now all one-way trail systems
Discover the 7 different hiking areas of Hocking Hills State Park- Ash Cave, Old Man's Cave, Rock House, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs, and Whispering Cave Trail. Including maps, directions, and trail information.
Hocking Hills Cabins and Cottages
There are cabin and cottage rentals throughout the region close to the park and with hot tubs and full amenities. You can even make reservations Online. When you come for the day, stay for the night and see all that the park has to offer.
Hocking Hills State Park Camping
Hocking Hills State Park offers camping all year round - electric sites, camper cabins, group camps, and primitive sites.
Hocking Hills State Park Daily Programs
From guided night hikes through the dim recesses of Ash Cave in the spring to a snow-covered exploration for Ohio's elusive owls in the winter, the park offers its visitors programs all year long.
Hocking Hills Map and Directions Find out how to get to the park and map out your trip.
Hocking Hills State Park is located at:
19852 State Route 664 S
Logan, Ohio 43138
Park Office (740) 385-6841
Camp Office (740) 385-6165
At Old Man's Cave and accessible from the Old Man's Cave parking area.
Hocking Hills State Park is open year-round from dawn to dusk. Hikers must stay on the one-way designated trail system. Well-behaved, non-aggressive dogs are allowed in most areas, but all must be on a 6-foot leash. (Dogs are not permitted at Conkle's Hollow Nature Preserve.)
Seasonally, Ohio State Park Naturalists offer daily programs along with special events.
There are seven major hiking areas in Hocking Hills State Park - All are one-way trail systems.
Ash Cave, Old Man's Cave, Rock House, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs, and Whispering Cave Trail. These park areas offer a unique experience for those who walk its paths no matter what season (the park is open year-round from dawn to dusk)—located on the southern edge of Hocking County.