Your no-frills, get-to-the-point guide to the best cabins in the Hocking Hills Region of Southeastern Ohio. So you can get what you came for - A Hike. A Cabin. Relaxation. In the Hocking Hills.
Entrance at the kiosk by the parking lot at Upper Falls (Old Man's Cave). Hikers pass recess caves along the trail (hikers must remain on designated trails, and cannot access caves), including the well-known Old Man’s Cave, waterfalls at Upper Falls, Lower Falls, and Devil’s Bathtub, cliffs, stone tunnels, and unique rock formations.
Entrance is near Kiosk at parking lots. There is a waterfall along the trail and a recess cave. The trail is a one-way loop that starts and ends at the parking lot. The path is approximately a 1/2 mile long.
The hiking trail is about a 1/2 mile long and with steps. It is a one-way trail system with a waterfall, bridges, and unique rock formations.
Parking at Old Man's Cave to access trail. 5-mile, one-way loop trail with steps, waterfalls, a huge recess cave, and a swinging bridge. To hike this trail, you must go the entire 5 mile loop as it is one way.
The Hocking Hills region is in Southeastern Ohio. Millions and millions of people visit the park every year.
There are two miles of trail with two loops (each is one mile). It takes approximately 60 to 80 minutes to hike each loop of the trail.
There are 2 Trails to hike, Upper Trail and Lower Trail:
1) Lower Trail is a ¾ mile long, wheelchair-accessible trail. It takes about 1 hour to hike the trail.
2) Upper Trail is a one-way trail that is 2 miles long.
Rock House Loop Trail is approximately 1 mile. Hikers can enter from either the upper or lower parking lot. Both trails come together and exit at the shelter house at the top.
Close to parks like Old Man's Cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Conkle's Hollow, Cantwell Cliffs, Rock House, and Whispering Cave.
Old Man's Cave
Hiking Trails at Hocking Hills State Park
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