Local Area Attractions
Hocking Hills State Parks
This is what it is all about and over 3 million visitors a year come to see. Hocking Hills State Park includes over 25 miles of hiking trails, pristine waterfalls, awesome rock formations, abundant wildilfe and public rappelling (Old Man's Cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Rockhouse, Conkle's Hollow, Cantwell Cliffs, Lake Logan). If you have never been here maybe it's time to see why so many people come, and then come back - again and again.
Our million dollar view!
Enjoy the scenic view from on top of our hill. As one of the oldest Class A campgrounds in Hocking Hills we are known for our "KOA" name. Come check out our clean and modern facilities while discovering the Hocking Hills region.
The 19-mile Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is named in honor of the first inhabitants of this southeastern Ohio region. "Hockhocking," which means "bottleneck" or "twisted," was the native Indian name for the Hocking River; Adena reflects the history of the Adena Indians who lived in the Hocking Valley over 2,000 years ago.
We invite you to explore the bikeway's history and beauty by bike, foot, wheelchair, rollerblades or other forms of non-motorized transportation (no horseback riding permitted.)
The Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is located on the old Columbus and Hocking Valley Railroad bed. Construction of the rail line between Columbus and Athens was completed in July 1870.
Local Area Activities
Welcome to the Hocking Hills where outdoor adventure seekers will find plenty of things to do. Unsurpassed beauty along miles of trails carry hikers past waterfalls, through prehistoric caves and along spectacular cliff top vistas. Paddle a canoe, ride a train or play a round of putt-putt on one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in America! There are quaint, out-of-the-way shops to explore for special treasures for those who prefer activities indoors! The area also offers a great variety of dining options. And of course you may find just relaxing at the campground is perfect for you. With so much to do you may find you need to spend an extra day or two!
Hocking Valley Scenic Railway
Family fun thats entertaining and educational! Volunteer-operated historic train rides Memorial Day weekend through October at Noon and 2:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. Special event trains include: Easter Bunny Train, Train Robbery, Caboose-only, Fall Foliage, Santa Trains and New Years Eve Train. Reservations strongly suggested for all Special Event and Fall Foliage trains. Visit our website or call our toll-free call center for more information and to buy tickets!
Hocking Hills Golf Club
The 18-hole regulation golf course offers golfers a unique blend of affordability and challenging golf centered in the beautiful Hocking Hills of Southeastern Ohio. The scenic views of the Hocking Valley are only accented by this breathtaking course.The Hocking Hills Golf Club is an exciting Par-71 course measuring 5,861 yards. The rolling terrain has been modified into a magnificent layout by designer, Jack Kidwell. From the bent-grass tee boxes, and the tree-lined fairways, to the meticulously manicured greens, we are sure that you will find us to be the finest public golf course in Southeastern Ohio!
Local Area EventsListing Calendar
Shoot the Hills Photography Competition
All photographers are invited to join Ohios largest photo contest, Shoot the Hills. Held annually in the Hocking Hills region, the contest primarily promotes nature photography. Cash and prizes will be awarded to winners at the conclusion of the 3-day photography event.Free photography tips, techniques & recommendations. New contest categories, registration and more information about this year's location at Camp Oty'Okwa can be found on the event website.
Washboard Music Festival
The Washboard Music Festival is Ohio's most unique music festival. Bring the whole family and spend Father's Day weekend in the beautiful Hocking Hills exploring our magnificent natural wonders and enjoying the great entertainment of The Washboard Music Festival.
Stroll through gardens of daylilies, hostas, perennials, annuals and sculptures. More than 60 artists and crafts people sell their work, many demonstrating their techniques. Features include special speakers and workshops, as well as music, a native butterfly house and the Lost Viking Hoard. Admission is free.
Pre-festival events are being held July 5 to 8 - see the website for more details as available.No pets, please. Wear walking shoes. Children, strollers welcome. Food available for purchase. Plants available for purchase. Held rain or shine; no indoor shelter. Portable toilets / hand-washing stations available.