8 Must-See Hocking Hills, Ohio Attractions


Must See Hocking Hills Attractions

Marveling at the breathtaking landscapes is one of the best things to do in Hocking Hills and there’s plenty of natural formations that are a must see in Hocking Hills.

Ash Cave can be accessed by a short hike along the lower paved trail (the paved trail ends within a ½ mile into a sandy region in the recessed cave). 

Ash Cave

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Cantwell Cliffs Located in one of the most remote areas of Hocking Hills, those willing to venture to Cantwell Cliffs will be rewarded with a challenging hike and breathtaking views.

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Cedar Falls

Surrounded by beautiful hemlock and steep rock walls, Cedar Falls plunges 50-feet into the valley below.

Old Man’s Cave

Hermit Richard Rowe once called this area home in the late 1700’s. Deriving its name from the hermit, Old Man’s Cave is the most visited area in the park. Old Man’s Cave contains five sections: Upper Falls, Upper Gorge, Middle Falls, Lower Falls and Lower Gorge.

Rock House

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As the only true cave in the park, the corridors of the Rock House await to be explored.

Moonville Tunnel

Finding the tunnel can be a bit challenging, once on OH-278 turn onto Hope-Moonville Road and continue along the gravel road for several miles, the parking lot will be on the left side.

There are plenty of beautiful places to visit in Hocking Hills and outdoor activities like hiking, biking and kayaking are the main Hocking Hills attractions.

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