Ohio is a beautiful state all year round, but with autumn colors and bountiful golden harvest in the fields, fall in Ohio is my favorite time of the year!
Over the weekend, we hopped on the motorcycle to enjoy the beautiful fall colors and the sunny skies.
Hocking Hills is a 2,300-acre park situated in southeastern Ohio. This picturesque Ohio region captivates visitors with unique and beautiful landscapes.
With cascading waterfalls, caves, cliffs, gorges, and forests, the abundance of natural scenery is breathtaking!
Cedar Falls is located in the valley of Queer Creek. Descend the almost 100 steps down into the valley, and take in beautiful views of the forest, rock walls, and Queer Creek.
Cedar Falls is the largest waterfall (by water volume) in the Hocking Hills area. Queer Creek flows over the Blackhand sandstone to make a breathtaking and striking backdrop.
Old Man’s Cave is the most popular scenic area in Hocking Hills. Named after the hermit, Richard Rowe, who lived in the cave in the 1800’s, Old Man’s Cave is stunning.