The Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is such an incredible experience that people drive from all over Ohio and the region just to ride it. The Bikeway’s low grade makes for an easy, relaxing 21-mile ride and the scenery is unforgettable.
Originally from Nelsonville, Rocky Outdoor Gear has expanded towards a world renown reputation for rugged outdoor and occupational footwear.
We envision Stuart’s Opera House as the cultural anchor and a center of expression on Nelsonville’s bustling and dynamic Public Square. It is a historic venue sought out by people of all ages, from all walks of life, and from near and far. Its well-earned reputation as an intimate, casual setting for continuous offerings of both familiar and innovative artistic performances and community events brings people back time and again.
The Wayne National Forest is located in the hills of southeastern Ohio. In the heart of the heavily populated midwest, this small National Forest covers a quarter million acres of Appalachian foothills.
The Hocking Valley Scenic Railway transports passengers back to a simpler time when the locomotive was the most efficient form of transportation.
Once the home and office of Dr. Isaac Porter Primrose, this exuberant 1892 Victorian is now a classic Bed and Breakfast. The house is filled with beautiful oak floors and trim, colorful stained glass transoms, and an original kitchen with marble countertop.
The Hyde House (formerly the Mead House) is a recently restored, lovingly decorated Victorian Bed & Breakfast located one block from Nelsonville’s Historic Square Arts District.
Visit Website Experiences beyond the classroom bring thousands of visitors to Hocking College and Southeast Ohio. Whether you attend Hocking College or are just visiting the area, you will quickly discover that nature offers its own lessons and there is knowledge to be gleaned even while taking in the gorgeous scenery. Within an hour’s drive View
A three-suite boutique inn that offers casually luxurious accommodations designed to appeal to the sophisticated traveler in the heart of downtown Nelsonville, Ohio.
The scenery is simply dazzling: deep craggy gorges carry hikers down hundreds of feet along gorgeous scenic trails; waterfalls cascade over soaring ledges.
On the final Friday of each month (with a break in December), galleries and retail shops on Nelsonville’s Historic Public Square stay open late to feature special art events.