If you’ve ever been interested in kayaking the wild rivers of Appalachia and Southeastern Ohio, then these tours will leave you happy and amazed.
The Riverside Campground includes over 80 spacious sites along the Hocking River. In addition, the Riverside Campground has two picnic pavilions, perfect for grilling and family gatherings, and a full service shower house.
Lake Snowden is a full-service camp ground located only a few miles outside of Athens. The scenery provides a great environment for all of your outdoor camping pursuits.
All treks are led by expert guides. Exploring nature with a professional guide is a completely different kind of experience.
For thrill-seekers and nature lovers alike, it’s the perfect adventure for families, couples seeking to escape the fast-paced city, or adults looking for something new.
Called “The Hocking Hills most fun place to shop,” you’ll find a vast and unique selection of antiques, furniture, folk art, crafts, decor, produce, plants and more.
Claimed to be the most picturesque spot in the Hocking Hills, Cantwell Cliffs is located 17 miles from Old Man’s Cave with discourages mass visitation
Conkle’s Hollow is one of the most spectacular features within the Hocking Hills region.
Earth-Water-Rock Outdoor Adventures offers guided rock climbing and rappelling trips, canoe and kayak wildlife tours, and custom mountain biking and pedal and paddle trips.
Lake Hope State park is truly a nature lover’s dream; in the forest-draped hills, the observant visitor can discover the abundant natural resources of this wild and scenic park.
Check out the mile-long gorge that features waterfalls, rock formations, cliffs and scenic views.
At Tar Hollow State Park, explore the twisting park through 2.5 miles of mountain biking.
Uncle Buck’s Riding Stable and Dance Barn is located in New Marshfield, Ohio, just minutes from Athens. Not only can you enjoy breathtaking views of the beautiful Hocking Hills, you can enjoy it all on horseback! Hayrides and private parties are also available by appointment.
Located in the northern part of the Hocking Hills, they offer 11 zip-lines with three monster zips spanning over 1,000 feet across the valley.
Located deep in Zaleski Forest in Ohio near Lake Hope State Park, the Moonville Tunnel is all that remains from a small mining town that existed in the late 1850s. The Moonville Tunnel lies just across Raccoon Creek.