Blooming flowers, endless seas of greenery-- the transition from spring to summer is really delightful and hiking through Hocking Hills Ohio is a must in any season! Hocking Hills State Park is located nearby Cut Above Cabins so bring your hiking shoes when you’re looking for things to do in Hocking Hills Ohio! Our Ohio State Parks offer an abundance of gorgeous, peaceful treks for you and your family to enjoy! As you make your way to Logan Ohio for your summer vacations, we’d like to give you a little guidance on the best places to hike in Hocking Hills State Park!
Whether you’re five or sixty-five the trek to Ash Cave is an easy trail for beginners and a beautiful place to take in breathtaking views. The short gorge trail is a quick ten-minute walk to the cave and waterfall, which is perfect for kids! Traverse through the upper-trail beyond the cave, and you will find yourself getting a great workout in. Your kids will have the time of their life climbing and hiking in the natural beauty around these trails. Walk to the falls after a recent rainy spring day, and you’ll see the waterfall endlessly flowing down the massive rock formations into the tranquil pools below so bring your camera!
While you’re out discovering the hidden gems of Hocking Hills State Park a hike to the Rock House is an absolute must! The rich history of the Rock House cave has stood the test of time, as it was used as a hiding place for robbers, bootleggers, and horse thieves! The moderately rugged walk to Rock House is around a half-mile so plan to spend a half hour to an hour making your way there! Take time to recharge as nature is evident in the Rock House as you stand inside the cave noticing pigeons cooing and delighting in the alluring sounds of trickling water. At the cave, you’ll observe names chiseled into the sandstone, along with dates, so spend time trying to find the oldest one!
Beware, you’ll notice an abundance of furry friends on the dog-friendly trail to Cedar Falls! Located on the east end of the Hocking Hills State Park, the two-mile well-maintained trail offers a chance to stretch your legs on a semi-steep trail that follows upstream to Cedar Falls. Along the trek, you’ll cross over a bridge as you gaze up you’ll feast your eyes on a massive cliff wall! Cross the next bridge for an ideal spot to see the Cedar Falls waterfall! The trail ends at the falls, and you take the same route back to the point where you started. Take in moments watching the streaming water rush through the rock formations and provides a mystical natural place for your kids to play!
Rustic Lake Logan Cabins
Our cozy Cut Above Cabins are located centrally in an area that offers peaceful days in nature! Connect with your loved ones as you spend time hiking through Hocking Hills State Park. Come back to your Logan Ohio lodging and delight in a home-cooked meal with our full kitchen setups. To browse through our rustic Lake Logan cabins, visit us online at www.cutabovecabins.com. Our friendly staff will walk you through booking your stay, give us a call at 1-877-839-9983!
I am the owner of Cut Above Cabins along with my Mother Catherine. WE LOVE the Hocking Hills and we want to share this glorious place with you and contribute to a memorable get~a~way! Evelyn
Hours - 7 days - 8 AM to 8 PM
* Base Rates include a set number of Guests.
Additional guests are charged per person,
(children under 6 months are not charged)
per night with a minimum of 2 nights
and is added to the base rates.
Summit & Big Pine includes 8 guests
($25 per person-per night over count of 8)
Avalón Villa & Bélla Casa includes 4 guests
($33 per person-per night over count of 4)
Frontier includes 2 guests
($25 per person-per night over count of 2)
Château Lake Logan includes 2 guests
($50 per person-per night over count of 2)
(Minimum charge for all guests is 2 nights)
Absolutely no unreported/unpaid day visitors
One weekend night - Friday or Saturday -
will require two nights paid at weekend rate
NO PETS AT ANY OF OUR PROPERTIES
Background photography by
Bud Schrader Photography
While the "stay in place" order is in effect in Ohio - April 6th,
you must fall into one of these three categories to legally travel to the Hocking Hills and stay in a cabin.
1. A displaced person
2. An essential worker
3. I need to isolate my family, a family member or myself due to covid-19