The colossal Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio is home to some of the best scenery and hiking trails in the Midwest. If you’re looking to get some fresh air and spend the day outside, visit the caves at this picturesque state park for an adventurous day with friends or family!
The caves inside Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park are a must-see while visiting this serene region. Below are three caves that attract visitors from across the nation! Remember to view the Hocking Hills State Park map to see how the trails lead you to each cave.
There is so much to see when visiting Old Man’s Cave, making it one of Ohio’s most popular attractions. This cave was naturally formed into a half-mile long, 150-foot deep gorge. The one-mile hike around Old Man’s Cave offers many unique bridges and scenic views. A stone bridge and rugged trails lead to the waterfall, and Sphinx Head will introduce hikers to unique rock formations. Also, another part of Old Man’s Cave is the Devil’s Bathtub, located in the upper gorge. This weak layer of blackened sandstone is enlarged by the swirling action of Old Man’s Creek, creating the whirlpool that is the Devil’s Bathtub.
This horseshoe-shaped cave (700 feet long, 100 feet deep, and 90 feet tall) is one of the largest recess caves east of the Mississippi. Ash Cave offers an upper and lower trail for hiking, each approximately a half-mile long. Across from Ash Cave lies a beautiful waterfall that freezes from top to bottom during the winter! Getting to Ash Cave is made easy, as visitors will follow the flat path from the parking area to the cave.
Rock House at Hocking Hills is the only true cave in the state park. Many natural cut-outs in the cave look like windows! If you peer through these “windows,” you will be able to gaze at the greenery of the valley below. The tunnel-like cave is located midway up a 150-foot cliff made of Black Hand sandstone. To learn more about the Rock House and its rich history, visit Hocking Hill’s Official website!
Make Yourself at Home at Cut Above Cabins
After a full day of exploration inside Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park, head back to our luxury lodges on Lake Logan for some relaxation and late-night fun. We unquestionably have the ideal cabin for your group, whether you’re traveling with family or a large group of friends. Each cabin has different accommodations, including massage chairs, hot tubs, Roku televisions, private decks, arcade games, and more. Glance at our cabins online, and choose one with the perfect amenities for your group. An adventurous, luxurious, and peaceful weekend is only a phone call away 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
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Additional guests are charged per person,
(children under 6 months are not charged)
per night with a minimum of 2 nights
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Summit & Big Pine includes 8 guests
($25 per person-per night over count of 8)
Avalón Villa & Bélla Casa includes 4 guests
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Frontier includes 2 guests
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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