Hocking Hills Hiking and Fishing

Whether you’re ready to hang the “Gone Fishing” sign or break-in a new pair of hiking boots, no destination could be better than the Hocking Hills region of Ohio to enjoy a great outdoor adventure. The number of Ohio hiking trails available to the adventurous hiker, will keep your boots moving along for days exploring the beautiful scenery and natural wonders that abound in Hocking Hills State Parks, including Old Man’s Cave, Cedar Falls and Conkle’s Hollow. What’s more, Hocking Hills State Park Trails are open year round from dawn to dusk.

Avid fishermen and women will find the 400 acres of water in nearby Lake Logan State Park as well as Rose Lake stocked with schools of pike, bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, and saugeye. So whether your getaway gear includes walking sticks or rods and reels, be sure to make your way to Old Man’s Cave Chalets at the end of the day, where you can unwind in one of our Hocking Hills lodges, cabins, log homes, or secluded cottages.

Pet-friendly accommodations are available for those who prefer to bring their family pet along on their hiking or fishing trip.

Fishermen and women, please note: When planning your Ohio fishing weekend or vacation, please plan to obtain or hold valid fishing permits or licenses. Visit the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.