Tag Archives: Rock House

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Rock House Trail

The Rock House Trail is an accessible trail that gives a fantastic view of cliffs, rock formations and the best of Hocking Hills State Park. The reward for your efforts is Rock House itself, an amazing sandstone cave set into a cliff in Hocking Hills. The Rock House is the only “real” cave in the area. Others are recess caves Continue Reading...
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Tha Native American History of Rock House

Rock House is a geological feature that sits inside Hocking Hills State Park and is a big draw for visitors. Most pay attention to the geological history of the area, but there is much more to it than that. The Rock House itself is a cave carved out of the Blackhand sandstone halfway up a cliff face. The earliest inhabitants Continue Reading...
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The History of Rock House

One simply cannot leave Hocking Hills without hiking through the trails of Rock House. This natural cave is among six other popular areas of Hocking Hills and is a must-see experience for all visitors in the area. While the look and difficult hike of the Rock House is what is known most commonly for, perhaps what it is more interesting Continue Reading...
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The Geology of Rock House in Hocking Hills

The Rock House in Hocking Hills is an ancient cave carved out of Blackhand sandstone prevalent in the area. Over millennia, water has worn away the softer rock, leaving the harder stone behind, creating the cave. Since time immemorial, the cave has been used for shelter, making things, housing animals and hiding from the law. It has quite an interesting Continue Reading...
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Hocking Hills State Park

Hocking Hills State Park is a real gem in Ohio, a short drive from Logan. It sits next to Hocking State Forest and the Ash Cave Recreation area and is very popular with tourists and locals who want to get back to nature and enjoy some spectacular scenery. The park itself is spread over 2,356 acres, with a further 17 Continue Reading...