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Hocking Hills State Park is a 2,356-acre state park that spans seven non-contiguous park sections throughout Hocking County, roughly contiguous with Ohio's Hocking State Forest. It is known for its impressive rock formations and caves, including the Conkle's Hollow and Cantwell Cliffs gorges, recess caves Whispering Cave and Old Man's Cave, and the Rock House rock shelter. More than 4.2 million visitors come to the park each year for outdoor recreational activities such as boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming at Lake Logan and Rose Lake and hiking along trails such as the Buckeye Trail and Conkle's Hollow Rim. The park is also home to a free archery range, a zipline tour company, and 99 acres of land specifically set aside for rock climbing and rappelling. Overnight accommodations within the park and forest include private inns, rental houses and cabins, and more than 200 electricity-equipped campsites.
19852 OH-664, Logan, OH 43138, Phone: 740-385-6842
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