Hocking Hills State Park has over 25 miles of trails varying from
asphalted wheelchair accessible walkways to rugged paths not easily
traversed. Each area is diverse, offering different characteristics from
breathtaking cliff edges to recess caves to open meadows.
Click on the region below for more information on each including hike
times, length, maps:
Ash Cave - 1/2 mile hemlock-lined trail leading to a large recess cave. Wheelchair and stroller accessible to cave.
Cedar Falls - Hemlock-lined trail with bridges leads to waterfall.
Old Man's Cave - Waterfalls, cliffs and rock formations make this a popular 1 mile hiking area.
Conkle's Hollow - Upper and lower trails lead hikers along cliff edges and wonderful views.
Cantwell Cliffs - One of the more remoted areas of the Hocking Hills with rock formations and cliffs.
Rock House - Rugged trails, a cave and beautiful views of rich forestland.