Hiking

Avoid the crowds on the popular trails and go for a hike on Crockett’s Run state-park level hiking trail. Observe a 30-foot-tall waterfall that twists and falls over eroded stone; a smaller waterfall  flows into a nearby stream. Stop and take in the views of our beautiful gorge, mossy logs and rocks, and lush native plants.

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Massage, Spa and Yoga

Blue Valley Massage is the premier traveling spa of the Hocking Hills. Enjoy the variety of services that Blue Valley has to offer all in the comfort of your cabin. Services include massages, facials, personal yoga sessions, and more!

 

Picnic

There are up to 10 picnic tables on the property, each embracing the stunning hills.. Enjoy your lunch at a table under a shelter, or bring a blanket and sit on the grassy lawn with a view of the pond.

Bonfires

Each house has its own outdoor fire pit. If you have a large group, you can enjoy a bonfire by our 8-foot-wide fire pit in the gorge. Wood is available on site and can be purchased for $6 a bundle.

Fishing

Bring your fishing poles and haul in a big one! Our pond is stocked with large and smallmouth bass, croppie, and bluegill.

Volleyball

Outfitted with a brand-new net, this court is fun for everyone.

Paddle Boating

Kids love our paddle boat! Wear them out by having them paddle around our pond for hours on end. The best part of all, our paddle boat is free!

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Playground

Kids enjoy playing on our wooden playground. It includes a swing, teeter totter, slide, treehouse, rings, and a bench swing.

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Nearby

 

Buckeye Trail

The famous Buckeye Trail runs adjacent to our property. This 1,400-plus mile hiking trail winds around the state of Ohio. As the longest circular trail in the nation, this path passes through some of Hocking Hills most scenic regions. It features views of Wayne National State Forest, Lake Logan State Park, Conkle’s Hollow, Old Man’s Cave, Cedar Falls, Hocking State Forest, Ash Cave, and the Tar Hollow State Forest.

State and Metro Parks

There are so many parks nearby to explore! Check out the list below, and visit Hocking Hills Visitor Guide to learn more about each park.

Clear Creek Metro Park, Rockbridge State Nature Preserve, Conkle’s Hollow Nature Preserve, Lake Logan State Park, Old Man’s Cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Lake Hope, Rock House, Cantwell Cliffs, Burr Oak, Tar Hollow, Hocking State Forest, Wayne National Forest

Wine Tasting

Hocking Hills Winery is a friendly gathering place for locally crafted wines, appetizers, food trucks, live music, and events. Sit by the large fire pit, play corn hole, and enjoy their delicious wine slushies on a summer day.

Antiquing

Check out the Logan Antique Mall, Rockbridge Antiques, Art and Collectibles, Spring Street Antique Mall, and Hocking Hills Market for some unique and hard-to-find pieces.

Golfing

Hocking Hills Golf Club

Ziplining

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours is only a 12 minute drive from Crockett’s Run. Zip through the treetops overlooking jagged rock formations, the Hocking river, and earth’s floor below.

Canoe and Kayaking

Bring or rent a canoe or kayak and hop on the Hocking Hills Adventures’ Canoe Livery, which is only a few minutes away.

ATV, Paintball, and Family Rope Courses

R Adventure Park is a recreational facility that offers the only ATV rental in Ohio. It contains two paintball fields and the world’s largest family ropes course. Take the time to check out the Moonshiners’ Mystery Shack!