Visit the Hidden Gem Retreat at Old Man’s Cave Lodge in Hocking Hills. The cabin is located in central forest and only 4 miles from Old Man’s Cave. It can sleep up to 2 people.
Your holiday will include a spa treatment that includes a jacuzzi, infrared sauna and a relaxation massage. The beauty and natural splendors of the Hocking Hills are a treat. You can enjoy the firepit and hot tub. It’s the ideal getaway for both small and large families.
Hidden Gem Retreat offers a downstairs bedroom that can sleep up to 4 people. This room has a queen-sized Corsicana Hybrid Memory Sleep System Mattress and Corsicana Hybrid Memory Fam Deep Comfort Sleep System Bed. A separate loft with queen-sized beds and Corsicana Hybrid Memory Foam Deep Comfort Sleep System Mattress, a 1 person infrared sauna, a well-equipped, fully equipped kitchen, gas fireplace, WiFi, satellite TV and Other features include a Nordic hot tub for 4 people, an outdoor fire pit with seating, charcoal grill and washer and dryer.
Hocking Hills offers a variety of recreation activities to keep you busy throughout the year. You can spend a day kayaking or canoeing in the hills, as well as riding horses. Camping under the stars could be another option.
Enjoy a gentle breeze and a walk on the hills, or take a break from your busy schedule by ziplining. Hocking Hills is home to many outdoor activities such as canoe rental and lake swimming. A sunny day in Hocking Hills will allow you to relax and paddle on the river. The river is pleasant and has friendly guides.
Hocking Hills has a lot of great hiking trails. No matter what level of difficulty you are looking, there is a wide variety natural wonders to be explored. Conkel’s hollow Lake Hope State Park Lake Logan State Park Old Man’s Cave Rockbridge Nature Preserve Rock House are some of the most well-known attractions.
Hocking Hills Road Tours is another way to get people into this region. The roads in Hocking Hills were awarded the best in the Midwest by Car & Driver Magazine. These roads are found through forests, high above the ground, and around hairpin corners. Every season is unique.
Winter sees rock walls and cave walls covered in ice. Falls remain frozen. The landscape explodes with colors in spring and summer, when wildflowers are abundant and plentiful. Landscapes become spectacularly more colorful as summer transitions to autumn.