We Took The Road Less Traveled In Ohio’s Hocking Hills And Here’s What We Found

If you’ve lived in Ohio for any length of time, you’ve likely explored Old Man’s Cave, the Hocking Hills Market. and Cedar Falls. They’re wonderful places to visit but often accompanied by a crowd, especially on the weekends.

My name is April, and I’m a content editor here at OnlyInYourState. I’ve lived in Ohio my whole life and have learned to love it for what it is — roller coaster winters and all. I’ve hiked a trail or two, conquered a few record-breaking roller coasters, explored the rolling hills of Ohio Amish Country…and I think it’s safe to say that there’s truly no place like the Hocking Hills. If you’re looking to uncover some hidden gems in the area, I have a few suggestions from first-hand experience.

Watch the footage from our Travel Experts:

If you’re curious what you can expect to see in Hocking Hills (specifically Ash Cave), then check out the video below of the waterfall that cascades off of the rocks at Ash Cave!

To discover more incredible boots-on-the-ground adventures across America from our team of local travel experts, check out all of the articles in OnlyInYourState’s Everyday Explorers series. What destinations would you like to see featured next? Tell us where we should go on our nominations page.

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