Ohio’s hiking trails are beautiful. Showcasing the state’s natural beauty and diverse landscapes, these special routes always renew our appreciation for the Buckeye State. Yet there are a handful of trails that are a bit more intriguing, either for their history or their alleged hauntings. Today’s feature trail is a creepy one because it will take you right through an abandoned railroad tunnel. The verdict is still out on whether this trail is haunted or not, but trust us when we say it will give you some pause. Here’s more on the creepiest hike in Ohio: King’s Hollow Tunnel.

Have you ever visited King’s Hollow Tunnel in Ohio? What did you think? Be sure to share your thoughts with us in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you! Word to the wise: If you’re planning to explore one of the spookiest tunnels in Ohio, you’ll certainly want to bring a flashlight with you!

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What are some other abandoned places in Ohio?

If you know where to find them, abandoned places are seemingly everywhere in Ohio. And while we don't condone exploring them, they are downright fascinating to learn about. Below you'll find a list of some abandoned places in Ohio:

  • Geauga Lake Amusement Park
  • SeaWorld
  • Helltown
  • Chippewa Lake Amusement Park
  • Moonville
  • Roseville Prison
  • Champion Electric
  • Mother Goose Land
  • Canal Locks
  • Molly Stark Hospital
  • Carpenter’s Mill
  • Peters Cartridge Company
  • Cincinnati's abandoned subway


It's difficult to pinpoint exactly what it is about abandoned places in Ohio that make them so alluring. Perhaps it's the memory of what they once were. If you agree, then you can explore some of these places from a safe distance when you take a road trip to some of the most abandoned places in Ohio.

What are some of the most haunted places in Ohio?

Now that we've taken a peek at some of Ohio's most abandoned places, let's explore the most haunted places in Ohio:

  • Ohio State Reformatory - Mansfield, Ohio
  • The Ridges - Athens, Ohio
  • Hell Town - Boston, Ohio
  • Beaver Creek State Park - East Liverpool, Ohio
  • Historic Park Hotel - Put-In-Bay, Ohio
  • Walhalla Road - Columbus, Ohio
  • Franklin Castle - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Moonville Tunnel - McArthur, Ohio
  • Majestic Theatre - Chillicothe, Ohio
  • Lima Tuberculosis Hospital - Lima, Ohio


Would you dare venture to any of these creepy places in Ohio?


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