Businesses throughout the Hocking Hills are reopening following extensive guidelines from the CDC and the State of Ohio. We are excited to announce that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has reopened all of Hocking Hills State Park. 


Parks and nature preserves that are currently open include:


More and more businesses are reopening daily so be sure to check out Explore Hocking Hills and HockingHills.com the most up-to-date information! We also encourage you to contact businesses ahead of time to confirm.

Southeastern  Ohio Highlights Include:

15 state parks (including Hocking Hills State Park, Tar Hollow, Lake Hope  & Lake Logan)

3 nature preserves (Rockbridge, Conkle's Hollow, & Clear Creek)

7 state forests (including Hocking, Tar Hollow, and Zaleski)

Wayne National Forest 

14 hunting and fishing areas

Adena State Memorial


Hocking Hills State Park has five sections: Old Man's Cave, Cedar Falls, Ash Cave, Cantwell Cliffs and Rock House.  All filled with breathtaking waterfalls, cliffs and gorges.

From hiking, canoeing, zipline tours, hunting & fishing,or bike trips to take in some of nature's masterpieces to outdoor theater, train rides, wineries, birding, to antiquing, Hocking Hills offers something for everyone.

Leisure Activities

Compilation of weekly events in the area.  

Want to stay inside?

 You don't have to leave the treehouse to have a great time! Our cozy treehouse accommodations allow you to enjoy nature from the comfort of the treehouse.


Enjoy the amazing scenery and sounds of nature from spacious wrap-around decks or while soaking in a cedar lined wood-burning hot tub. 


Each treehouse was designed with large windows, letting the outside come in.   

Sit back and roast marshmallows around your private fire pit.  

Local Events

Hocking Hills State Park

Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins

22784 Purcell Road

South Bloomingville, Ohio  43152


(614) 599-1899

Rock House | Hocking Hills Ohio

Rock House is the only true cave in Hocking Hills State Park