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Cabin in Logan
Lovebirds Landing
Lovebirds Landing is our bird-themed log cabin which is practically an open-air aviary of native birds from the Hocking Hills area! The cabin is perched high atop a hill with a beautiful backdrop of clear-cut rolling hills, fields, trees and other foliage. This cabin is sure to be a favorite for all bird and nature lovers alike. You’ll love the extra space provided by the open floor plan of this beautiful Hocking Hills log cabin. There is an additional outdoor living space provided by the larg
$178 per night
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Cabin in Rockbridge
Modern Cabin w/ Trail to Waterfall/Cave/Cliff (FV)
Fern Valley at Happy Pinecone, an outdoor enthusiast retreat. This cozy cabin is situated next to a scenic valley filled with ferns, a trail to a waterfall, cave and cliff, and many other property features. Take in the surrounding beauty while relaxing in the hot tub, sitting on the front porch or enjoying the firepit. Inside our modern, freshly updated cabin we have memory foam queen beds, rainfall shower and a fireplace to complete the ambiance. The kitchen is fully stocked along with a grill.
$192 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Log Cabin in the heart of Hocking Hills!
Located in the heart of the Hocking Hills region, 7.1 miles from Old Man's Cave. Drive down a wooded gravel road to this beautiful cabin. It is located on 10 acres, at the top of a hillside. Spacious, cozy, with vaulted ceilings and a double-sided fireplace. Enjoy coffee on the porch while listening to the birds and in the evening take a dip in the hot tub. Fully furnished with anything you may need - such as a big screen TV, propane grill, fire pit, fully stocked kitchen, towels, etc. No Pets.
$163 per night
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Hocking County cabin rentals

Cabin in New Plymouth
Cozy cabin with hot tub & firepit
$134 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Secluded Mountainside Cabin - Shamrock
$229 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Holiday Cabin w/ Hot Tub, Fire Pit, Min to Trails
$165 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Glass House Cabin - Hocking Hills Cabins & Resort
$279 per night
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Cabin in Rockbridge
The Hideaway Cabin in Hocking Hills
$115 per night
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Cabin in Logan
New 2 Bedroom Log Cabin in Logan with Hot Tub
$182 per night
Cabin in Logan
The Clubhouse Cabin - Hot Tub, Wifi, Pond Views
$141 per night
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Cabin in New Straitsville
The Hummingbird
$181 per night
Cabin in Logan
The BLOCKHOUSE | Hocking Hills | Old Man's Cave 2m
$175 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Cheerful Cabin Nestled in Serene Wooded Ravine
$177 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Sandstone Oasis
$153 per night
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Cabin in Logan
Hemlock Haven - Minutes to area attractions - Hocking Hills - Accommodates up to 10 guests - Hot Tub - Fire pit - Full Kitchen
$155 per night
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Your guide to Hocking County

Welcome to Hocking County

Hocking County occupies a quiet patch of southeastern Ohio, not far from the thriving city of Columbus yet a world apart. It’s filled with rolling hills, gentle streams and creeks, and expansive hardwood forests of hickory, white ash, black walnut, oak, and maple. Don’t expect much in the way of bustle here; this is where you go to let the world slide away. Hocking County remains largely rural, with the occasional town and village appearing amid the hills and valleys. The county has but a single city, Logan, whose population barely tops 7,100. The main lures hereabouts are the lovely parks, bluffs, waterfalls, caves, and dense woodlands, found in places such as Cantwell Cliffs, Clear Creek Metro Park (which has 5,300 acres of sandstone cliffs and woods), Hocking Hills State Park, and the sprawling Wayne National Forest, which overlaps the eastern part of the county.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hocking County?

Hocking County has appeal year-round, but prime visitor season runs from spring through fall. In April and May, high temperatures will reach the 60s and 70s Fahrenheit, and can fall into the 30s and 40s at night. Hiking trails and swimming holes get busy June through August, when daytime highs are in the 80s and nights are often comfortably in the 60s. Fall brings a quieter vibe to the region as temperatures drop off, bringing in winter with occasional snows, lows in the teens, and highs typically just above freezing. Festival lovers should plan to visit between May and October, when many weekends will find gatherings to celebrate locally distilled drinks, lilies, pawpaws, and coal. Logan is home to the last washboard manufacturing company in the United States, which is celebrated during Washboard Fest on Father’s Day weekend in June.


What are the top things to do in Hocking County?

Hocking Hills State Park

This well-forested 2,000-acre state park offers plenty to enthrall outdoor lovers. Pet-friendly trails lead hikers to waterfalls (although swimming is forbidden) and small caves. Among the more popular destinations is the roughly hour-long hike to Old Man’s Cave, and the short but pleasant footpath to Whispering Cave, a 300-foot recessed cave with a waterfall. Another highlight of the park is Ash Cave, which is accessed through a narrow gorge studded with hemlocks and beech trees. The horseshoe-shaped shelter runs 700 feet from end to end and is named after a large pile of ashes discovered there by early settlers.

John Glenn Astronomy Park

The John Glenn Astronomy Park, located within Hocking Hills State Park, celebrates the beloved astronaut and first Ohioan in space with this compact park-within-a-park created to draw your attention to the heavens above. The park is designed around a main plaza that, like Stonehenge, focuses the sun’s rays on a central point on the first day of each season. On weekend evenings spring through fall, docents offer guided tours of the stars and planets through an impressive 28-inch telescope in a small observatory; programs are offered on clear nights only, so if conditions appear iffy, call ahead to check.

Zipline and canopy tours

There’s no need to spend all your time on the ground looking up at the abundant and lush trees hereabouts. Hocking County boasts a mix of some 60 zipline and canopy tours led by three companies that allow you to see eye-to-eye with the birds, no matter your experience.

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