Rain or shine, when you’re off the trails, the adventure still continues in Hocking Hills with enough things to do that would get any traveler excited.
There’s no better way to enjoy the fall colors, warm fires and twinkling stars than a camping trip in hocking hills: RVs, tents and tipis galore. We suggest:
A quiet family campground, no drinking or smoking outside of the trailer. New large bathhouse. All sites have 30 AMP electric, and fire rings. Two water spigots in the campground for filling up tanks, dump station. All sites on the river, shelter house with grills. No tables at sites. Pets allowed. (740) 331-4840
Hocking Hills Campground works in conjunction with Hocking Hills Adventures and Fun Center in providing pristine riverside camping and secluded camper cabins. Fish and swim from your campsites along the Hocking River. Sites are unusually spacious; each site can accommodate at least 6 people and three tents. Camper Cabins are authentic Amish built and can sleep at least 4 people; perfect for those who want the outdoor experience, but prefer to sleep in a bed at night. (740) 385-4449