Logan / Hocking Hills KOA Attractions

Hocking Hills Tourism Association

Find the information you need on the Hocking Hills region thanks to the Hocking Hills Tourism Association. View information online or have one of their handy visitor guides mailed to you.

Hocking Hills State Parks

This is what it is all about and over 3 million visitors a year come to see. Hocking Hills State Park includes over 25 miles of hiking trails, pristine waterfalls, awesome rock formations, abundant wildlife and public rappelling (Old Man's Cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Rockhouse, Conkle's Hollow, Cantwell Cliffs, Lake Logan). If you have never been here maybe it's time to see why so many people come, and then come back - again and again.

Our million dollar view!

Enjoy the scenic view from on top of our hill. As one of the oldest Class A campgrounds in Hocking Hills we are known for our "KOA" name. Come check out our clean and modern facilities while discovering the Hocking Hills region.

Hockhocking-Adena Bikeway

The 19-mile Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is named in honor of the first inhabitants of this southeastern Ohio region. "Hockhocking," which means "bottleneck" or "twisted," was the native Indian name for the Hocking River; Adena reflects the history of the Adena Indians who lived in the Hocking Valley over 2,000 years ago.
We invite you to explore the bikeway's history and beauty by bike, foot, wheelchair, rollerblades or other forms of non-motorized transportation (no horseback riding permitted.)
The Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is located on the old Columbus and Hocking Valley Railroad bed. Construction of the rail line between Columbus and Athens was completed in July 1870.

Wayne National Forest Trails

There are 300 miles of trails on the Wayne National Forest open to hiking, mountain biking, ATV and horseback riding.

Columbus Washboard Factory

The Columbus Washboard Company has been making washboards since 1895 and is the only manufacturer still operating in the United States of America today. This site features our products, our traditional construction methods and history, washboard uses and our Annual Washboard Music Festival.

The Columbus Washboard Company offers washboards with a variety of rubbing surfaces including spiral metal, galvanized, stainless steel, brass, and glass. The company also offers chalk, cork, and mirror surfaces. All of these boards are hand assembled one at a time with equipment dating back to the 1900's.

Peaking at 1,287,757 washboards made in 1941, today's washboards are still used for hand scrubbing just like your Grandmother did. They are also used as decorative pieces for laundry rooms and kitchens, as furniture accents, and as a musical instrument

Free tours Monday-Friday 9am to 3 pm.

Boch Hollow Nature Preserve

Located in northern Hocking County at the edge of the Hocking Hills Region, Boch Hollow provides an excellent opportunity to see a wide diversity of habitats ranging from riparian corridors, mature wooded hills, ridges, and old field remnants. The most notable botanical feature at Boch Hollow is the extensive population of the Federally Endangered Running Buffalo Clover – the largest such population in Ohio.Unique among Ohio's preserves is the mission of Boch Hollow to serve as an educational site for hands-on environmental education of Appalachian Ohio ecology. Primarily geared toward local school children, the staff also provides programs to the general public as well as various civic and environmental organizations.

Clear Creek Metro Park

Clear Creek Metro Park features over 5,300 acres of woodland interspersed with blackhand sandstone cliffs, ravines and creeks and is home to more than 2,200 species of plants and animals. Forested areas range from Canadian hemlocks and ferns, to oak and hickory, to Ohio's last remaining colonies of rhododendron. Home to Ohio's largest state nature preserve.

Lake Hope State Park

A natural paradise, 2,983-acre Lake Hope State Park lies entirely within the 26,824-acre Zaleski State Forest in the valley of Big Sandy Run. It is a rugged, heavily forested region traversed by steep gorges and narrow ridges. Remnants of abandoned mining and iron producing industries amid the beautiful scenery provide interest and pleasure for hikers, photographers, nature lovers and historians alike at one of Ohio's most historic and scenic state parks.

Techumseh! Outdoor Historical Drama

Witness the epic life story of the legendary Shawnee leader as he struggles to defend his sacred homelands in the Ohio country during the late 1700's. TECUMSEH! has been labeled as one of the most mesmerizing dramas in the nation.The huge, outdoor stages of the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre afford the audience a unique viewing experience.  Sit beneath the stars as sheer spectacle surrounds you with a herd of galloping horses, live military cannon in action, and the most dazzling battle sequences offered on the American stage.

The Buckeye Trail

The Buckeye Trail Association maintains and promotes the 1400-mile Buckeye Trail, which encircles most of Ohio (and), following canal towpaths, rivers, lakeshores and historic pioneer trails.

Hocking Hills Moonshine

Hocking County's only moonshine distillery. Come in and take our free tour to watch moonshine being made and learn the history of prohibition. You can also sample our selections for a small fee before deciding to buy.

Hocking Hills Gem Mine & Gold Rush

Discover gem mining in the Hocking Hills right here at our KOA. Purchase your rough at the camp store, then take your bucket to the sluice and find your treasures. We now also offer gold panning for those who want to experience the thrill of finding real gold. Open to the public. Call for information on group discounts.

Fox's High Rock Farm

Our family friendly petting zoo encourages up close interaction with our animals. With your $2 admission fee per person, you will be able to go into the barn yard and pet or just sit with our animals. Cones of feed are available for $1.

Paul A Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum

Stop by the Hocking Hills Regional Welcome Center and visit one of the more unique museums you will see, the Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum. Reverend Paul Johnson began his collection more than 20 years ago. This amazing collection of more than 3,400 pencil sharpeners has been featured in national magazines and is reputed to be the largest collection in America.