Hocking Hill State Park is a destination not only for Midwesterners, but for any two- or four-legged traveler looking to enjoy excellent hiking in a verdant landscape. Near the town of Logan, Ohio, the park is made up of six main hiking areas with both long and short hikes, each area with its own draw. The Old Man’s Cave, for example, is named for the large cave it contains, which was once inhabited by a nineteenth-century wanderer. The area also contains waterfalls, dense forest, and a gorge, carved out of limestone by glacial waters. Cedar Falls, the park’s largest waterfall, lies in another area of the park, called Queer Creek Valley, and attracts hikers to several cascading waterfalls, of varying sizes, as well as to its eponymous creek. For all outdoor enthusiasts, the park provides endless options for adventure and leisure. Check out our selection of pet-friendly accommodations near Hocking Hill State Park to find the perfect cozy cabin or luxury treehouse to suit you and your favorite travel buddy.