Rock House State Park  is one of the six major hiking regions of Hocking Hills State Park. It is within walking distance of Nestled In!

In the early 1900's, a hotel was once located near the .25      mile trail leading to the cave.  Rock House was even once said to be a hide-out for bandits and thieves in the 1800's.

Look for small recesses in the back wall of Rock House. These were used as baking ovens for Native Americans staying in the cave.

 

Rock House State Park is located in the Hocking Hills Oh Region

 
 
 

Nestled In

Cris Paxton

16280 State Route 374 | Laurelville  Ohio 43135
(740) 380-8965  
Directions to Nestled In

 

Nestled In is just 9 miles north of Old Man's Cave, along the Ohio Scenic Byway 374 and adjoining Rock House State Park -  one of Hocking Hills State Park's more remote areas. This Hocking Hills vacation rental, known to be the oldest group of vacation cottages in the Hocking Hills, offers classic efficiency cottages, a log cabin and bed and breakfast all scattered along the ridge. They have been enjoyed by generation after generation of families continuing the tradition of making wonderful memories in the Hocking Hills. Your hosts, Cris and Tom, welcome you to take a step back in time to the good ol' days when family cottage rentals offered these special memories lasting a lifetime.

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