48th Annual Winter Hike
Continuous starts from
winters splendor on this 6-mile trek
from Old Manís Cave to
Layered clothing and good footwear
recommended. Refreshments are
for a donation. A shuttle bus
returns hikers to Old Manís Cave.
parking lot. Take your
sweetheart for a romantic stroll to
in the soft light of dusk.
Afterwards, enjoy a cozy fire and
Maple Sugaring in the Hills
at the Naturalist Cabin located
behind the Old Manís
Savor the taste of the season as we
boil down our local maple sap.
Discover the many methods used
throughout history to make this
tasty treat. Free samples are
Wildflowers and Waterfalls
Observe natureís carpet of
wildflowers and sparkling waterfalls
in beautiful Hocking Hills.
Meet at the parking lot at
Grandma Gatewoodís Fall
along a cool drink and celebrate the
seasonís colors. Meet with the
naturalist at the Old Manís
for a strenuous hike that spans
roughly 6 miles
of the Grandma Gatewood trail.
We will be traversing the section
that runs from Old Manís Cave to
and back while enjoying the scenic
beauty and cultural personality.
This hike does include several hills
and steps and is not recommended for
the easily winded individual.
(Approx. 3 to 4 hrs)
the Haunted Hocking ďHHITĒ team as
they search for the unexplained at
or try your hand at Pumpkin
decorating. Registered campers
and cabin guest can enjoy a hayride,
a family fun spooky movie, site
judging, and trick or treat at Old
Manís Cave campground. Regular
camping & cabin fees apply.
Frontier Trail Hike
the history of the Hocking Hills
region with a walk back through time
dramatized by costumed interpreters
Christmas in Ash Cave
5 Ė 7 PM
from the hectic holiday season and
come bundled for the weather while
enjoying a lighted stroll back to
Once you arrive at the cave warm
with refreshments by an open fire.
Listen to or join with our carolers,
have the kids visit with an old
fashion Santa or help to decorate
our Christmas tree for wildlife.