Hocking Hills Cabins, Hocking Hills
Hocking Hills Inns
44th Annual Winter Hike
January 17, 2009
from 9-11 AMEnjoy winters splendor on this 6-mile trek from Old Manís
Cave to Ash Cave. Layered clothing and good footwear recommended.
Refreshments are available at Cedar Falls for a donation. A shuttle bus
returns hikers to Old Manís Cave.
February 14, 2009
Meet at the Ash
Cave parking lot. Take your sweetheart for a romantic stroll to Ash
Cave in the soft light of dusk. Afterwards, enjoy a cozy fire and
Maple Sugaring in
March 7 & 8, 2009 12-4 PM
Join us at the
Naturalist Cabin located behind the Old Manís Cave Visitor Center.
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 available.
2009 10 AM
carpet of wildflowers and sparkling waterfalls in beautiful Hocking
Hills. Meet at the parking lot at Ash Cave.
Hocking Valley Birding Trail Presents:
International Migratory Bird Weekend
Times and locations will varyÖsee the
or the parks website for details.
Join with several
area naturalist and birders along the Hocking Valley Birding Trail route
for a variety of programs, hikes and events to celebrate the return of
our avian friends.
Fall Colors Hike
October 17, 2009
Bring along a cool
drink and celebrate the seasonís colors. Meet with the naturalist at
the Old Manís Cave Visitor Center 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 Cedar Falls 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. 3to4 hrs)
Haunted Hocking Weekend
October 30 & 31, 2009
Join with the
Haunted Hocking ďHITĒ team as they search for the unexplained at Ash
Cave 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.
Christmas in Ash Cave
December 12, 2009
Step away from the
hectic holiday season and come bundled for the weather while enjoying a
lighted stroll back to Ash Cave. 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.