There are many beautiful places to camp in the Hocking Hills area. Camping has the added bonus of being one of the most economical ways to see the Hills.
Many of you are seasoned campers and have lots of experience at camping in the outdoors. Camping is a great way to experience the outdoors and is very easy on the finances compared to other lodging alternatives in the area.
It is recommended that you make a reservation at a private campsite. The state park at Old Man’s Cave has sites, but on a first come – first served basis. The picture above is of a camper cabin at Old Man’s Cave State Park so you don’t really even have to own a tent. Plus you have a floor beneath you and a roof overhead but you are still in the campground area of the park. If I were to camp, that is the way I would do it. And there is no putting a tent up and taking it down or getting soaked in the rain. Call the Hocking Hills State Park Campground early to make your reservations because they only have 3 of these camper cabins.
Campgrounds in the Hocking Hills
At Boulders Edge 740-385-0707
Campbell Cove Camping 740-823-2288
Equestrian Ridge Camping 740-603-2523
Happy Hills Campground & Cabins 740-385-6720
Hawks Landing Retreat Center 740-596-4288
Hocking Hills Adventures 740-385-4449
Hocking Hills Canoe Livery Camping 740-385-0523
Hocking Hills KOA 740-385-4295
Hocking Hills State Park Campground 740-385-6165
Hocking River RV Park 740-331-4840
Secluded Sanctuaries Tipi 740-380-1119
Smoke Rise Ranch Resort 740-767-2624
Spotted Horse Farm Camp 740-332-RIDE
Three Reasons Farm Horse Camp 740-380-2729
Top of the Caves Campground and Cabins 740-385-6566
Walnut Creek Campground and Resort 740-774-1203
Don’t have a tent and don’t want to buy one? Then you can rent a very small and basic “camper cabin” such as the ones at Old Man’s Cave State Park as in the picture above.