We recently held a family reunion in four cabins at Hocking Hills State Park. The cabins were very similar to those in Hueston Woods State Park where we previously stayed (and probably to the other cabins in other Ohio State Parks), but more nicely decorated. 4 or 5 people can easily be accommodated in the two bedrooms. The cabin was clean when we arrived, except for under the bunk beds. Kitchen facilities were fine and there was plenty of cupboard and hanging space (except we had to ask for hangers). There is a very nice playground in the cabin area and the lodge and pool are within walking distance. There are a few downsides. The cottage furniture looks like it was bought at a garage sale and was very uncomfortable. Luckily, the porch furniture was easier to sit on. The cottage has no telephone or WiFi (the only reliable WiFi is at the campground check in building) and it turns out that the area is a cellular dead zone (except for Sprint users), so we found communication difficult. That was a problem for us as some people needed to keep in touch with home base and we also needed to communicate among ourselves when out on activities. Finally, park signage could be better - there is just a small roadside sign that points to the cabins and lodge. All in all, though, as a previous reviewer said, if you are looking for an economical way to visit the beautiful Hocking Hills area, these cabins fit the bill.
- Also Known As:
- Hocking Hills State Park Cabins Ohio/Logan