Ohio’s Hocking Hills – Breathtaking Scenery

Published Date Author: , November 9th, 2013

Ohio mapNot only does Ohio’s Hocking Hills region offer breathtaking forests, waterfalls, scenery and unforgettable experiences, but it also boasts a host of lodging options that are truly one-of-a-kind. Travelers can spend the night in a historic train caboose or an old-fashioned gypsy wagon as they experience first-hand just how special a visit to southeast Ohio’s Hocking Hills can be. Incredibly affordable, some of these offbeat options are available for as little as $50 per night. Complete accommodations booking and visitor information is found at ExploreHockingHills.com.

Intrepid travelers can “Sleep in History” — literally — thanks to the creative preservationists at Historic Host Vacation Rentals. Among this unusual lodging company’s offerings are a restored general store/post office, with its original scale, shelving and other vintage touches.

The old Dunkle Schoolhouse, a 1926 B&O train caboose and an Ohio early farmhouse are also available for overnight accommodations. Historic Host’s Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum, two historic B&Bs and several charming little cottages and cabins in its Fiddlestix Village round out the offerings. Each is lovingly restored so guests enjoy a comfortable yet authentic overnight stay that carefully preserves the rich history of not just the shelter, but the Hocking Hills region itself.

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