No matter where you roam in Ohio, these 3 Preservation Parks of Delaware County should not be left off your list of winter hiking and exploration.
Punderson Manor Lodge was the perfect location for our family winter get away! We were able to get the winter crazy out of our system and enjoy the beauty of Punderson State Park and everything it had to offer and site seeing in Geauga Co, while using the Manor as our base camp!
Here at Glacier Ridge you can use the picnic shelters for a family picnics, find clean restrooms with flushing toilets and places to play and adventure till your hearts content. What was once my least favorite park has now become one of my favorite places to to push myself on the challenge course, bike and hike and enjoy nature.
Are you looking for a trail for your family that is easy, stroller or wheelchair friendly and has all the beauty of the Hocking Hills region rolled into one spot? You don't need to look any further because Conkles Hollow Gorge Trail has all of those things for you. Parking is ample and easy to... Continue Reading →
It is breath taking when you come to the viewing area of Hayden Run Falls. You really are not prepared for the stunning cliffs with the rocks jutting out and the water pouring over the the side of the ravine.
Winter hiking is underrated and if you have never taken a winter trek, you are missing out on some of the best hiking there is.
Ask any outdoor enthusiast to give you their short list of of places to go in Ohio for outdoor adventure and Hocking Hills will always end up near the top of their list. With so many activities to choose from, finding the right adventure can seem overwhelming at times. We looked through a plethora of information about the Hocking Hills area and businesses before reaching out to High Rock Adventures for a tour of their location. They stood out to us because of the level of adventure they offered, the variety of challenges available and their eco-friendly tours.
Sometimes I read things on the internet that say "Best coffee in the world!" and think, "Sure, that's just what your opinion." Recently, I read that John Bryan State Park in Yellow Springs, Ohio is considered the "The Most Scenic Park in Western Ohio." I had been to John Bryan SP years ago and I... Continue Reading →
Did you know hidden among rolling hills and curved roads of Tuscarawas County, Ohio are historical gems? I had booked my son, Sam for a youth blacksmithing class at a place called Zoar Historic Village. As I was looking for a place to stay overnight I started to see these little known places begin to […]