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The Weather in Hocking Hills
The above is a climate diagram for Hocking Hills. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 18 days in January while it typically rains only 9 days in September.
A rustic cabin escape in the majestic Hocking Hills
Teaming with farmers' markets and outdoor recreation centres, the Hocking Hills have a small-town vibe and a laid-back atmosphere. Vacation rentals, cabins and lodges are dotted around the hills, and are the perfect bases to explore the region from.
Eat, drink and be merry
Amish-style cooking awaits at the Olde Dutch Restaurant, which serves excellent home-style meatloaf, roast turkey and open-faced hot sandwich platters. They have a seniors and kids menu too.
The family-owned Hocking Hills Moonshine Distillery lets visitors observe the moonshine-making process, and try out flavored and unflavored moonshine. 'Moonshining' is the name given to the local style of alcohol distillation, traditionally done by moonlight. The Hocking Hills Winery in Logan serves up delicious slushes, meat, cheese and vegetable trays. The spacious outdoor patio and the beautiful artwork of the Hocking Hills are especially nice.
Culture and history unraveled
The hill region's Civil War history comes to life at the Sherman Museum in Lancaster, which is the birthplace of local war hero Tecumseh Sherman. The Federal-style architecture of the Georgian Museum (also in Lancaster) is a throwback to early 19th century American craftsmanship. Look out for the pretty dolls houses, the quilt collections, and Erickson glass here.
For centuries, artists have been drawn to the Hocking Hills for inspiration. The tradition continues, and the myriad of artist studios and galleries is testament to this. Be sure to pick up an Arts & Ag Map at the Hocking Hills Welcome Center.
The Hocking Hills appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, with hiking trails across dramatic gorges, through forests, and beneath majestic waterfalls. The 400-acre Lake Logan State Park attracts anglers seeking out its catfish, bass, muskie and northern pike. Scenic picnic areas, secluded walking trails and boat docks draw tourists from far and wide.
For those who delight in water activities (whether by canoe, raft or tube), the Hocking Hills Adventures company run romantic moonlight tours and torchlight tours by the river. A night camping under the stars is the perfect end to your Hocking Hills experience.
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