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Vacation Rental Price Information in Logan
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Logan. It is during a week of August (8/24 - 8/31) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. On the other hand, in May you will find the cheapest prices (5/4 - 5/11). Prices this week are on average $240 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Logan
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Logan. The busiest time to book a rental in Logan so far is in October (10/5 - 10/12), where only 65% rentals are available. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Logan in January (1/5 - 1/12).
The Weather in Logan
The above is a climate diagram for Logan. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 21° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Kick back at a vacation rental in the heart of the Midwest
Named after the chief of the Mingo Indian tribe, the town of Logan shot into prominence when mining came to the region. Today, it continues to attract visitors with its heritage and natural wonders. Discover charming Logan with a vacation home.
History and more
The Hocking County Historical Society & Museum is a good starting point for visitors. Explore its collection, which includes a Lutz Steam Car, the Hocking Valley Railroad Telegraph Office, and a carriage house. Culture buffs should consider Logan Town Center Walking Tours, which guide participants past buildings that played a key role in Logan's history.
Another top-rated attraction is the Columbus Washboard Company. Established in 1895, it's America's last washboard manufacturer. Don't be surprised to see this laundry instrument used as decor in the area's homes and restaurants, or even as a percussion instrument in local bands.
Also worth visiting is Saint Matthew Lutheran Church in downtown Logan. Relaying its service live since 1961, it has Ohio's oldest continuously running radio show. Snap a pic in front of the stately Hocking County Courthouse, and catch a concert or a literary reading at the Bowen House, a community arts center.
Wild Logan and beyond
Plan an excursion with the friendly staff of the town's visitor's bureau, the Hocking Hills Tourism Association. A quintessential Logan experience would be renting a kayak or raft and gliding down the serene Hocking River. The Hocking Hills Golf Club is a pleasure to tee off at, with its manicured course and magnificent valley views.
No one leaves town without visiting the Hocking Hills State Park, a veritable retreat from urban life. Wander along its miles of hiking trails, past prehistoric caves, waterfalls, and intriguing rock formations. Especially noteworthy are the Cantwell Cliffs, Rock House, Old Man’s Cave and Ash Cave. Horse rides, mountain bikes, and ATV fun awaits at Wayne National Forest, a must for outdoor enthusiasts.
Summer gets particularly charged up in the hills, and you'll likely need to book your Logan Ohio cabin in advance for the season. The summertime Washboard Music Festival, "Ohio’s Most Unique Music Festival," features colorful parades, puppeteers, quilt shows, and live music sessions.
A must for lovers of flora and fauna, LilyFest showcases works of local artists and gardeners at the Bishop Educational Gardens. The weeklong Lancaster Festival brings in huge national headliners, and many events are free.
The nearby town of Nelsonville hosts Parade of the Hills, a quaint local festival about classic cars, fiddling, and pie-eating contests, among other fair festivities. The Hocking Hills' coal mining heritage comes alive at the Wellston Coal Festival, which also marks the beginning of fall. A calendar favorite is October's Logan Fall Festival of Bands, presented by Logan High School students.
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