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FREE Hocking Hills Scavenger Hunt

Tonya Prater, Owner

If you’re anything like me, you’re already bored and looking for something free to do in Ohio that allows you to continue social distancing and doesn’t put you or anyone else in harm’s way of catching a nasty virus. If that’s you, why not check out this free Hocking Hills scavenger hunt? Just print it out and go!Hocking Hills Scavenger Hunt

You’ll find 20 places to visit throughout the Hocking Hills region as well as five fun lodging options to consider later this spring/summer. Some of these landmarks don’t even require you to leave your vehicle and the others are pretty much outside, though if the trails are busy you may want to save those for another time as well.   

Print out the scavenger hunt with the directions and set off to find these area landmarks. 

Click here to download your free Hocking Hills area scavenger hunt.  We’ve even included all of the addresses for you so you can easily find each stop.


 And if you’d like to learn more or are looking for other things to do in Mansfield, check out these posts: 

The Moonville Tunnel is a Remote and Scary Tunnel located in Southeastern Ohio – I love to take photos at Moonville Tunnel, but I admit that it is more than a little bit creepy. You can read the history to find out why this is one spot that I would not visit at night. It’s also not the easiest to find so I’ve included directions for you to follow. 

Ohio’s Covered Bridges in Vinton County near Hocking Hills – If you’re planning on doing some road tripping and don’t want to see anyone, here’s a great idea. Plan to spend an hour or two checking out the covered bridges along this route. 

Three Fun & Quirky Hocking Hills Roadside Attractions in Hocking Hills– Thanks to arsonists, you’ll no longer find the roundhouse in Logan, but the other two attractions are nearby. Check the hours for the pencil sharpener museum, it is likely to be temporarily closed. 

Explore Ohio’s Appalachian Towns while Road Tripping along the Ohio Art Corridor– If it’s a fun road trip you’re after, look no further than the Ohio Art Corridor which features unique art pieces throughout Ohio’s Appalachian towns. From murals to giant fish and many fun and interesting pieces in between, this is one road trip you won’t want to miss.  

Let me know if you print the scavenger hunt and find everything. And don’t forget to tag #travelinspiredliving on Instagram! Protection Status
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