We only spent two days in Hocking Hills- but I feel like we saw so much! we will definitely be headed back to get in the stuff that we didn't on this trip.
On our last day the morning started out drizzling- but the rugrats couldn't have been happier about getting to wear their galoshes and rain coats. Plus they made for good pictures :)
Although by the end of our day the boys were EXHAUSTED.
We climbed a lot of stairs and did a lot of hiking for two and four year old little legs.
Ike kept sitting down and asking for a break. On our last hike out of 'The Rock House'- it started raining a little harder and we ended up hiking out with Ike on my shoulders and Zeb on Kent's. These little boys are spoiled rotten.
Old Man's Cave had a trail with two caves to walk through and then an amazing huge open face mountain. I really had no idea that Ohio had natural features like this.
One of the highlights of the trip was being able to use Kent's head lamp. The kiddos thought they were miners or mountain men or something. We'll be buying a second for sure.My pictures just can't show how big and magnificent this place was. It was my favorite hike for sure.
In the rockhouse we ended up running into some fellow teepee campers and they snapped a family picture for us.