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There is never a shortage of things to do on our majestic 140-acre property. Play our Scottish links course, take a hike, indulge in a relaxing massage or just sit by the crackling fire during your next Hocking Hills travel experience. Hocking Hills is also a winter wonderland!  The entire southeastern part of Ohio is considered the Appalachian Highlands. Within that area is Hocking Hills. When the last ice age moved through Ohio years ago, it missed this area leaving behind phenomenal geologic formations. We hope you'll come for a visit and experience this part of Ohio...you won't be disappointed.

Learn more about Glenlaurel’s Hocking Hills accommodations by reading our blogs or calling 800-809-REST (7378) for more information.

 

  • Cross Country Skiing on the Glenlaurel Estate

    Glenlaurel’s rustic links course captures the topography of the Scottish turf as it was played over a century ago. Since the links are closed throughout the winter, we've mapped out a half-mile trail that guests can use to view the snow covered highlands from another view point. Why not partake in this fun, outdoor event? As long as the links course is...

  • Deneen Pottery Mugs and Other Collectibles

    Deneen Pottery is a family business and a premier producer of custom logo mugs. All items are handmade right here in the USA. The tradition of hand-thrown stoneware is just one of the unique things that Deneen does. Each piece is individually hand crafted so no two pieces are the same. Glenlaurel currently carries different styles and colors of mugs,...

  • Hocking Hills Tourism launches GeoTrail

    The Hocking Hills Tourism Association (HHTA) will be launching the first Hocking Hills GeoTrail on Friday, January 18th. If you're not familiar with Geocaching, it is similar to an outdoor treasure hunt. Hidden treasures are placed in containers, which are hidden in locations in certain areas, sometimes located in woods or other areas less traveled....

  • Hocking Hills Winter Hike Jan. 19th

    The annual Hocking Hills winter hike is always a favorite event for visitors to the hills. Whether hikers decide to come for the day or stay for the weekend, the six-mile trek from Old Man's Cave to Ash cave takes place on Saturday, January 19th from 9-11am.  For additional information about the event, please call 740.385.6841. January is the perfect time...

  • A Taste of Dickens at Glenlaurel

    According to Charles Dickens, "it is required of every man," the ghost returned, "that the spirit within him should walk abroad among his fellow-men, and travel far and wide; and, if that spirit goes not forth in life, it is condemned to do so after death."

    Since Charles Dickens first published A Christmas Carol in 1843, many artists and storytellers...

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