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Dress for dinner is "dressy casual." Though a tie is not required at our Hocking Hills dining lodge, jeans and shorts are not appropriate for dinner. Business casual attire is permitted every night, while Saturday is a little dressier (open-collared shirt and suit or sport coat for the lads; the lassies just seem to know). We sometimes refer to the dress code as 'dress to impress' because it's more fun when everyone participates. We ask that you respect the dress code for the ambience of the other Hocking Hills dining guests and the dining experience.

Sunday-Friday: acceptable attire includes open-collared shirts and dress pants for the lads, and skirts, dresses, or pantsuits for the lassies.

Saturday: acceptable attire includes open-collared shirts and suit or sport coat for the lads, and dresses, skirts, or pantsuits for the lassies.

Kilts are acceptable any night of the week.

Unacceptable attire include jeans, shorts, t-shirts, athletic attire, tank tops, sweat suits or jogging suits, and ripped, torn or frayed clothing.

Please call 800.809.REST (7378) for more information about our Hocking Hills accommodations.



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