Shopping for treasures is part of the fun when you’re visting Hocking Hills. We’ve compiled a list of sites that might be of interest, in and around Logan and Lancaster. From antique shops to flea markets and boutiques, there are plenty of shops to see throughout the hills and a special treasure to be found.

For starters, browse the gift gallery at Glenlaurel. We have a wide variety of unique gifts, CD’s, gourmet snacks, artwork, Celtic treasures, and locally made treasures.

If you prefer antiques, the Hocking Hills Market is a nice stop. You’ll find antiques, arts & crafts, jewelry, and furniture. Located off route 33, northwest of route 180. They also have a flea market every weekend.

The Logan Antique Mall is located at Remple’s Grove (off state route 664) and full of antiques and crafts. The Midwest Glassware Outlet is also located at Remple’s Grove, (740) 380-9400. Please call for hours.

A visit to the Hocking House is a must. They feature hand-made clay, art, glass, and pottery. Please call (740) 385-4166 or visit hockinghouse. For Vera Bradley, OSU apparel, clothing and cosmetics, visit Sharff’s Fashion in downtown Logan (740) 385-4016.

Make sure you stop by  the Wind Chime Shop. They have handmade windchimes, garden decor, and candles. Please call for hours (740) 385-9537, windchimeshop

Spirits of the Hills is just off route 180 and a 5-minute drive from Glenalurel. Spirit Williams showcases over 50 Ohio Artists and Craftsmen with wood carvings, metal work, ceramics, photography, and artist demonstrations, (740) 385-8245.

On your way back to Glenlaurel, stop by Chieftan Spirits and pick up a nice bottle of wine to enjoy with your dinner. This is the only State Liquor Agency in Hocking Hills. Located in downtown Logan, (740) 385-3610.