Logan, OH, USA

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Logan, OH, USA

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Logan is your ticket to the Hocking Hills

Serving as a gateway to the Hocking Hills region, Logan is a historic town in the heart of Ohio. Nature is the order of the day, with an onslaught of state forests, shimmering lakes, and hidden caves to discover. There's also a characterful downtown district to explore, not to mention a vibrant arts and cultural scene. Whether you want to soak up Civil War history, hike in Hocking Hills State Park, or gallery hop your way through the hinterland, Logan vacation rentals are the perfect way to enjoy a local experience.

History, art, and antique treasures in Logan

With its grand historic homes and tree-lined streets, downtown Logan is brimming with character. Most of the action is centered along Main Street, a historic thoroughfare where you'll find caf_s, craft stores, and plenty of ambience. Logan is home to a vibrant arts community just waiting to be discovered. Galleries and studios pepper the hillsides, spotlighting everything from glassblowing and clay to photography and oil painting. The Hocking Hills region is also dotted with antiques stores, which makes it a mecca for those in search of pre-loved treasures.

Get wild in Logan's Hocking Hills State Park

From the Civil War to the coal mining era, the Hocking Hills Historical Society & Museum Complex offers a rich introduction to the region's heritage. Just 12 miles southwest of Logan is the sprawling Hocking Hills State Park. Strewn with deep gorges, tumbling waterfalls, and scenic hiking trails, it's a great place to stretch your legs. If camping isn't your scene Logan vacation rentals offer all the creature comforts you need, just minutes from the park. Winding its way through the park, the Hocking Hills Scenic Byway a great alternative if you have little ones in tow.

Experience Logan in reds, yellows, and golds

In summer Logan and its fellow Hocking Hills towns throw a colorful calendar of events celebrating Appalachian culture. Held over the Memorial Day weekend, the annual Moonshine Festival attracts legions of visitors. The Hocking Hills region is famous for its fall colors so why not consider visiting from September onwards? Logan vacation rentals make the most of the season, with a beautiful selection of rural properties surrounded by sugar maples, bur oaks, and black birch trees.