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- We went on the two hour trail ride. The trails were very muddy, which was totally understandable with the amount of rain the area has received. The guide had to do a bit of trail maintenance while we rode and we rested a couple times for a couple of the horses who were just a bit winded from climbing some of the hills. They seemed to recover quickly though. We could tell that everyone there really cared about their horses, but we were a bit puzzled that they all smoked around them and in the barn. Other than that, everyone was very nice and our ride was fun.Written July 4, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice campground. Clean and not too big. Activities for all ages over the weekend. There’s hiking trails throughout the camp as well as nearby parks. Know ahead of time limited to no cell service which was fine with us.Written July 12, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a market where the owner brings apple products to sell from his farm. There’s cider, loads of varieties of apples, apple cider, apple slushies, and honey. There is an impressive collection of hornets nests hanging from the ceiling. The apples are so juicy and good. And the slushies are wonderful! What a great idea!! Everyone is very kind and gracious.Written September 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- By far our favorite shop in the area. It is worth the trip. You can browse the collections of blown glass and other unique artesian pieces. There is something for all price points and we were able to get the kids small animals to put on their shelves at home for a souvenir. It is a working shop, so you can watch the craftsmen working to create glass. Some of them go through the process explaining what they are doing.Written September 20, 2022
- Hiked Tar Hollow in July of 2018 after the fresh bulldozer cut. The trail has recovered! The cut was terrible last July. Very muddy, ruts and rocks. Now the trail is recovering, ruts padded down, and no mud. Very enjoyable to hike again!Written March 4, 2019
- My friend and I are novices and we rode here in June 2022. I can’t say enough good things about this experience. It is so much nicer than going to typical riding stables for the following reasons: 1) they take excellent care of their horses and you learn a lot about each horse, 2) you get to ride on the same beautiful trails in Hocking Hills where experienced horse owners go to ride 3) you get to spend time with the horses and groom them in addition to just riding, 4) you are given a lot of attention and helpful training based on your skill level, 5) it is a more personal experience with more one on one attention, like riding with a good friend, and the thing I like the most, 6) the horses do not just follow the horse in front of them and refuse to do what you ask, like they do at may stables, but the horses are very responsive to you, and you can easily direct the horse to do what you ask, and you can enjoy being able to actually work with your horse like the horse is your partner. Due to all of these things, I had the best time riding here and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to have a really immersive experience. But book early because they are often booked up well in advance.Written June 10, 2022
- They're new since May, and there are very few such places nationally, so this was great to run into. Had a very enjoyable time, found the staff quite accommodating, and it's clear that the one guy, Dave, is having fun watching you have fun (it's worth asking him about his heavy equipment experience). Most of the time, I kept thinking "someone is letting me DO this?!" Yes, you really do have a questionable degree of freedom while in those machines. My wife and I each did an excavator and competed on some tasks (recommended), and she beat me, buckets down. They claim that 9 times out of 10, the women are more skilled. It's not cheap, but for us the unique experience was just plain worth it.Written August 30, 2017
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