14th Annual Shoot the Hills
The contest is open to pros and amateurs alike technical division entries must be captured within a specified 24-hour period (from 12:00 pm (noon) on Friday to 12:00 pm (noon) on Saturday). Entries must also have been made within the four-county coverage area of the Hocking Hills Region. (See rules for more details.)
Registration is now open!
CLICK HERE to register online.
Mail: Download the 2015 Sth Registration and mail it with your payment.
About Our Parks
Perhaps no other area in the state of Ohio is as wild, romantic and picturesque as Hocking Hills State Park. In the parks you will discover amazingly massive sandstone outcroppings, deep cool gorges, towering hemlocks and glistening waterfalls that characterize the Hocking region. Abundant wildlife including white-tailed deer, barred owls, ruffed grouse and an occasional bobcat make the wooded ravines and ridge tops their home. In spring, the early morning hours come alive with the gobble of the wild turkey. The lush undergrowth contains a profusion of ferns, shrubs and wildflowers including roundleaf catchfly, lady’s slipper orchids, devils walking stick and sullivantia that are some of the state’s rarest and most unusual plants.Learn More »
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Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director James Zehringer today announced several capital improvement projects at Hocking Hills State Park.Complete Story »
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