Scenic Drives in Ohio

The Hocking Hills supplies some of the best scenic views in Ohio. That’s why so many of our visitors at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls embark on nearby hiking and sightseeing adventures. If you’d rather enjoy the view from the comfort of your own vehicle, you’re in luck! There are several scenic drives in Ohio that provide stunning views of the Hocking Hills and beyond. Just to get you started, here are some of the most popular nearby drives that you’ll want to take during your visit to Ohio.

After exploring our choices for the best scenic drives in Ohio, be sure to download your free copy of our Vacation Guide for even more local recommendations! This handy planning tool will help you find activities and attractions to enjoy during your stay with us in the Hocking Hills.

5 Scenic Drives in Ohio That You’ll Love

  1. Hocking Hills Scenic Byway

This historic route takes visitors deep into the hills of southeast Ohio while introducing them to some of the region’s crown jewels. As you travel along the 26.4-mile Hocking Hills Scenic Byway, you’ll see many points of interest including Ash Cave and the State Forest Headquarters. It’s a great way to explore the area without traveling too far from the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls.

  1. Combing Brush Road

Located in Warren Township, Combing Brush Road will have your jaw hitting the floor at least a few times. The stunning countryside scenery is a favorite for locals, who purposely take the long way just to enjoy the view this route offers. You’ll find the start of Combing Brush Road in Washington County, which is approximately an hour and fifteen minutes from Logan, OH.

  1. White Oak Hill Road

During the fall season, a trip down White Oak Hill Road is an absolute must! The steep and scenic road in Pike County offers a unique off-the-beaten-path experience that you’ll want to do again and again. Pike County can be found about an hour outside of Logan, OH, but the scenery is well worth the journey.

  1. The Ohio River Scenic Byway

This beautiful journey through the countryside leads you along the Ohio River and through several of the area’s most charming towns. The history-rich route also reveals artifacts and stories ranging from Native American habitation to industrialization.

  1. Covered Bridge Scenic Byway in Ohio

Running parallel to the Muskingum River, the Covered Bridge Scenic Byway traverses some of Ohio’s most beautiful countryside. The road follows State Route 26 from Marietta to Woodsfield, about an hour and a half from the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls. It also includes markers that will help self-guided tourists find the major points of interest and stopping points along the byway.

Experience the Getaway of a Lifetime With the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls

Whether you’re exploring the scenic drives in Ohio or simply relaxing in the serenity of nature, the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls is the ideal choice for Hocking Hills lodging. Close to the best area attractions, our gorgeous guest rooms, cottages, yurts, and cabins provide all of the comfort and amenities you need. You will also be treated to a delicious gourmet breakfast each morning to fuel up for a fun day ahead. We can’t wait to hear about what you discover on your trip to Hocking Hills!

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