Ohio’s least popular state parks have hidden outdoor gems for those who hate crowds

North Bass Island State Park

Waterfalls, dramatic cliffs, scenic overlooks and shady hemlock groves make Hocking Hills one of Ohio’s most popular state parks, drawing thousands of visitors each year.

But maybe you’re looking to avoid the crowds, soak in some solitude and see something new. Ohio is one of seven states that don’t charge admission to its state parks so attendance data isn’t available.

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Story excerpt provided by The Columbus Dispatch.

Written by Laura A. Bischoff.

Originally published May 12, 2021.

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