Laurelville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Horseback Riding Tours. Discover best things to do in Laurelville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 27 reviews
We had a great ride with Becky. My husband and I were celebrating our 25th Anniversary and really wanted to do something special. I ride every week and my husband rides occasionally. We wanted a beautiful long trail ride. Becky was a wonderful guide and even let us canter part of the way through the ups and downs of Hocking Hills. We went on a short ride on the road to the entrance to the trail. Just long enough to get acquainted with our horses and then it was a beautiful ride through the forest stopping in creeks to water the horses and then on to Crystal Falls. It was a wonderful 3 hour ride.
5 based on 1 reviews
Chance & Sara are great guides! I am deathly afraid of heights and they made me feel very comfortable in conquering my fears. The entire experience was exceptional. The hot dogs and smores were perfect. They encourage you the whole way!
5 based on 294 reviews
Ash cave is wonderful during all seasons. I have visited in the summer as well as recently during the annual winter hike. Each time it takes on a different look and feel. This is easily accessible for all to enjoy
5 based on 2 reviews
The first World-Class zip line canopy tour established in the Midwest and in OHIO! Hocking Hills is home to many exciting outdoor adventures, but nothing compares to the thrill of this truly World-Class zip line canopy tour, including the new "X" Tour in 2014, the home of the only dual racing Super Zip (1400ft+), "Dragon Fly - Zipline Adventure for Kids", and Off Road Segway Adventures too! Ideal for nature lovers seeking a one-of-a-kind experience here in the foot hills of Appalachia, the zip line canopy tour treats you to a breathtaking adventure as you soar above a series of unique Hocking Hills vistas for an eagles-eye view of some of North America's most magnificent scenery. Experienced, professional guides provide you with a safety and equipment orientation before leading you along 10 ziplines, traversing four adventure sky bridges and rappelling back to ground level at the finish line. The experience features amazing views from each observation platform. Add the Super Zip if you still want more! This dual racing zip line is the longest of its kind in United States. And don't forget the kiddos ages 5 and up....DragonFly is just for them. Consisting of 8 zip lines and 4 bridges, they move themselves through the course while parents watch and follow below. Built to meet all Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) standards, no matter what tour you choose, the friendly staff at Hocking Hills Canopy Tours will not only educate guests on native vegetation and wildlife, but will also keep everyone feeling safe, secure, and having LOTS of fun from start to finish! All that's required is a pair of close-toed shoes, comfortable clothing, and eyes ready to devour nature at its finest.
My 14yr old son was excited to zipline over Spring Break. I was white knuckled as I drove there - worried if I could manage with my fear of heights.
The staff were excellent and the safety precautions and preparations were thorough.
Was it frightening at points? You bet. But doing it anyways was a blast! Remember to scream as you go!
We had a great father-son experience. Will definitely return.
5 based on 393 reviews
This hike wasn’t originally on our list while visiting the area. After my husband read the description of the hike, we moved it to our first hike. It ended up being our favorite. Absolutely incredible!! There are no words or pictures to do it justice-just go see with your own eyes. Pretty easy hike, well maintained trail, dog friendly. Need shoes with good grip for slick rocks in the Winter months. You will not be disappointed. The rock house is fascinating!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
What a beautiful experience, the ranch itself is lovely and the animals are well cared for. The two hour ride may have been a bit extreme for us as beginners but Lance was accommodating and great fun. I really can't say enough about our visit, it was time well spent.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
My husband and I went to this winery on a lark. We will definitely be back. The owner was pleasant and fun to talk to. The wine was fantastic. I enjoyed everything that we tried. The prices were very reasonable and it had a wonderful atmosphere. Can't wait to go back and buy a bottle of the new Chardonnay that he just made. It was excellent.
3.5 based on 26 reviews
Very disappointed with the hiking trails. Not only were they not clearly marked, but they also were in horrible condition. It honesty looked like they haven't been used in quite some time. The overgrowth along the trails made it very difficult and in some places impossible to navigate. And the bugs were ridiculous. We enjoy hiking and we will never return to this poor excuse for a state park.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
I have visited in the summer and recently during the annual winter hike. With the change of seasons it changes its personality as well. Take your times up and down the steps and enjoy the water, the rocks, and all the formations it has to offer
5 based on 259 reviews
This was our second stop of the day after Rockhouse, coming into the area from the Northwest on 180. It was a hot day, but the cool gorge trail and deep shade of the hemlocks made for a very enjoyable hike. After taking the gorge trail, we then took the rim trail. I would advise doing both if you have the stamina, as you get a very different perspective on the beautiful terrain. The rim trail can be testy if you are not diligent about safety, but not a challenge for experienced hikers who use reasonable care. And it really does show you elements of the rock formations that you just can't get from the gorge. Highly recommend you spend time at Conkles Hollow.
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