ash cave at Hocking Hills State Park

Day 11 – Scenic Southeastern Ohio

Day 11 of a Year Long Road Trip Along America’s Scenic Byways

As I drove through Southeastern Ohio last night, I now understand why the campground was so hard to find at Hocking Hills State Park.  As opposed to having a main entrance to the park with all the attractions inside it, the park is separated into six areas which are named for the attraction. Consequently, Cedar Falls had its own area as did Ash Cave and the other attractions. 

T.C. Steele State Historic Site, Indiana

Day 10 – Indiana, Hill and Dale

Day 10 of a Year Long Road Trip Along America’s Scenic Byways

If I had a redo day, this would be it.  I’m not going to complain since Scout is doing well after a few days of struggling, but I have to say all my mishaps resulted in a frustrating day.  I began the morning in the Brown County State Park where I camped last night.  The park is almost 16,000 acres and the largest in Indiana.  It had three separate entrances…the southern one was specifically for horse campers.  The entrance I came through had a covered bridge and afforded a lovely drive for miles through the park.