Tar Hollow State Park
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Area Attractions

  • A portion of Wayne National Forest borders the park near the dam. The U.S. Forest Service operates a 19-unit family camp at Burr Oak Cove, off State Route 13
  • Wildcat Hollow Backpack Trail, located on Morgan County Road 58, is also operated by the U.S. Forest Service and can be accessed by the park's backpack trail to extend the route
  • Sunday Creek Wildlife Area, consisting of fifteen separate areas, borders the park
  • Two other state wildlife areas are located nearby--Trimble, six miles west and Wolf Creek, six miles east
  • Strouds Run State Park, on U.S. 50 east of Athens, provides facilities for fishing, camping, picnicking, hiking and boating
  • State Route 78 between Glouster and McConnelsville earns its nickname "Rim of the World" as one of the most scenic drives in the state
  • For additional information on area attractions, visit the Hockinghills.com

 


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