Music of the wind!
The Wind Chime Shop is a local must-see shop in Hocking Hills. This small shop was opened in 1987 and showcases over 45 various lines of wind chimes, with over 2000 chimes in stock. Stop by and find the wind chime you never knew you needed!
Located only 5 minutes from Old Man’s Cave!
A Hocking Hills must see!
Jack Pines studio is a gorgeous spot to make while you’re in the beautiful Hocking Hills. Jack Pine’s incredible hand-blown glass is on display with select pieces for sale at the studio. Occasional glass blowing classes and demonstrations are also offered, so make sure to check Jack Pine’s website to see when events are scheduled!
Find a treasure at the flea market!
Hocking Hills Market is a great choice for the shopaholic! Inside, you will find 7 shops with local and Amish made goods, and on any summer weekend, you will find countless vendors on the lot. Great for passing some time on your way down, and who knows what you might find! Food vendors are also easy to spot, so enjoy a bite to eat while you’re at it.
Locally Made Art!
Homegrown on main is a boutique style shop and visitors center! Stop by to browse some stunning art, Homegrown on main carries artwork from over 100 local Hocking Hills artists. Take home a unique piece of Hocking Hills!
Calling All Shoe Fans!
Have you ever been to a shoe store that has three stories? You’ve got to visit the Rocky Boots Outlet store. With thousands of hiking boots and hiking supplies, Rocky Boots also has some great tourist selections! Local products, candies, art and more can be found on the 3 floors of Rocky Boots, and don’t forget to stop at the Rocky Boots Grill on the first floor!
Local Art and Treats!
Nelsonville Emporium began as a pottery studio in 2004, but has been ever evolving into the lively shop and kitchen it is today! Shelves are filled with local art from skill artisans. There is no shortage of options at the emporium, a perfect place to pick up gift or souvenirs, or just stop for a bit of delicious food and locally made chocolate for dessert!
The only Washboard factory left in America! A fun and handy piece of history, or a fun unique instrument for your new rockabilly band! In addition to washboards, you can also purchase other relics of the past, handmade soap bars, kazoos, and even a One-Man-Band instrument, with the washboard, bell, cowbell, spoons and kazoo!