Laurelville, Ohio, is a small close-knit community in Hocking County. The village takes its name from nearby Laurel Creek, and is well located for visits to Hocking State Forest and a great place to enjoy enjoying fishing, boating, hiking, biking and other activities in nature.
There are thousands of acres of forests to explore, with some world class hiking trails and rock climbing. You can also join horseback rides and rent canoes, kayaks and boats or go fishing. In the forest don't miss Chapel Cave, Airplane Rock and Balanced Rock, three local rock formations and caves that you can combine with a good hike.
Tar Hollow State Park has some beautiful campgrounds and hiking trails close to Laurelville. In Laurelville and close by in other Hocking Hill villages you can discover plenty of boutiques, galleries and unique indoor activities like watching a glass blowing artist at work or stop into the Appalachian art and craft market at Rockbridge.
This is a four season place, why not visit in late summer or early fall for some truly breathtaking hikes among the foliage.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Laurelville. The warmest months in Laurelville are March and May, when temperatures reach 91 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to -8 ˚F. The wettest month in Laurelville is November with 5.99 inches of rain, while the driest month is April with 1.52 inches of rain.
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