Hocking County is a quaint little town nestled in the hills of Ohio. It has everything from waterways and rivers to Hocking Hills State Park, a beautiful place to hike, visit a spa, and lodge for a romantic weekend. In addition to the seclusion of this town are the many shops in the shopping district that even a passerby cannot miss.
304 E. Main St., Amanda, OH 43102
This family-owned antique mall specializes in new and used furniture, but also carries small antique items and jewelry. Along with these good finds, shoppers are also likely to find Amish jams, jellies, noodles, and seasonal plants. Each Friday the shop holds a 6 p.m. auction and serves a delicious home-cooked meal.
204 North Columbus, Lancaster, OH 43130
This shop caters to the artist and craftsman alike. In the Ohio Valley, this shop sells fine art and antiques. They feature regional artists with national reputations and the antiques range from a beginning to an expert collector status.
Historic Square Art District
Town Square, Nelsonville, 45764
This shopping district near Hocking Hills may not be exactly in the area, but it's nearby and still worth the visit. The district offers great shopping and food. With locally-made gifts, jewelry, antique shops and more, it's a wonderful stop along the way.
Hocking Hills Market
US Rt. 33 at Rt. 374, Rockbridge 43149
This is a flea market where you can shop for just about anything. The market includes both indoor and outdoor vendors in stunning barn buildings, with several unique antique shops to choose from. Everything from gifts to collectibles are readily available.
Logan Antique Mall
12795 State Route 664 S, Logan, 43138
Open seven days a week, Logan Antique Mall carries furniture, books, bottles, china, coins, cookie jars, Depression glass, jewelry, quilts, and more.
About the Author: James is a guest contributor from Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, a rustic bed and breakfast in Hocking Hills, Ohio, providing homey rooms with antique furniture, private cottages, and suites.