Apple Cider Slushies

There are pretty fantastic little hidden gems in this state.

All my favorite things about fall in Ohio are located in Hocking Hills and the surrounding area. Old Man’s Cave, Cantwell Cliffs, Rock House, Cedar Falls, Zaleski State Park and Lake Hope. All of these places which are already spectacular begin to come alive in the fall.[/caption]

Old Mans Cave
Old Man's Cave
The colors of the trees explode in to yellows and reds and oranges, their fiery colors mingling with the greens and browns. Farms with pumpkins and haunted corn maizes beckon your business as you drive through the rolling hills. There is only one flavor that epitomizes the fusion of winter and summer that is fall, apple cider slushies. In a small town called Laurelville known for it’s apple farms, there is a little garage like building right down the street from the towns main intersection. Next to it is a little brown cabin with tourist information about the Hocking Hills region and it’s attractions. The slushies are only one dollar, and they are worth the incredible scenic drive and anxiety embedded by Deliverance.
Hannah and I enjoying our slushes
Hannah and I enjoying our slushesfall is a wonderful last ditch chance to just take off and play outside, enjoy nature and fresh air.

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