Believe it or not...here is an opportunity to get some good ole winter comfort food while cruising (in your car, truck, etc. not your boat) through beautiful Hocking Hills State Park located in Logan, Ohio.

Yes, it is cold and snowy, hence the need for Comfort Food.  The Hocking Hills Comfort Food Cruise foods have been selected by fans via social media and these 10 stops along the way have done those dishes up right.   For the first ever CRUISE (2014) the dates have been extended. It began Jan. 25-26, but will continue on the weekends of Feb. 1-2 and Feb, 8-9. Tickets are good on those weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featured on your cruise of food are 10 Hocking Hills restaurants, each offering a sample of a favorite comfort food. Everyone will find something they like--event he kids! Who can't find something to "comfort" their tummies when it comes to cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, vegetable soup, grilled cheese, meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, pizza, chicken and dumplings, brownies and chocolate ice cream...OK they ice cream might be a little cold, but most of us can handle a little cold for the chocolate.

Along with getting a taste of a variety of comfort foods you get a chance to check out the restaurants in the area for future trips.   Those participating are: Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, Pearl's Diner,     Ralph's Ice Cream, The Boot Grill,   M&M Family Diner,   The Ridge Inn Restaurant, Millstone BBQ,   Rhapsody and Olde Dutch Restaurant.  There is more than food--in between stops--or after your "cruise" enjoy the beauty of the hills. Work up an appetite or walk off your full comforted tummy. Take some photos of Old Man's Cave, the spot that legend says was hermit Richard Rowe's home. Enjoy the fresh crisp air and spectacular winter landscape with a hike, rated easy, to Ash Cave or a longer walk to Cedar Falls or around Conkles' Hollow. There are many areas that offer gorgeous natural views and great opportunities for your inner photographer.  The park is located 40 miles southeast of Columbus, Ohio. It offers plenty of "things to do"for all ages. From relaxing at a spa to zip lining across the trees you will find something to tickle your fun fancy. the cruise costs $15 a person and $5 from each ticket is donated to the food bank. For more information on the food cruise or to purchase tickets visit the site for comfort food  or http://explorehockinghills.com/vp/687.aspx?url=/comfortfoodcruise.aspx .

For more information on the park visit ExploreHockingHills.com or call 1-800-Hocking 800-462-5464.

Believe it or not...here is an opportunity to get some good ole winter comfort food while cruising (in your car, truck, etc. not your boat) through beautiful Hocking Hills State Park located in Logan, Ohio.

Yes, it is cold and snowy, hence the need for Comfort Food.  The Hocking Hills Comfort Food Cruise foods have been selected by fans via social media and these 10 stops along the way have done those dishes up right.   For the first ever CRUISE (2014) the dates have been extended. It began Jan. 25-26, but will continue on the weekends of Feb. 1-2 and Feb, 8-9. Tickets are good on those weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featured on your cruise of food are 10 Hocking Hills restaurants, each offering a sample of a favorite comfort food. Everyone will find something they like--event he kids! Who can't find something to "comfort" their tummies when it comes to cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, vegetable soup, grilled cheese, meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, pizza, chicken and dumplings, brownies and chocolate ice cream...OK they ice cream might be a little cold, but most of us can handle a little cold for the chocolate.

Along with getting a taste of a variety of comfort foods you get a chance to check out the restaurants in the area for future trips.   Those participating are: Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, Pearl's Diner,     Ralph's Ice Cream, The Boot Grill,   M&M Family Diner,   The Ridge Inn Restaurant, Millstone BBQ,   Rhapsody and Olde Dutch Restaurant.  There is more than food--in between stops--or after your "cruise" enjoy the beauty of the hills. Work up an appetite or walk off your full comforted tummy. Take some photos of Old Man's Cave, the spot that legend says was hermit Richard Rowe's home. Enjoy the fresh crisp air and spectacular winter landscape with a hike, rated easy, to Ash Cave or a longer walk to Cedar Falls or around Conkles' Hollow. There are many areas that offer gorgeous natural views and great opportunities for your inner photographer.  The park is located 40 miles southeast of Columbus, Ohio. It offers plenty of "things to do"for all ages. From relaxing at a spa to zip lining across the trees you will find something to tickle your fun fancy. the cruise costs $15 a person and $5 from each ticket is donated to the food bank. For more information on the food cruise or to purchase tickets visit the site for comfort food  or http://explorehockinghills.com/vp/687.aspx?url=/comfortfoodcruise.aspx .

For more information on the park visit ExploreHockingHills.com or call 1-800-Hocking 800-462-5464.