We have assembled a list of frequently asked questions at the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge.
Q: Is the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge still open and operating as usual?
A: No, Due to a fire, the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge is now CLOSED. Please check back for updates on the rebuild.
In the mean time, we hope you will check out our sister restaurant, the Lake Hope Dining Lodge, located in the Lake Hope State Park. Please check their website, www.lakehopelodge.com for more information.
Q: Do you accept reservations?
A: No, we are a casual dining restaurant and operate as such. Our large dining room can accommodate large and small groups, and we do our best to minimize the rare wait.
Q: Do you cater?
A: Yes, we have two banquet spaces to accommodate small and large groups for meetings, parties, reunions and weddings. We cater in-house and can work with you to create a menu to fit your budget and taste.
Q: Do you sell alcohol, or may I bring in my own?
A: We do have a full liquor license which does not allow for alcohol to be brought in by guests. Want something special? Just ask ahead of time and we should be able to get it for your special occasion.
Q: Do you offer overnight accommodations?
A: No, Hocking Hills Dining Lodge is dining only. However, Hocking Hills State Park offers cabins for rent just down the hill from the lodge. Contact them at. (740) 385-6842 for availability and reservations. For additional lodging options, check out hockinghills.com or http://www.exlorehockinghills.com/ for a comprehensive listing of local overnight options.
Q: Can we rent the pool for a private party?
A: The pool is operated by the state park. Call the park office at (740) 385-6842 for all pool inquiries.
Q: I have food allergies. Can you accommodate my dietary requirements?
A: We are able to accommodate most any dietary requirement, but if you have food allergies, please bring it to the attention of your server and we can inform you of the ingredients in any menu item. Our menu items are made from scratch. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Just ask…