: Photograph of a man and woman waving from the rock shelter. A caption on the back of this photograph reads: "Rockhouse Park, Hocking State Forest."
Rock House, the only true cave in the Hocking Hills region, is a tunnel-like corridor situated on the side of a 150-foot Blackhand sandstone cliff. Small recesses in the rear of the cave are believed to have been used by American Indians as baking ovens. According to local folklore, the cave was also used as a hideout by robbers, horse thieves, and bootleggers, earning it the name Robbers' Roost. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B07F04_003_1 Subjects
: Hocking Hills State Park (Ohio); State parks and reserves; Geology; Natural features; Outdoor recreation; Hiking Places
: Hocking Hills State Park (Ohio); Hocking County (Ohio)