Last Summer while vacationing in Ohio, we visited the Hocking Hills area, about 50 miles south of Columbus. The region is home to 9 state parks and over 9000 acres of state forest land.
It'a a long way down to the bottom of the gorge to view the waterfalls.
There are caves and gorges that have evolved over hundreds of years because of water erosion.
Impressive waterfalls and natural rock bridges are unique to this area.
This is called "Cedar Falls", but because of so little rain last summer, there was no water!
( can you find the man with a blue shirt on the ledge? )
These photos can't compare to the real thing.....