Hocking Hills State Park Cedar Falls Democracy Steps Poster
In a scenic wonderland filled with dozens of majestic waterfalls, Cedar Falls stands out as not just the most unique, but the largest by volume in all of Hocking Hills State Park. Located within the picturesque canyon of Queer Creek, the falls were once home to a grist mill built by early settlers in the 1800’s. This primitive and remote area is known for its numerous grottos and wet weather waterfalls, one of which named Ice Falls can only be seen during the coldest part of the year. Situated as the halfway point between Old Mans Cave and Ash Cave along the 6 mile long Buckeye Trail, the falls can also be reached via a moderate 1 mile loop from its own trailhead on State Road 374.
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