While the word “waterfall” might not come to mind when you think of Ohio, they’re here, they’re hiding, they’re waiting to be discovered. From full-fledged falls to serene and steady flows, the most beautiful waterfalls in Ohio are diverse examples of natural beauty. Prepare to immerse yourself in the beauty of The Buckeye State, because this road trip is going to leave you longing for more time in the great outdoors. Check it out:

The most beautiful waterfalls in Ohio are diverse and lovely examples of why The Buckeye State is magical. Ohio is more than just farmland (with the occasional big city sprinkled in), yet features like these continue to surprise locals and visitors alike. Do you recognize any of these sites? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Can’t get enough of Ohio waterfalls? Take our wine and waterfall road trip to see some of the most beautiful flows while enjoying the finest wines the state has to offer.

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