These 4 Breathtaking Waterfalls Are Hiding In Columbus
Waterfalls are one of the most soothing experiences offered by nature. The mesmerizing fall of water and the gentle thunder of the falls as they hit the ground underneath fill us with a deeply calming sensation unrivaled by many others. Hidden in our own city in little-known parks are multiple beautiful waterfalls! Visit these magical spots when you’re ready for a break from it all. Remember: waterfalls are best after a rainfall. If you arrived here upon searching for “waterfalls near me” and you just so happen to be in the Columbus area, visit these ones ASAP!
Are you ready to take in these beautiful waterfalls and allow your mind to unwind? Let us know if you know of any other hidden gems in Columbus!
If you’re yearning for more, check out these waterfalls in Ohio.
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What are some of the best hiking trails with waterfalls in Ohio?
Here at Only In Your State, we’re kind of obsessed with waterfalls and lucky for us, Ohio just so happens to be filled with them! There are so many (literally a couple hundred) that it’s impossible to really pick a favorite, though we do have some waterfall hikes in Ohio that we’re totally into. For example, do the Sheepskin Hollow Falls Trail, at Sheepskin’s Hollow Nature Preserve; that trail features not one but TWO amazing waterfalls, one of which is 15 feet tall and the other of which is 20 feet tall. Another good one is Hayden Falls Run Trail, near Columbus; that waterfall is just off the road nestled within a cozy suburb. It’s a very short trek to the 30-foot-tall waterfall that’s sure to take your breath away. Then, do the Ash Cave Waterfall Trail and the Cedar Falls Trail at Hocking Hills State Park. The Ash Cave Trail leads up behind the falls, which is a unique experience, and Cedar Falls Trail leads to what is arguably one of the best falls in the state (especially after a good rainstorm). Want some waterfalls in Ohio without the hike? Check out this article for some easy-access Ohio waterfalls.
Where are the best waterfalls in Ohio?
Okay, really – how are we even supposed to pick? Waterfalls are kind of our thing, and we can’t just pick one or two as the “best.” Like we mentioned above, one of those would definitely be Cedar Falls, but there are so many more worth noting, too! Brandywine Falls is the tallest waterfall in Ohio at an impressive 60 feet tall. It can be found within Cuyahoga Valley National Park in northeastern Ohio. Great Falls on Tinker Creek isn’t super tall – just 15 feet – but it’s wide, being an impressive 80 feet wide! Cascade Falls, at Nelson Kennedy Ledges State Park, offers three amazing vantage points to view the falls from: above, below, and behind (which is always epic). Truth is, any waterfall you pick to visit in Ohio is likely to be worth the trip. Our state is so beautiful, and the waterfalls just enhance that experience.