We Bet You Didn’t Know There Was A Miniature Niagara Falls In Ohio

Without a doubt, Niagara Falls is the most famous waterfall in the country. The first state park designated in the United States, Niagara Falls State Park attracts some 30 million visitors each year and is a true American icon. Draining Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, the falls — technically a set of three cascades — are one of the most powerful on the continent, with six million cubic feet of water flowing every minute. Today’s adventure is admittedly *not* Niagara Falls, but that doesn’t make this waterfall in Ohio any less amazing. Hailed as the Miniature Niagara Falls of the Buckeye State, the 37-foot Charleston Falls is a commanding cascade and one of the most wondrous waterfalls in Ohio.

Did you know there was a Miniature Niagara Falls in Ohio? Charleston Falls might not have the size of its New York sibling, but what it lacks in stature it more than makes up for in scenic splendor.

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Address: Charleston Falls Preserve, 2535 Ross Rd, Tipp City, OH 45371, USA