Here in Ohio, we’re fortunate to have so many amazing waterfalls. Many are hiding in plain sight, (like these waterfalls), but others take some planning to find.

If you’ve ever heard of an elusive “Corkscrew Falls” hiding in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio, you should know that it does in fact exist—but it goes by a different name and it’s only accessible after you’ve obtained a permit. Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve is home to this wondrous waterfall that once existed on private property, tucked away from the public eye. Today, lucky Ohio explores can view this stunning natural wonder. Here’s how:

Both Hollow State Nature Preserve is located at 7000 Beech Camp Rd., Logan, OH 43138. Have you ever been here before? If so, did you get to see Robinson Falls? Share your photos and experiences with us!

For more gorgeous (and easily accessible) waterfalls in Ohio, check out our previous article: 9 Unbelievable Ohio Waterfalls Hiding In Plain Sight… No Hiking Required.

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