Why You Should Visit
Until just a few years ago, Corkscrew Falls sat deep within private land, inaccessible to the public. Today, however, the waterfall is part of the 607-Acre Boch Hollow Nature Preserve and can be viewed by anyone who wishes to see it. However, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources still requires you obtain a permit (albeit free) before visiting, as the area's ecosystem is quite fragile. You can apply for that permit here: http://naturepreserves.ohiodnr.gov/permits
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