Height: 20 feet
Crest: 80 feet
Difficulty to reach: Easy
Water flow level: Medium
Address: 9140 Covington-Gettysburg Road, Covington, Ohio
Greenville Falls has two park entrances: one is at 9140 Covington-Gettysburg Road and 4720 Rangeline Road. Both are located in Covington. To get to the falls from the Covington-Gettysburg address take the trail to the right out of the parking lot, the falls are just a short walk from there. You can walk a minute or so upstream to see remains of an old dam or loop back to the parking lot by taking a left, this trail is just a bit longer than a quarter mile. The other entrance to the park won't take you to the waterfall, but will take you to the mill and powerplant.
This is a very wide cascade that slides 20 feet down Greenville Creek. The park is located in the small 92-acre Greenville Falls State Scenic Area, which also contains a the site of an old mill, a gorge, and a natural arch that was formed by water. Although this may be one of the most well known waterfalls in all of Western Ohio, I personally believe that the nearby West Milton Cascades and Ludlow Falls are a bit more impressive.
Photo from Gowaterfalling.com
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