Why You Should Visit:
Hosak Cave Falls is a 50-foot tall seasonal waterfall located in the 17,000-acre Salt Fork State Park, Ohio's largest state park. The waterfall consists of two small streams, with the right stream being considerably larger in terms of volume. In the spring expect some pretty decent flow off this waterfall, otherwise expect the cave to be the main attraction of your visit.
To view Hosak's Cave. You'll want to take the .5 mile Hosak Cave Trail. To get to the trailhead, take Exit 47 off I-77 and go east. Turn left on to Route 1 and go past the entrance to the park office. Continue on this road through the park past the campsites. Cross the lake again and the first road on your left will take you to the trailhead. The trail is also marked as trail 13. The park map below may help you locate the trailhead.
Hosak's Cave Falls
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