Height: 20 feet
Crest: 1-10 feet
Difficulty to reach: Moderate
Photo by Carey Sherrill
Rock Stalls Falls is a semi-seasonal waterfall that half drops/half-slides down a rock face. The waterfall is located in the Rock Stalls Nature Sanctuary, a small preserve that shares many similarities with the nearby Hocking Hills State Park. The area is privately owned by Camp Atika, but public access to the park is permitted.
Getting to Rock Stalls Falls:
Rock Stalls Nature Preserve is owned by Camp Atika to get there take exit to OH-664 from US highway 33. You will then turn right on to Logan Horns Mill Road. The road will reach a three road fork, take the road furthest to the right which is Rock Stall Road. There will be a sign and a gravel parking lot on the right side of the road. The entrance to the trail is located on the far side of the parking lot. The trail to the waterfall is about 3/4 of a mile long.
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