Rockbridge Falls by Carey Sherrill
Located in the Rockbridge State Nature Preserve, what makes this waterfall truly incredible is the 100-foot long natural bridge it flows next to, which happens to be the longest of the dozen known natural bridges in Ohio. Rockbridge Falls doesn't usually have a ton of water flowing, but thanks to the natural bridge, the waterfall is worth your time regardless of water flow.
Getting to Rockbridge Falls:
After parking at the preserve's lot at the address listed above, follow the only trail out of the parking lot until it splits. This is a loop trail, so whether you go left or right you'll end up at Rockbridge Falls. If you choose go right, the trail will split again and you'll stay left. The waterfall and natural bridge is about 1/2 mile away from the trail split no matter which way you choose to go.
Height: 40 feet
Crest: 10 feet
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Water flow level: Low-Medium
Address: 11475 Dalton Road, Rockbridge, Ohio
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