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Hocking Hills State Park Cedar Falls © Jason Vickers
Cedar Falls is among the most magnificent waterfalls in Ohio and certainly one of the most popular in the Hocking Hills. No matter what time of year you visit, Cedar Falls Ohio is a sight to behold. The name Cedar Falls is a misnomer the result of mistaken identity. Early settlers to the area misidentified the stately hemlock trees as cedar trees consequently, this park was incorrectly named. Despite the mistake, the name Cedar Falls has been used ever since.
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Photographer: Jason Vickers
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Cumberland Falls
Cumberland Falls, sometimes called the Little Niagara, the Niagara of the South, or the Great Falls, is a large waterfall on the Cumberland River in southeastern Kentucky. Spanning the river at the border of McCreary and Whitley counties, the waterfall is the central feature of Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, which is surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest.
Cedar Falls
Cedar Falls is among the most magnificent waterfalls in Ohio and certainly one of the most popular in the Hocking Hills. No matter what time of year you visit, Cedar Falls Ohio is a sight to behold. The name Cedar Falls is a misnomer the result of mistaken identity. Early settlers to the area misidentified the stately hemlock trees as cedar trees consequently, this park was incorrectly named. Despite the mistake, the name Cedar Falls has been used ever since.
Fall Reflections
Taken Fall 2008 near the Cedar Falls waterfall.
Old Mans Cave Falls
This is another waterfall in the Hocking Hills State Park in Logan , Ohio. Old Mans Cave is a well-known name in the Hocking Hills of southeastern Ohio. A favorite hiking destination, Old Mans Cave Ohio is arguably the most popular of the six areas at Hocking Hills State Park. A mile-long gorge at Old Mans Cave displays a variety of geologic features, including waterfalls, sandstone cliffs and rock formations with names like the Devils Bathtub, Sphinx Head, Eagle Rock and Whale in the Wall.
Moss Rock Falls
This image taken at the Hocking Hills State Park in Logan , Ohio. This taken near Cedar Falls in the State Park. An awesome place to shoot for those Photographers who enjoy preserved nature and during the spring extreme, vibrant colors.
Fall Creek Falls
A paradise of more than 20,000 acres sprawled across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau, Fall Creek Falls State Park is one of the most scenic and spectacular outdoor recreation areas in America. Laced with cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams, and lush stands of virgin hardwood timber, the park beckons those who enjoy nature at her finest. While Fall Creek Falls, at 256 feet, is the highest waterfall in the eastern United States, other waterfalls in the park are Piney and Cane Creek Falls and Cane Creek Cascades.
Glade Creek Grist Mill
The Glade Creek Grist Mill is a new mill that was completed in 1976 at BabcockFayette , West Virginia. Fully operable, this mill was built as a re-creation of one which once ground grain on Glade Creek long before Babcock became a state park. Taken Febuary 2 , 2009
Glade Creek Grist Mill
The Glade Creek Grist Mill is a new mill that was completed in 1976 at BabcockFayette , West Virginia. Fully operable, this mill was built as a re-creation of one which once ground grain on Glade Creek long before Babcock became a state park.
Frozen Grist Mill
The Glade Creek Grist Mill is a new mill that was completed in 1976 at BabcockFayette , West Virginia. Fully operable, this mill was built as a re-creation of one which once ground grain on Glade Creek long before Babcock became a state park.
Glade Creek Sunset
The Glade Creek Grist Mill is a new mill that was completed in 1976 at BabcockFayette , West Virginia. Fully operable, this mill was built as a re-creation of one which once ground grain on Glade Creek long before Babcock became a state park.
Boley Lake
This is 19 acre Boley Lake at the Babcock State Park in Fayette , West Virginia. Taken July 2009
Tecumseh Falls
Tecumseh Falls drop 10 feet over an overhanging ledge in Holly River State Park in Webster County on Big Run of Laurel Fork of Holly River. This image taken June 2009.
Shupes Chute Falls
Holly River State Park near Flatwoods, WV, in Webster County, protects 8,101 of remote mountain forest and is the second largest state park in West Virginia. Holly River is especially popular with campers and hikers visiting the park's waterfalls and high ridges. Recreation hiking, biking, swimming pool, game courts, playground Lodging 10 cabins, 88 camping sites Dining restaurant, sundries store Highlights Tecumseh Falls, Tenskwatawa Falls, Potato Knob, Shupe's Chute Falls.
Pipestem Falls
Pipestem Falls drops nearly 30 feet over a sandstone ledge on Pipestem Creek near the rear entrance to Pipestem Resort State Park.
Black Fork Falls
Twin Falls Resort State Park , in Wyoming County, northwest of Mullens, West Virginia, protects 1,740 acres of wooded uplands surrounding its namesake falls. Twin Falls is among West Virginias most popular destination parks. The Twin Falls of the Marsh Fork and Black Fork lend the park its name.
Marsh Fork Falls
Twin Falls Resort State Park in Wyoming County, northwest of Mullens, West Virginia, protects 1,740 acres of wooded uplands surrounding its namesake falls. Twin Falls is among West Virginias most popular destination parks. The Twin Falls of the Marsh Fork and Black Fork lend the park its name.
Marsh Falls
Marsh Falls is another wonderful Waterfall in the Camp Creek State Park in West Virginia.
Campbells Falls
Camp Creek, from which these areas take their name, is one of the best stocked trout streams in the state and can offer hours of fishing enjoyment.
Kanawha State Forest
Located just seven miles south of Charleston, West Virginia, Kanawha State Forest is in close proximity to the heavily populated Kanawha Valley and is a recreational haven. Some of the state's most popular picnic areas are here, along with significant hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing opportunities. A playground attracts families during the summer season and the fully equipped campground is one of the few in the Charleston area. The 9,300-acre forest is noted among naturalists for its diverse wildflower and bird populations. Rich cove forest sites provide nesting habitat for 19 species of wood warblers, a feature which draws birders from as far away as Canada.
Falls of Hills Creek
Tucked away in a narrow gorge just off the Highland Scenic Highway in West Virginia is a hidden treasure known as the Falls of Hills Creek Scenic Area. This popular 114 acre area contains three waterfalls 25 feet, 45 feet, and 63 feet. The lower falls, at 63 feet is the second highest waterfall in West Virginia.
Falls of Hills Creek Lower
Tucked away in a narrow gorge just off the Highland Scenic Highway in West Virginia is a hidden treasure known as the Falls of Hills Creek Scenic Area. This popular 114 acre area contains three waterfalls 25 feet, 45 feet, and 63 feet. The lower falls, at 63 feet is the second highest waterfall in West Virginia.
Falls of Hills Creek Middle Falls
Tucked away in a narrow gorge just off the Highland Scenic Highway in West Virginia is a hidden treasure known as the Falls of Hills Creek Scenic Area. This popular 114 acre area contains three waterfalls 25 feet, 45 feet, and 63 feet. The lower falls, at 63 feet is the second highest waterfall in West Virginia.
Cathedral Rainbow
This is another composition at the Cathedral Falls on US60 near Gauley Bridge area in West Virginia , I was trying to capture in this a close up shot of the 2nd half of the tier of this fall , a faint Rainbow at the top
Seneca Rocks
Seneca Rocks is a large crag and local landmark in Pendleton County in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, USA. It is easily visible and accessible along West Virginia Route 28 in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area. One of the best-known scenic attractions in West Virginia, the sheer rock faces of Seneca Rocks are a popular challenge for rock climbers.
Spruce Knob
Spruce Knob, at 4,863 feet 1,482 m, is the highest point in the state of West Virginia, USA, and the summit of Spruce Mountain, the tallest mountain in the Alleghenies.
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