With miles of trails, rugged cliffs and caves, sandstone gorges and serene waterfalls, this southeastern Ohio park is a nature enthusiast’s dream!

As the largest recessed cave east of the Mississippi River, the magnificent horse-shoe shaped cave rim spans 700 feet!

Ash Cave

One of the most unique features in the area includes a narrow passage down into the gorge.

Cantwell Cliffs

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Hikers can access the falls by descending 100 steps down into the grotto from the parking lot or hike the Buckeye Trail from either Ash Cave or Old Man’s Cave.

Cedar Falls

Deriving its name from the hermit, Old Man’s Cave is the most visited area in the park.

Old Man’s Cave

The tub is located on a weak layer of Black Hand Sandstone and is constantly widening due to the swirling action of Old Man’s Creek.

Devil’s Bathtub

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The spectacular Rock House can be accessed from the parking lot a rugged trail with several sets of steps.

Rock House

Locals believe Moonville Tunnel is haunted, with several spirits seen on various occasions lurking in the tunnel.

Moonville Tunnel

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