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Robinson, aka Corkscrew, Falls

Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve, Ohio

Robinson Falls, also known as Corkscrew Falls, is a hidden gem tucked away in a narrow gorge within a newly opened section of Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve—the preserve, located along State Route 664, provides access to the falls along a primitive trail. You will find the trailhead near the intersection with Zwickle Road and SR664.

Boch Hollow and Robinson Falls are unique features of the Hocking Hills region of Ohio—a convoluted collection of beautiful sandstone, gorges, alcoves, and waterfalls representative of Ohio’s Allegheny Plateau. The waterfall itself, a horsetail plume approximately 12 to 15 feet tall, flows with seasonal fortitude over a precipice into a narrow gorge—complete with deep emerald plunge pools and moss covered walls, the gorgeous scenery is reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest.

Access to the waterfall is by permit only, obtain your free permit here—directions to the falls and a parking tag are included with your permit package. The hike to Robinson Falls only takes a few minutes but you will want to spend a lot of time enjoying and photographing the beauty of the area—plan to spend at least an hour at the falls.

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