There are seven major hiking areas in Hocking Hills State Park - All are one-way trail systems   Ash Cave, Old Man's Cave, Rock House, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs, and Hemlock Bridge Trail leading to Whispering Cave. Each of these park areas offers a unique experience for those who walk its paths no matter what season (the park is open year around from dawn to dusk). Located in the southern edge of Hocking County,

All trails are open dawn to dusk all year long. Hikers must remain on designated trails. There is no swimming or walking in the waterfalls or creeks. Dogs must remain on a leash at all times (no pets allowed in Conkle's Hollow, a nature preserve).

Cedar Falls - Hocking Hills State Park - 21724 Ohio 374 Scenic, Logan, OH 43138 GPS Tracking: 39.417215,-82.525359

Cedar Falls has one of the largest waterfalls in the Hocking Hills Region.   Visitors can expect to see moss-covered cliffs, a rugged trail and maybe the remnants of a grist mill that was built above the falls in the mid-1800's.

The trail is about a 1/2 mile long and takes about 40 minutes to hike. Pets are permitted on leash.



Hocking Hills State Park Map


Click Map for Larger PDF - 1 Way Trail

Start at Parking Area. End at Parking Area.

Yellow: Bottom Cedar Falls Trail (Yellow Blazes on Trees)

Red: Top of Gorge Rim Trail (Red Blazes on Trees)

Blue: Grandman Gatewood Trail (Blue Blazes on Trees)



Cedar Falls - A seasonal waterfall along the trail.

Cedar Falls

Cedar Falls - Steps to parking area and waterfall.

Cedar Falls - Trail ambles along creek.

Cedar Falls - Hocking Hills State Park

Cedar Falls - Mid point for Winter Hike in January. Waterfalls and Cliffs.

Cedar Falls - Hocking Hills State Park

Cedar Falls - A-Frame Bridge. Hocking Hills State Park Trail System.


Cedar Falls - Hocking Hills State Park

Winter Hike in the Hocking Hills - Trail from Cedar Falls to Ash Cave. Open all year.

Cedar Falls - Hocking Hills State Park

All hikers must remain on the designated trails for safety. All trails are clearly marked.