Within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Brandywine Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in Ohio at 60 feet. No matter the time of year, this is an awesome sight.
This pretty waterfall in Ohio is a fan favorite. No trail leads to the falls, but it’s so popular that a path has been worn into the ground. The land the falls are on belongs to the Boston Mills Ski Resort within Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Lanterman’s falls are adjacent to the mill, and an observation deck is located at the rear of the building. The mill and waterfall are in Mill Creek Park on the outskirts of Youngstown, which is the second-largest Metropark after Central Park in New York City.
If you time it right, this falls will knock your socks off. Even when the flow is low, the surrounding area is spectacular. You can combine this with a visit to Chippewa Creek Falls. The Lower Falls is just a few hundred yards from the main parking lot at the Brecksville Reservation.
Most visitors to the very popular Black River Reservation don’t realize that this beautiful and powerful 40-foot waterfall exists. Especially after heavy rain, this waterfall will impress.