For the first time in 50 years, this Ohio state park has a new trail (and it’s absolutely breathtaking)

One of Ohio’s most notable state parks just got a HUGE upgrade.

For the first time in 50 years, a new trail opened up at Hocking Hills State Park, according to Ohiogram.

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The new trail focuses around Whispering Cave, the second-largest cave in Hocking Hills, and it also serves as a much-needed connector between the park's other landmarks Old Man's Cave and Cedar Falls.

Some of the unique features of this new trail include a 105-foot waterfall, a 300-foot-wide cavernmassive sandstone cliffs and even a new swinging bridge.

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This new adventure surely belongs at the TOP of your summer bucket list.

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Where? 20160 State Route 664, Logan, Ohio.

Look for the large wood kiosk, which includes a map of the new trail and is the start of the trail.

Parking? Visitors may park in the dining lodge parking lot from sunrise to sunset, no overnight parking is allowed.

More infoWebsite 

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