Home / nature / boch hollow nature preserve BOCH HOLLOW NATURE PRESERVE 14/08/2021 We newly went to Robinson Falls (aka “Corkscrew Falls”) at Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve. The waterfall is situated off-trail at the maintain, so we derived a totally free permit from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to visit the drops. Along through the permit, they sent out us a map mirroring the falls, where to park, directions, and also preserve rules. Robinchild FallsThe ODNR-offered map directed us to a little pull-off from the road that holds a couple of cars. We situated the trail-head throughout the road from the parking area and proceeded dvery own a narrowhead trail to a small gorge valley. The trail continued to the right to an overlook above the gorge (complete hiking distance 0.2 miles). At the head of the gorge valley, we could see the waterfall.You watching: Boch hollow nature preserveWe estimate that the falls is ten to fifteen feet high. It is situated some distance from the overlook through a steep drop in between. A tripod and also a electronic camera via a great telephoto allowed a tight shot of the waterfall.Trail-head for Robinkid Falls after crossing road.See more: Starr Taggart Biology The Unity And Diversity Of Life, 15Th EditionCloser look at trailheadLooking back at parking areaPath to drops – note an ODNR off-trail permit is requiredLooking dvery own into gorge valley from trailLooking downstream (to the left) into the tiny gorge. Falls is upstream (to right)The overlook; that’s the falls over the leaning log.View of drops from overlookRobinchild Falls (telephoto shot from overlook)Just for fun, Deb did a little post-handling, adding a kayaker from another photo and also making the falls look huge.Further informationLocationObtain the resolve from the Ohio Department of Natural Reresources while requesting your permit.More on WaterfallsShare the write-up "Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve: Robinkid Falls"