There must be at least a dozen waterfalls in Hocking Hills State Park, located southwest of Logan, Ohio. Here are three of them. The first is at Ash Cave, the second is a minor one near Cedar Falls, and the last one is Cedar Falls itself. The last two were filmed in the dawn twilight because I wanted to get there before the riffraff spoiled the serenity. You might notice some yelling during the first clip, which was filmed in the afternoon.
At this time of year in late winter, the water flow is near peak from snow melt. Outside of late winter or early spring the flow is much less impressive. In late summer it can be a mere trickle.
In retrospect I should have filmed all of the falls. Perhaps on a future trip.