We got to the visitor center with a large parking lot where many visitors start their hiking or biking on the Towpath Trail that goes through the historical area of the Erie and Ohio Canals. We had though of walking part of the path. However, it is Sunday and there are big crowds. It looks like all bikers and doesn't look like the time to walk, especially as we have Savannah with us. We will have to remember to bring our bikes the next time we are in this area, which we would like to return to. We only got a little taste of the Park and the whole area. Anyway, we had seen a sign down the road for a trail to a waterfall and so that is where we head.
There had been a saw mill at the top of the hill and some power building. There was still the remains of an electric company on the trail.
Note the colors on the rocks at the side of the waterfall.
We could have stayed longer but it is getting close to the Fourth of July and we need to make our way into New York. We have reservations for 4 days at another state park near Niagara Falls and then are going to be spending some time around the 4th in the Finger Lakes area. Originally we had only decided to stay near Cleveland because of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and at Maumee Lake because it was a good middle point between our last Michigan stop and the Cleveland area. We have enjoyed both Michigan and Ohio so much and would love to come back and explore some more. However, for now we continue east with our next stop, New York.