Cedar Cliff Falls shines


A boy looks out over Massie Creek.

A boy looks out over Massie Creek.


Greene County Parks & Trails director Jon Dobney speaks about the park — “a best kept secret” — to a crowd of Cedarville residents during the ribbon cutting ceremony.


A hiker uses an overlook to peer out over the falls.


Cedarville University, county, and village officials cut the ribbon during the Indian Mound celebration.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Cedar Cliff Falls drew all eyes May 22 during the unveiling of the renovated Indian Mound Reserve in Cedarville. Greene County Parks & Trails crews replaced bathrooms and picnic tables, built new bridges and fencing and overlooks, constructed a new trail from Peterson Park to link all three areas of the reserve together, and more. Improvements to the 166-acre park — which features Massie Creek, a gorge, a log home and the Williamson Indian Mound — were made possible by the GCP&T levy.


A boy looks out over Massie Creek.

Greene County Parks & Trails director Jon Dobney speaks about the park — “a best kept secret” — to a crowd of Cedarville residents during the ribbon cutting ceremony.

A hiker uses an overlook to peer out over the falls.

Cedarville University, county, and village officials cut the ribbon during the Indian Mound celebration.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Cedar Cliff Falls drew all eyes May 22 during the unveiling of the renovated Indian Mound Reserve in Cedarville. Greene County Parks & Trails crews replaced bathrooms and picnic tables, built new bridges and fencing and overlooks, constructed a new trail from Peterson Park to link all three areas of the reserve together, and more. Improvements to the 166-acre park — which features Massie Creek, a gorge, a log home and the Williamson Indian Mound — were made possible by the GCP&T levy.

A boy looks out over Massie Creek.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/05/web1_LittleBoy-1.jpgA boy looks out over Massie Creek.

Greene County Parks & Trails director Jon Dobney speaks about the park — “a best kept secret” — to a crowd of Cedarville residents during the ribbon cutting ceremony.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/05/web1_Crowd-1.jpgGreene County Parks & Trails director Jon Dobney speaks about the park — “a best kept secret” — to a crowd of Cedarville residents during the ribbon cutting ceremony.

A hiker uses an overlook to peer out over the falls.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/05/web1_GirlOverlooking-1.jpgA hiker uses an overlook to peer out over the falls.

Cedarville University, county, and village officials cut the ribbon during the Indian Mound celebration.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/05/web1_Ribbon-1.jpgCedarville University, county, and village officials cut the ribbon during the Indian Mound celebration.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Cedar Cliff Falls drew all eyes May 22 during the unveiling of the renovated Indian Mound Reserve in Cedarville. Greene County Parks & Trails crews replaced bathrooms and picnic tables, built new bridges and fencing and overlooks, constructed a new trail from Peterson Park to link all three areas of the reserve together, and more. Improvements to the 166-acre park — which features Massie Creek, a gorge, a log home and the Williamson Indian Mound — were made possible by the GCP&T levy.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/05/web1_Falls1-1.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Cedar Cliff Falls drew all eyes May 22 during the unveiling of the renovated Indian Mound Reserve in Cedarville. Greene County Parks & Trails crews replaced bathrooms and picnic tables, built new bridges and fencing and overlooks, constructed a new trail from Peterson Park to link all three areas of the reserve together, and more. Improvements to the 166-acre park — which features Massie Creek, a gorge, a log home and the Williamson Indian Mound — were made possible by the GCP&T levy.