Shingle Mill Falls
There are three falls, each with their own small but fairly deep pool at the bottom, but the top fall has the largest of the pools. The two lower pools give you a chance to sit under the falls themselves. After the falls the river takes a turn right, where it slows down and opens up, giving you a large deep area to swim in. There are lots of flat rocks to climb and sunbath in and would be a great place to set up camp for the night.
Coming from the Long Point Road and Partridgeville Rd. intersection, follow Partridgeville Rd. northeast for about 0.9 miles. There will be a turn off on your left for the falls, and it’s a rough dirt road, but not hard to drive down. There are some spots for camping along here. The road will kind of end and you will walk the remaining .2 miles to the river.
If you continue up Partridgeville Road for a few more minutes, you will see another road on your left, which is right by the river and has a medium sized pool that you could swim in, and would also be a great place to camp for the night. This is the trailhead for the Crooked Creek Trail.
- 5 min.
- +43 43.153, -75 15.791