Meadow Run Natural Water Slides Area
A popular stop for tourists, the natural water slides are sheets of sandstone that, over the course of 300 million years (give or take a few), have smoothed into a chute. How fast you slide through the rocks depends on the water level at the time.
It’s a great way to cool off on a hot summer’s day—not to mention get your blood pumping. To be clear, though, this is not a designated swimming area, and you slide at your own risk. At best, you might come away with a few scrapes and bruises. If you’re not thoughtful and haven’t first checked on the latest safety reports in the area, it could be much worse. This one’s not for everyone, so please be cautious and proceed at your own risk.
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Fallingwater (3.4 miles)
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Meadow Run Natural Water Slides Area, PA-381
Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania 15470
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