|Devil Millhopper Geological State Park|
When you first enter onto the trail, you have a choice of going to the sinkhole or to take a nature trail around the rim.
How did the park get its name, Devil Millhopper? Well, since there were a lot of fossilized bone and teeth from ancient life forms found in the bottom of the sink, this was said to be the millhopper that fed bodies to the Devil.* (excerpt from the park brochure)
As you travel down the steps, you will hear some little waterfalls.
Here is what the bottom looks like.
Time to climb back up.
This was a nice little walk. Remember to bring bug spray and some water. There are guided walks every Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. You can check out more about the park here