Honey Run Waterfall Park Handicap Accessibility



The Honey Run Waterfall Park will soon be featuring new additions to the park for those who need handicap accessibility. We can finally answer “yes” when asked if the trail is handicap accessible, as a small section of it will be. These featured improvements begin at the start of the trailhead and offer a viewing deck and walkway for those who are unable to view the area on foot.
J. Eric Biggs passed in October of 2011. His loving and generous family solicited donations in Eric’s memory for the Park District through the Knox County Foundation, Knox Parks Fund. With these funds and working with Eric’s widow Amy, the idea to build an ADA compliant parking lot and an accessible walkway and deck at the Honey Run Waterfall is finally becoming a reality.
The Honey Run Waterfall Park will be closed the week of October 18 for the parking pad and walkway construction. We respectfully ask all visitors to avoid Honey Run Waterfall Park during this project. Check back frequently for updates on the project and closures.
Please join us in celebrating this very important milestone for the Knox County Park District which gives many others the chance to experience this fabulous Knox County gem, the Honey Run waterfall! #honeyrunwaterfall #knoxcountyohio @visitknoxohio #exploreknoxcountyparkdistrict
Information courtesy of the Knox County Park District

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