Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park

Interesting
Follow a winding staircase to the bottom of the dramatic, 500ft-wide 120ft-deep sinkhole known as Devil's Millhopper. Sinkholes such as this are formed when rainwater seeping into limestone substrata creates an underground cavern that eventually collapses, leaving a deep cavity. This one was named for an Indian legend that told of the devil hurling human bodies into its depths.

Useful information

Address : 

4732 Millhopper Rd.

Phone:

+1 352-955-2008

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