In this study, we show the maximum cavity radius prediction model that a droplet impacts an inclined bath. Surface tensions, viscosities, inclination angles of a bottom substrate, droplet diameters, falling heights of the droplet are varied for the experiment. We experimentally observe that the cavity grows in hemispherical shape like the cavity formed in a deep bath although the depth of the bath is non-uniform due to an inclined bottom substrate. We derive two theoretical models to predict the experimental results of the fully developed cavity. Although each model has error, we observe that qualitatively theoretical model predicts the trend of experiment results well.