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Waterfalls are some of the most amazing features, and you can spend several hours just enjoying how the water is falling from great heights. Waterfalls also form some of the great tourist attractions all over the world. If you are one of the people who love waterfalls, here is a list of some of the most amazing falls in the world.

Yahoo Falls

Yahoo falls are located in Whitley, and they are the highest falls in Kentucky, standing at 113 feet high. It is a National recreational area full of opportunities for lovers of nature. Here you can have a full range of activities to make your outing great. You can opt for the Yahoo Falls trails that surround the falls, which offer many hiking options and camping opportunities. Great wildlife lovers get to see large animals roaming the place like the white-tailed deer, gray fox, elk, and bobcats, which have made this place their habitant.


Whiteoak Canyon Falls

Whiteoak Canyon Falls forms an amazing feature in that it is a series of 6 falls located in the Shenandoah National Park, and when there is plenty of rain; it is a total water wonderland. If you are looking for a hike in Virginia, Whiteoak Falls is the place to be. It will give you an amazing opportunity to explore six waterfalls and several swimming holes. If you love challenges, you have an opportunity to take a hike to the upper Whiteoak Falls, or you can also go the easy way through the lower Whiteoak Falls.


Tioga Falls

Tioga Falls is an interesting and scenic natural wonder waterfall located in west Kentucky, 30 miles south of Louisville. The waterfall hike is in Fort Knox, a military base, and therefore, it is sometimes closed up when there is military activity. The waterfall is located along the Dixie Highway towards Louisville, which makes it a very convenient stopover for tourists. The beauty of the place is that the trail follows a 150- year old wagon that passes through varied terrain, historic sites, and various interesting features. One thing that you must do here is to adhere to all the posted signs and remain on the marked trail. You will enjoy several historic landmarks as you take a walk along the trail.


Tannery Falls

Tannery Falls, also known as the High Falls, is located in Berkshire county Savoy town, and they originate from the Ross and the Park Brooke. The best time to visit these waterfalls is between May to October every year, and entrance is free. They are near Parker Brook Falls, the second-largest falls you can see from the waterfalls. Some small cascades are located inches from the parking lot, which you can also access from the main trail. The best time to visit the place is when the falls are flowing at their strongest. You can also enjoy the nearby hiking and biking trails in the Savoy Mountain State Forest within the Massachusetts area.


Sandstone Falls

The best way to access the waterfall is by driving, and you will have to pass through the park’s most scenic two alternative roads. One will take you through the town of Hinton and the second one through the River Road drive, the only scenic riverside drive. If your starting point is the Sandstone Visitor center at the Sandstone exit, you will enjoy excellent exhibits on the New River watershed. You will also pass through water resources and the natural and cultural history of the upper New River George. The Hilton town is a large historic district with a railroad museum, antique shops, and restaurants.


Roaring River Falls

Roaring River Falls is located in Kings Canyon National Park off General Highway in the Cedar Grove Area. It will give you a rewarding outing and a good stopover on your way to Kings Canyon. Some outstanding landmarks like Bubbs Creek with Kings River east up the Canyon towards Zumwalt Meadow, the Kanawyer Loop Trail. Keep on the right on the trail, and you will soon be at the base of the Roaring River Falls.


Resica Falls

Resica Falls is located along Bushkill Creek in Monroe County in Pennsylvania on the Resic Falls Scout Reservation, and it is open to visitors. It is approximately 25-30 feet high, with three separate streams of water. The waterfalls are partly unobstructed but whatever you can see is very beautiful. If you are going there by car, there is enough parking space. However, the visitors are only allowed up to a certain area. There is a restriction indicated by a rope that runs around the area.


Pennsylvania Water Falls

Pennsylvania falls are spread in the entire state, with eth highest concentration in the northeast and the southwestern parts of the state. The falls trail at Ricketts Glen State Park is one of the east waterfalls destinations in the region. It contains 20 waterfalls, with the tallest of them being 150 feet high, the Raymond skill Falls. The series of waterfalls in this region include Angel falls, cucumber falls, Buttermilk Falls, and Dry Run Falls.


Ozone Falls

Ozone Falls is a 43 acre of natural land in Cumberland County and one of Tennessee’s most heavily visited areas. It is a two-hour drive east of the Great Smoky Mountains, and the trailhead is easy to find. Although the parking is limited there is enough for everyone. If you want a lasting experience, take a down to swimming hole adventure. As you go down, take a note of the Gamblers Den, a small rock house.


Ohio Waterfalls

The Ohio waterfalls are spread in most agricultural areas, with a few in designated wildlife areas; state nature reserves abs State parks. The best time to visit waterfalls is during the spring, but you will still be impressed with what you see during winter. Hocking Hills has some of the best waterfalls for hiking and the ones next to Cleveland and near the Pennsylvanian border. The Ohio waterfalls are a hidden beauty buddle away in any place you want to begin in the natural landscape.


Ocqueoc Falls

Ocqueoc Falls is the largest waterfall you will find in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and the only one universally accepted in the USA. Here you have a stretch of six miles of hiking, biking, and cross country Skiing endless opportunities. Ensure you see where the Oqueoc River cuts the limestone bedrock underlying the region. It is not hard to see Salmons swimming through the underground channels in this area. Here you are also welcome by the state of the Forest Campground located at the falls.


Manido Falls

Manido Falls is located at Porcupine Mountains State Park, the West end of the U.P., and its water source, the Presque Isle River. One of the smallest waterfalls of the Presque Isle River is located in Michigan’s Porcupine Mountain State Park. But it sits just above the impressive Manabezho Falls and part of the Fascinating Presque Isle River.


Manabezho Falls

The spirit god has known Manabezho falls, and the largest falls on the last part of the Presque Isle River in the Porcupine Mountains. The Upper Peninsula has over 150 breathtaking waterfalls, and most of them are close to the Big Powderhorn Village. The beauty of the falls lies in the changing color of the water. It gives a nice experience with a new splash of color along with every turn of the road. The trees have great shades like orange, red; gold that provides the amazing colors on Lake Superior.


Little River Falls

Little River Falls is a must-see, and it is located near the Little River Canyon Visitor Center, where the formation of the Little River Canyon begins. It is at the end of America’s deepest and most extensive canyon system east of Mississippi. Whether you visit in the winter when the water is more or in summer when it is at a low level, you will still have a good time. It serves as a great area for outdoor family activities. However, the area is slippery, and the water is not very friendly. It can drown, so you must exercise caution while in this area.


Laughing Whitefish Falls

Laughing Whitefish Falls form impressive waterfalls, and the site features a mile of foot trails, a picnic area with a water pump, and three observation decks overlooking the falls. Laughing Whitefish Falls is located within the Escanaba River State Forest, with foot trails connecting the falls to the north county trail. It forms one the best Michigan’s Best family hiking destinations offering one of the best slices of natural scenery in the whole of America.


Kentucky Waterfalls

The jaw-dropping waterfalls in Kentucky are known for being one of the most scenic waterfalls in Kentucky. They make the place one of the most exciting places to visit, also named the Niagara of the South”. You will enjoy the breathtaking scenery with the waterfall plunging into a rocky gorge with sounds of thunder. One of the best scenes to watch here is the stunning moonbow forming over the waterfalls during the full moon.


Ithaca Falls

There is a saying that says Ithaca is Gorges with over 150 waterfalls within 10 miles, and an area carved by glaciers are scene s created millions of years ago. You can take five hikes or walks to breathtaking waterfalls in this finger lake oasis. It is a short easy to walk with a wide area to spread out and enjoy different views.


Indian Falls

Indian Falls are in Plumas County, California, and are named after a set of waterfalls on Indian Creek in the Lunenburg region. Here you have a good area for a picnic, on-site privies, rock beach, walking trails, and look-off points.


Hawk Falls

Hawk Falls has more than 40 miles of trails, and hiking is one of the first things you should do if you are spending time at Hickory Run State Park. The falls are easy to access as there is a wide path lined with traditional flora making it nice scenery to behold.


Grizzly Falls

Grizzly falls in Sequoia National Forest before Kings Canyon, and the Grizzly creek swells, making the waterfalls widen to a frothing wall of whiter water. It is a great place for picnic and family ventures.


Gogebic County

Here you will enjoy multiple waterfalls through the volcanic and the conglomerate rock with the Black River and the Presque Isle River as the main waterways. Each of them has multiple waterfalls as they flow towards Lake Superior. There are several trails best for those who love trails and hiking activities.


Fulmer Falls

Fulmer Falls is downstream from factory falls and Upstream from Deer Leap Falls on the Dingmans Creek. In addition, there is Childs Park in Pike County, part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational area. Here there are several physicals, cultural and historical features, and wide angles at the narrow gorges.


Elakala Falls

The Elakala Falls is a series of four waterfalls of Shays Run as it descends into the Blackwater Canyon in West Virginia. They are within Blackwater Falls State Park near Davis, West Virginia, and the first of four waterfalls in Tucker County within Blackwater Falls State Park. You can see it from the Pendleton point, and it is very easy to access through the trails.


Eagle Falls

Eagle Falls is one of Lake Tahoe’s most accessible waterfalls, and it is the first noteworthy feature on your hike into the Desolation Wilderness. You can enjoy the picnic area on top of Emerald Bay, and it is one of the most popular shortfalls because of its beauty and cascading waterfalls, lush green scenery, and trees.


Desoto Falls

Desoto State Park offers 78 improved sites located in a beautiful setting. Campsites are well-spaced with natural flora for privacy. There are several waterfalls throughout the park, and they are all accessible, with Desoto being the biggest and slightly on the outer side of the part.


Dead River Falls

Dead River Falls is one of the best waterfalls adventures on the Upper Peninsula, and it is a set of sudden plunges in a rocky gorge outside of Marquette. It drops hundreds of feet in total, creating a great scenic destination but easily accessible.


Curwood Castle

Curwood Castle, located in Curwood Castle Park, stands on the banks of the Shiawassee River. It was the writing studio of James Oliver Curwood, and it is now a museum. Here you get to see the historic home built by writer James Oliver Curwood.


Cumberland Falls

Cumberland fall is one of the best places for those who like horse riding with the impressive waterfalls that have earned the moniker of the Niagara of the South.


Chittenango Falls State Park

The park has several interesting varieties of plants and wildlife along the trails and you can view the falls from the top and walk the winding trail into the park. During winter, you will have a better flow of water on the falls, and during fall, you enjoy the surrounding foliage.


Chilnualna Falls

Chilnualna Falls is a series of waterfalls over an 8.5-mile hike culminating in a 180ft stepping cascade in the quiet south side of Yosemite. The waterfall trail is in the southern Wawona section of the park and offers several waterfalls and swimming holes.


Chapel Falls

Chapel Falls is a very attractive 60-foot waterfall in the Pictured Rock National Lakeshore Park. There are two viewing platforms along the trail that provide great views of the scenic Chapel Basin.


Cedar Falls Ohio

Cedar Falls is one of the seven hiking excursions with the greatest volume of water of all the falls and one of Ohio’s most popular natural history attractions located in Queer Creek, dropping almost 50 Feet.


Cedar Falls Hocking Hills

The trail leading to Cedar Falls passes through the most austere area in Hocking Hills and is one of the seven major hiking trails of Hocking Hills State Park in southern Ohio. The spa at Cedar Falls is one of the perfect settings for an afternoon of relaxation.


Cataract Falls Indian

Cataract Falls Indiana is the largest waterfall in Indiana by volume and is located inside Lieber State recreational area. If you are not residing in the area, consider booking a night at the Canyon Inn inside McCormick’s Creek State Park.


Bond Falls

Bond Falls is located in the western U.P. in southern Ontonagon County, and if you are headed to the Porcupine Mountains, you will have a lovely time at a stopover in Bond Falls. It is Pet –friendly and accessible with a scenic waterfall in southern Ontonagon County.


Amnicon Falls State Park

Amnicon Falls State Park features many waterfalls flowing from the Amnicon River, and it is open all year-round. It has four waterfalls and has all the basics for summer swimming. You can also relax at the R.V. area combined with hiking with all the waterfalls accessible.


Alabama Waterfalls

Alabama Waterfalls will offer you great scenes when you visit during the rainy season, with Desoto as one of the highest and most visited waterfalls. Of course, it would be best if you had no hikes here, but you could enjoy a waterfall series in the area.


Agate Falls

Agate Falls is the Michigan State Scenic site with a roadside park with a waterfall and a scenic site in the interior Township in Southern Ontonagon. You can see a glimpse of the waterfall if you walk under the overpass next to the railroad bridge. It is an amazing site if you view the bridge from below.


These and many other features will make your trip interesting, and it will be good if you prepare well according to the place you are visiting.

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