Fall Creek Falls
Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee
at 256 feet, it's the highest plunge of water east of the Mississippi
The waterfall of Henry W. Longfellow's "Song of Hiawatha". The falls are actually in a large city park, easy to get to. I've been to the lake but don't remember going into the Twin Cities to see the falls.
I saw these falls beaucoup years ago traveling with my parents, but I want to see them again. Refresh the yellowing memory.
origin is the Horsepasture
River, western part of
Yes, all the waterfalls are the same because they all have the same prime component, H2O and a lot of it, but they're still all different. And how one gets to them varies tremendously and can make for a very fine adventure.
Cumberland Falls State Park, Kentucky
Known as "The Niagara of the South". I saw these falls in the 80's at a family reunion held in this park but want to see - and hear - them again.
Umpqua National Forest
Watson Creek plunges 272 feet between these column of rocks into another couple hundred feet of cascades. Gorgeous! Imagine the sound....
Cuyahoga National Park
At 60 feet, Brandywine is a baby waterfall compared to most. It's part of the Lake Erie watershed.
Bridal Veil Falls, and
Niagara Falls, January 2014
This listing is just a raindrop in the bucket of how many waterfalls I hope to see....I've got another list for waterfalls on other continents but that'll for another post. Have to give you time to dry off from this one first.