Alabama January 28, 2019
If You Don’t Visit These 8 Alabama Waterfalls This Year You Just Might Regret It
Several amazing waterfalls are located throughout Alabama. While some are hidden away, others aren’t. In fact, several waterfalls are easily visible and only require a short walk to reach them. Listed below are eight waterfalls in Alabama you’ll want to visit this year. If you don’t, you just might regret it.
1. DeSoto Falls - Mentone
DeSoto Falls plunges 104 feet into a pool of water below. It's one of the tallest and most beautiful waterfalls in the entire South.
2. Turkey Creek Falls - Pinson
Turkey Creek Falls is the main attraction at Turkey Creek Nature Preserve. It can be accessed by various trails and visited year-round. This waterfall is especially popular during the summer. Both children and adults enjoy swimming at the "Falls" and using it as a natural waterslide.
3. Peavine Falls - Pelham
Peavine Falls is a beautiful waterfall that's located at Oak Mountain State Park. This 65-foot waterfall is formed from a stream that flows from the top of Oak Mountain. It's situated at the end of a trail and is well worth the hike.
4. Little River Falls - Fort Payne
Little River Falls is located within North Alabama's Little River Canyon National Preserve. This 45-foot waterfall is one of the state's most visited outdoor attractions.
5. Rainbow Falls - Phil Campbell
Rainbow Falls is the first waterfall you’ll see when you enter Dismals Canyon. This lovely 15-foot waterfall cascades over moss-covered rocks. It's a must-visit!
6. Noccalula Falls - Gadsden
Noccalula Falls is the main feature of Noccalula Falls Park. This beautiful waterfall plunges approximately 90 feet into the Black Creek ravine.
7. Chewacla Falls - Auburn
Chewacla Falls is a 30-foot waterfall that's located at Chewacla State Park. Mountain Laurel Trail, the park's most popular trail, leads to this scenic waterfall.
8. Upper Caney Creek Falls - Double Springs
Upper Caney Creek Falls, which is located within North Alabama's Bankhead National Forest, is one of the state's most picturesque waterfalls. Hikers from all over the Southeast and beyond come to see this waterfall up close and in person.
Have you ever visited any of these Alabama waterfalls? If so, what did you think? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments.
To experience more beautiful waterfalls, you’ll want to take the
Ultimate Alabama Waterfalls Road Trip.