Cool Off This Summer With A Visit To These 7 Indiana Waterfalls
Nothing screams “adventure” like summer, and nothing screams summer like spending an entire afternoon lazing beside an impressive waterfall – which is easy to do when you live in the Midwest. We have literally hundreds of beautiful hikes that lead to awe-inspiring waterfalls scattered all over the state, and there’s no way you can call yourself a local if you’ve never explored them all! We’ve put together a selection of seven of our favorite waterfalls in Indiana for you to kill a hot afternoon at in the coming months; you might have heard of some of them, and others might be new to you (we kinda hope so!). Either way, exploration is strongly encouraged!
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So, what do you think? Which waterfalls in Indiana are your favorites? Tell us about them (and share pictures with us) in the comments! Think you’re daring enough to take the southern Indiana waterfall road trip? If so, click here for the article with the map, and enjoy!
Address: Clifty Falls, Madison Township, IN 47250, USA
Address: Tunnel Falls, Madison Township, IN 47250, USA
Address: Upper Cataract Falls, Jennings Township, IN 47460, USA
Address: Lower Cataract Falls, Jennings Township, IN 47460, USA
Address: McCormick's Creek State Park Saddle Barn, 250 McCormick Creek Park Rd, Spencer, IN 47460, USA
Address: Hemlock Cliffs, Union Township, IN 47118, USA
Address: Williamsport Falls, 25 N Monroe St, Williamsport, IN 47993, USA
Address: Kokiwanee - ACRES Land Trust, 5825 E 50 S, Lagro, IN 46941, USA
Tori Jane Ostberg plays with tornadoes for fun. When she's not out chasing the biggest and baddest storms mama nature has to offer, she can usually be found writing something, somewhere, or exploring the United States with her camera.
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