Everyone In indiana Must Visit This Epic Waterfall As Soon As Possible

Indiana might be considered a fairly flat state (and let’s face it, for the most part it is), but that doesn’t stop our fair state from having some pretty awesome natural wonders. Indiana is home to a large selection of naturally occurring waterfalls, that offer some pretty amazing hiking and sightseeing. While all of these waterfalls are breathtaking, Cataract Falls in Owen County is one waterfall that every Hoosier has to visit at least once.

Cataract Falls is composed of two sets of falls that drop into Mill Creek creating a cascade of nearly 80 ft, making this waterfall the state’s largest waterfall (by volume). Located in Lieber State Recreation Area, you can easily visit this waterfall by paying a $7 vehicle entry fee.

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You absolutely have to make a trip to Cataract Falls to appreciate the beauty firsthand. Has anyone here ever visited the falls before? What did you think of them?


Address: Cataract Falls, Jennings Township, IN, USA