Discover One Of Indiana’s Most Majestic Waterfalls – No Hiking Necessary
Seeing a waterfall in Indiana doesn’t mean you need to take some great adventure with an endlessly long and difficult hike. The Hoosier town of Richmond is home to the most majestic waterfall in the state, Thistlethwaite Falls, and you can go see it without even having to take a hike! If you like exploring interesting places in nature, you’ll love these stunning falls. Check it out:
If you’re asking yourself, “where are there waterfalls near me,” check out these five Indiana waterfalls that are hiding in plain sight. If you’ve ever visited this majestic waterfall, we’d love to hear from you. Please share your photos and experiences in the comments! What Indiana waterfall is your favorite? Tell us about those in the comments, too!
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What are some great hiking trails with waterfalls in Indiana?
Did you know that Indiana is a waterfall paradise? It sure is, and there are plenty of awesome hikes and trails leading to and from waterfalls all over the state that you’re sure to fall in love with. There are more than 50 waterfall trails in Indiana! Our favorites – if we had to pick – include amazing hikes like the Clifty/Hoffman/Tunnel Falls Trail, located within Clifty Falls State Park. It’s a six-mile trail that leads hikers to some of the Hoosier State’s most beautiful waterfalls in one of its most beautiful parks. While you’re there, you’ll also want to look into hiking Clift Falls Trail #7. Other amazing trails with waterfalls in Indiana include the magical Trail #3 at Turkey Run State Park, which feels like something out of Middle Earth, and the amazing Salamonie River State Forest Park Loop Trail, which is nestled in the Salamonie River State Forest. It’s 2.6 miles long, and not terribly difficult. Need more Indiana waterfalls? Check out this list of some easy-to-reach falls all over the Hoosier State.
What are some of the best easy hikes in Indiana?
With literally hundreds, if not more, trails to choose from, it’s hard to decide where to go hiking first. We recommend amazing hikes like Cataract Falls via Ed Dailey Nature Trail, which can be found at Cataract Falls State Recreation Area. That trail is just under two miles long, at 1.7 miles, and it’s amazingly beautiful – especially for how easy it is! Another favorite is Little Clifty Falls, at Clifty Falls State Park. It’s 1.6 miles long and awe-inspiring – well worth the trip! Finally, try the Bluffs of Beaver Bend trail, which is within Bluffs of Beaver Bend. That one is a little longer, at 2.7 miles long, but also worth the (minimal) effort.