Plan A Visit To Grand Falls, Missouri's Beautifully Blue Waterfall
Mother Nature certainly knows how to create masterpieces, doesn’t she? Just look at the many mountains, lakes, and waterfalls in Missouri. Visiting waterfalls, in particular, is one of the most fun things to do in Missouri – from hiking to Mina Sauk Falls, the tallest waterfall in Missouri, to taking a dip in the pool into which Grand Falls in Missouri falls. There’s so much fun to be had in the blue waters of these natural wonders in Missouri.
Have you been to Grand Falls in Missouri? What’s your favorite thing about the waterfall? Or are there any other Missouri waterfalls that we absolutely must cover? Let us know in the comments! If you really love waterfalls, gas up the car and head out on the ultimate waterfall road trip in Missouri.
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What are some other must-visit waterfalls in Missouri?
If Grand Falls took your breath away, you'll absolutely want to visit Mina Sauk Falls in Taum Sauk Mountain State Park. The tallest waterfall in Missouri, Mina Sauk Falls is a spectacle to behold. It's 132 feet tall, and totally glorious. The best part is that accessing the falls is easy; the three-mile Mina Sauk Falls Trail will take you right there! The trail winds through gorgeous Show-Me State scenery -- beside babbling brooks, lush forests, and wildflower fields. It's truly *the* must-visit waterfall in Missouri!
Are there any waterfall road trips I can take in Missouri?
- Ultimate road trip to the best waterfalls in Missouri
Absolutely there are! The greatest thing about a waterfall road trip is that the falls are all located in beautiful state parks and natural areas, guaranteeing that the falls won’t be the only breathtaking wonders you see. You can take a hike with a beautiful waterfall rewarding you at the end; explore a city park with numerous attractions; or simply sit with a picnic and your thoughts for an afternoon. No matter where you find the falls, you will have fun just getting there, so take your time and look around a bit.
What are some little-known waterfalls in Missouri?
While our state isn't home to a lot of named waterfalls, there is an abundance of little-known waterfalls in Missouri that evade both the spotlight and most listicles, such as: