6 Unbelievable Wisconsin Waterfalls Hiding In Plain Sight… No Hiking Required

There are loads of waterfalls in Wisconsin. But many waterfalls can be hard to actually walk to in order to see. Not these waterfalls. These waterfalls are easy to walk to.

1. Stephens Falls (Dodgeville)

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Go on a gorgeous drive through Governor Dodge State Park to get very close to the waterfall. The trail to see the waterfall is less than a half mile.

2. Granite Quarry Waterfalls (Montello)

Four waterfalls spill over granite outcroppings. You can park right in an adjoining lot and just stand in front to take it all in.

3. Siskiwit Falls (Cornucopia)

The Bayfield area is full of so much you know of: sea caves and islands. But these falls are pretty awesome, too. You can see a 20 foot drop without much of a walk.

4. Upson Falls (Upson)

Iron County has loads of waterfalls, some of which are almost 90 feet tall. But Upson Falls is super easy to get to. In fact, you can even camp right here overnight.

5. Dave’s Falls (Amberg)

This gorgeous waterfall is easy to get to right from the parking lot. If the water looks awesome, you can even wade into the Pike River.

6. Cascade Falls (Osceola)

How far you walk determines what you can see. You can see the top of the falls from above. But if you’re willing to walk down some steps, you can see these falls in all their glory from below.

Have you been to these?