This waterfall is huge and the one that most visitors frequent when they re looking for a good waterfall hike. There was a 5 fee per vehicle and the park was very well maintained.
Torreya state park is one of florida s oldest dating back to the 1930s.
Florida waterfalls state park. Follow the sinkhole trail to see the waterfall and some very deep sinkholes. Perhaps the most popular waterfall in florida is the one at falling waters state park. We enjoyed a calm peaceful look at mother nature with a short walk on a very well built ramp path to the waterfall.
The waterfall has a drop of 25 feet with the volume of water pouring down dependent upon the season. Rainbow springs is a man made waterfall but certainly worthy of its place on the list. Iconic as the home of florida s tallest waterfall falling waters state park is a showcase for florida geology just south of i 10 in chipley.
Falling waters state park is the only place in florida where visitors can see a 70 foot tall waterfall. There are upper and lower views of the waterfall and sinkholes. Here you ll find rainbow river a natural spring and 3 man made waterfalls that can be seen from the park s pristine nature trails.
One of florida s hidden jewels a 74 foot waterfall is one of the most significant geological features in the state and the source of the park s name falling waters state park. Sections of boardwalk connect concrete walkways and natural dirt trails that leads visitors to many of the park s features including florida s highest waterfall. A florida attraction since the 1930s rainbow springs in dunnellon became a state owned facility in the 90s.
The park is very close to i 10 in chipley. While there are many hidden waterfalls in florida which one is the most well known. When there is sufficient rainfall in the area surface water flows down a small stream channel and over the rim of a large circular depression and cascades some 70 feet before disappearing into a cave.
What are the most well known waterfalls in florida. A boardwalk called the sink hole trail. As well as the interesting botany and geology it holds reminders of the civil war a plantation gregory house dated at 1849 and some interesting water features.