Rainbow Falls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Rainbow Falls alabama

Rainbow Falls is the first waterfaall you’ll see entering Dismal’s Canyon with a 15′ drop, clear water, and plenty of moss-covered rocks to photograph. Tours at night through the canyon to see bioluminescent bugs are a unique chance to enjoy nature.

Neversink Falls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Neversink Falls alabama

While getting a permit in requires a little work, the incredible waterfall into Neversink pit offers a view like no other. Since the Stephens Gap Callahan Cave Preserve property was bought and established by the Southeastern Cave Conservancy in 2014, the preserve has been using a permitting process to control access to the preserve. Once you and your group is … Read More

Noccalula Falls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Noccalula Falls Alabama near Gadsden

Noccalula Falls and Noccalula Falls Park offer several attractions topped with an impressive 90 foot waterfall. There is miniature golf, a small zoo, hiking trails, a sightseeing train, and historic buildings to explore.  You can also park at Jack’s and skip the park entrance fee altogether. Noccalula Falls is just north of Gadsden and just a short detour off of … Read More

Peavine Falls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Peavine Falls near Birmingham, AL

Peavine Falls near Birmingham in Oak Mountain State Park is a beautiful waterfall with a steep approach at the top of the falls.  It’s tough to photograph from the top, so make your way to the bottom for the best photos and a chance to get a little wet! After entering the park, proceed to the parking area for Peavine … Read More

Little River Falls

KiranAlabama Waterfalls2 Comments

Little River Falls trip guide in Little River Canyon National Preserve Alabama

Little River Falls is probably the most accessible large waterfall in the state, just off of Highway 35 with practically no hike to enjoy gorgeous views. As with all waterfalls, spring and fall after big rains will yield the most impressive flow. Little River Falls is a great stop on the DeSoto State Park and Little River Canyon National Preserve … Read More

Indian Falls Alabama

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Indian Falls alabama

Indian Falls is a nice ~25 foot waterfall with a large natural shelter near the store in DeSoto Falls State park. To reach Indian Falls, take the path across the road from the Azalea Cascades boardwalk parking area. Walk around the edge of the fence along the creek to the top of the falls. From there, there are trails going … Read More

Moss Rock Preserve and Waterfalls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls alabama

Moss Rock Preserve near Hoover, Alabama near Birmingham is home to several nice cascades and 12 miles of trails. If you’re just interested in waterfalls, then “Waterfall Loop” is a 1.5 mile circuit that will take you by several nice cascades. Less than 10 minutes south, you can get to Oak Mountain State Park and Peavine Falls. Further south, you … Read More

Grace’s High Falls

KiranAlabama WaterfallsLeave a Comment

Grace's High Falls at Little River Canyon National Preserve Alabama

Grace’s High Falls is a nice stop on your day trip through Little River Canyon National Preserve. If you’re driving through the canyon, you can stop at the overlook across from the falls on Canyon Rim Drive and is an easy stop for kids and dogs alike. A hike into the canyon at the base of the falls is not … Read More

Kinlock Falls

KiranAlabama Waterfalls2 Comments

Kinlock Falls, Bankhead National Forest Alabama

Kinlock Falls in Alabama’s Bankhead National Forest is a very accessible cascade that’s great for a couple of hours of fun just off of a park road. The large, deep pool at the base makes this a popular summer swimming hole. Kinlock Falls is so close to the road, it’s not so much of a day trip as a nice … Read More

Falling Rock Falls

KiranAlabama Waterfalls2 Comments

Falling Rock Falls alabama

Falling Rock Falls is about half an hour south of Birmingham on Cahaba WMA in Shelby County and an impressive site after a rain. Plus, it’s an easy hike in for dogs and older kids (you may want to take a stroller for young kids). Just keep young kids and pets away from the top of the falls Falling Rock … Read More