Peavine Falls

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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! At a Glance1 mi round trip Nice View Not for Kids … Read More

Little River Falls

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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. At a Glance0.4 mi round trip Nice View Great for Kids Great for DogsLocation: Near Gurley in Bethel … Read More

Indian Falls Alabama

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Indian Falls alabama

Indian Falls is a nice ~25 foot waterfall with a large natural shelter near the store in DeSoto Falls State park. At a Glance0.1 mi round trip Nice View Kids OK Dogs OKLocation: Near Fort Payne in DeSoto State Park Alabama (maps & directions) Gear: Our favorite snacks and camera gear Gallery: Check out the pictures here Indian Falls – … Read More

Moss Rock Preserve and Waterfalls

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Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls alabama

Moss Rock Preserve near Hoover, Alabama near Birmingham is home to several nice cascades and 12 miles of trails. At a Glance1.5 mi round trip Nice View Great for Kids Great for DogsLocation: Near Hoover in Moss Rock Preserve Alabama (maps & directions)Gear: Our favorite snacks and camera gear Gallery: Check out the pictures here Moss Rock Preserve Waterfalls – … Read More

Grace’s High Falls

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

Grace’s High Falls is officially the tallest waterfall in the state of Alabama inside Little River Canyon National Preserve but the water flow is pretty seasonal. On the plus side, it’s close to must-see Little River Falls and DeSoto Falls. At a Glance0.7 mi round trip Nice View Great for Kids Great for DogsLocation: Near Fort Payne in Little River … Read More

Kinlock Falls

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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. At a Glance0.2 mi round trip Nice View Kids OK Dogs OKLocation: Near Kinlock Falls in Bankhead National Forest … Read More

Falling Rock Falls

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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 At a … Read More

Martha’s Falls Alabama

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Visit Martha’s Falls in Alabama inside Little River Canyon National Preserve for a nice short hike along the Little River downstream from Little River Falls. At a Glance0.8 mi round trip Nice View Kids OK Dogs OKLocation: Near Fort Payne in DeSoto State Park Alabama (maps & directions)Gear: Our favorite snacks and camera gear Gallery: Check out the pictures here … Read More

Mardis Mill Falls

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Mardis Mill Falls alabama

Mardis Mill Falls (also known as Graves Creek Falls) in Alabama near Oneonta off of Highway 231 is a scenic cascade fall just over 10 feet tall but very wide. At a Glance0.1 mi round trip Nice View Kids OK Not for DogsLocation: Near Blountsville in Lake Guntersville State Park Alabama (maps & directions)Gear: Our favorite snacks and camera gear … Read More

Davis Falls Alabama

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Davis Falls alabama

Once open to the public as a picnic area, Davis Falls appears to be closed to public access currently, though there is an effort to get Shelby County to purchase the land. The fall is a nice little cascade with a decent pool at the bottom if you wanted to wade in and cool off. At a Glance0.3 mi round … Read More