The following is a list of additional waterfalls and cascades throughout New England that we ultimately hope to visit and document. If you have any additional questions about how to find any of these waterfalls, please contact us. If you know of any other additional waterfalls not listed here, please let us know.

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STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
CT Amber Falls Fair Weston looks unimpressive per ctwaterfalls.com; only 3-feet tall; highly seasonal as well; also called "Ambler Cascade" or "Amber Cascade"
CT Aspetuck Falls Good New Preston modest waterfall on East Aspetuck River; also known as "New Preston Falls"; may be visible from roadside (if not, then a very short walk will be involved)
CT Blackberry River Falls Poor East Canaan small cascades below a dam
CT Black Pond Falls Poor Middlefield very unimpressive and highly seasonal; lots of trash on site during our visit in 2002; skip it, although the view of Black pond from an outlook further up the trail from the falls is worthwhile
CT Bull's Bridge Fair Kent very small cascades below and beside a dam; commonly run by whitewater rafting tours
CT Bunnell's Falls Good Burlington 15-foot falls on Bunnell Brook
CT Burlington Falls (picture) Good Burlington appears promising based on pictures we have seen; public access unknown
CT Cargill Falls God Putnam lots of cascades below a dam; we don't normally like falls below dams, but this may be worth a visit
CT Caroline Glen Cascade Fair Roxbury small waterfalls on Moosehorn Brook; short hike involved
CT Cascades Along Falls Cut Off Trail Fair New Hartford extremely seasonal falls; located within Peoples State Forest
CT Cascades Along Schaghticoke Rd. Fair Kent / Bulls Bridge seasonal waterfalls; visit in early spring or after heavy rains
CT Cascades Along Westledge Trail Fair Simsbury small falls within the McLean Game Refuge
CT Cascades At Chapman Pond Preserve Fair East Haddam small cascades within the Cynthia B. Carlson Nature Preserve
CT Cascades At Roaring Brook Nature Center Fair Canton small cascades within the Roaring Brook Nature Center
CT Cascades Near Balance Rock Road Poor East Hartland small cascades and slides
CT Case Falls Fair Manchester falls and cacades below a dam
CT Cedar Mill Brook Falls Poor Oxford we've visited and were not impressed; slightly promising as a swimming hole
CT Center Spring Falls Fair Manchester small seasonal falls on Bigelow Brook
CT Colebrook Falls Fair Colebrook small set of cascades on Center Brook
CT Cotton Hollow Cascades Fair South Glastonbury small cascade to the side of remnants of a dam
CT Cussgutter Brook Cascades Poor Bristol small cascades; looks unimpressive
CT Day Pond Brook Falls Great North Westchester looks promising; fed by Day Pond
CT Diana's Pool (picture) Fair Chaplin looks unimpressive per ctwaterfalls.com, but it's an OK swimming hole supposedly; also known as "Cow Sluice Rapids"
CT Falls Brook Falls (picture) Great Unknown promising waterfall on a lovely hike in Tunxis State Forest; off CT 20
CT Falls Along Indian Rock Shelters Trail Fair North Madison small cascade
CT Falls in Pequonnock River Valley State Park Fair Trumbull small cascades in attractive gorge; within Pequonnock River Valley State Park
CT Falls on Falls Brook Good West Hartland several cascacdes on Falls Brook
CT Falls on Muddy Brook Fair East Haddam modest cascades and falls near Chapman Falls
CT Falls, The N/A Burlington PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
CT Farmill River Falls Fair Shelton small cascades on an easy walk
CT Flat Brook Falls Fair East Glastonbury short-hike to small falls
CT Glen Falls Good Cobalt attractive waterfall on Great Hills Pond Brook; within Okumsett Preserve
CT Gorge Cascade Falls Fair Hamden seasonal falls within Sleeping Giant State Park
CT Grayville Falls Fair Amston located within Grayville Falls Town Park; supposedly includes a natural waterslide
CT Hancock Brook Cascades Good Waterville rapids and very small cascades
CT Hatch Brook Falls Good Cornwall cascade on Hatch Brook; short-hike
CT Hockanum Falls Fair Rockville falls below brick building; may or may not be a dam
CT Hopp Brook Falls Fair Bethany modest but seasonal falls; located within the "Hopp Brook Tract"
CT Housatonic River Gorge & Cascades Poor Bull's Bridge very small cascades and rapids; cascades are generally 2-4 feet in height
CT Jack's Brook Cascade Good Roxbury also known a "The Cascades"; located within the Brian E. Tierney Preserve
CT Knife Shop Falls Good Northfield several waterfalls of varying size and attractiveness; within Humaston Brook State Park
CT Lost Lake Falls Poor Guilford looks unimpressive per ctwaterfalls.com; name is not official
CT Lowden Brook Cascades Fair Voluntown several small cascades
CT Macedonia Gorge & Falls Poor Kent very small cascades; attractive area but falls are just not that impressive
CT Madden Pond Falls Fair Torrington small falls fed by Madden Pond
CT Mad River Cascades Poor Wolcott several small cascades; short walk
CT Mansfield Hollow Cascades Fair Mansfield Center small cascades and rapids below a dam or remnants of a dam
CT Mount Carmel Spring Falls Poor Hamden looks unimpressive per CT waterfalls; name is not official; we visited and were not impressed
CT Naugatuck Falls Poor Seymour cascades below a wide dam
CT Nineveh Falls Fair Killingworth several waterfalls within a gorge
CT Northgate Falls (picture) Good Simsbury small falls and swimming hole off the Westledge Trail in McLean Game Refuge
CT Pequabuck Gorge Falls Poor Unknown cascades below a dam on the Pequabuck River; also known as "Plymouth Water Control Falls"
CT Pine Brook Falls Fair East Hampton reserach indicated this is small cascades alongside remnants of a dam
CT Ragged Mountain Cascade Fair Kensington seasonal falls within the Ragged Mountain Preserve
CT Riga Falls (picture) Good Unknown

our research indicates this is a pretty horsetail, and it may also be a swimming hole; looks promising, but there is a very good chance that this is located on private property

CT Rippowam Falls Fair Unknown supposedly “located on the west branch of the Rippowam River under the Route 1 bridge in Stamford"
CT Roxbury Falls Poor Roxbury looks unimpressive per CT waterfalls; for town residents only anyway
CT Saugatuck Falls Fair Diamond Hill located within Saugatuck Falls Natural Area; small falls and cascades
CT Scantic Rapids Fair Hazardville small cascades and rapids
CT Sheep Falls Poor Wilton less than 3 feet tall; located on Barretts Brook
CT Shelter Falls Poor Mansfield looks unimpressive per ctwaterfalls.com; total drop is allegedly only 3-4 feet; Cedar Swamp Brook
CT Silver Falls N/A Montville PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
CT Stair Brook Falls Fair North Branford looks unimpressive CT waterfalls; highly seasonal anyway; alternative name may be "Totoket Mountain Falls"
CT Still River Cascades Fair Winsted small cascades
CT Still River Gorge & Rapids Poor Robertsville extremely small cascades on the Still River
CT Tariffville Gorge Cascades Fair Tariffville rapids and very small cascades on the Farmington River
CT Thayer Brook Cascades Fair Kent small 6-foot cascade; short bushwack off the Appalachian Trail is involved
CT Tunxis Falls N/A Winsted PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
CT Valley Falls Park
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N/A Vernon depsite the name of this little park in Vernon, there is no natural waterfall to be found here; there is a small dam 150ft from the parking area, but it's just a dam (and it's ugly); we walked all of Railroad Brook within the park and can 100% confirm there is no natural waterfall here
CT Waterfall at Sheepskin Hollow Preserve Good East Haddam several layers of cascades; within the Sheepskin Hollow Preserve
CT Waterfall on Cathles Trail Fair Simsbury season falls located on Simsbury Land Trust property
CT White Hills Brook Cascades Good Shelton two cascades within the "Birchbank Mountain Open Space"
CT Wolcot Falls Fair Hamden we have visited and were slightly impressed; property was private but the public was welcome in 2002; unsure of current status
CT Wyllys Falls Excellent Manchester looks to be one of CT's finest waterfalls; also called Bridal Veil Falls; access is supposedly difficult and involves a short & steep bushwhack


STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
ME Alder Stream Falls Great Alder Stream TWP impressive set of falls on logging property; high probability that this is located on private property
ME Allagash Falls Excellent T15 R11 most likely canoe-access only; there is a campsite near the falls; can be reached as part of a Allagash Wilderness Waterway canoe-trip; 40-foot wild & scenic falls
ME Ambajejus Falls Poor T1 R9 just a set of rapids
ME Ammonscoggin Falls Poor Westbrook most likely a dam, may have small rapids or cascades below
ME Arnold Falls Poor Unknown just a set of rapids
ME Aroostook Falls Poor T7, R9 just a dam; may have small rapids or cascades below
ME Attean Falls Poor Bradstreet just a set of rapids
ME Auburn Falls Poor Auburn high probability that this is a dam; may be some small rapids below the dam though
ME Augusta Falls Fair Augusta this was a dam, but the dam was allegedly removed; sounds slightly promising
ME Austin Stream Falls Good Moscow allegedly located very close to Dead Water Rd, but may require short bushwhack and could be difficult to locate where to start
ME Ayers Falls Poor Orono & Bradley just a set of rapids per multiple sources
ME Aziscohos Falls Poor Lincoln most likely a set of rapids below a dam
ME Bad Little Falls (picture) Good Machias alternative name is Machias Falls; alleged 50-foot total drop; viewable from Elm St/ME 92.
ME Bagaduce Falls N/A Brooksville this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Baker Pond Falls Good Caratunk 30-foot drop reached on 0.2 mile hike; trailhead on Bakers Rd.
ME Bakers Falls Fair Yarmouth a set of cascades within Royal River Park; cascades are probably weak; "Factory Falls" and "Four Falls" are also located here
ME Bar Mills Poor Buxton & Hollis most likely a dam
ME Barrows Falls Poor Monson small falls and rapids in nice gorge; local party spot; limited swimming
ME Basin Cove Falls N/A Harpswell this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Basin Falls Fair Buckfield we have visited, but it looked like private property in 2003; public is now believed to be welcome, so sounds promising
ME Bear Brook Falls N/A Kingsbury PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
ME Benton Falls Poor Benton upper falls appear to be dammed and lower falls appear to be small rapids
ME Big Ambejackmockamus Falls Poor T3 R11 just a set of rapids on the West Branch of the Penobscot River; run by rafts on whitewater rafting trips
ME Big Black Rapids Poor Unknown believed to be a wide set of rapids; St. John River
ME Big Falls (Jonesboro) Poor Jonesboro believed to be just a set of rapids
ME Big Falls (Lower Cupsuptic) Good Lower Cupsuptic access may be possible off Big Falls Rd; most likely a set of small cascades or rapids; be prepared for possible rough dirt roads
ME Big Falls (Washington) Good Grand Lake Stream likely to be small cascades or rapids; downstream of Milford Rd; may only be accessible by canoe
ME Big Niagara Falls Excellent T3 R10 located on the A.T. south of Daicey Pond Campground in BSP; falls are probably 0.2-0.3 mile beyond Little Niagara Falls; a must visit for Baxter visitors
ME Big Rapids Poor Unknown a set of rapids on the St. John River
ME Big Wilson Falls Fair Elliotsville access via short trail downstream from Elliottsville Rd; good swimming hole
ME Bisco Falls N/A West Paris PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
ME Black Stream Falls Poor Sangerville looks unimpressive per pictures we've seen; only 4 feet tall; popular local fishing spot
ME Blue Hill Falls N/A Blue Hill this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Boars Head Falls Fair T9 R8 falls are marked on the Delorme Atlas; looks like canoe-access only
ME Bog Falls Poor Shirley just a dam with unimpressive rapids
ME Bonny Eagle Falls Poor Buxton & Hollis just a dam
ME Bottle Brook Falls Great Kingsbury no trails; requires short bushwhack; best access via ME 16; 20 feet tall
ME Bowley Brook Gorge Fair Perkins most likely a set of rapids
ME Bowlin Falls Poor T5 R8 might be slightly impressive, but we highly suspect these are rapids; may be canoe-access anyway
ME Brann's Mill Poor Dover-Foxcroft looks unimpressive per pictures we've seen; located on Black Stream; roadside; remains of dam can be seen
ME Brownsville Falls Poor Brownsville allegedly a dam
ME Brunswick Falls Poor Brunswick most likely a set of cascades that are dam controlled
ME Bunker Pond Stream Fair Shirley looks slightly impressive, but access requires bushwhacking
ME Capissic Falls Poor Portland just a dam per several sources
ME Caratunk Falls Fair Solon & Embden pictures show some promise, but we have heard this is private property and off-limits
ME Carrying Place Stream Falls Good Carrying Place sounds promising, although it is only 8 feet tall; be prepared for logging roads, some of which may be poorly maintained
ME Cascade Brook Falls Fair Grafton pretty falls, but requires bushwhack; north of Mother Walker Falls on ME 26
ME Cascade Falls Good Saco downstream of ME 98 bridge over Cascade Brook; may require short bushwhack
ME Cascade, The Poor Oakland just a dam
ME Cascades, The Great Sandy River access off Town Hall Rd, which loops off ME 4; also called Cascade Stream Gorge; estimated 75-foot total drop; access may be difficult; alternative names include "Cascade Stream Gorge", "Cascade Stream Falls" and "Cascade Gorge"
ME Cataract Falls Poor Biddeford & Saco appears to be a dam per pictures we have seen
ME Churchill Falls Poor T10 R12 most likely a dam
ME Cliffs, The Good Greenville several drops near dam; swimming generally considered dangerous; could be private property
ME Clinton Falls Poor Clinton just a set of rapids; also called Fifteen-Mile Rips;
ME Cobb Brook Falls Fair Hebron 10-foot falls off Sodom Rd
ME Cobscook Falls N/A Pembroke & Trescott this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Columbia Falls Fair Columbia Falls most likely a set of rapids; rumors indicated that the dam previously on site has been removed
ME Cooper Brook Falls Good TA R11 low-angle cascades with good swimming hole below; located on the Appalachian Trail; lean-to shelter just below falls; best access probably via Jo-Mary Road; estimated 30-foot drop
ME Cowyard Falls Fair Willimantic high probability this is private property; pictures look slightly promising
ME Damariscotta Mills Poor Newcastle & Damariscotta appears to be cascades that are dam controlled; over 50 feet tall; hike approximately 0.7-0.8 mile one way
ME Damariscotta Reversing Falls N/A Newcastle & Damariscotta this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Debsconeag Falls Poor T2 R10 just a set of rapids; portage on popular canoe-route of the West Branch of the Penobscot River
ME Deer Rips Poor Unknown most likely just a set of rapids below a dam; Androscoggin River
ME Dexter Falls Poor Unknown just a dam on the Sebasticook River
ME Devil's Horseshoe Good Newry looks slightly promising per waterfalls of maine guidebook; could have good swimming holes
ME Dog Falls Poor Dyer & Fowler just a set of rapids on the Saint Croix River
ME Douthy Falls Poor Berwick allegedly a dam on the Great Works River
ME Dover Stove Dam Poor Sangerville looks unimpressive per pictures we've seen; Carleton Stream; hike less than 0.25 mile
ME Duck Brook Falls Fair Bar Harbor seasonal falls supposedly viewable from Duck Brook Rd; close to boundary of Acadia NP
ME Ducktrap Falls Fair Lincolnville set of small cascades on Ducktrap River
ME Dundee Falls Poor Standish & Gorham most likely destroyed by a dam; also called Warren Falls; Presumpscot River
ME Earley Landing Falls
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N/A Willimantic PRIVATE PROPERTY! Skip this one
ME East Branch Pleasant River Falls Poor Brownville just a set of rapids
ME Ebeemee Falls Poor TB R10 sounds unimpressive per descriptions we have read; access is allegedly difficult
ME Edes Falls Fair Naples this one is probably at leats a partial dam, but it may still be worthwhile; Crooked River;
ME Eel Weir Falls Poor Gorham & Windham google search indicates there is a dam here, but there may be noteable cascades above or below
ME Ellsworth Falls Poor Ellsworth most likely a dam; may be small cascades or rapids below; also called Ledgefalls Dam
ME Enchanted Falls Fair Lower Enchanted lower and upper sections; falls are likely to be small but may be distinctive
ME Eustis Falls Poor Eustis allegedly a dam on the Dead River
ME Factory Falls (Warren) Poor Warren a set of rapids on the Saint George River
ME Factory Falls (Yarmouth) Fair Yarmouth one of the waterfalls in the Royal River Park; most likely a small set of cascades or rapids
ME Fall Brook Falls (Solon) (picture) Fair Solon appears to be a set of cascades below a dam; has some potential
ME Falls, The (Mexico) Poor Mexico just a set of rapids seen from the road; actual rapids are located on private property
ME Farmington Falls Poor Farmington some research indicates this is a dam; another source says rapids and tiny cascades
ME Fish River Falls (Fort Kent) Poor Fort Kent just a set of rapids
ME Fish River Falls (T14 R8) Good T14 R8 likely to be roadside or very short hike; near start of Fish River canoe trip; 60-foot total drop
ME Four Falls Fair Yarmouth one of the waterfalls in the Royal River Park; most likely a small set of cascades or rapids
ME Foxcroft Falls Poor Dover-Foxcroft looks like rapids or small cascades below a dam per pictures we have seen
ME Frenchs Falls Poor Jay a 12-foot dam on the Androscoggin River; also called Jay Bridge Falls
ME Gambo Falls Poor Gorham & Windham just another dam on the Androscoggin River
ME Gauntlet Falls Good TB R10

several campsites in vicinity; within KI-Jo-Mary Multiple Use Forest (access fee charged); be prepared for possible poor road conditions; several other falls closeby

ME Gilman Falls Poor Old Town looks like a set of rapids or small cascades below a dam per pictures we have seen
ME Godfrey Pitch Fair T6 R7 looks like a very small set of cascades; supposedly a "beautiful spot" but we doubt there's a decent waterfall here
ME Goochs Falls Fair Yarmouth one of the waterfalls in the Royal River Park; most likely a small set of cascades or rapids, but could even be a dam
ME Goodall Mills Poor Sanford research indicates this is a dam
ME Goodell Brook Fair Monson steep horsetails and cascades; take Appalachian Trail north 0.2 mile from ME 15 and bushwhack downstream for 0.1 mile before crossing brook
ME Goose Falls N/A Brooksville this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Gordon Falls Poor Winn upper and lower falls are long but very low-angle rapids or cascades; Mattawamkeag River;
ME Grand Falls (Baileyville) Fair Baileyville a massive set of cascades below a dam per pictures found on google; could be an attractive spot
ME Grand Falls (T4 R9 Baxter SP) Great T4 R9 very long access, backpacking reservations required (lots of red tape); combine with trip to other backcountry Baxter State Park waterfalls, such as Green Falls & Ledge Falls
ME Grand Pitch (T5 R8) Good T5 R8 wide and powerful cascades; canoe portage site; popular with whitewater kayakers; campsites nearby; may have access trail but likely to be accessible by canoe-only
ME Grand Pitch (Trout Brook) Great Trout Brook this waterfall is off the Freezeout Trail north of Baxter State Park; see AMC Maine Map grid A-2; backcountry reservations required to stay @ lean-to nearby
ME Great Falls (Belfast) Poor Belfast just a dam; gorge is interesting
ME Great Falls (Deblois) Poor Deblois research indicates this is just a set of rapids on Narraguagas River
ME Great Falls (Hiram) Poor Hiram just a set of cascades below a dam; we have visited and were not impressed in 2002; also called Hiram Falls
ME Great Falls (Kennebunk) Poor Kennebunk most likely a dam on the Mousam River
ME Great Falls (Standish) Poor Standish just a dam and set of rapids; Presumpscot River
ME Green Falls Excellent T4 R10 impressive moss-covered falls deep in Baxter State Park backcountry; reservations required and often difficult to get; combine with other waterfalls while in area; one of the most remote waterfalls in New England
ME Greenwood Falls Good Bowdoin College Grant East light bushwhack off logging road; great swimming hole; not well-known; fee charged to enter multiple use forest (fee is quite large for out-of-state residents)
ME Guilford Falls Poor Guilford just a dam on the Piscataquis River
ME Gully Brook Falls Good Blanchard series of cascades; requires short bushwhack downstream off Blanchard-Shirley Rd
ME Hadlock Falls Good Mount Desert clearly visible from carriage road between marked posts #12 and #19; hiking access easiest from parking area on ME 3; several other waterfalls can be found along interconnected carriage roads
ME Haskell Rock Pitch Poor T5 R8 most likely a set of cascades or rapids; East Branch of the Penobscot River; access via Eagle Lake Tote Rd;
ME Hatch Falls Poor Blanchard looks slightly impressive, but access may be confusing; series of three drops on the West Branch of the Piscataquis River
ME Head of the Tide Falls Poor Alna just rapids below a dam; about 12 feet tall; Sheepscot River
ME Hebron Stream Poor Monson small cascade in a local park; easy access off ME 15
ME Holeb Falls Great T5 R7 powerful cascades on scenic river;research suggests this is only accessible by canoe/kayak; good chance that unmapped logging roads contain a trailhead; 24 feet
ME Holmes Falls Fair Northfield lower falls are just rapids; upper falls are 15 feet tall; could be promising
ME Horseshoe Canyon Fair Blanchard series of cascades along the Appalachian Trail; best access via Blanchard-Shirley Rd; lean-to shelter is above the falls
ME Howe Brook Falls (picture) Good T5 R9 one of Baxter State Park's famed waterfalls; hike is roughly 5-7 miles round trip; reservations required to stay at campground or backcountry lean-tos.
ME Howland Falls Poor Howland falls have been destroyed by a dam
ME Hulling Machine, The Fair T5 R8 just a small set of cascades or rapids; marked on the Delorme Atlas
ME Indian Stream Falls Excellent Elliotsville impressive and remote falls; several means of access; bring good map; hike estimated at 1.5-2.0 miles each way
ME Island Falls (Island Falls) Poor Island Falls looks like just a set of rapids; West Branch of the Mattawamkeag River
ME Jail Falls Great Grafton pretty two-tier horsetail; short bushwhack from parking pull off 0.3 miles north of Screw Auger Falls—Grafton
ME Jewell Falls Great Portland

located within the Fore River Sanctuary; best access likely off Congress St; estimated at 20 feet

ME Katahdin Falls Good T3 R10

located in Baxter State Park; no trail so access is most likely prohibited; tallest waterfall chain in Maine and one of the tallest on the East Coast

ME Katahdin Stream Falls (picture) Excellent T3 R10 impressive falls on the final leg of the Appalachian Trail (called the Hunt Trail for this section); combine with trip up Katahdin for amazing day hike; research Baxter State Park entrance rules before visiting
ME Kezar Falls (Parsonsfield) Fair Parsonsfield an extremely wide dam; may be cascades or rapids above or below dam
ME Kingsbury Stream Poor Abbott very small falls; no taller than 4 or 5 feet in high water
ME Ledge Falls (Haynesville) Poor Haynesville just a set of rapids supposedly; per the Delorme Maine Map, there appars to be a dirt road off Ferry Rd that provides access; access via Route 1 most likely
ME Ledge Falls (Medway) Poor Medway research indicates this is just a set of rapids; East Branch Penobscot River
ME Ledge Falls (T4 R9) Fair T4 R9 small cascades and rapids en route to more impressive Grand Falls; requires reservations
ME Leeman Brook Fair Willimantic very close to Tobey Falls; access likely includes a bushwhack; 20 feet tall
ME Lewiston Falls (picture) Fair Auburn & Lewiston heavily controlled by a dam, but could still be interesting; also called "Great Falls" and "Harris Falls"; located within Great Falls Park
ME Lisbon Falls Poor Unknown most likely destroyed by a dam; also called "Little River Falls"; total drop roughly 30 feet
ME Little Abol Falls Good Mount Katahdin attractive 15-foot waterfall that dumps into a small pool; popular with campers staying at Abol Campground in Baxter State Park; reseach Baxter entrance rules before visiting
ME Little Allagash Falls Fair Eagle Lake Maine Delorme Atlas says "four yard drop over outcrop into pool. Highly scenic area. Canoe access only", but their information is occasionally incorrect in regads to waterfalls
ME Little Ambejackmockamus Falls Poor T3 R11 just a set of rapids on the wild West Branch of the Penobscot River; run by rafts on whitewater rafting trips
ME Little Boy Falls Fair T5, R5 clearly marked on Maine Delorme Atlas, but access appears very difficult on confusing network of dirt roads; good luck finding this one
ME Little Canada Falls Fair Prentiss a lost waterfall; most likely a short bushwhack off Old Kelly Dam Rd; we couldn't find any trail during our visit in 2009
ME Little Falls (Cherryfield) Poor Cherryfield just a set of rapids on Narraguagus River
ME Little Falls (Dennysville) Poor Dennysville just a set of rapids on Dennys River
ME Little Falls (Gorham) Poor Gorham allegedly a dam on the Presumpscot River
ME Little Falls (Grand Lake Stream) Poor Grand Lake Stream pictures we have seen indicate this is probably set of rapids
ME Little Falls (Lambert Lake) Poor Lambert Lake just a set of rapids on the St. Croix River
ME Little Falls (Lower Cupsuptic) Fair Lower Cupsuptic marked on DeLorme Atlas; access likely off Fanjoy Rd, but may be private property
ME Little Falls (T25 MD) Poor T25 MD just a set of rapids on the Machias River
ME Little Niagara Falls Good T3 R10 Maine DeLorme Atlas says "Main falls, vertical 4 yard drop; Chute above, from granite outcrop. Trail along E bank. Picturesque spot; combine with Big Niagara Falls; read about Baxter State Park entrance procedures before attempting to visit
ME Little Wilson Falls (Upper Falls) Great Elliotsville falls are supposedly on Appalachian Trail, but we have so far been unable to find; we'll be going back in 2010 or 2011 to find this one; bring a good (and updated) map
ME Livermore Falls Poor Livermore just a dam on the Androscoggin River
ME Logan Brook Fair TB R11 near the Logan Brook lean-to on the Appalachian Trail; hike south from Logan Brook Rd.; hike estimated at 1.6 miles one-way
ME Long Falls Poor T3 R4 most likely a dam; on the Dead River;
ME Lower Falls Good Moro marked on DeLorme map, along with nearby “Upper Falls” in Merrill; access mostly unknown, but there appears to be a rough dirt road that provides access...take the road for "Hells Corner" and "Batesville" off ME 11 near the north entrance to BSP; might also be off ME 212
ME Lower Gauntlet Falls Fair TB R10 only 0.2 mile downstream of Gauntlet Falls; rough access along river; no official trails
ME Magic Falls Poor Unknown cascades and rapids on popular Kennebec River whitewater rafting trip; there is trail access, but it may cross private property
ME Mahoosic Notch Falls Fair Unknown tall chain of cascades and slides; most likely seasonal; hike is just under 1.0 mile one-way
ME Mallison Falls Poor Gorham & Windham definitely a dam
ME Man of War Brook Falls Fair Mount Desert seasonal falls that dumps directly into Somes Sound; access from parking area off ME 102; connect Man O’ War Brook Fire Rd with Acadia NP hiking trails
ME Mechanics Falls Fair Unknown most likely a dam with unimpressive rapids or perhaps small cascades; also called "Bog Falls"
ME Megunticook Falls Fair Camden set of cascades located in downtown Camden; allegedly behind stores on Main St; the falls are visible from the parking lot on the harbor or the park below the library. Public access is avaialable on both sides of the falls; 25 feet tall
ME Milford Falls Poor Milford just a dam on the Penobscot River
ME Millinocket Falls Fair T8 R8 marked on Maine DeLorme Atlas; trail access unlikely; Millinocket Stream
ME Mohawk Rapids Poor Lincoln rapids; also called "Cannibal Rapids" for who knows what mysterious reason; Mattawamkeag River
ME Monroe Falls Fair Monroe series of small drops, each under 4 feet; short hike; Marsh Stream
ME Moody Falls Fair Ogunquit located only feet from the ocean; 6 feet tall; Ogonquit River
ME Morrison Brook Poor Milo 10-foot cascade on Morrison Brook; no other information known
ME Mother Walker Falls Poor Grafton cascades are heavily obstructed by boulders; located in Grafton Notch; skip this one
ME Mud Gauntlet Falls Good TB R10 downstream of Lower Gauntlet Falls; requires short but difficult bushwhack along streambed; estimated 20-foot total drop
ME Mud Lake Falls Poor Forest City just a set of rapids on the Saint Croix River
ME Mud Pond Stream Fair Greenville seldom-visited seasonal horsetail; located via confusing network of logging roads
ME Munsungan Falls Poor T8 R9 marked on DeLorme Maine Atlas; Munsungam Stream; no other information known
ME Nasons Mills Fair Limington small cascades and rapids on Little Ossipee River; aesthetic value unknown
ME New Portland Falls Poor New Portland just a set of rapids on Carrabassett River
ME Norridgewock Falls Poor Norridgewock most likely tiny cascades and/or rapids; Kennebec River; no single drop is likely to be over 2 or 3 feet tall
ME North Anson Gorge Poor Anson a set of rapids; also called Carrabassett Falls; in the town center on US 201A; view from bridge
ME Norway Falls Fair T4 R9 located in Baxter State Park; would require bushwhack, but we believe is prohibited in this state park; may be small cascades or rapids anyway; this waterfall probably hasn't been visited in decades
ME Numberall Dam Poor Sangerville roadside falls may actually be a dam, but this is unconfirmed
ME Old Falls Poor Kennebunk most likely a set of rapids or very small cascades; Mousam River;
ME Old Roll Dam Falls Poor Seboomook just a dam
ME Old Town Falls Poor Old Town & Milford just a dam; would only be reserving falls is dam was not here anyway
ME Orin Falls Poor T4 R8 looks like just a small set of cascades per pictures found on google search
ME Orono Falls Poor Unknown allegedly a dam with small cascades
ME Pockwockamus Falls Poor T2 R10 just a set of rapids per multiple sources
ME Poplar Hill Falls Poor West Forks a set of rapids that is found on a Dead River whitewater rafting trip
ME Presumpscot Falls Poor Falmouth just a dam on the Presumpscot River
ME Quamphegan Falls Poor South Berwick sounds unimpressive per descriptions we have read; has over a half-dozen alternative names
ME Red River Falls Fair T14 R8

short plunge and horsetail combination; most likely off Hewes Brook Rd.

ME Redington Pond Falls N/A RedingtonPRIVATE PROPERTY! Skip this one
ME Ripogenus Falls Poor Unknown cascades and rapids below a dam; navigated by whitewater rafters on Penobscot River trip
ME Rocky Brook Falls Great T15 R8 very scenic drop in northern Maine; requires hike of unknown distance and difficulty; 27 feet tall
ME Rolling Dam Brook Falls Good Gardiner PRIVATE PROPERTY! Skip this one
ME Saccarappa Falls Poor Westbrook dam with rapids; easy access
ME Saco Falls Fair Columbia slightly promising falls; trailhead on Hills Beach Rd; hike under 1.0 mile each way; Pleasant River
ME Saco River Falls Fair Biddeford a dam is here, but there is an upper and lower falls, so perhaps there's something to be found here
ME Salmon Falls Poor Bangor & Brewer supposedly a dam on the Penobscot River
ME Sarampus Falls Fair Alder Stream short (5 feet) and wide drop with huge pool below; marked pull off on ME 27; roadside
ME Sebasticook Falls Poor Hartland just a dam per the new Maine waterfalls guidebook
ME Sebec Falls Poor Sebec Village just a dam per the new Maine waterfalls guidebook
ME Shadagee Falls Poor Jim Pond looks like just a set of rapids on the Dead River per our research; near Sarampus Falls
ME Shirley Gorge (Lower Falls) Good Shirley various falls and cascades below dam on Shirley Pond; requires bushwhack of unknown difficulty
ME Shirley Gorge (Upper Falls) Good Shirley various falls and cascades below dam on Shirley Pond; requires bushwhack of unknown difficulty
ME Skew Falls Poor T14 R8 most likely just a set of rapids
ME Skowhegan Falls Poor Skowhegan a dam; also called "Nine Mile Falls"; access via Elm St
ME Slewgundy Heater Poor Mattawamkeag long set of rapids on Mattawamkeag River; may be canoe-able
ME Slugundy Falls Great Elliotsville small falls visible from the Appalachian Trail near Barren Mountain; lean-to shelter nearby; hike estimated at 0.8 mile
ME Stair Falls (T5 R8) Fair T5 R8 just a set of rapids, but may be worth a visit anyway
ME

Steep Falls (Limington)
(picture)

N/A LimingtonPRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
ME Steep Falls (Standish) Poor Standish some sources say this is a dam; others say cascades and rapids
ME Stillwater Falls Poor Unknown just a dam with small cascades
ME Sullivan Falls N/A Sullivan this is a REVERSING FALLS and not a true waterfall: skip this one
ME Swans Falls Poor Fryeburg a dam; there is a campground within a short distance of the dam
ME Swift River Falls N/A Rxobury PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
ME Teconnet Falls Poor Unknown dam that may still be interesting in high water, but we doubt it
ME Thirtyfoot Falls Fair T9 R11

remote waterfall deep in northern Maine woods. Access may be possible via trail from Pelletier Rd; we're guessing the falls are 30-feet tall =)

ME Thompson Brook Falls Excellent Elliotsville several scenic drops; long and challenging hike; hike estimated at 3-4 miles one-way
ME Toenail Ridge Falls Good Alder Stream 20 foot total drop; popular fishing spot (trout); sounds promising
ME Topsham Falls Poor Topsham just a dam per the new Maine waterfalls guidebook
ME Trafton Falls Poor Unknown just a dam per the new Maine waterfalls guidebook
ME Tumbledown Dick Falls Good T1 R11 rumored waterfall on a spur trail off the Appalachian Trail east of Nahmakanta Stream Rd.
ME Union Falls Poor Dayton just a dam per the new Maine waterfalls guidebook
ME Upper Bowlin Falls Poor T5 R8 most likely a set of rapids or very small cascades, although we haven't confirmed
ME Upper Gauntlet Falls Fair TB R10 access unknown; close to Mud Gauntlet Falls and Gauntlett Falls; good luck finding this one
ME Valley Brook Falls Fair Unknown research indicates easy access off Tucker Valley Brook Rd; possible this is private propert; 30-feet tall
ME Vaughan Stream Falls Great Elliotsville impressive set of cascades; trailhead is difficult to find; falls are off the Appalachian Trail
ME Veazie Falls Fair Unknown a dam may or may not still be located here, as it was scheduled to be removed; access unknown
ME Warren Falls Fair Hersey small cascades on wide stream; popular fly-fishing spot
ME Watsons' Falls Poor Unknown looks like a dam per pictures we have seen
ME Webhannet Falls (picture) Good Wells small cascades upstream of US-1 bridge north of Ogunquit; unsure if visible from road; 12 feet tall
ME West Chairback Pond Falls GoodT7 R9 along the Appalachian Trail between Cloud Pond and Chairback Gap lean-tos; best access probably from Katahdin Iron Works Rd; 54 feet tall; hike estimated at 2.5-3.0 miles one-way
ME Whetstone Falls Poor T3 R7 just a set of rapids on the West Branch of the Penobscot River
ME Windy Pitch Poor T3 R10 most likely a set of rapids on Nesowadnehunk Stream, but we have not confirmed


STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
MA Bear Hole Falls (picture) FairWest Springfield Waterfall on Paucatuck Brook; located within the "Bear Hole Reservoir Watershed", which may or may not be open to the public year-round
MA Becket Gorge Falls N/A Becket PRIVATE PROPERTY! you'll probably want to skip this one, although we've heard reports that the owners will often allow you to visit the falls if you ask politely
MA Bradley Falls Fair South Worthington high probability of private property, so may only be viewable from roadside; estimated at 30 feet tall
MA Brigham Falls Poor Hubbardston looks unimpressive per massfalls.com; good chance it's a dam
MA Canada Falls N/A Sunderland PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Cascade On The Little River Fair Huntington only 3 or 4 feert fall, but may still be a pretty site; access via ME 112
MA Cascades at Bassett Reservoir Poor Chesire Harbor a set of cascades below a dam
MA Cascades at Green River Linear Park Poor Williamstown roadside set of very small falls; descriptions we have read don't make this one sound promising
MA Cascades at Cold River Gorge Fair Drury sounds somewhat promising per a published waterfall guidebook
MA Cascades on Buck River Fair West New Boston two drops, each about 4 feet tall; we couldn't find in 2009, but we forgot to bring good directions
MA Cascades on Dunbar Brook Poor Monroe marginally impressive cascades, but there is a shelter near the falls you can stay at
MA Cascades on Mill Brook Poor Lenox may be heavily dam controlled; main cascade about 10 feet tall
MA Cascades on Pelham Brook Poor Rowe too small/insignificant
MA Cascades on Shaker Brook Poor Hancock dam and adjacent cascades; 0.5 mile hike one-way
MA Cascades on Upper Bassett Brook PoorAdams 1.7 mile hike to 8-foot falls; may be worthwhile
MA Cascades, The (Worcester) Fair Worcester

seasonal but pretty falls in high water; viewable from Cataract St in southeastern end of Cascade Park; estimated at 40-foot total drop 

MA Chesterfield Gorge Poor Chesterfield we couldn't find any falls or cascades in this Trustees of Reservation property, but maybe we didn't do a thorough enough search?
MA Danforth Falls Fair Hudson small and very seasonal; only slightly appealing site; Danforth Brook
MA Fall in East Windsor Poor East Windsor we visited in 2009 and were not impressed; there are thousands of unmagical cascades like these throughout New England; easy roadside viewing
MA Fall in South Egremont Poor South Egremont PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Falls on Roaring Brook Poor Lenox a small and unimpressive waterfall described in the published guide about Berkshire waterfalls
MA Falls along the Bellows Pipe Trail Great Adams series of impressive seasonal cascades on the east side of Mt. Greylock; some falls are on the Thunderbolt Ski Trail 
MA Falls at Mt. Hope Park Fair Williamstown small roadside falls (4 or 5 feet tall)
MA Falls at Tophet Chasm Fair Little Egypt high probability this is private property; we have read one description that indicates falls may be slightly promising
MA Falls on Ashford Brook Poor New Ashford viewable from road, but private property
MA Falls on Basin Brook Poor Plainfield several small falls and cascades, tallest of which is about 6 feet; 1.5 mile hike one-way
MA Falls on Turkey Hill (picture) Poor Paxton we have visited, but it really wasn't an impressive natural waterfall; dam and old building next to cascades make for a pretty site though
MA Four Mile Brook Falls
(picture)
N/A Northfield PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Gunn Brook Falls
(picture)
N/A Sunderland we received reports in 2010 that this is now PRIVATE PROPERTY, so skip this one
MA Hawke's Brook Fair Unknown pictures per massfalls.com look promising, but we couldn't find in 2009
MA Hawthorne Brook Cascades (picture) Poor Pittsfield located in Pittsfield State Forest, close to Lulu Cascade and Parker Brook Cascades; we were not impressed when we visited due to downed trees and heavy brush; requires a short bushwhack, ugly and seasonal, so skip this one
MA Hawthorne Falls Fair Great Barrington exceptionally seasonal, but worthwhile destination in high water; combine with hike up Monument Mountain; estimated 0.5-0.75 mile to 30-foot falls
MA Highland Falls Fair Warwick one of several falls on the M&M trail; 0.75 mile per massfalls.com
MA Hubbard River Gorge & Falls (picture) Good Granville scenic mix of five notable sets of cascades and slides; within Granville State Forest; access recently closed due to bridge repair; current status unknown; NO swimming (unfortunately)
MA Loudville Falls Fair Westhampton may be viewable from the side of the road, but you are likely to run into private property
MA Lovellville Falls Poor Holden looks unimpressive per pictures we have seen; Asnebumskit Brook
MA Lynne's Falls Fair Wendell

very seasonal set of several falls; access via Metacomet-Monadnock Trail

MA Mill Brook Poor Northfield easy roadside viewing, but is unattractive per several sources
MA Observation Hill Poor Chester looks slightly promising per pictures we have seen; really close to Goldmine Brook Falls, but we aren't sure where to start hiking
MA Old Wendell Road Falls Poor Northfield could not find in 2009; doesn't look impressive per pictures we have seen anyway
MA Parker Brook Cascades (picture) Poor Pittsfield located in Pittsfield State Forest, close to Lulu Cascade and Hawthorne Brook Cascades; we were mostly disappointed with this waterfall, but it was quiet and a nice walk from the campground.
MA Pettibone Falls N/A Cheshire PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Powwow River Poor Amesbury not likely to be impressive; access via Friend St.
MA Reeds Mill Falls Poor Conway may be surrounded by private property; best chance of access is probably Bardswell Ferry Rd.
MA Rock Dam Poor Turners Falls very small, but could be worth a look
MA Sages Ravine (Lower Falls) Great Mount Washington more impressive than upper falls, but requires a bushwhack of unknown difficulty required; access via MA 41
MA Sawmill River N/A Leverett PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Slip Dog Falls Fair Sunderland highly seasonal 10-foot falls; trailhead off Reservation Rd.
MA Sluice Brook Falls Good Shelburne access for lower falls is canoe-only; easy side of moderate hike to upper falls
MA Spot Pond Brook Falls Poor Stoneham 10-foot falls; access via Ravine St.
MA Sutton Falls Poor Sutton research indicates high probability this is a dam
MA Turners Falls Poor Turners Falls a huge dam; easy access
MA Vinica Brook Falls Good Monson pretty fan-type falls off Moulton Hill Rd; moderate scramble to base
MA West Worthington Falls N/A West Worthington PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
MA Whitman's Falls Fair Weymouth falls close to parking lot near the end of Whitman Pond; falls are 10 or 12 feet tall


STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
NH Acworth Gorge Great Acworth looks very impressive as waterfall and swimming hole, but supposedly private property now
NH Alpine Cascades Good Gorham most likely requires a bushwhack of unknown difficulty; could be in excess of 300-feet tall
NH Amoskeag Falls Poor Manchester a set of rapids & small cascades below a dam; Merrimack River
NH Appalachian Cascades Good Sargents Purchase rumored falls requiring bushwhack of unknown difficulty off Gulf of Slides Ski Trail; New River
NH Artists Falls N/A Conway We are 98.56% sure this is PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
NH Auburn Falls Poor Auburn supposedly a dam; Sucker Brook
NH Baldwins Falls Poor Pittsburg suspected rapids, but this is unconfirmed; Connecticut River
NH Bath Falls Poor Bath could be a dam, but either way this one isn't likely to be impressive; Ammonoosuc River
NH Bell's Cascade Fair Woodstock access is via Gordon Pond Trail; scenic value of falls is unknown; hike estimated at 1.8miles
NH Berlin Falls Poor Berlin just a dam; Androscoggin River
NH Black Cascade Fair Waterville partially obscured with no easy access to base of falls; off the Mt. Tripyramid Trail near the South Slide; 3.3 miles one way from Livermore parking area; Slide Brook
NH Boulder Falls Fair Thompson & Meserves Purchase seasonal and very small cascades off the Great Gulf Trail; combine with trip to Weetamoo Falls; 2.1 miles one-way hike; Peabody River
NH Bowls and Pitchers, The Good Shelburne could be impressive, but access could very difficult; Austin Mill Brook
NH Brentwood Falls Fair Brentwood may or may not be a dam here, or dam may have been removed; Exeter River
NH Cascade Ravine Excellent Low & Burbanks Grant Israel Ridge Path passes by two of the six impressive waterfalls rumored to lie here; other falls require bushwhack; 2.7 miles one way
NH Chandler Brook Cascades Fair Thompson & Meserves Purchase access via Chandler Brook trail, which is a spur off the Great Gulf Trail; difficult access; 4.5 miles one way
NH Chandler Gorge Good Chatham

access via short loop that stems off the southern end of the Baldface Circle Trail; overgrown area; 1.6 miles one way

NH Chipmunk Falls Fair Weare could be impressive, but I ran into private property in 2009; access unknown, but we think it's 90% likely to be private property
NH Chudacoff Falls Fair Sargents Purchase

pictures indicate this is partially visible from George’s Gorge Trail; extremely seasonal

NH Cocheco Falls Poor Dover looks like a set of cascades below a dam per pictures found on a google search
NH Contoocook Falls Poor Concord research indicates this is a dam; Coontoocook River
NH Crystal Falls (Woodsville) Fair Woodsville looks slightly impressive per a postcard we have seen; Deming Brook
NH Davis Brook Falls Excellent Harts Location ready for an adventure? there are several tiers are excellent waterfalls for the hardy bushwhacker to find along this brook in Crawford Notch
NH Eastman Falls Poor Franklin believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Effingham Falls Poor Effingham & Freedom research indicates strong possibility of a dam; could be some rapids and/or cascades here as well
NH Eliza Brook Cascades Fair Unknown clearly visible along the Kinsman Ridge Trail/Appalachian Trail; backcountry camping available nearby and to the south at the new (2010) Eliza Brook Shelter; easiest access via Reel Broko Trail; nice falls, but not sure they are worth the lengthy access
NH Elizabeth Falls Fair Alexandria supposedly below where Holt Trail crosses Bailey Brook on Mt. Cardigan; very seasonal; parking at AMC Cardigan Lodge; estimated at 1.0 mile hike
NH Ellens Falls Good Albany challenging bushwhack off NH 112; Hobbs Brook
NH Ellingwood Falls Fair Second College Grant looks slightly promising, but road access is very difficult and may be limited to Dartmouth College students,alum and faculty
NH Exeter River Falls Poor Exeter & Brentwood believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Fletcher's Cascades Good Waterville Valley highly seasonal waterfall on spur trail off the Drake’s Brook Trail; worthwhile in very high water; 1.7 miles one-way
NH Flume, The Fair Waterville Valley visible from the Flume Trail, which connects the Greeley Ponds Trail & Livermore Trail; trail was closed due to flood damage from Hurricane Irene as of 9/13/2011, so check USFS website first to see if trail is still closed before you head out
NH Gagnons Falls Poor Fremont believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Garvins Falls Poor Bow believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Gilsum Gorge Poor Gilsum looks like just a set of rapids and small cascades per a video we have seen
NH Goff's Falls Poor Manchester & Bedford a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed this
NH Goodrich Falls Poor Bartlett just a dam or cascades below a dam
NH Gordon Falls Fair North Woodstock off the Gordon Pond Trail, which is rumored to be rough and possibily overgrown; 3.9 miles one way and payoff is supposedly low
NH Great Falls GoodSandwich used to be private property, but we believe this is no longer the case; on the way to Flat Mountain Pond; Pond Brook
NH Greggs Falls Poor Goffstown believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Griffins Falls Poor Manchester & Bedford a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
NH Half Mile Falls Good Second College Grant very promising falls, but may only be available to Dartmouth College students,alum and faculty; good swimming
NH Hampton Falls Poor Hampton Falls believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Hawthorne Falls Excellent Franconia very difficult bushwhack off the Gale River Trail; beautiful, remote falls
NH Hellgate Falls Great Gilmanton Academy Grant

located on private logging roads; public access unknown; Little Hellgate Falls rumored to lie nearby; Dead Diamond River

NH Holden Falls Fair Franconia bushwhack near Bridal Veil Falls
NH Hooksett Falls Poor Hooksett believed to be believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this this
NH Isinglass River Falls (picture) Fair Barrington looks slightly impressive per pictures we have seen, but we lack specific directions
NH Kinsman Flume Fair Easton looks slightly impressive per picture we have seen; access is long; off the Mt. Kinsman Trail
NH Lancaster Falls Poor Lancaster believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Lisbon Falls Poor Lisbon believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Little Hellgate Falls Excellent Gilmanton Academy Grant

located on private logging roads but public is welcome; trailhead is tough to find, but trail, although rough, is rumored to be in good shape if you do find the trailhead; falls look very impressive

NH Little Tunnel Brook Falls Fair Unknown access may be possible off the Benton Trail on Mt. Moosilauke; may be two sets of falls in 0.5 mile span
NH Long Island Rapids Fair Thompson & Meserves Purchase most likely a bushwhack off the Great Gulf Trail; access may be possible from Great Glen ski trail network
NH Merrills Falls Poor Manchester a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
NH Mill Brook Cascade Great Thornton part of the old tourist attraction known as "Glacial Park"; falls may be located on public property, but the access trail is most likely on private property; perhaps there is a way to legally bushwhack to the falls?
NH Mill Falls Poor Meredith natural falls that have been altered too much by landscape designers; could still be a pretty site
NH Mine Falls Poor Nashua just a set of unappealing cascades below a dam
NH Moors Falls (picture) Poor Litchfield & Merrimack just a small set of rapids (confirmed)
NH Moose Falls Poor Pittsburg we believe this waterfall was drowned by dams on the Connecticut River; we couldn't find in 2009
NH Moriah Brook Gorge & Cascade Fair Beans Purchase nice gorge and several small falls along long stretch of brook; several decent swimming holes; long dirt access road to trailhead
NH Noble Falls Great Franconia bushwhack on Meadow Brook; somewhat close to Bridal Veil Falls; estimated 25-35ft tall
NH Odell Falls Poor Conway a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
NH Old Mill Falls Poor Weare believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Packers Falls Poor Durham believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this; may have some small but somewhat attractive cascades in vicinity
NH Peboamauk Fall Great Randolph

on the Peboamauk Loop, which connects to the Ice Gulch Path; 2.3 miles one-way; Moose Brook

NH Pleiades, The Fair Unknown access probably involves difficult bushwhack off Gorge Brook Trail on Mt. Moosilauke; official name may be Pleiades Cascades
NH Plimpton Falls Fair Unknown bushwhack near Bridal Veil Falls; tall horsetail
NH Pontook Falls Poor Dummer a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
NH Pulpit Falls Fair Winchester seasonal falls close to Massachusetts border on NH 10; may require short bushwhack
NH Rainbow Falls (West Thornton) N/A West Thornton PRIVATE PROPERTY! Skip this one
NH Rollo Falls Fair Randolph bushwhack between Castle Trail and Lowe's Path off US-2 in Randoph; bushwhack appears to be relatively easy; falls are on private property
NH Raymond Cataract Good Sargents Purchase located between Huntington and Tuckerman Ravines; extremely difficult and potentially dangerous bushwhack; occasionally skied in winter by experts under optimal conditions
NH Sawhegent Falls Poor Bridgewater & New Hampton just a set of rapids; skip this one; 2 feet tall
NH Salmon Falls Poor Rollinsford looks to be a tiny set of cascades per our research
NH Second Connecticut Lake Falls Poor Pittsburg 100% confirmed dam
NH Senter Falls Good Lyndeborough

falls are located on newly designated conservation land; off the Two Brooks Trail

NH Sewalls Falls Poor Concord believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Shell Cascade Fair Waterville Valley bushwhack of unknown difficulty; may be private property; Hardy Brook
NH Somersworth Falls Poor Somersworth believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
NH Soup Bowl Glide Fair Groton likely to be more of a natural waterslide than a waterfall; appears to be a short hike or quick bushwhack off Orange Rd; hike of less than 0.25 mile
NH Sphinx Cascade Good Thompson & Meserves Purchase best combined with trip to Weetamoo Falls; several sets of cascades and falls here; 6.1 miles one-way
NH Stark Falls Fair Woodstock short bushwhack off NH 112
NH Sylvan Cascade Excellent Thompson & Meserves Purchase off the Madison Gulf Trail between the Great Gulf Trail and Mt. Madison; pictures we have seen look promising; 4.1 miles one way
NH Thompson Falls (Hales Location) Good Hales Location access to this nearly-forgotten waterfall is slated to be improved by the USFS soon; trail network should be ready by Fall of 2011; hiking information is likely to be contained in the upcoming 2012 AMC White Mountain Guide
NH Thousand Streams, Fall Of A Fair Sargents Purchase access is likely to be very difficult and this one is probably too seasonal anyway
NH Tillotson Falls N/A Orford PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
NH Trickling Falls Poor East Kingston believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this; Powwow River
NH Upper Falls Poor Greenville believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this; Souhegan River
NH Unnamed Falls Fair Waterville Valley set of horsetails close to the Smarts Brook Trail; may be viewable from trail, but a short bushwhack is more likely; could be a promising swimming hole.
NH Unnamed Falls Good Franconia promising set of falls on Slide Brook on the west side of South Kinsman Mountain
NH Unnamed Falls Fair Unknown there appears to be several attractive waterfalls on Halfway Brook; start bushwack off Nancy Pond Trail
NH Unnamed Falls Fair Unknown strong evidence exists that there is at least one promising waterfall on Davis Brook in Crawford Notch
NH Wadley Falls Poor Lee looks somewhat impressive per swimmingholes.org; good swimming hole on private property; "Wadleigh Falls" may be actual name
NH Walker Cascade Fair Lincoln requires bushwhack of unknown difficulty off Old Bridal Path; somewhat seasonal; falls estimated as being a 100-foot total drop
NH Waternomee Falls Fair Warren two drops found on 0.2 mile spur trail off Carr Mountain Trail; infrequently visited; trail may be overgrown; hike is 1.9 miles one way; rumors of additional "lost" waterfalls upstream
NH Weetamoo Falls Excellent Thompson & Meserves Purchase exceptionally scenic waterfall deep in the Great Gulf Wilderness; one of the most remote falls in New Hampshire; 5.7 miles one way; Sphinx Cascades are nearby
NH Wildcat Falls Poor Merrimack just a set of rapids; we have visited and were not really impressed
NH Willey Brook Falls Poor Harts Location somewhat visible from the road supposedly, but the falls aren't really interesting anyway
NH Wiswall Falls Poor Unknown just a dam per pictures we found
NH Wolfeboro Falls Poor Wolfeboro most likely a dam, but there's a chance it is not; we are guessing this is a 1.0-1.5 mile hike each way
NH Wonalancet Falls (picture) Fair Wonalancet looks slightly impressive per a postcard we have seen; also called "Locke Falls"


STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
RI Blackstone Gorge Poor North Smithfield 98% sure it is a dam
RI Bliss Falls Poor Unknown no easy access; Ten Mile River
RI Branch River Falls Poor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled
RI Cascade Brook (picture) Fair/Good Smithfield located within Ken Weber Conservation Area, a property that contains "a seasonal brook and small waterfall, immense boulders and rock outcroppings, a walking trail, tall trees, a four fireplace chimney remaining from another era" per the Town of Smithfield website
RI Fisherville Brook Falls Poor Exeter no information known
RI Forest Brook Falls Poor Unknown most likely private property
RI Gorgiaville Gorge Poor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Woonasquatucket River
RI Harrisville FallsPoor Unknown 98% sure it is a dam
RI Hunt's Mill Falls (picture) Poor Rumford a dam with some small cascades below it; Ten Mile River
RI Lime Rock CascadesPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Moshassuck River
RI Mill FallsPoor Unknown no easy access; could be a dam; Stillwater River
RI Pawtucket FallsPoor Exeter a dam on the Blackstone River
RI Pawtuxet FallsPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Pawtuxet River
RI Pine Swamp Brook FallsPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled
RI Pocasset River FallsPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled
RI Robin Hollow Pond FallsPoor Unknown no information known
RI Soucy FallsPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Mill River
RI Stillwater FallsPoor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Woonasquatucket River
RI Table Rock Falls Poor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Table Rock Brook
RI Treadmill Falls Poor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Treadmill Brook
RI Valley Falls Poor Unknown no information known
RI Vernal Shower Poor Unknown our guess is that this is a dam or is at least dam-controlled; Vernal Stream
RI Woonsocket Falls Poor Unknown 98% sure it is a dam; Blackstone River


STATE WATERFALL NAME POTENTIAL TOWN NOTES
VT Allen Brook Cascade Poor Williston not likely to be impressive; may require short bushwhack of unknown difficulty
VT Arnold Falls Poor St.Johnsbury supposedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Bailey Falls Great Hancock located on Middlebury College Snow Bowl property; short bushwhack of unknown difficulty required to view these impressive falls; 0.5 mile one way
VT Baldin Brook Falls N/A Wolcott PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Beecher Falls Poor Canaan could be a dam, but it is more likely this is a set of rapids
VT Beldens Falls Poor Middlebury supposedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Bellows Falls Poor Bellows Falls just a set of rapids below a dam
VT Benjamin Falls N/A Berlin PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Birketts Falls Poor Ferrisburgh just a set of unimpressive rapids
VT Black Creek Falls Poor East Fairfield includes upper and lower sections, but we could not find either; we suspect area is private property now; 25-feet tall
VT Black Falls Fair Montgomery very, very high probability this is private property; we could not find in 2009 without running into private property signs
VT Black Mountain Falls Fair West Dummerston looks slightly impressive, but we don't have accurate enough directions to attempt to find
VT Blake Falls Poor Woodbury we visited in 2002 and were not impressed; 15 feet tall
VT Bolton Falls Poor Duxbury & Waterbury confirmed it was a dam in 2002
VT Boltonville Falls Poor Boltonville falls are allegedly dam controlled; Wells River;
VT Branch Brook Falls Fair Halifax pictures look somewhat promising, but we couldn't find despite heaving searching in 2009
VT Brigham Falls Fair Stowe high probability this is private property, but falls may be viewable from Nebraska Valley Rd.
VT Bristol Cliffs Falls Poor Bristol seasonal falls; extremely tall (one of New England's tallest); private property may be an issue in getting views beyond what is seen from roadside
VT Brockways Mills Poor Rockingham falls are located below a dam; Williams River; is not likely to impress
VT Cadys Falls Poor Morrisville this is NOT another name for Terrill Gorge; these are small rapids near the town's center
VT Calendar Brook Falls Fair Sutton looks like a decent swimming hole; but the falls look weak
VT Carvers Falls Good West Haven impressive cascades below dam; off Carvers Falls Lane on the border of VT and NY
VT Carwash Falls Fair Smugglers Notch tall but very seasonal waterfall visible on VT 108; near Smuggler’s Notch
VT Cheever Falls Good Unknown

pretty set of falls and cascades based on pictures we have seen; access unknown

VT Chittenden Mills Fair Jericho looks like unspectacular cascades besides a mill/dam, but may be a scenic spot
VT Clarks Falls Poor Milton confirmed dam; above Milton Falls, which is a more worthwhile destination
VT Coventry Falls Fair Coventry permission is required of the landowner to visit; falls do look impressive
VT Cow Meadows Ledges Fair Newburyfar too seasonal, and may even be private property
VT Crossett Brook Falls N/A Duxbury PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Crystal Lake Falls Poor Barton looks like an ugly set of cascades with either a dam curret in place or remnants scattered around; I'd skip this one
VT Dead Creek Falls
(picture)
N/A Unsure most likely PRIVATE PROPERTY!
VT Dodge Falls Poor Ryegate supposedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Danby Waterslide N/A Danby PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Downer Glen Good Manchester public access doubtful; bushwhack likely required if access is allowed
VT Duck Brook Cascades Good Bolton series of small falls and cascades; visible from the Long Trail north of Jonesville ; 100+-foot total drop
VT East Barnet Falls Poor East Barnet looks unimpressive per pictures we have seen
VT East Hardwick Falls Poor East Hardwick supposedly a set of rapids below a dam
VT East Putney Falls N/A East Putney PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Enosburg Falls Poor Enosburg Falls supposedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Fall Brook Falls (West Dummerston) N/A West Dummerston PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Falls Bridge Falls Poor Williamstown not likely to be impressive
VT Falls Brook Falls Fair Hancock slight chance there could be something here, but I doubt it based descriptions we have read
VT Falls, The (Guildhall) Poor Guildhall supposedly a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
VT Fifteen Mile Falls Poor Waterford supposedly a set of rapids, but we have not confirmed
VT Flower Brook Cascade Poor Pawlet actual name may be Flower Brook Falls; looks like a dam per pictures we have seen
VT Frasers Falls Poor Ferrisburgh looks unimpressive
VT Frazer Falls Poor Williston we visited in 2002 and were not impressed
VT Furnace Brook Falls Poor Pittsfield looks slightly impressive, but may just be rapids/cascades for kayakers
VT Galbraith Falls Fair Barnet looks semi-attractive per a postcard we have seen, but we don't have good directions
VT Gates Falls N/A Montgomery PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Gerrys Falls Good Windsor located on a short spur trail off the Windsor Trail on Mt. Ascutney; 1.9 miles one way
VT Gleason Brook Falls N/A Bolton PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Granville Notch Falls Good Granville located off VT 100 north of Moss Glen Falls-Granville; visible from the road in high water; 0.1 mile hike
VT Great Falls (Charleston) Poor Charleston looks unimpressive
VT Great Falls (St Johnsbury) Poor St. Johnsbury may have access issues, also probably dam-controlled
VT Halifax Gorge N/A Halifax PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Halpins Falls N/A Middlebury PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Haystack Falls Good Wilmington a postcard we have seen shows great promise, but we have no idea where to find the falls
VT Hell Brook Cascades Great Stowe bushwhack required to view lower cascades; upper cascades located off steep and difficult Hell Brook Trail (a trail that climbs Mt. Mansfield)
VT Highgate Falls Poor Highgate just a set of falls below a dam; doesn't look impressive enough to visit
VT Hippie Hole Fair Montgomery we couldn't find the exact location of this place in 2009; good chance it is on private property
VT Horseshoe Falls Fair Moretown supposedly a small falls enjoyed by kayakers; strong chance this one is private property
VT Hubbels Falls Poor Williston just a set of small falls below a dam
VT Hulgate Falls Fair Milton may be impressive if Peterson Dam has actually been removed as was planned
VT Hungerford Brook Falls N/A Highgate PRIVATE PROPERTY! Skip this one
VT Huntington Falls Poor Weybridge just a dam built right on top of a natural falls
VT Hydes Falls Poor East Highgate just a set of rapids, although we have not confirmed
VT Ithiel Falls Poor Johnson we visited in 2002 and were disappointed; just a set of small rapids
VT Jackman Falls Poor South Lincoln just an unimpressive set of cascades; this is probably a dam
VT Jericho Brook Falls Poor Hartford we visited in 2002 and were not impressed
VT Joes Brook Falls Poor West Danville looks unimpresive
VT Kelly River Falls Fair Belvidere could be impressive, but the site is on private property; access is allowed, as long as the public continues to respect the area
VT Leicester River Falls Poor Salisbury looks unimpressive
VT Little Falls (Lyndon) Poor Lyndon just a dam, but we haven't confirmed it
VT Little Falls (Milton) Poor Milton looks unimpressive per pictures we have seen
VT Lowell Falls
(picture)
N/A Lowell PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Lulls Brook Gorge Poor Hartland we visited in 2002 and were not impressed; there is a slim chance we missed a part of the falls
VT Lyman Falls Poor Bloomfield just a tiny set of falls with a dam
VT Madbush Falls Great Waitsfield attractive falls and good swimming hole; access unknown; could be private property
VT Manley Falls Poor Milton just a set of rapids; another waterfall affected by the Peterson Dam; if the dam was removed, it could have some potential
VT May Pond Brook Flume Fair Barton access unknown; high probability this is located on private property
VT McIndoe Falls Poor Barnet just a small set of cascades or rapids below a dam
VT McLaughlin Falls
(picture)
N/A Mendon PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Mechanicsville Falls Poor Hinesburg looks unimpressive per picture we have seen; very limited information per google search; may be Pauls Falls
VT Middle Joiner Brook Falls Poor Bolton 90% chance this is private property; no other good information known
VT Middlebury Falls Poor Middlebury this is a dam, but it actually looks like it might be photogenic
VT Middlesex Gorge Poor Middlesex a set of cascades below a dam; unattractive site
VT Mill Brook Cascades Fair East Haven we visited in 2002 and thought it was private property, but we could be wrong...
VT Mill Brook Falls (Fayston) Poor Fayston looks unimpressive
VT Mill Brook Falls (Jamaica) Fair Jamaica may be worthwhile, but private property is almost a sure thing
VT Mill Brook Falls (Jericho) Good Jericho small cascades off Tarbox Rd; we could not find proper trailhead; high likelihood of private property
VT Mill River Falls Fair Georgia looks slightly promising, but may have private property issues
VT Mollys Falls Fair Marshfield requires bushwhack of unknown difficulty and length; located off VT 215; total drop estimated at 150 feet
VT Montpelier Falls Poor Montpelier believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Moretown Falls Poor Moretown we visited and were not impressed; just very small rapids
VT Morrisville Falls Poor Morrisville looks like a small set of cascades below a dam; don't bother
VT Mullikens Pitch Poor Waterford supposedly underwater due to the presence of believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Munsons Falls Fair Manchester unknown access; high probability of private property
VT Nelson Brook Gorge N/A Orange PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Neshobe Falls Poor Brandon most likely cascades below a dam
VT New Haven Mills Poor New Haven just rapids, but we have not confirmed
VT North Hartland Falls Poor North Hartland just a dam; we visited in 2002 and were not impressed
VT Okanee Falls Poor Waterbury supposedly underwater due to the presence of believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Oldcott Falls Poor Wilder could be a set of rapids; most likely this is a dam
VT Old Falls Poor Rutland allegedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Ottaquechee Falls Poor North Hartland could be a set of rapids; most likely this is a dam
VT Paper Mill Falls Poor Bennington allegedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Passumpsic Cascades Fair Passumpsic set of slides and cascades below a dam
VT Pauls Falls Fair Hinesburg

sometimes called Mechanicsville Falls; for guests of By the Old Mill Stream bed & breakfast

VT Pekin Brook Falls N/A Calais PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Pierces Mill Poor St. Johnsbury allegedly believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Pike River Falls N/A Berkshire PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Pool of Jalna Fair Enosburg Falls

private small horsetailsand swimming hole for guests of the Kingsley Mill Manor

VT Poor Farm Falls Poor Milton supposedly one of the waterfalls ruined by the Peterson Dam
VT Power Plant Falls Fair Unknown small horsetail; access off Power Plant Rd; Winooski River
VT Putnamville Falls N/A Middlesex PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Quimby Brook Falls Poor Sutton looks unimpressive
VT Readsboro Falls Fair Readsboro looks impressive per pictures we have found, but we could not find in 2009 despite asking a half-dozen locals
VT Reeds Falls Great Worcester difficult bushwhack of unknown distance required ; Catamount Brook
VT Rices Mills Poor Thetford Center most likely a tiny set of cascades
VT Richford Falls Poor Richford a set of rapids probably
VT Ridley Brook Falls Fair Duxbury small cascades off Camel’s Hump Rd; best cascades along brook are off-limits (private property)
VT Robinson Brook Falls N/A Northfield PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Rock River Cascades Poor Dover strong possibility this is private property
VT Rocky Dale Falls Poor Bristol just a set of rapids
VT Rocky Falls Poor Berlin looks impressive, but we are 98% sure it's private property; may be able to ask landowner for permission to visit
VT Ross Brook Falls Good Bakersfield looks very promising, but we could not find in 2009; private property is the likely culprit
VT Saxtons River Falls Poor Rockingham believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Seymour River Falls N/A Cambridge PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Shaw Hill Brook Falls Poor Sherburne private property very probably; viewable from road near Thundering Brook Falls
VT Sheffield Falls Poor Sheffield looks unimpressive
VT Sheldon Falls Poor Sheldon believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Simpson Brook Falls Poor Waterford tough to gauge this one, could be impressive but some sources were not impressed
VT Sloping Falls Poor Johnson we visited in 2002 but were not impressed; just downstream from Dog's Head Falls; may not be viewable from the road once vegetation grows in the spring
VT Smugglers Falls Fair Smugglers Notch one of the tallest chains of waterfalls in the Northeast; requires extremely difficult bushwhack; estimated 800-foot total drop
VT Spaulding Falls N/A Barre PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Sterling Brook Cascade Fair Stowe looks impressive per pictures we found, but is viewable from road only as it's private property
VT Stone Bridge Falls Poor Georgia doesn't look very impressive per vtfalls.com
VT Sucker Brook Cascade N/A Castleton PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Sumner Falls Poor Hartland we have visited and were not impressed
VT Sutton Falls Poor Barnet we have visited and were not impressed
VT Swanton Falls Poor Swanton believed to be a dam, but we have not confirmed this
VT Tabor Branch Falls N/A Topsham PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Taftsville Falls Poor Hartland confirmed dam
VT Tinker Brook Cascades Fair Plymouth set of cascades within the Tinker Brook Natural Area; hike of unknown difficulty off Shrewsbury Rd
VT Tollgate Falls Fair Londonderry small and unremarkable cascades; easy access off Cohen Rd.; Winhall River
VT Tubs, The N/A Pownal PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Twin Falls (Westminster) (picture) GreatWestminster Rumors that this is no longer private property; I believe this waterfall was recently conserved! falls are recommended, but swimming can be very dangerous here (many lives have been lost)
VT Upper Joiner Brook Falls Poor Bolton looks unimpressive per pictures we've seen
VT Upper Thatcher Brook Falls Fair Waterbury highly likely to be private property
VT Upper Twin Falls Fair Westminster lower falls are now off-limits, but perhaps thes are not?
VT Vergennes Falls Fair Vergennes just a dam,although we have not confirmed
VT Waits River Falls Poor Bradford just an ugly set of cascades that is controlled by a dam just upstream
VT Waterbury Dam Poor Waterbury just a set of cascades below a big dam; not worth it
VT Waterman Brook Falls (picture) Fair Johnson we wandered upstream to the falls, but it may have been private property (no signs, though)
VT Webb Falls N/A Granville PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one; (some-one needs to offer the owner an attractive bid to buy and conserve this amazing property)
VT Wheelock Falls Poor Wheelock looks unimpressive
VT Whetstone Brook Falls Poor Brattleboro just a set of cascades with a dam; looks unimpressive
VT Winooski Falls Poor Winooski confirmed dam
VT Winooski Gorge Poor Winooski confirmed dam
VT Witchcat Falls Fair Bakersfield PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one
VT Wolcott Pond Brook Falls Poor Wolcott slightly chance this is worthwhile, but we doubt it
VT Wymans Falls N/A Chester PRIVATE PROPERTY! skip this one

Last Updated: September 2013

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