Waterfall

Petit Jean State Park

Size: 
3471 acres

Location

Petit Jean State Park
1285 Petit Jean Mountain Road
Morrilton, AR 72110
United States
Phone: (501) 727-5441
35° 9' 23.3676" N, 92° 45' 30.888" W

Petit Jean State Park is the first state park in Arkansas.

India Brook Park

Location

India Brook Park
97 Ironia Road
Mendham, NJ 07945
United States
Phone: (973) 543-4555
40° 48' 2.412" N, 74° 37' 33.1608" W

India Brook Park is located in Mendham Township, New Jersey and a former property of The Seeing Eye, a guide dog school. The organization moved to another location in Mendham and the township converted the property to a park. India Brook Park is adjacent to other town parkland and helps form a large undeveloped tract.

Bash Bish Falls State Park

Location

Bash Bish Falls State Park
Falls Road
Mount Washington, MA 01258
United States
Phone: (413) 528-0330
42° 6' 35.5896" N, 73° 29' 16.9872" W

Bash Bish Falls State Park is located in Southwest Massachusetts and is home to the state's highest single-drop waterfall. The Bash Bish Brook cascades down Bash Bish Mountain before making a 60-foot drop over the falls.

Bash Bish State Park offers day use recreation including fishing and hiking. The trail is accessed via a moderately difficult trail. There is a range of wildlife in the area, including black bear and bobcat.

Stony Brook Park

Size: 
11 acres

Location

Stony Brook Park
Ledge Road
Darien, CT 06820
United States
41° 4' 19.344" N, 73° 28' 48.1404" W

Stony Brook Park is a municipal park in Darien, Connecticut. The park is a great location for a short family-friendly hike next to a waterfall. There are benches located near the waterfall for families to stop and enjoy the sounds of the water.

Talladega National Forest

Size: 
392567 acres

Location

Talladega National Forest
1001 North Street
Talladega, AL 35160
United States
Phone: (256) 362-2909
33° 26' 34.6416" N, 86° 4' 45.7104" W

Talladega National Forest is located in the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains in Alabama. The National Forest was established in 1936 on lands that had been very abused and highly eroded due to over logging. Talladega has experienced regrowth and now represents a vibrant pine forest with a diverse ecosystem.