Must-See Waterfalls in the US
Havasu Falls

Do Go Chasing Waterfalls! 6 Must-See Waterfalls in the US

Make the most of your state-side spring season and head to the most Instagram worthy waterfalls in the country. These breathtaking waterfalls are all located right here in the US, making them hassle free for you to get to.

Each one of these waterfalls are surrounded by unbeatable scenery and boast incredible hiking trails. Accessibility varies from waterfall to waterfall, with some viewable from the road and others only reachable by foot, we've put to together a list to make it easy to find the find the perfect waterfall for you. Keep scrolling to check them out!


1. Havasu Falls, Arizona

The picturesque Havasu Falls are located in the Grand Canyon National Park! This waterfall is a bit tricky to get to, its only accessible by 10 mile hike, but the journey is well worth it for the stunning views and scenery. If you don't want to tackle the hike independently there are plenty of guided hiking and camping tours!

2. Multnomah Falls, Oregon

Multnomah Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the US and for good reason! The fairytale like waterfall is easily accessible and just a short drive from Portland. You can get a good view from the Visitors Center, or walk up to to Benson Walking Bridge for an up close experience. There is also a 1.2 mile hiking trail to the top of the falls!

3. Manawaiopuna Falls, Kauai

The incredible 400ft Manawaiopuna Falls, a.k.a The Jurassic Park Falls, are located in Hanapepe Kauai! The falls are privately owned and only accessible via helicopter tour, where you can view it from the air or land at the waterfalls base!

4. Ruby Falls, Tennessee

If you're looking for a unique waterfall than Tennessee's Ruby Falls are for you! The waterfall is located in a underground cave, and is quickly becoming a popular tourist attraction in Tennessee. You can see the falls by yourself or go on a guided tour!

5. Palouse Falls, Washington

This iconic waterfall is the center piece of the Palouse Falls State Park! The waterfall sits on the Palouse River and is split into upper and lower sections. There are multiple trails with fantastic views of the falls and that are child and dog friendly, making this the perfect location for the whole family! The park also boasts 105 acres of campgrounds so its easy to turn this into an overnight adventure!

6. Yosemite Falls, California

The Yosemite Falls are some of the tallest in the world! Made up of 3 tiers and surround by one of America's most beautiful National Park's its easy to see why these falls are a popular tourist attraction. The falls are visible from Yosemite Valley, or if you're feeling adventurous you can undertake the 6-8 hours roundtrip hiking trail to get up close. (please note this hike is only recommended for experienced hikers)

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