During the latter half of the year, when the state’s other notable waterfalls are but a trickle, this glorious and expansive waterfall is at full blast… thanks to natural reservoirs above ground and below.
Its eponymous state park is also home to hiking trails and a scenic lake where you can fish, swim, rent boats and canoes.
Day use parking $8 (sunrise-sunset)
Boat & canoe rentals available on-site; call (530) 335-5713 for more info
Rustic cabins $93.50-$115.50+, reservable online 7 months in advance
Tent/RV camping $5-$35, reservable online 7 months in advance