This 738-acre park in Trumansburg, New York, offers hiking trails and a lake for boaters, but the main draw is its namesake 215-foot waterfall.
Take a trip down to the base of Bridal Veil Falls and set foot on the famous Hurricane Deck in Niagara Falls, New York.
Three state parks within easy driving distance from Sparta, Tennessee, offer opportunities to see waterfalls.
This Paradise, Michigan, park on the state’s Upper Peninsula is known for its famous root-beer-hued waterfall.
Offering incredible views of North America’s most famous waterfalls, this restaurant in Niagara Falls, Ontario, provides an unforgettable experience.
History meets beauty in Niagara Falls, Ontario, at this attraction that offers incredible view of the falls from a new perspective.
Blackwater Falls State Park in Davis, West Virginia, gets its name from the dark-hued water flowing over its 57-foot main waterfall, but that is just the beginning of its natural beauty.