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You don't have to travel far to get to this waterfall - it's right on the road, so stop by and enjoy, especially in the spring and during other high-water times. There are also historic signs about Eagle River and also a historic bridge at...More
This is a great place to explore, we were able to make it easily to the upper part of these falls, and walk into them a little ways... it made me nervous having the kids, but other ppl had their kids in there playing in...More
Easy to view falls from a bridge, you can park right there and view from above. There were people below wading in the water and climbing on the falls. The wooden bridge opposite the falls is interesting too.
My bride and I stopped at this falls on our scenic Hwy 26 drive!
It's well worth the little walk (around 30 feet) to view it!
You can walk on the original bridge that spans the small gorge! There are historical signage for those that...More
My wife and I stopped off in Eagle River for a much needed rest from a long hike. We visited the falls and the small museum, while we were there. The falls are very pretty, and it was nice to just relax to the sound...More
Both of the falls are worth stopping for. Jacob’s Falls we’re located near a quaint little bakery called the Jampot. Worth visiting. The Eagle River Falls were located pretty much right out our door at the lighthouse we rented in Eagle River. Beautiful!
A couple of different viewing areas. The main one with the parking area. There is a lower bridge allowing the opportunity to get a different view of the river. Come during the spring melt and see the power of the water flow.