New York

New York Waterfalls were something we didn’t really expect to see prior to visiting the state. However, we’ve been fortunate enough to see a piece of such nature – especially in Upstate New York…

Vermont

We only had a very limited amount of time to visit the Vermont Waterfalls so we realize that we haven’t done this state justice in terms of what was on offer here.  Certainly, we’re keen to make a return visit to sample…

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Waterfalls could very well be the most impressive of the waterfalls we’ve encountered in the New England Region.  Indeed, nestled within the rugged White Mountain area, we got to experience…

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Waterfalls were spread more to the western parts of the state as the eastern parts were more developed as it was anchored by the city of Boston, which felt like it was the heart or at least the epicenter…

Maine

Maine Waterfalls were spread out in the extreme northeastern reaches of the Continental United States.  We only have a humble sampling of the waterfalls to show for our efforts as many of them required a bit…

Connecticut

Connecticut Waterfalls were dotted in the southernmost extremes of the New England Region. So far, we managed to visit three waterfalls during the early parts of the Autumn Colors season, and we were richly…

Minnesota

The Minnesota Waterfalls that we encountered were pretty much concentrated along the eastern part of the state. We managed to visit a handful of them from as far south as the twin cities of…

Maryland

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Virginia

Virginia Waterfalls were a bit of an unexpected surprise considering it was a state that I knew harbored the Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Mountains though we hadn’t visited that region yet…

New Jersey

New Jersey Waterfalls certainly seem like a contradiction to those not familiar with the state (like us).  But believe it or not, after one website visitor made us aware that there was at least one waterfall here…

Michigan

Michigan Waterfalls were probably the unsung attractions of the Wolverine State. Perhaps a big reason why was that the state seemed to exhibit two different personalities as there were two distinct regions…

Kentucky

The Kentucky Waterfalls that we visited represented a very small fraction of what exists in the state. But they provided the perfect excuse for us to explore the state and pierce through the fog of the unknown…

Wyoming

Wyoming Waterfalls dot this legendary state that’s home to both Yellowstone National Park (the world’s first; though technically it’s also got strips of Montana as well as Idaho) as well as Grand Tetons…

Washington

Washington Waterfalls were the byproduct of a region of the United States with a notoriously wet climate as well as favorable geology for waterfalls thanks to its volcanoes. In fact, the state of Washington…

Oregon

Oregon Waterfalls are probably one aspect of the state’s natural beauty that can easily be taken for granted. As you can see on this page, there are numerous waterfalls that we’ve encountered, and this doesn’t…

Montana

Montana Waterfalls seem to be mostly concentrated in the Rocky Mountains, and in our experience, that pretty much meant Glacier National Park and its vicinity. In this state, things just feel different…

Idaho

Idaho Waterfalls hint at this state’s balance between its agricultural reputation and wild nature. Perhaps more known for its potatoes or references in songs (e.g. Private Idaho by the B-52’s) as well as the university…

Alaska

Alaska Waterfalls I’m sure are abundant given its rainy climate (it’s said to rain about 300 days out of the year in much of the southeast part of the state). However, given the wild and ruggedness of this harsh…

Utah

Utah Waterfalls are just one aspect of a variety of scenery in the state’s vast and rugged expanse of desert wilderness. We’ve managed to find slot canyons, natural arches, desert oases, and even canyons with vertical…

New Mexico

New Mexico Waterfalls seemed like an oxymoron to us as we thought this state was nothing but desert, aliens (think Roswell), and nuclear research projects (think Manhattan Project) as well as military bases…