We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews ice age viewing area natural wonder bridge of flowers rock formations forces of nature deerfield river water cascading high water interesting place salmon falls dam glacier geological waterfall phenomenon treaty
The lady at the gift shop told us how to find this large, unusual rock formation. Near the end of the Iron Bridge. Nice little shady viewing park to sit in with a couple benches. The area beside the Falls is industrial but the Potholes...More
Serine and beautiful. Water rushing over the dam and working it's way through the rocky riverbed below. Beginning thousands of years ago, sediment in the water, due to the circumferential route of the water, began etching round depressions in the massive rocks. These became larger...More
Standing on the viewing area, leaning with my chin on the railing, I look at the water rushing over the dam and swirling over the worn plates below. I think of old technology, the possible uses this area had for the generations of inhabitants, the...More
I have always enjoyed coming to the potholes. Of course it was awesome when you had easy access to walk on the rocks. Now it is gated off, but you can still overlook the falls. It's still a good place to stop by. If you're...More
The potholes are a really interesting feature and are the only one of its kind that I know of in the area. I heard you used to be able to go in them but people got hurt so that's no longer the case. If you...More