A pretty little cascade on a small creek that joins the much larger Current River. You can access this falls from the main parking lot at Trowbridge Park. A trail leads into the woods at the south end of the parking lot. It stays fairly close to the Current River and ends (or continues past) the small creek that forms Sevigny's Creek Falls. It's maybe 200 m long at most. Note that the falls is right at the edge of the Current River. This makes it almost impossible to step back for a more panoramic view of the falls. In other words... watch your step! The big river is right behind this falls.
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