Waterfalls

Some of Wisconsin’s most spectacular waterfalls are in the Northwest. Scenic hiking trails lead to breathtaking views of graceful drops and roaring falls.

Waterfalls

Douglas County
The falls drop in a graceful series into the Amnicon River.
Fee/Pass Required: Yes.
Price County
Flanked by tall white and red pine, the Jump River flows by huge granite rocks providing a wild river environment. Hike the trail along the river.
Enjoy the scenic river-edge park and campground. Camping fee.
Douglas County
Height: 165 ft. Pattison Park features the highest waterfalls in Wisconsin and 4th highest east of the Rocky Mountains.
Fee/Pass Required: Yes.
Ashland County
Height: 30 ft, 40 ft
Handicap Accessible – Paved trails; Brownstone falls on the Tyler Forks River (30 feet); Copper Falls on the Bad River (40 feet); Red Granite
Falls on the Bad River Fee/Pass Required: Yes
Iron County
Height: Varies. Iron County has 18 waterfalls with an additional 15 in nearby Michigan. The waterfalls are spectacular in the spring but offer beauty any time of year. Fee/Pass Required: No.
Douglas County
Height: 31 ft split falls. The falls drop 30 feet into the Black River. The falls are split, very scenic and a highlight of the park.
Fee/Pass Required: Yes.
Ashland County
Height: 70 ft.
Morgan Falls is an unnamed tributary of Morgan Creek.
Fee/Pass Required: Yes.