World Waterfall Database

List of Waterfalls in United States

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Cataloged
Waterfalls which are Cataloged we have visited and surveyed in person. Statistical information should be quite accurate (for the most part), and exact measurements will often be available (information is not guaranteed to always be up to date). Detailed information, directions, and photographs will almost always be available.
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Confirmed
Confirmed Waterfalls are known to exist, should be relatively accurately mapped and geotagged, and the statistical information available will often be dependable. If height information is presented, it may be estimated but should be accurate. Directions will not likely be available.
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Unconfirmed
Unconfirmed Waterfalls are often marked on a published map, but we have yet to confirm the exact location and / or whether or not its stature is significant enough to qualify for listing in the database. Statistical information may be estimated and may be inaccurate. No directions.
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Unknown
Waterfalls marked as Unknown are either suspected to exist based on heresay or a hunch, or we have received unverified information suggesting a waterfall may exist near the location provided but cannot corroborate it in any way. Geodata may not be accurate, the location may not be known at all, and statistical information will be estimated and highly inaccurate.
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Inundated
Inundated Waterfalls have been submerged beneath lakes or reservoirs, usually a result of impoundment of a river behind a dam, and most often no longer functionally exist (there may be rare exceptions). We maintain records for these features out of historical importance.
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Subterranean
Though not common, some waterfalls can be found entirely underground within cave systems. Access to subterranean waterfalls can vary from easy via developed walkways to requiring a high level of extremely technical spelunking skill, including familiarity with ropework and a distinct lack of claustrophobia.
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Disqualified
Waterfalls which have been marked as Disqualified do not have the necessary stature or features to qualify as a legitimate waterfall according to our criteria. We will maintain records for entries with this status where the feature is well known and / or may have been historically referred to as a waterfall at some point in time.
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Posted
Posted Waterfalls are known to exist, and we may have a large amount of information associated with them, but are located on private property and are not legally accessible to the general public. Accessing waterfalls with this status should not be attempted without first being explicitly granted permission of the property owner.
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Country Rating
Height
State
Confirmed
25 feet / 8 meters
Michigan
Posted
Washington
Confirmed
Kentucky
Confirmed
Washington
Unconfirmed
560 feet / 171 meters
Hawaii
Unknown
New Hampshire
Confirmed
Ohio
Unknown
New Jersey
Confirmed
30 feet / 9 meters
New York
Posted
195 feet / 59 meters
New York
Confirmed
Kentucky
Confirmed
7 feet / 2 meters
Ohio
Unconfirmed
10 feet / 3 meters
Tennessee
Confirmed
California
Confirmed
70 feet / 21 meters
Colorado
Confirmed
200 feet / 61 meters
Montana
Confirmed
South Carolina
Confirmed
Washington
Confirmed
Washington
Unconfirmed
50 feet / 15 meters
Georgia
Unknown
15 feet / 5 meters
Georgia
Posted
North Carolina
Unknown
North Carolina
Confirmed
Wisconsin
Unconfirmed
6 feet / 2 meters
Michigan
Disqualified
New Hampshire
Posted
12 feet / 4 meters
South Carolina
Unconfirmed
10 feet / 3 meters
Oregon
Confirmed
52 feet / 16 meters
Wyoming
Disqualified
Louisiana
Unconfirmed
255 feet / 78 meters
Arkansas

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