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Pulling on a flannel while sipping a big mug of pumpkin spiced latte would hit the spot for many fall fanatics. By the week of October 16th, northern Indiana will be in full leaf peeping season while the southern half of the state will be just turning colors. Indiana really shows its colors at the end of October. Brown County is a popular spot for leaf peeping in the Midwest, and peak foliage in that area will likely happen on October 31.
Waterfall formed by the Fersina stream, autumn leaves in the foreground
A great way to get up close and personal to some bright fall colors is on a trailhead. If you partner your hike with a vison of rumbling water, you’ll make it a lasting memory.
wa·​ter·​fall | \ ˈwȯ-tər-ˌfȯl  ˈwä- \

Definition of waterfall

aa perpendicular or very steep descent of the water of a stream

There are more than 22 different waterfalls throughout the Hoosier state. Every waterfall is unique, and whether they were created by mother nature or humankind, they will take your breath away.

Indiana has plenty of incredible cascades to explore if you know where to look. has listed the top 10 waterfalls in Indiana.

water cascading over 6 foot waterfall

The Top 10 Waterfalls in Indiana

1. Salamonie River Falls

2. Kokiwanee Falls

3. France Park Waterfall

4. Silver Cascades

5. Cataract Falls

6. McCormick’s Creek Falls

7. Rock Rest Falls

8. Big Clifty Falls

9. Little Clifty Falls

10. Hoffman and Tunnel Falls

view of river which leads to waterfall

I’m adding one more to the list. It’s the Anderson Falls. has given the formation 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.

“You can enjoy this 0.8-mile loop trail near Hartsville, Indiana. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 18 min to complete. This trail is great for birding, fishing, and hiking, and it’s unlikely you’ll encounter many other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.”