Falling Waters State Park (Chipley) - Florida's most impressive natural waterfall rushes over 70 feet down a massive sinkhole. The flow of the waterfall depends heavily on the amount of recent rainfall, so visitors should call ahead if they would be disappointed by a dry day.
<h3><a href="https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Falling-Waters">Falling Waters State Park</a></h3> <i>State Park Road, Chipley, (850) 638-6130</i> <br>In a place as flat as Florida, waterfalls are pretty rare, so it isn’t every day you’ll get to see wonders like this 73-foot beauty cascade into a sinkhole. <br> <br>Photo via tessa_lations/Instagram
Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Also enjoy fishing or swimming in the small lake, and short hikes on the trails with a tour of the unique geology.
Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Tip: For a full day trip, you can combine a visit to Falling Waters with a tour of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, which is about a half hour away. (Two thumbs up! LH)