Muddy Creek Falls and Swallow Falls are the main attractions at Swallow Falls State Park, but I think that Tolliver Falls is just as interesting as its larger relatives. Tolliver Falls is only a few feet tall, and yet its location in the park is very scenic.
I visited the park in late October, and the trees were beginning to change colors. The fallen leaves created a blanket around the falls, which only enhanced the colors of the rock in the falls. It also helped that while the sun made it more difficult to photograph the other falls, the canopy above Tolliver Falls allowed for better photographs.
1) I took a very roundabout way from Virginia (passing through West Virginia) to reach these falls, so it might be more advisable to visit the following site for multiple routes.
2) Tolliver Falls is on a side trail that’s very easily accessed. You may have to wander around a little to find it, though.
Where in the World is Tolliver Falls?: map