Upper Dave’s Falls is only a few feet tall, but it’s a rather enjoyable set of waterfalls to visit when in northeastern Wisconsin. The benefits to visiting Upper Dave’s Falls (and it’s lower counterpart): 1) It’s pretty easy to visit. There are no long drives down dirt roads or long hikes. 2) There are a number of other waterfalls in the area, so you can hit a bunch of them in one day. Not a whole lot else to say, except that I really do like the color of the rock around the falls.
- The waterfall is south of Pembine on US-141. If you’re driving south from there, it’s only about 1 mile from the city, and the road to the park will be on your right.
- Turn right onto County Park Road, which leads to Dave’s Falls County Park.
- The most prominent path leads to the lower falls, so wander upstream to get this view of the upper falls.
Accessibility: 10/10 (easy)
Length of Hike: 0.2 miles round-trip
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