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All reviews swimming hole clear water parking area short walk from the parking lot nice parking lot mad river cars parked short hike definitely worth the stop stretch your legs lots of fun great stop new england jumping rocks cascade swimmers
Came by last year and went to the wrong side so we missed the fun side. This June, came here specifically. It was a HOT June Saturday afternoon, and it was PACKED. People everywhere!! But it was nice to sit and relax on the rocks...the...More
We happened to see a bunch of cars parked so we decided to investigate and found this great swimming hole. It happened to be in the middle of the July 4 heat wave that hit the North East, so this was a perfect place to...More
What an awesome place to get wet and enjoy this chrystal clear gorge! My husband and I were recommended from our Innkeeper @ Amee Farms in Pittfield VT to go to this swimming hole. What an awesome place to get wet on a hot day!!
The falls were a nice stop from the long drive through Vermont but certainly not a "must see". It's quite small and crowded. If you are on your way to the Niagra, you have something much better waiting for you. If you are hot and...More
We went to Warren Falls with our 3 boys in search of some swimming and cliff jumping. The boys loved the waterfalls and there were several rocks they could jump from into th swimming holes. Places to swim for all ages. Definitely worth the stop!
We came to explore the cliffs and let our kids have fun. By the grace of god my daughter didn’t die that day. Her and her cousin decided to climb the high cliff to jump my daughter slipped and thank god a little tree saved...More
Checked out Warren Falls this past week. Amazing little hidden gem. Definitely go early (9am ish) if you wish to have the falls mainly to yourself and wear water shoes if you'd like to walk in/around the water. Dog friendly and a short drive down...More
Response from APatrickF | Reviewed this property |
People fish along the Mad River but not where the falls are due to the number of visitors. People also fish the Millbrook that flows along Route 17. Locals would kill me if I gave away specific locations. 😉