I have been visiting this spot for over 50 years. When I was a teenager I, and a bunch of friends climbed to the bottom of the gorge down an old tree that used to grow on the other side from the viewing area. It's Amazing down there.. There are boulders the size of houses standing on their ends. You really feel small..(you would also probably be arrested if you tried this today!) Back at the top, there is a collapsed entrance to a tunnel that was supposed to go someplace, back when the falls was larger and they were going to generate electricity. The little park also has a veterans memorial to the ww1 & ww2 soldiers from the area. The Eugenia Dam also has a local story about someone missing, and believed embedded in the concrete during construction, but you would have to find a very old local to tell you the story!
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