Falling Water Falls (north Pope County) is one of the best known waterfalls in the Ozark National Forest. It is a beautiful 10-foot waterfall on Falling Water Creek, near the Richland Creek Wilderness.
During most of the year, there is just one flow, but during high water, the flowing area can span 40 or 50 feet.
Getting to Falling Water Falls
For most people, to get there you should first head toward the community of Pelsor (or Sand Gap). It is in north Pope County at the intersections of Highways 7, 16, and 123. Continue reading Falling Water Falls Video (Ozark Forest)