Connecticut Waterfalls



The following is a list of all cascades and waterfalls in Connecticut that we have personally visited and reviewed. For information on additional waterfalls in Connecticut that we have not yet visited, click here: Other Waterfalls in Connecticut

Directions and trail information to most of the waterfalls listed below is further detailed in our guidebook: New England Waterfalls: A Guide to More Than 400 Cascades and Waterfalls!

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WATERFALL NAME RATING TOWN COUNTY DESCRIPTION DIRECTIONS
Bailey's Ravine Franklin New London waterfall description directions/trail info
Bear Hill Falls Middletown Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Blackledge Falls Glastonbury Hartford waterfall description directions/trail info
Burr Falls Torrington Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Buttermilk Falls (Norfolk) Norfolk Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Buttermilk Falls (Plymouth) Plymouth Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Carpenter's Falls Granby Hartford waterfall description directions/trail info
Cascade, The East Hampton Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Chapman Falls East Haddam Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Codfish Falls Mansfield Tolland waterfall description directions/trail info
Dean's Ravine Falls Canaan Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Enders Falls Granby Hartford waterfall description directions/trail info
Gorge Cascade Falls Hamden New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Great Falls (Housatonic) Canaan & Salisbury Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Indian Well Falls Shelton Fairfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Kent Falls Kent Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Kettletown Brook Falls Southbury New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Mill Pond Falls Newington Hartford waterfall description directions/trail info
Negro Hill Brook Falls Burlington Hartford waterfall description directions/trail info
Nonnewaug Falls Woodbury Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Pine Swamp Brook Falls Sharon Litchfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Prydden Brook Falls Newton Fairfield waterfall description directions/trail info
Roaring Brook Falls Chesire New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Seven Falls Haddam and Middletown Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Southford Falls Southbury and Oxford New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Sperry Falls Woodbridge New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Spruce Brook Falls Beacon Falls New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Spruce Glen Falls Wallingford New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Tartia-Engel Falls East Hampton Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Wadsworth Big Falls Middlefield Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Wadsworth Little Falls Middlefield Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Westfield Falls Middletown Middlesex waterfall description directions/trail info
Wintergreen Falls Hamden New Haven waterfall description directions/trail info
Yantic Falls Norwich New London waterfall description directions/trail info

OTHER WATERFALLS IN CONNECTICUT

Click here to see a list of all other known waterfalls in Connecticut.

GUIDEBOOKS TO GET YOU THERE

Here are the best guidebooks currently on the market that will help lead you to waterfalls in Connecticut. Click on any book to read reviews and/or purchase the book on amazon.com.






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