What to See: Plants and Animals
The beech/maple forest shares the land with shagbark hickory, white oak and buckeye trees. A number of woodland animals and an abundance of birds including migratory songbirds, woodpeckers and hawks make their home at the preserve. In early spring, an array of wildflowers can be seen east of the falls.
The scenic, moderate terrain makes for a beautiful hike. The preserve is much larger than expected with a small trail network past the viewing area and roadside trails. Crossing above or below the falls is necessary to access these trails, so please be cautious.