Waterfalls in Starved Rock State Park
This waterfall is the most likely to have water all-year-round. You can walk behind the falls by following the trail to Tonty canyon.
One of the higher falls in the park and also a favorite of ice climbers. In spring you can witness not one but two falls in this dramatic canyon.
With a height of 80' this is a truly impressive fall. It's spring-fed which means it is also more likely to have water than others. Come in the winter to see the beautiful icicles.
Wildcat is another tall waterfall in a striking canyon. At 80 feet, it presents a real challenge for experienced ice climbers in the winter.
The French canyon is located close to the visitor center. This makes this waterfall a popular outing for the whole family. Kids love sliding down the mini-falls at the entrance of the canyon.
The waterfall is 20 feet high, not as high as some others but still worth a visit. It's a peaceful setting as this is one of the less-visitied canyons in the park.
Another dramatic plunge that completely freezes in the winter, if you're lucky you may see ice climbers in action. Don't forget to hike behind this waterfall!
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