This waterfall claims, at 90 feet tall, to be the highest waterfall in Indiana and is located just about 60 minutes northeast of Champaign-Urbana?
It is a bit difficult to find if you don’t know what you are looking for as it sits right behind the railroad tracks in “downtown” Williamsport. Not exactly the place you would expect to see such a splendid waterfall.
You can park at the top of the waterfall where there is a viewing deck. However, if you ignore the stop sign (which I believe is really just intended for cars), you can hike down to the creek and walk the creek to the bottom of the waterfall. Be careful there are some deep spots near the base of the waterfall.
When we went, there were a few other rebels down there enjoying a dip. I definitely recommend wearing your swimsuit (and bringing river shoes!).
There is another small town about 4 miles east of Wiliamsport that is home to one of Indiana’s many covered bridges. It is located just outside the town of Attica, Indiana. This covered bridge is still in use today and is in great shape!
This makes for a great day trip. I will warn you restaurant sitings were few and far between. I would recommend bringing snacks or packing a picnic!