Bakers Falls is a lowkey waterfall located in Troy, Vermont. The waterfall features a total drop of 25 feet and it can be found along the Missisquoi River. Missisquoi River flows pretty strong year-round and peaks during the spring when the snow melts. The waterfall itself drops in a unique formation consisting of a block and cascades below a dam.
Accessing the waterfall will require some scrambling. The waterfall is located just off River Road and there is no trail leading to it. It is best to park on the south side of the road in the dirt parking area. From the parking area, visitors must bushwhack through the woods to get a good view of the falls. Although it is not far from the road, reaching the waterfall is not easy.
Ultimately, Bailey Falls is a hidden and often not visited waterfall.