Bully Brook Falls

Description

Bully Brook Falls is an incredible waterfall located in Wallingford, Vermont. The waterfall drops about 85 feet over two different drops. Lower Bully Brook Falls drops about 50 feet in a lovely horsetail formation. Upper Bully Brook Falls drops about 35 feet in a great horsetail formation too. Both are so beautiful to see and they are located just a few feet from each other.

Bully Brook Falls is located along, you guessed it, Bully Brook. The brook features pretty good water flow year-round. That said, it typically flows strongest during the spring when the snow is thawing and fueling the brook. For visitors hoping to see the falls roaring, it is wise to visit during the months of April, May, and June. 

Accessing the waterfall is relatively easy and pretty quick. The waterfall is located in the White Rocks National Recreation Area within the Green Mountain National Forest. The area features a well-maintained and well-marked trail system. Visitors can park at the White Rocks Picnic Area and then hike the Keewaydin Trail for about 0.40 miles to the falls. The waterfall trail is family-friendly and a great route to get some hiking in. Dogs are also allowed on the trail and through the entirety of the White Rocks National Recreation Area.

 

Waterfall Specs

  • Height: 85 feet (lower falls drop 50 feet and upper falls drop 35 feet)
  • Type: Horsetail
  • Water Source: Bully Brook
  • Swimming: Good, but not always easy to get in or out of the pool at the base of the falls

Bully Brook Falls Location

  • Park: White Rocks National Recreation Area within the Green Mountain National Forest
  • Address: White Rocks Picnic Road
  • Town: Wallingford
  • State: Vermont
  • GPS:¬†
    • Lower Bully Brook Falls: 43.44901, -72.93810
    • Upper Bully Brook Falls: 43.44873, -72.93701
  • Parking Notes:¬†
  • Parking Directions: HERE
  • Location Directions:
    • Lower Bully Brook Falls: HERE
    • Upper Bully Brook Falls: HERE

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