Enders Falls


Enders Falls is one of the greatest sets of waterfalls in New England. Enders Falls is located in Enders State Forest in West Granby, Connecticut. There are 5 distinct waterfalls in the forest which each are beautiful in their own way with the tallest one dropping a whooping 30+ feet.

Each waterfall is fueled by Enders Brook which flows well all year round. That said, the best time to visit Enders Falls is during the springtime when the snow melts and after rainstorms. Each of the falls are easy to view thanks to the well-crafted boardwalk which brings visitors through the gorge. Speaking of visitors, Enders Falls does get extremely busy on nice summer days. So try visiting early in the morning or during the off-season if possible. 


Waterfall Specs

  • Height: Multiple waterfall with the tallest dropping 30 feet
  • Type: Plunges, horsetails, slides, cascades, and, more
  • Water Source: Enders Brook
  • Swimming: Great at one of the waterfall pools. Can be very dangerous if you don’t know where to go.


  • Park: Enders State Forest
  • Address: 173-117 Barkhamsted Road
  • Town: West Granby
  • State: Connecticut
  • GPS: Varies (41.954502, -72.876261)
  • Parking Notes: The parking area for Enders Falls is located right off Barkhamsted Road in West Granby. There are enough spots for about 3 dozen cars. There are no parking fees at Enders State Forest. Gates open at 8 am, and close at sunset all year round.
  • Parking Directions: HERE
  • Location Directions: HERE


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