Fair Haven Falls small roadside waterfall located in Fair Haven, Vermont. The waterfall drops about 14 feet and it can be found along the Castleton River. Castleton River features a large watershed and flows well year-round. Unlike some waterfalls which are only worth visiting during the spring, Fair Haven Falls can be seen in good condition on any given day of the year. The waterfall itself drops in a cool formation consisting of a dam followed by a lovely series of cascades.
Accessing the waterfall is relatively easy. The waterfall is situated on town-owned land and can be found just off Depot Street. Visitors can park along the road and then get a closer look. There is no official trail to the falls, but a small trail has formed from visitors over time.
- Height: 14 feet
- Type: Cascades below a dam
- Water Source: Castleton River
- Swimming: Not possible / not allowed