Jeff Falls is a pretty little waterfall and great swimming hole located in Cambridge, Vermont. The waterfall drops about 5 feet via small plunges. Although the waterfall is not very tall, the highlight of this waterfall is the pool at its base. The pool is very large, deep, and clear. It is a popular swimming hole among locals during the summer.
The waterfall can be found along the Brewster River which features pretty solid year-round. It flows the strongest during the spring when the snow is thawing. For this reason, the falls can be seen truly roaring during the months of April, May, and June. That said, there are benefits to visiting Jeff Falls every season.
Accessing the waterfall is fairly easy. The waterfall is technically located on private property, but respectful visitors have long been welcomed. Visitors can park in a small dirt area on the side of Mill Street and then walk a few hundred feet along the river to the falls. Due to its convenient location, the waterfall is a great family-friendly location to explore. Well-behaved dogs on leashes are permitted.
- Height: 5 feet
- Type: Plunges
- Water Source: Brewster River
- Swimming: Great