Little Otter Creek Falls is a small and hidden waterfall located in Ferrisburgh, Vermont. The waterfall has a total height of about 10 feet and it can be found along Little Otter Creek, hence its name. This creek features surprisingly solid water flow year-round, but it truly peaks during the spring when the snow thaw occurs. For this reason, it is best to visit during the months of April, May, and June to see the falls in peak conditions.
The waterfall itself drops in a unique block formation. Fortunately, it is super easy to access. Visitors can park along Wing Road and then walk to the Little Otter Creek Covered Bridge. From the covered bridge, the falls are just about 100 feet away. There is no official trail to the falls, so some bushwhacking may be required. It is unknown whether the falls are located on public or private property. It seems as though respectful visitors are welcome, but some additional research is required. Ultimately, this waterfall is a great quick spot to explore and enjoy.
- Height: 10 feet
- Type: Block
- Water Source: Little Otter Creek
- Swimming: Not allowed / not possible
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