Mead’s Falls is a quaint little urban waterfall and train bridge located on Otter Creek near Rutland, Vermont. There is no official parking lot so most visitors just park on the side of the road. A short path will take you to several different vantage points of the waterfall. There was some litter near the path, as it is a rather urban area, so definitely wear close-toed shoes. Otherwise, it is a short, easy walk for some nice views in a populated area. Mead’s Falls is about 15 feet in total and consists of lovely cascades.
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- Height: 15 feet of cascades below an 8-foot dam
- Type: Cascades below a dam
- Water source: Otter Creek
- Swimming: Prohibited and/or not possible
- Address: 88-90 Old Falls Rd
- Town: Center Rutland
- State: Vermont
- GPS: Lat 43.60303 Lng -73.01220
- Parking Notes: There is a small parking pullover area located on Simons Avenue which offers easy access to the waterfall. The area is only a few hundred feet from the waterfall. Additionally, there appears to be some parking spaces on Old Falls Road. Parking is free.
- Parking Directions: HERE
- Location Directions: HERE