Roxbury Falls is a nice roadside waterfall located in Roxbury, Vermont. The waterfall drops about 15 feet and it can be found along the Dog River. Dog River features solid water flow but often flows strongest during spring when the snow melts and after heavy rainstorms. Considering the water flow is often greatest in the spring, the months of April, May, and June are recommended for visitors. That said, Roxbury Falls is a great spot to visit year-round. The waterfall itself drops in a unique horsetail formation with water that remains in close contact with the steep rock face.
The waterfall is conveniently located just off Warren Mountain Road in Roxbury. The property on the northern bank of the brook is public and open for exploration. The other side of the brook is private property. Visitors are able to park along the side of the road and then traverse down to the brook to see the falls. The falls can be spotted right from the road, but some bushwhacking is required to get a better view. Ultimately, this waterfall is a fun hidden gem to visit, but nothing worth going out of your way for.
- Height: 15 feet
- Type: Horsetail
- Water Source: Dog River
- Swimming: Not allowed / not possible
Roxbury Falls Location
- Park: Northern side of the brook is public property and the southern side is private
- Street: Warren Mountain Road
- Town: Roxbury
- State: Vermont
- GPS: 44.105308, -72.750572
- Parking Notes: Parking is available on the side of Warren Mountain Road, just steps from the waterfall. Be sure to pull over completely on the side of the road. There are a few dirt areas for cars to use.
- Parking Directions: HERE
- Location Directions: HERE