Fall Is The Perfect Time For This Northeast Iowa Waterfall Road Trip
With the beautiful fall colors on their way, see all 8 Northeast Iowa waterfalls on this road trip.
Some of the best scenery in Northeast Iowa can be seen in this eight and half hour ride that’s just over 400 miles. The fall will be the perfect time to take advantage of the scenic tour but do it before it’s too late. Here is the Google Map for your route. Here is what you will see.
Dunning’s Spring Falls in Decorah.
Siewers Spring Falls in in Decorah.
Malanaphy Falls in Winneshiek County not far from Bluffton.
Beulah Spring Falls in Clayton County not far from Spook Cave in McGregor.
Bridal Veil Falls in McGregor in Pikes Peak State Park.
Macbride Falls near Solon.
Union Grove Lake Waterfall in between Waterloo and Marshalltown.
Willow Creek Waterfall in Mason City. (This waterfall is on private property, but you can see it from the bridge on East State Street.)
Northeast Iowa has other waterfalls that are worth mentioning. Beads Lake in Hampton has a waterfall that is the result of a dam. Iowa Falls as well as Marble Rock in Mitchell and East of Mason City is the Shell Rock River Falls at Nora Springs.