Desoto State Park Lost Falls & Cascade Falls

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Dogs Allowed

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The Lost Falls and Cascade Falls waterfall is the hardest to find in DeSoto State Park, mostly because when no water is flowing, it is truly lost! The best time to see this small 5 foot waterfall is in the Spring or Winter seasons. Lost Falls is located about 1.5 miles from DeSoto’s Country Store and terrain can be moderate to mildly strenuous.

Located on Lookout Mountain, DeSoto State Park has over 25 miles of hiking trails, including 11 + miles of mountain bike trails. Most interconnect with each other, while others take you into more remote areas. DSP’s trail system boasts interesting rock formations, small seasonal waterfalls, a variety of diverse plant communities, plentiful animal life, and beautiful views of the West Fork of Little River, which flows downstream into interconnecting Little River Canyon.  Terrain on the trails can vary from ‘easy’ to strenuous.


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Desoto State Park Lost Falls & Cascade Falls | Trail length: 3.2 miles | Latitude: 34.500885 | Longitude: -85.618627 | Nearest Cities: Fort Payne


Activities Available: Hiking | Walking
Amenities Available: Dogs Allowed

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