With a trailhead located only 10 minutes away from Tiger Boulevard in Clemson, this falls is definitely worth visiting. This falls offers a tall, 50 ft multi- tiered cascade, making Waldrop Stone of the tallest falls in the Clemson area. The trail is easily accessible and only a .5 mile hike to the falls. More info here.
The short trail for Todd Creek Falls, also located 10 minutes away from Tiger Blvd in Clemson, actually leads you to 2 jaw dropping beauties. This 20 ft falls flows into the a natural swimming hole, perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day. Continue down the trail and you’ll find a historic dam, constructed so beautifully that you feel like you’ve discovered a lost wonder of the world in a far-away jungle. More info here.
Of all of the hidden gems of the Clemson area, you could say that The Falls at Todd Creek Tributary is the best kept secret of them all. The trailhead for The Falls at Todd Creek Tributary is located on the same road as Todd Creek Falls, also about 10 minutes from Clemson. This short .3 mile trail to the falls will take you to a beautiful 40 ft cascading falls that flows into a perfect little swimming hole. More info here.
All of these Close to Clemson Falls are located within the Todd Creek area of the Clemson Experimental Forest.
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