Usually little more than a seasonal spray, this tiny blocky drop is an easy side destination for visitors to Mount Arvon. In fact, it's one of the few known drops coming down a flank of Arvon, even though the creek is just an unnamed tributary to Ravine River. The water sprays and pours down a blocky outcropping in the woods, mere yards from the road, forming a nice little scene (as long as its flowing).
Head down Roland Lake Road from Skanee Road, continuing on when it changes it's name to Ravine River Road, driving south for 6.9 miles. Keep left at the fork for another .6 miles. The little waterfall will be on the right side of the road.