Trap Rock River Falls on Trap Rock River

shore cement dam on a sluggish little river

Wide river and small dam
  • Wide river and small dam
  • An old park, now private
  • The wide bridge over Trap Rock River

Trap Rock River Falls is little more than an old dam near an abandoned township park. The short cement dam creates a uniform drop over the wide river with the exception of a slot cut in the middle, forming a small chute of water.

Directions

Turn down Bootjack Road on the north side of Lake Linden, driving .6 miles before turning left onto Trap Rock Road. Follow this for 4.7 miles up the valley. Turn right at Township Road for .4 miles, parking on the bridge. Falls are visible just upstream of the road.

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