Warner Falls on Warner Creek

the little drop of Palmer

Beside Warner Falls
  • Down at Warner Falls from the road
  • Sign for the falls
  • Beside Warner Falls
  • Wide, fanning drop
  • Dead grass and small drops above the main falls

Visible from the main road in Palmer, Warner Falls is a sharp fanning drop over dark rocks that pours into a swampy creek. A few small upstream drops sit underneath the thick brush before the main, exposed waterfall.

Directions

Warner Falls is on the south side of Palmer, right along M-35 on a wide curve. A small blue sign marks them (and they are visible from the road). The bank is somewhat steep but not terribly hard to climb down for a closer view.

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