by Ben Rogers
Rattlesnake Falls is a little difficult to find. Less than a mile north of where Hwy 41 and State Rd 20 meet, the turn-off is on the east side of the road and looks like a private gravel driveway. The land is private with no trespassing signs though the owners have them posted for liability purposes. You follow the trail which will come to the top of the waterfall. To get to the bottom, you must cross the stream and climb down just beside the waterfall.
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