Are you a waterfall chaser? Well the USA has some pretty amazing waterfalls from the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest to the dry deserts of Arizona. With such a range on offer from tall, short, double, wide and rainbow filled, it’s difficult to narrow down a list of the best waterfalls in the US.

The Upper & Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

The Upper and Lower Waterfalls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is a sight to behold. The Yellowstone River runs through the Yellowstone, plunging 109 feet at the Upper Falls and then another 308 feet at the spectacular Lower Falls down into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Multnomah Falls, Oregon

At 620 ft. high, Multnomah Falls is Oregon’s top tourist attraction. It’s the second tallest year-round waterfall in the USA, and the most-visited natural recreation site in the Pacific Northwest! 

Sahalie Falls, Oregon

Sahalie Falls is a mass of foaming white water plunging 100 feet (30 m) over a natural lava dam. It’s spectacular enough that it’s featured in Disney’s movie “Homeward Bound”. 

Tokatee Falls, Oregon

Toketee Falls had a lush, tropical beauty that reminded me of Hawaii. It’s one of the best waterfalls I saw in Oregon. It’s an easy 0.6 mile trail to the lookout point to see this two-tiered waterfall thundering into the pools below. 

Anna Ruby Falls, Georgia

Anna Ruby Falls is a double waterfall. At 150 feet above, the Curtis and York Creek (which starts high on Tray Mountain on the Appalachian Trail,) come thundering down the cliff face and merge together at the bottom to form Smith Creek (which runs through Unicoi). 

Amicalola Falls, Georgia

Amicalola means “Tumbling Waters” in Cherokee which is exactly what your senses will experience at Amicalola Falls in the Amicalola Falls State Park in the North Georgia Mountains.