There are actually two areas here, the Lower Falls and the Upper Falls. The Lower Falls are a series of smaller waterfalls coming down on either side of an Island.
The two falls shown here are on the east side of the Island.
Rowboats were available for rental to take out to the Island where there is a boardwalk that goes around the Island and affords different views of the falls. As much as I would have liked to, I'm not very adept at rowing a boat so didn't attempt this little excursion. The falls in the background are the same ones in the first picture.
This is the last of a series of three smaller falls that are on the west side of the Island. A boardwalk leads you along the river to several viewing platforms.
An interesting sign along the way - Prayer of the Woods.
Another sign – showing the layout of the river and island and warning of the dangers of the falls.
From one of the viewing platforms, looking back at where the first few pictures were taken.
Fast flowing water. The brown color is caused from tannin brought in from the streams that flow into the river.
The uppermost of the Lower Falls. Visitors to the Island wade out into the river.
And finally, a closeup of the flowing waters.