The links below are all to sites like this one: made by individual waterfall enthusiasts interested in sharing their experiences. In the interest of keeping this list manageable and relevant, I only link to sites that cover similar or nearby geographic regions as I do. There are many waterfall sites on the Internet and this is not intended to be a complete list. Check out the Waterfall Web Ring for a good listing of general waterfall related sites.
The list below is sorted in alphabetical order by the last name of the site's maintainer.
Jon Binder, who has contributed to this page in the past, has created a nice site featuring Waterfalls of the Eastern US (right now mostly New York and North Carolina with a few falls from some other states). His photographs are excellent.
Matt Conheady has a page featuring Upstate New York Waterfalls. His site is interesting because it has a strong community focus.
David Ellis has a nice page featuring the Waterfalls of Connecticut. His page includes both photographs and descriptions.
Scott Ensminger has a nice compilation of Waterfalls of Western New York State. His page contains information on waterfalls that anyone can visit, including photographs and other facts.
Robert Glaubitz has created an Eastern Waterfall Guide feature information on waterfalls in the eastern United States. His site contains pictures, descriptions, and directions. He also has some tips on finding and photographing waterfalls. It's a very good site.
Dean Goss has a page that largely overlaps the coverage area of my page: Waterfalls of the Northeastern United States. Dean and I have had numerous email conversations in past years and he has contributed several descriptions to this site.
Ruth's Waterfalls features the waterfalls of Rochester, New York and the Finger Lakes region of New York. It is a very nice page with many pictures, directions, and descriptions. I especially like the clickable map.
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