Submit a Waterfall
Photo Courtesy of and © Wendi J Merritt
Confirmation: Submitted Photograph, Book
County: Winston/Lawrence border in Lawrence
General Location: Sipsey Wilderness
Lat/Long: 34.30833 -87.50278
Google Map Link: map
Topographical Map Link: none
Description/Notes: The most easily visited (it is feet from the road) falls in the Sipsey Wilderness and a popular swimming hole, Kinlock Falls is a heavily slanted cascade type waterfall. Located near the county line on Hubbard Creek. From Double Springs, instead of turning onto Cranal Road, turn to the left onto Winston CR-3434/FR 210, and follow it until the pavement ends, and after a sharp curve you come to a bridge with narrow gravel parking holes. You can't miss it, and people are usually parked here. CR-3434 technically ends at the county line, but the road continues under two different labels before the falls. I suggest using the Carto-o-craft map or a GPS if you are directionally impaired.
Unless otherwise noted all images © Joshua Szulecki.