Rapp Run Falls is a nearly-roadside waterfall in Clarion County, Pennsylvania.
Located just 80 yards off of Bigley Road on State Game Lands 72, Rapp Run Falls is a scenic spot just minutes from downtown Clarion.
How to Find Rapp Run Falls in Clarion County
The parking area for Rapp Run Falls can be found at GPS coordinates 41.23609, -79.38505.
Park at the pulloff along Bigley Road at those coordinates, and follow an unblazed but obvious trail downhill towards Rapp Run Falls.
Rapp Run Falls is approximately 10 feet tall and twice as wide.
There are additional small waterfalls upstream from Rapp Run Falls, the tallest one pictured below.
Conversely, if you follow Rapp Run downstream it eventually spills into Toby Creek.
Overall, Rapp Run Falls is a super-easy to get to waterfall just minutes from Clarion, and as such is a popular spot with locals and students from the University.
If you are passing through the area, it’s definitely worth a quick pit-stop to see Rapp Run Falls!
Brady’s Bend Overlook in Clarion County is one of the finest roadside vistas in Pennsylvania!
Logan Falls in neighboring Forest County is another easy waterfall hike.
Logan Falls can be found in the Allegheny National Forest near Marienville, PA.
Right next to Freedom Falls is Rockland Furnace, an iron furnace built in 1832.
Downstream from Freedom Falls and Rockland Furnace is Rockland Tunnel along the Allegheny River Rail Trail.
You can hike or bike all the way through this 2,868 foot long tunnel.
Beartown Rocks in Jefferson County features an exceptional scenic overlook perched high atop a “rock city” dating back to the last Ice Age!
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