Falling Waters State Park (Chipley) - Florida's most impressive natural waterfall rushes over 70 feet down a massive sinkhole. The flow of the waterfall depends heavily on the amount of recent rainfall, so visitors should call ahead if they would be disappointed by a dry day.
Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Tip: For a full day trip, you can combine a visit to Falling Waters with a tour of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, which is about a half hour away.
"Seacrest Wolf Preserve" in Chipley, Florida: photo of owners Cynthia & Wayne (most giving people, honor to meet them): created a wolf preservation with DONATIONS & teach wolves r GOOD like dogs. Teachers Lou & Bertha & I took students on field trips: held wolves, HOWLED with wolves! Please support them: for a fee, visitors mingle with a pack & help keep them from being extinct. U'll love it! Go Facebook seacrestwolfpreserve.org - caption by Mari Parrilla
10 Places In Florida You Won't Find In A Travel Guide
1. Seacrest Wolf Preserve, Chipley. The big-hearted folks at Seacrest Wolf Preserve in Chipley started this non-profit to raise public awareness of the perils these magnificent creatures face by being removed from federal protection. (3449 Bonnett Pond Rd, Chipley, FL 32428)