Beulah Falls

In the 1800’s a terrible storm ripped through Beulah making it into a ghost town. Many people had their homes washed away by the floods and rushing water tore down railroad bridges. What is left of Beulah from that terrible storm is the namesake waterfall found in the campground. Our beautiful Beulah waterfall sits inside Spook Cave Campground along the Bloody Run Trout Stream among the campsites.

Visitor Information

  • Beulah Waterfall is free to visit.
  • Open May-October.
  • You may hike the bluff above the waterfall.
  • You make take pictures on the waterfall.
  • You may also want to take a Spook Cave Tour, visit our store, or try your hand at mining!
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