Nannie Creek Falls occurs where its namesake creek intersects the upper end of the Cispus River Canyon and veils 11 feet directly into the river. The falls are not noteworthy other than the fact that it drops directly into the river over a broad expanse. Since accessing the falls requires a trail-less traverse of over a mile, I suggest this be left to only the seasoned bushwhackers.
- Nannie Creek Falls is the name of this waterfall.
Nannie Creek Falls is located at the mouth of Nannie Creek where it intersects the Cispus River. The falls can be accessed by following animal trails upstream along the rim of the Cispus Canyon from Walupt Creek Falls for about 1/2 mile (see Walupt Creek Falls for driving directions). The falls are easily viewed from the rim of the canyon but scrambling to a view from below should be possible (though fording either the Cispus or Nannie Creek may be necessary).