Minne Miller Falls is said to be the last completely natural of the multitude of waterfalls that encompass the Thousand Springs formation along the edge of the Hagerman Plateau. The falls are visible from the highway across the Snake River, but are almost half of a mile distant thanks to the expanse of the river. Postcards of the falls taken in the early 20th century suggest that the volume of water flowing down Minne Miller Falls has decreased over the years, likely due to the siphoning off all of the main part of Thousand Springs, found just south of Minne Miller Falls.
- Minne Miller Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
Most individual sections of the Thousand Springs formation have been named for well over a hundred years, with Minne Miller Falls apparently being one of the first to be named.