Timonium Falls is perhaps the best of the multitude of small waterfalls along the various tributaries of the North Fork of the Cispus River. The falls, fed by an unnamed stream, crash about 75 feet almost directly onto Timonium Creek Road. The stream feeding the falls has a small drainage area and while it certainly won't flow with a lot of punch for most of the year, it does maintain decent power in the spring. I'm assuming it is a seasonal stream, but it could just as likely retain a minimal flow late into the summer (not that it would be worth seeing under such conditions). In the early half of the year, this is well worth the rough road.
- Timonium Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
Starting out in the town of Randle, follow SR 131 south and left at the junction (towards Trout Lake). Turn left onto North Fork Cispus Road # 22 after traveling for 11 1/2 miles from Randle. Follow FR 22 to the end of the pavement (6 miles), where it becomes FR 2208. Proceed just over 2 1/2 miles further, then stay straight where Road 22 heads left across the river. Road 2208 becomes much brushier at this point, but is still drivable. The falls are found just over a mile further.