This is a small but powerful 14 foot waterfall on the Cispus River just downstream of the Adams Fork campground. The falls are not visible from the road and aren't well known outside the kayaking community as a result. Those wishing to paddle the river will likely be more interested with this waterfall than anyone else, there are better waterfalls for waterfall people nearby.
- Whitewater Falls is the name of this waterfall.
This waterfall is not known to have been named, but considering Gail Falls, a mile or so upstream, was named at one point, I'd be surprised if this waterfall didn't recieve similar attention. For the time being, I've named it for its tumultuous character and the fact that its the first waterfall that kayakers encounter along this section of the Cispus.
Whitewater Falls is located near Adams Fork Campground along FR 21. Approximately 9 1/2 miles south of the junction of FR 28 and 23 the road splits, FR 21 veering left and uphill. Follow Road 21 for 4 1/2 miles to Road 5601, signed for the Adams Fork Campground. Follow Road 5601 for 1/4 mile and park on the far side of the bridge over the Cispus River. Find the trail leading downstream to the river. The last 200 feet to the falls is along the rivers bank and across the rocks adjacent to the falls. Be careful on the bare rock, a fall into the river would most likely end up with a drowning.