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Root Beer Falls

Root Beer Falls
Wayne Premo

This is a very pretty spot and a nice double waterfall. With directions, access is easy. There is almost no walk.
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This waterfall is not on any map or named, but is known locally as Root Beer Falls. Take M-28 north from Wakefield. The first left (Wertanen Road) after County Road 519, goes downhill to Planters Creek. The waterfall can be seen to the left through the trees.

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Sunday Lake & Eddy Park. A pleasant swimming beach, mature shade trees, a boardwalk along Sunday Lake, a 3-mile lakeside trail is a local favorite destination within walking distance of town ... more

Root Beer Falls. This little-known spot with its pretty twin falls just northeast of Wakefield is just a short walk from the road ... more

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