Radcliffe Falls

Radcliffe Falls are east of the Saint John area and found in Baxter’s Corner. Showing off the dark rock of the river, the falls tumble in an ‘S’ down the brook, making it a fairly large and beautiful falls area.

Differing perspectives of the falls can be viewed from three locations: above the falls, from a perch on a rocky outcrop across the brook or below the steep ledges overlooking the falls — requiring 2 crossings of the brook. There is a pool for swimming as well.

To get there, drive to Baxters Corner on route 825. At the intersection with the Upper Quaco Road, follow this road until the Y with Quaco Road. A five minute walk on an atv trail on the north side of the road by the Y will lead you to the falls.

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