On the same river as the well known and visited Lepreau Falls, lie Little Falls, a wide series of ledges that fall into a large pool beyond tight opening in the woods. The Lepreau river widens after Little Falls, on the way to the larger fall. A short hike will lead you to a expansive swimming area.
To get there , head to Highway 1 between Lepreau and Saint John. At about 300-400 metres west of the bridge over the Lepreau River (mile marker 83), park after the guardrail. The trail is best reached on the south side of the highway –so it is best park on the south side. From the highway, there is a small gully with drainage and a gate in the moose fencing. In going through the gate, follow the trail to the water about 100 metres and within sight of the fencing.