This 30-foot cascade, also known as Burson's Falls, is in a secluded cove but is easily reached with a 300 yard hike down a gravel road. The Reedy Branch flows over part of a 100-foot wide rock ledge before emptying into the Chattooga River. There is an open area at the base of the falls that can be used for picnicking. At the trailhead the stone columns and iron gate makes you think its private property. However, it is public land as the U.S. Forest Service stake inside the gate indicates. The land was in the process of being developed for homesites when the Forest Service acquired it.