If you were to visit only one swimming hole in Vermont, make sure you visit Warren Falls. With its multiple waterfalls, deep pools, natural waterslide, and remarkable rock formation, Warren Falls is the blueprint for all other swimming holes. Period. – David Hajdasz, Take the Plunge: An Explorers Guide to swimming holes of Vermont
“10 Best Swimming Holes in New England” – Yankee Magazine
A natural waterpark, the Warren Falls is fun for all ages. With pools of crystal clear water ranging in depth from 1 to 10 feet, the Falls are a local summertime tradition that no one should miss. Prehistoric boulders serve as diving platforms at heights for everyone to enjoy.
From the intersection of Route 100 and Route 17 travel south on Route 100 for approximately 8 miles. Parking lot is on the right side of Route 100. Follow the path down to the base of the falls.