Pine Island Double Falls

Pine Island Double Falls are two plunge waterfalls located along Pine Island Creek within the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky. The falls, 20 feet in height and 50 feet in height, are located within a steep, narrow gorge lined with tall cliffs and lush vegetation.


There are two trails that provide access to Pine Island Double Falls.

Double Falls Hiking Trail

Double Falls Hiking Trail is a 1.3-mile in-and-out moderately strenuous trail from Forest Road 4117. There are steep and muddy sections of the trail, along with several stream crossings.

Pine Island Double Falls Loop (Unofficial)

The Pine Island Double Falls Loop trail is an unofficial 1-mile loop trail that begins from Forest Road 119B. It can be difficult to locate the trailhead and the trail is not blazed.

Pine Island Double Falls

Pine Island Double Falls is a 41-foot plunge waterfall along Pine Island Creek.

Pine Island Slide

Pine Island Slide is an 8-foot slide waterfall above Pine Island Double Falls along Pine Island Creek.

From London, follow KY Route 192 west for 5.7 miles. Just past the junction for KY Route 552, turn right onto Line Creek Road (Forest Road 56). Follow west for 4.7 miles. Turn left onto Carson Ridge (Forest Road 119) and follow for 2 miles. Turn onto Dog Ridge Road (Forest Road 457) and then onto Forest Road 4117 for a half mile. The trailhead will be on the left.


Pine Island Double Falls Weather

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