Lewis Falls

This 30-foot waterfall is right by the roadside as you go to or from the South Gate.

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Lewis Falls

Lewis Falls in the fall time

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  • Type: Cascade
  • Height: 30 Feet
  • Stream: Lewis River
  • Name, origin: Named for the river it is on by the 1927 – 1928 park place names committee.1
  • Fun Facts: Lewis Falls is on the south exit road right by the west side of the road. Lewis Falls is near the southern edge of the caldera.
  • Location: 9.6 miles from the southern exit.

Lewis Falls

Navigate to: Introduction to Falls, Types of Falls or Waterfall Map

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Navigate to: Kepler Cascades or Little Gibbon Falls

1Whittlesey, L. H. (2006). Yellowstone Place Names. Gardiner, MT: Wonderland Publishing Company. Page 102.

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