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    by Basaic Written Dec 26, 2014

    The Cataract Falls Covered Bridge was completed in 1876 and is a Smith Type 3 Truss style bridge 140 feet in length. It was used for vehicular traffic from 1876 until 1988 and thereafter has been a foot bridge. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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    by Basaic Written Dec 26, 2014

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    Cataract Falls is a set of two waterfalls with a series of drops for a total of about 45 feet (Upper Falls) and 30 feet (Lower Falls). The main parts of the falls are 20 foot falls (upper) and 18 foot falls (lower). Cataract Falls has the largest volume of water flowing down it of any falls in the state of Indiana. There is a state park here with a nice picnic area, hiking trails and a small play area for the kids. There is a booth for collecting entrance fees but it is rarely occupied so you put your money in an unmanned station nearby. Hours are sunrise to sunset.

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