This certainly wouldn't be my choice of things to do, but there were several kayakers at the falls when we were there. We enjoyed watching them for a few minutes. I held my breath every time one of them paddled into the falls - I was so afraid one of them was going to drown!
As we continued with our hike, we could hear water running, and we realized that the real falls were still to be viewed. When we reached the falls, as I have already stated, they were not of the 200 foot variety, but they were nevertheless quite picturesque.
There are a lot of flat rocks along the shore that you can walk out on, to get closer to the falls. I would imagine in the spring the water is rushing over these rocks as well.
As we were hiking from the bridge to the falls, we came across a small set of waterfalls, and we thought that was "the" falls. We were a little disappointed, and said "We walked here to see that?" haha. Little did we know that the "real" falls were just a little further along.