Great Conglomerate Falls is a large, well-marked waterfall that splits over a conglomerate rock formation. It's less than a mile hike from a nearby Scenic Byway parking lot.
Potawatomi Falls, a 30-foot cascading waterfall, is considered my many to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the Black River. It's well-marked and has a restroom, nearby. The trail to Potawatomi Falls is only an eighth of a mile long, making access to the falls very easy.
Gorge Falls is accessible from the same parking lot as Potawatomi Falls, and is also about an eighth a mile from the lot. Gorge Falls runs through a narrow passage in the rock and drops about 34 feet into a large pool of water.
The next waterfall is Sandstone Falls. Although it's only a 15-foot drop, you can climb right next to it from the adjacent river banks. It has a unique appearance caused by a variety or rock slabs. It can be accessed via a well-marked quarter-mile trail.
Rainbow Falls, the last of the waterfalls along the Black River, is also the largest of the falls. With a 30-foot drop, it offers a spectacular scene that can be viewed from both sides of the river. A half-mile trail, with many stairs, leads to the falls.