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Meyers and Bull Falls
Located on the Pine River. Lands surrounding these adjacent falls are in Private Forest Management programs & are open to ppublic use. Assess to them my be difficult during logging operations. The roads may have heavy truck traffic at anytime. Travel is difficult during the spring thaw and in wet periods. Roads are privately maintained so turnoffs, forks, trails & intersections are unmarked; the use of the distances on the maps available at The Wild Rivers Interpretive Center is encouraged and necessary.
Both Meyers and Bull Falls may be reached from either the north or south side of the Pine River. Access from the north is entirely across private forest lands. Access from the south is gained from Norway Pine Ln, Maple Rd and then on similar private fores