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Sept 2019 Update: Eastatoe Falls is closed now due to new ownership.

Eastatoe Falls is a beautiful 60-foot cascade on private property, practically in someone's back yard. It's located near the small town of Rosman, about halfway between Brevard and Cashiers off scenic US Highway 64. Previous owners allowed visitors until they sold the property in 2019. Perhaps it will reopen one day.

"Eastatoe" was the local Cherokee word for the Carolina Parakeet, and was the name of a local tribe of Cherokee.

Located 12 miles west of downtown Brevard, it's a few miles south of US Highway 64.

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