I'll be blunt, this is a fantastic waterfall in one of the worst places to visit, ever. A long time ago someone thought flooding mountain valleys to make hydroelectric power was a good idea. More likely, someone thought it was a great way to have investors pay for their vacation homes by lakes in the mountains. Since then all of the property has become ruthless real estate investment property, meaning weekend and week rentals. The houses are built right on top of each other and you can't see the lake from the road because the super tacky boathouses block out everything.
Nestled in this bourgeois hell is Minnehaha Falls, which the residents of this suburb by a lake mistakenly label Minihaha. Frankly I hope my outrageously passionate Native American Studies professor finds this more offensive that the name of the Washington Redskins. Catch it in the winter is what I say because as you can see from the pictures Minnehaha is one hell of a waterfall that is PACKED with leafers.