GPS: 39.7489 x -96.6768
Naomi Pike Falls, also known as Alcove Spring Falls, are located on Alcove Spring park. There is a lot of history and tradition at this site with pioneers stopping along the Oregon Trail would stop at Alcove Spring before crossing the Independence Crossing. The area was named Alcove Spring in 1846 by those early pioneers as they carved the name into nearby rocks and trees. The waterfall is seasonal, and includes the actual spring flowing just below it.
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