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Ferne Cliffe State Park

An intermittent,seasonal stream spills over Burden Falls in a picturesque series of waterfalls with a total

drop of about 100 feet and the greatest single drop a distance of around 20 feet. The Wilderness shares a boundary with Bay Creek Wilderness to the south, and both exemplify the scenic characteristics of the Shawnee Hills: sandstone ledges, bluffs and cliffs on which grow red cedar, farkleberry and blackjack oak. At the bottom of the bluffs, you will find greater soil depth supporting post oak and, as you move away from the cliffs, even deeper soil where white oak grow. Read more:http://www.illinoisozarks.com/natural-wonders/
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