This is a great little falls along Richland Creek. It stands about 8 foot tall -- but the glory of it is that it runs about 100 feet across. During lower water, it breaks into a series of smaller falls that span the creek bed.
Richland Creek (which is very large) has become a popular destination for kayakers during high water (pictures of kayakers going over the falls are easy to find) and looks fabulous during high water. But even during lower water, there is still plenty to enjoy and it still makes for a great swimming hole on warm spring and summer days.
The trail head isn't necessarily easy to get to, nor are the trails easy to follow, but this area has a lot of great areas to explore -- so if you get some time, take your time and explore a bit and for sure enjoy the crisp clean water for a nice swim.
For information about getting to the trail, read about the hike here.