Falls at Guilford Mill
North Carolina has hundreds of waterfalls throughout the state, only about half of them are named, and a good many of them don't even exist unless there has been a lot of rain recently. The waterfall featured here is unnamed as far as I'm aware and appears to be manmade. I believe it serves as a dam for the Old Mill of Guilford which is located across the street. For most of the year this has a steady flow of water, but nothing all that spectacular. However, after a heavy rain it comes alive and really takes on a different character...one that is worth including in this directory.
The waterfall is located on NC 68 in Guilford County, just north of Greensboro, NC. It is on the West side of the road, and is on private property. You can view it from the roadway, and there is no hike needed. There is not much here for the photographer due to a lot of ground vegetation and trees which obstruct the view. For those that wish to get closer, you will be trespassing, and I'm not so sure that you will be able to safely get closer anyway. The brush is quite thick, and footing is very unstable.
Even though this is not all that great of a waterfall for photography purposes, it is nice to see as you are driving down the road. It also makes for an interesting stop when you are visiting the mill across the street. It is the water from this waterfall that powers the wheel for this still functioning grist mill.