Many a camper has been to Rockbrook Falls, or at least to the bridge at the bottom of it. There is, however, a larger portion of the falls that can be seen if you are one for adventure. To get there, you have to scramble, climb over rocks, and maybe even get a little wet, but the 60+ foot falls is worth it! Many years ago, water was diverted from its creek through camp, providing a stream to play in and also water for the lake.
There is also a smaller waterfall, Stick Biscuit Falls, located above the upper camp fire circle. You can even climb behind it! This stream runs underneath the dining hall, and through camp.
Rockbrook has many special places that campers have continually rediscovered every summer. Even campers that have been here for a long time still can find a new spot that leaves them awed. There’s no picture here – you’ll just have to discover them for yourself!