Wolf Creek tumbles down near the trailhead to the Kaymoor Trail off of Fayette Station Road.  It's a popular spot, but not all the falls are particularly evident unless you look for them.  From the parking space, which is very limited, there is a steel foot bridge which begins the Kaymoor Trail and crosses the creek.  It's on your left and will take you to the trail side Kaymoor Falls in a very short walk.

Up stream from that foot bridge and more to the right, is this little gem, which can be very pretty.  Look for a slight trail up the right side of the creek before you cross the creek and behind the trailhead sign.  I have seen two copperheads here, so be careful, not only when rock hopping, because it is dangerous here, but also where you step.

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I am not sure if there is any way to go further up stream from here.  It was not evident to me and  I was not in a bushwhacking state of mind, especially not knowing if there was anything up there.

Across the steel bridge, you will find Kaymoor Trail Falls.  It's just a short walk up the trail after you cross the bridge and just on the side of the trail.

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Below the steel foot bridge, you need to walk back down the road a bit and then scramble down into the creek to see this fall.  It is visible from the side of the road, and you can tell there is something there from the bridge. A nice little waterfall of about 15 feet.  It's worth the trip down.  Kind of steep and tight in spots, but doable.  I will definitely be doing this one again.

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