This tributary of Matthews Creek gets its name from the illegal activity carried on at the falls. Old moonshining barrels remain in a cave behind the upper section. This waterfall plunges like a veil 40 feet over a dark granite cliff, strikes a ledge, turns 90 degrees and plunges into a pool. A great view is from behind the upper section of the falls.
The 3-mile hike to the falls begins at Asbury Hills Camp. The trail is open to the public but when camp is in session (June 1 through the first week of August) the trail can be crowded with campers.