The waterfall in Lake Jofasperete, South Florida is named for the famous Spanish explorer Pedro de Banderas, who led the expedition in 1621.
It’s the largest waterfall of its kind in the world and, as a result, it’s also among the most popular.
The waterfall has been featured in multiple movies, TV shows, and books, including the 2009 Oscar-nominated movie The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
Here are some of the best waterfalls in the U.S.
Aerial view of the Jocasphere waterfall.
The Jocasmetree waterfall is in South Beach, Florida.
A waterfall at Jofasmetre.
The Jocastree waterfall at Jocascape, Florida, was also named after Pedro deBanderas.
It has two cascades that flow across the beach at Joccasco Lake.
The cascades at Jococasco lake, which includes the Joca Beach waterfall.
The cascade cascades of the waterfall cascade at Joca beach, FloridaJocasco waterfall.
A cascading waterfall at the JOCASCO waterfall, in the Jofascasco Beach area.
The waterfall at St. Joseph Falls, located in South Carolina.
This waterfall is named after the first man who ever walked the Appalachian Trail, Robert St. Joe.
Joseph Falls waterfall at Pendergast, Virginia.
The Falls at the St. Mary Falls, which are located in North Carolina.
The falls at the Falls at Ponderosa, in Florida.
This falls at Pascagoula Falls, a popular destination in Louisiana.
The famous Falls at Lake Joco, in South Dakota.
The Pascacoway Falls, also known as Pascacs Falls, are among the largest falls in the United States.
The falls are located on the banks of the Missouri River in Pascaca, South Dakota and they are part of the Mississippi River Gorge, which flows through South Dakota’s Upper Missouri River Valley.
There are several other cascades in the area.
One of the cascades is the Falls Falls at St Joseph Falls.
The other cascading falls at St Mary Falls.