It is either called Stepping Stone or Stepstone falls depending on where you come across its name. Google it and it comes up Stepstone Falls. To get there take Ten Rod Road/route 165 from Nooseneck Hill Road/route 3. Stay on Route 165 for several miles till you see the sign that says “Stepping Stone Falls”, the other name, on your right. Turn onto Escoheag Hill Road. Stay on Escoheag Hill Road for 3 or so miles passing Stepping Stone Ranch on your right. After a few more miles take a right on a dirt road named Falls River Road. Drive slowly as the road has several bumps and ditches that with keep you alert. It is a much easier drive with a truck or SUV yet cars regularly use it. When you get to the small bridge you have arrived. There is parking on the right before the bridge and on the left after the bridge. Step Stone path starts at the parking area before the bridge. Although not marked by signs the path is so well traveled you cannot go wrong. I recommend wearing hiking boots as the path, although not difficult, will have you climbing granite stones which I surmise remain from an old granite quarry. If you like to take photos plan visit during the fall as the colors wonderful. In addition plan your visit after a rain storm as the water level for the falls increases and diminishes significantly after a prolong dry spell. Bringing a tripod is recommended however hand holding your camera or cell phone will give you images you will most likely want to keep and share. I am attaching a few images from my most recent visit, first weekend in October.