This three-tier waterfall is the product of differential erosion of the Neidong River bed. The middle tier is the largest of the three, dropping 19 meters in a thunderous plunge to the pool below. Leshuei Bridge and the viewing pavilion by the trail are the best locations at which to enjoy this impressive sight. The lower tier is the smallest, descending just three meters. While it lacks the power of the tiers above it, it is still a beautiful sight, especially when viewed from the Leshuei Bridge stretching across the Neidong River. The uppermost fall pours down from a height of about 13 meters. Of the three falls, it is the only one at which visitors can stay nearby and enjoy the refreshing splash of the water. The heanion-charged air at Neidong Waterfall is considered the best in Taiwan. The forest, river, and boulders are also home to a number of birds, frogs, butterflies and other creatures, making Neidong an excellent area to learn about the ecology of northern Taiwan.
Wusha River Waterfall
This waterfall cascades down from a fault terrain at the confluence of the Wusha River, after which it is named, and the Nanshih River. Although Wusha is not the most impressive of Neidong's various waterfalls, its proximity to the recreation area entrance. makes it the most accessible.
Forest Bath Trail
Due to its northeast climate, Neidong is largely spared from winter droughts, enabling its forests to grow lushly throughout the year. Consequently, the recreation area is an ideal place to bathe and enjoy uplifting scents beneath the forest canopy. The 2.2-kilometer Forest Bath Trail is a good route for enjoying this experience because it winds through woods of Camphor, Banyan and other broadleaf species. The trail ends at Neidong Forest Road, so visitors must return by the same route from which they came.