The upper most waterfall along the Sweet Creek Falls trail complex, Beaver Creek Falls spills over a 20 ft (6 m) ledge and splits into two streams intermingling half way down. It is bypassed by the Sweet Creek Falls trail and therefore it is one of the less crowded waterfall hikes. This easy 1.3 mile (2.1 km) out and back trail is family-friendly and offers views of Beaver Creek along the way to the falls.
The trailhead is located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) past the Sweet Creek Falls trailhead and is further along Sweet Creek Road. There is a parking lot located directly over the bridge by the trailhead. There are no facilities at the trailhead but there are restrooms at the Sweet Creek Falls trailhead located nearby. Hikers are able to extend their hike by combining this trail with the Wagon Road Trail. The Wagon Road trailhead is located directly across from the Beaver Creek parking lot.