Pearson’s Falls is located in the foothills of Western North Carolina off Hwy. 176 between Tryon and Saluda. This wildlife and bird sanctuary is comprised of 268 acres of native forest, granite, spring-fed streams and a moderate 1/4 mile trail to a 90 ft. waterfall. There are over 200 species of rare wildflowers and plants. There are also mosses, lichens, shrubs and trees in this Glen, which is classified as a deciduous climax forest.
Pearson's Falls is owned and maintained by The Tryon Garden Club. The Tryon Garden Club is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Contributions are appreciated and are tax deductible.
Mission and Purpose
The Mission of the Tryon Garden Club is to foster awareness and appreciation of the natural world. It accomplishes its mission by:
- Preserving, protecting and treasuring Pearson Falls
- Contributing to the beautification of Tryon
- Educating members and the community
- Collaborating with others