When looking at DAR Shoals via satellite, another water feature can be seen about 200 yards downstream from the shoals. When the river exits the shoals, it hits the rock bluff at its base and makes a wide, sweeping turn. As the river completes the loop, we find this water feature is a nice 6 foot tall waterfall with a large, deep base pool and a decent sized sand beach.
The jeep trail leading to the falls is indicative that it is popular with the locals; however, the falls are not referenced or named anywhere. So this writer has named it DAR Falls given its proximity to DAR Shoals.
From the intersection of SC 11 and SC 183 just outside Walhalla, take SC 11 north for 5.1 miles. Turn right onto Baumgardner Road and go about 1 mile to the bridge crossing Flat Shoals River at DAR Shoals. Cross the bridge and go about 100 yards to a pull off on the right. There will be a metal barricade blocking an old jeep trail.
Take the trail around the barricade, into an open area, then by a stand of pine trees. Just past the pine trees, there is a fork in the trail. Take the right fork as it starts downhill and follow it down to the river and DAR Falls. It is pretty much an unobstructed steep tier waterfall reaching across the entire river. A large boulder sits at the bottom of the tier, about 2/3 of the way across.