Tacky Falls is a towering majesty hidden in the forests of Islington with no marked trails to find it. However, don’t despair! Many Islington residents are happy to accommodate tourists and serve as very capable guides. The waterfall is named for Tacky, the slave who inspired and led a series of Island wide rebellions against British enslavement in 1760, since his men were found dead in a cave near the waterfall after defeat, choosing to commit suicide rather than return to slavery. It is said that only eroded rocks mark the waterfall’s course today but for those who have succeeded in finding this beauty, we’ll say it was worth it.