There are multiple views of the approximately 130 ft high Dingmans Falls. You can reach the Falls viewing platform after traversing a 1/2 mile boardwalk. While walking along the boardwalk and only a 100 yards from the beginning, you will get a view of the aptly named Silver Thread Falls. When you arrive at the base of Dingmans Falls, you will have the option of climbing a series of stairs to get a view from the top. This is my favorite perspective. The walk up the stairs can be a bit strenuous but well worth it!!
The boardwalk to the falls is within a beautiful Hemlock ravine with loads of rhododendrons which appropriately bloom around the Fourth of July. Looking up from the ravine you'll see Mountain Laurels.
There is a National Park Service visitors center there and staffed by knowledgeable rangers. The area can get quite busy on weekends. Go early or during the week to beat the crowds. The parking lot is small so you may find yourself waiting to park. The largest amount of water volume that tumbles down the falls is 24 hours after a significant rain.