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We were on a waterfall quest and this was one the prettiest falls we saw! It is located along Deep Creek. It is a .2 mile easy hike from parking lot. It was quite spectacular! You will not be disappointed!
Hike up a well beaten trail to the sign where it says no tubing beyond this point. Put you tube in the water and go. You get stuck on rocks flipped over and occasionally your tube will arrive downstream long before you do. The other...More
We did the three falls loop hike and it was a little over 4 miles all together. We had a 10 year old in our group, two young adults, and a 57 year old man. Nobody got exhausted or anything and it was a very...More
Super easy hike to this beautiful waterfall. Benches across the creek make a good place to stop and observe. Nearby Juney Whank Falls is also a good stop but a little more intense to get to. We didn’t have time to head up to Indian...More
The is a nice little waterfall that you can actually access. I came across it while tubing down the creek. There is a foot trail too which you can use. Great photo opportunities. This area can get crowded because of the tubing down the creek...More
After viewing Juney Whank Falls we hiked a short distance to this waterfall. It was so pretty they way it cascaded down. There were even benches to sit and enjoy the sound and sights. However, the best thing to do is hike up with an...More
Yes, there are signs and a map. At the parking lot, you will see a big signboard for the trailhead. The signboard includes a map and other helpful info about the 3 waterfalls and the trails that connect them. Along the... More
Yes, there are signs and a map. At the parking lot, you will see a big signboard for the trailhead. The signboard includes a map and other helpful info about the 3 waterfalls and the trails that connect them. Along the trails are arrow signs to point you where you want to go.