Very fun and picturesque walk through a valley of green foliage. You will see multiple small falls with swimming holes to the right, and see moss and trees to the left, and throughout. This is a family friendly hike and the drive to get here is just as magical. There are lots of bridges that you will cross to get towards the end of the trail. This is a dog friendly hike as well. There are bathrooms located at the main entrance in the parking lot. Make sure you bring bug spray because there are tons of mosquitoes. There is no internet in this neck of the woods, so I would suggest navigating through AllTrails before you get there. We spent a couple hours here just taking in the views. This place was not crowded when we went, but we got there when there was only a couple hours left of daylight.
While the drive out takes a bit, this is one of our favorite small falls hike. It has a cool metal walkway along the lower section that isn't great for small dog feet so I have to carry my chihuahua over that section. Get in the water if you are dressed for it, the water is amazing!
Such a beautiful hike. Short and fits all family members. Total distance for us was less then 3 miles, we stopped at the last big fall and did not go all the way to the upper view point because we were told that you cannot see anything from there. Bring water shoes and a bathing suit and you can easily spend an entire day by the creek. Lots of dogs. Bathroom in the beginning of the trail is disgusting (sorry). Make sure you come before 11am for good parking spots.
Beautiful out and back trail. Not a strenuous hike. However you do need to have good footing due to the rocks and the tree trunks, not the smoothest trail. Lots of places to swim and get in the water. The water was chilly at first but was super refreshing and I didn't want to get out once I was in. Got in one of the pools with goggles to check it out and it was clear deep water. You could easily do this trail in 1 to 2 hours or you could spend three to four hours playing. Made it perfect for jumping off of rocks and just diving. On top of a great hike, it's an easy one and an easy drive to get there
Beautiful trail along many waterfalls and a crystal clear creek. The trail is well marked along the side of the river overlooking all the gorgeous scenery! Parking is limited so get there early.