The hike is short and rather unremarkable, however it's still worth the trip for the bridge alone. It's stunning! The trail also has a beautiful rock shelter. I hiked this park in the fall and imagine it would be most spectacular in the spring when the trail's stream and waterfall is running.
We were visiting the area and wanted to find a fun, adventurous hike to take the kids on. We have four children 13, 9, 8, and 6. This one didn't have any reviews or pictures, but decided it was close and found some information on a State Park website. So glad we went. It could be a little difficult to find, but with Google maps/GPS we went right to it. The hike starts off with an easy hike down to a Natural Bridge. You have the option of crossing over the bridge or exploring underneath. We spent a little while there. Then the trail continues down to a small creek and then up the other side to some rock caves. The kids absolutely loved exploring the nooks and crannies and hidden hide-aways. It was getting a little dark and so we had to go, or we would have stayed longer. A fairly easy, short hike. Great place to take adventurous, young kids who like to explore!