My wife and I decided to stop here and go see the water fall. I have gone for years and never seen water. This year was different. I really enjoyed it. This hike is great for kids! A very easy and small hike. Only a 10 min walk from parking lot.
Took a dog; good ten-fifteen minute walk. As of March 2016 the trail is back open; though to get to the falls you have to walk around a short fence and make your way through a bit of debris. Not a problem though, good trail for anyone and all ages.
It's a fun and easy walk to the falls, which are very seasonal. It's pretty popular on weekends and lots of families are walking with their kids and dogs. Please note that it is temporarily closed as of Dec 3 2014 due to a small landslide after a recent rain. So, check before you go out there to see if it's been reopened.
Hardly a hike, more of a short tourist walk out to one of the few waterfalls in the area, Nojoqui Falls. Most of the time the falls is little more than a trickle down a rock wall, but after heavy rain it becomes a little more impressive. With the park at the front of the hike, it's a great place to have a family outing/picnic.
Giselle W. on Nojoqui Falls County Park Trail
Super easy and perfect for kids too (3-5 years old okay).
We like to stop by whenever we go by and it is light because it is a quick jaunt up to the little waterfall. It is even educational as a sign near it will tell you about the local geology and the growing waterfall. I stopped by a couple days ago and found it flowing in a strong trickle. It seeps in quickly, so the creek by the lot is often dry when the water is still flowing over the falls.