This trail was great, it's very easy hike for me and my mom we had our three dogs with us. Great for any age to hike, it's pretty flat with some stairs but not too much. Waterfalls at the bottom make the hike worth the while, it's beautiful now during fall leaf color change I would recommend it for people to go check it out.
Todd H. on Dukes Creek Trail
Short well traveled trail. Easy. Dogs allowed. Several boardwalks and a viewing platform at the bottom. This is the shortest of 3 trails along Hwy 348. $4.oo fee at honor box in parking lot. Good for light warm up hike.
This trail was beautiful, however, the signage to the falls was not adequate. The trail makes a sharp turn to the right where we made an arrow with sticks on the ground. We were looking for water for our dog to play in but you can't get to the actual water. Great hike though.
Nicky B. on Dukes Creek Trail
Nice family hike. Lots of traffic but the falls are beautiful.
Kathryn R. on Dukes Creek Trail
Fairly well maintained trail. Downed tree at end blocked walkway to observation deck, but could squeeze around if small.
Pictures don't do the falls justice. I had no idea how tall they are and how many levels there are. The hike there was pretty with glimpses of smaller falls and even the main falls themselves if you look for them. I loved hearing the rushing water the whole way. A great hike!
BEAUTIFUL falls! You pretty much follow the creek, from far above, the entire way along the trail. There is a great place to get in the water towards the beginning of the trail, but you are not supposed to enter the water where the big falls are. (Although lots of people did.) We saw one man about 30 feet up the falls that was climbing down. Made me so angry! Doing things like that is exactly how beautiful locations get shut down! The falls are gorgeous though. Probably the tallest set that I have seen in any Southern state.