1 month ago

Awesome hike! Look for the turnout to the view, but be careful.

Was a nice afternoon , I think we might have not been on right trail as we never rally saw any falls

This was our first time out here and the conditions couldn't have been better. The trail was nice and dry, with gorgeous weather for November. I could see how it would be more technical if the roots/rocks were wet as some were already a little slick. Don't forget to bring along your poles or a solid stick to make creek crossings easier if you are rock-hopping. Definitely one that will be revisited again and again. This is a fantastic little day hike.


Great little hike.

We absolutely love this trail. My husband purposed to me here and we've made a pact to visit annually!

Our favorite place

Have been several times, the kids love it

Great family hike. Went with a group of 12, ages 2-42 and everyone had fun. There is a great creek for wading near the start.

5 months ago

I highly recommend the Little Bradley Falls hike. The falls are nice, it's a beautiful forest area, and a good place to wade and cool down when you get to the falls. You can park in the Big Bradley Falls area (left side) or about 100 ft further down the road on the right. The trail head is just behind the second parking area on the right. You will know you are in the right place if you have just gone over a large culvert and can see it as you head towards the trailhead. As others have said, take the trail that goes to the left (and climbs toward higher ground ) just as you start and not the trail along the creek. Then at a Y in the trail at a later point, stay right (a log is across the wrong trail). I hiked to the falls in about 30 minutes. It's an out and back trail. Enjoy!