The first waterfall is wheelchair and stroller accessible. We went when the leaves were changing and our photos could've been taken from calendars or postcards. Easy hike but if you really want to enjoy it you'll need extra time to soak in the views.
Absolutely beautiful! Short but totally worth it. Once you step on the trail it's a ten min walk through what looks like a jungle. The trees canopy over the walkway and all you hear is birds chirping. There are two large waterfalls and you should definitely take the extra hike to climb all the way up to the top. There's a secret little spot right next to the top's swimming hole that is crystal clear and very deep! Breathtaking. Sat up there for about thirty mins just relaxing and enjoying the view.
A great day, wear your bathing suit! Nice jaunt up to the falls-- shady and a boardwalk trail with steps. The real fun begins where this ends! After you reach the top of the falls, take the rocky, sometimes steep trail back. The payoff is fantastic: scramble down to the creek and wade or follow it down to some rocks jetting over a little (cold!) swimming area. Gorgeous.