Graffiti Waterfall is a 0.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Corona, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A nice short walk to a hidden waterfall.
some steep parts but it was pretty fun.
Did this hike with my 8 and 4 year old and they loved it! It was super easy and fun to see all the graffiti at the end of the trail.
it was awful, it stunk and very short walk. cool to see all the graffiti but that's all. waste of time.
This is a great Hike for Beginner's and Waterfall enthusiats. Use Google maps to get to this location. It will lead you to a residential block and you'll be like where the F am I, lol. There will be a Moron picketed fence on the left of the North side. Walk on the right side behind the house. This will lead you to the Trail itself.
This is less than 2 miles but worth the visit. Definitely wear shoes with good traction. Especially because I recommend you climb up before you walk down to the Waterfall. You will have some great views of the Falls if you go up first and good photo options. Then just walk back down to the Waterfall.
Enjoy this location. There is a lot of trash so maybe if you're in a group bring some trash bags to help clean it up. I wish people wouldn't trash our Outdoors.
The Hike is less than two miles. i
Very cool hike.
Was a quick easy hike. Lots of trash and garbage along the way. Some of the graffiti was neat, but one could argue it is destructive to the natural beauty of the environment. Okay for a quick get out the house trip.
Beautiful easy hike. Use Google maps for graffiti Falls entrance and yes, go between the houses.
Very easy hike and easy to find. Like everyone says, park on street and follow a maroon colored fence and it leads your right to it following the trail :)
There is a small waterfall as well which made the hot day that I went very nice and cool. Some amazing artwork.
the graffiti/art is interesting and a unique background. the hike itself is really short and easy. the waterfall is gross. so much trash and broken glass down there. really ruins the scenery. who wants to sit and chill in an area covered in trash and glass. i was not impressed. "pack it in, pack it out"!
Not much to look at on the way to the falls. Don't recommend taking a bike with the narrow trails. If you do go I recommend the top of the falls over the bottom. The bottom is dirty with trash from food wrappers to even a baby diapers a d the water pond at the bottoms smalls.
Cool spot. Slippery at times, so certain tennis shoes might not cut it, but a lot of fun none the less!
Now that the waterfall is gone, it isn't the same as before. People leave much more of their trash there. It just feels dirty now.
Parked on Lincoln right before the road curves to head way uphill, trails on your left in between wooden fence & house with the long driveway. Took my 2 year old, pretty easy hike, bit rocky. Take a trash bag if you're into picking up trash because there's a ton here.