Bottom of Waterfalls is a 0.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near West Granby, Connecticut that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Enders State Forest encompasses 2,098 acres of land in Granby and Barkhamstead, CT. The main entrance to the park is located on Route 219 in Granby. Hours: The park is open daily from dawn to dusk. Founding Date: 1970 Restrictions: No alcohol, No fires, No smoking Area: 2,098 acres
Gem of CT
I'm biased because I grew up here and there is an element of nostalgia but this place truly is magical.
one of my favorites. beautiful year round
Must see in CT
beautiful trail, very easy to get lost and very slippery on wet days!
This place is awesome. There are 6 different waterfalls and many different swimming holes. Just be wary of the days you decide to go because it does get very crowded.
I took my wife here yesterday. The book said easy to the third falls. The upper trail is flat and wide but any of the trails leading down to the falls can be difficult for anyone who is not limber. The falls, at least 5 of them, are pretty with water holes at the bottom for swimming. Very popular place for the younger crowd. At one of the last falls kids were jumping off the cliff plunging in the water hole feet first. The rocks are slippery and it can be potentially dangerous but the place be great fun and the people were friendly and helpful.
Great place to go!
I don't think I can take great grandma here. A gravel "fire road" is being over taken by the wood. To get to the stream its steep and slippery.
Fine for older kids and families too. You can spend an hour or so here with the hike, views and plants & trees.