Falls Canyon Trail is a 4.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Spencer, Indiana that features a waterfall and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Trail starting near the camp store that looks through the nature preserve. Hill coming up into the end of the trail at the cabins caused an unexpected rest break. It is nice to have a cut over to the quarry and be able to jump on other trails.
This was a good trail along the river. we went up it and down the river as well. I enjoyed climbing over the rocks on the sides of the river a lot.
Great trail along river(trail3). Bug spray is a must. Visit wolf cave (trail 5) but know that you will be crawling and you may want knee protection and a flashlight. FYI they sell minor hats with a light for children at the Inn. We were able to see red headed woodpeckers, yellowtail butterflies, millipedes, newts or salamanders. We did see people swimming in the river. Bring drinking water.
Great scenery walking along the creek. Enjoy taking the kids to the nature center. Be sure to sit and what some crazy birds and squirrels in the observation room while at the nature center.
Great place to visit!
Awesome hike. About lost the trail in the bottom of the canyon but luckily some other hikers helped us find our way. One of my favorite trails!! The canyon was awesome bcs it hadn't been raining much so we could explore the bottom. Went in the peak of fall colors and it was beautiful. Definitely gonna go back!
When the waters lower its fun to climb up the waterfall
Great workout, Took my kids (10 & 7) they had no trouble with it, but boy did they sleep good that night.
Great hike! Seemed much longer than 1 mile, but we went in the spring after a lot of rain. The creek was out of it's bed and the trail disappeared in spots. We had to walk along the edge of the creek along the rocks for a while. My 7 year old son really liked it, but he was pretty tired after we finished. There is a full discription of our hike on my website http://kidshikingindiana.weebly.com/ if you are interested.
Short trail but lots to see along the way and this can connect with #10 and then #7 which are also really nice.
This was moderate at its hardest points. Great swimming hole! Had three kids (8, 7, & 4) and two German Shepherds with us. Not even a mile long and .8 seems a bit much. Stunning views and serious water fun for the whole family. Small snakes were common so don't be surprised.
Hiked here in the spring, was an excellent experience. Not many people at that time of year.