Quantico Falls Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Triangle, Virginia that features a waterfall. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking.
A nice quiet walk for a warm January day. Beaver is building a dam across the creek at the end of the trail. He came out to say hello while I sat and ate lunch.
For a longer out and back, park at the Turkey Run Education Center and combine the Mary Bird Branch Trail (0.5 mi one way) with this trail.
Not much a destination when the water is low and be careful for snakes! Overall decent hike
It was really good. I thought there would be more falls, but very beautiful. Changed my perspective on hiking in Virginia.
Quick and easy! Slight incline on the way back up from Quantico Creek but otherwise mostly wide and level.
Nice trail, wide most if the way then a bit more narrow going down to the falls. Nice place to skip rocks and look at stream life with little ones at the bottom. It is a bit steep going back so people were carrying their smaller more portly pups, but otherwise a decent trail for kids, adults and dogs. Nice views!
When added with some of the other trails in Potomac National Forest, it makes for a good hike.