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Keldon R. on Turner Falls Park Hiking Trails
It was so fun... great views
We had a fun day and went off of the beaten path through the brush and the woods ending up near camping sites and the stream which we hiked until the water fall then hiked up rocks and went into a cave. The castle was nice too and we did a circle around the swimming holes back to our car. We met many friendly families along the way! It had a lot to offer. We were sad to see so much litter everywhere and broken glass! We saw wildlife tracks but no wildlife or many insects either If we go again I'll take trash bags and pick up litter as we go along. All in all a fun adventure!
This is not the place to go if you're looking for some scenic reflection. It is essentially an over crowded public pool with terrible signage or maps for trails. But - if you want drunk college kids and wading pools - this place might be your jam.
This park's entrance fee is grossly overpriced for what it offers to hikers. $12 per person plus tax. If you aren't looking to be around a bunch of people this is not the park for you. We were able to find some hiking off the beaten path and enjoy ourselves and the two caves were decent. However, not everything it is cracked up to be.
We spent all day here. When we first got there we parked and hiked around a lot and fallowed some random trails. Then we swam in the lake for a little while and had some lunch and then we went and hiked and climbed some rocks some more. It was my 9 year old, 4 year old, and me. We had 2 70oz camelbaks and 1 50oz and we needed more water. So I would recommend bringing a lot of water. We are all worn out but we had a blast exploring and swimming.