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hiking
16 days ago

This was more like a state park setting, the trail takes you down to the natural bridge which in itself is worth the trip, but you should go on around the LOOP and visit the rock formations and caves on the backside, plenty of spots to sit and enjoy

on Mill Creek Trail

22 days ago

It was great but can only go in part of the cemetery cause the other half is private property

Caves, waterfalls and the bridge were all beautiful!

hiking
22 days ago

Short hike to beautiful, serene falls!

This is a beautiful waterfall!! Very short and easy walking access for all ages. It’s a must see!!

hiking
1 month ago

Amazing place the hike was shorter than what I expected but is soo beautiful the river was my second favorite the water falls are my number one favorites! I get to see a bald eagle it was amazing

Third time on this trail and it gets better each time. Went beyond the eye into the mountain.

hiking
1 month ago

Water was flowing good after last nights storm. Limited parking and a guy with a horse trailer parked in such a manner that he took up the whole parking area. We were able to park about 25 yards down along the tree line. This is a short easy walk but what a payoff!! The gravel road down was not an issue. I have an AWD Ford Edge but watched a car make it as well so shouldn’t be an issue for anyone.

hiking
1 month ago

Road in there was a straight downhill wouldn’t want to travel it after a rain you would have a horrible time. The parking area and trail was very clean and it was very close to walk to the falls.

hiking
1 month ago

What a great place. Parking was clean the picnic area too. The trails were moderate the caves were big and the bridge was a beautiful sight.

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful spring. Water was down a little so we were able to climb some of the rocks

I consider this more of a walk than hike. Quick, easy, and informative historic sites.

hiking
2 months ago

Fun trail! might be a little strenuous in some spots for beginners and if the water is up along with the rapids its a challenge to cross to the trail head safely, but a great day hike regardless! Seems like a great camping spot as well

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike for youngsters, nothing really jaw dropping along creek.

2 months ago

Beautiful site to see. We would love to see it again.

Really enjoyed this hike. Most of it was smooth, prime place for fall foliage. We got off track according to the app and climbed a very steep ridge to find the primitive trail. That section is everything that previous posters have said. There is an 8ish foot drop off a bluff that was covered in moss and very slick. We made it, and had a good time, but I’d advise treating this hike as an out and back. Hike to the turn off to the river, then turn around and head back to the trail head.

Rough road to get there , very short hike in the rain with two falls flowing !!

Nice hike with many feature points. The caves were as beautiful as the waterfalls.

on Twin Falls Trail

2 months ago

This place was awesome

hiking
2 months ago

Good trail, easy hike. Could be maintained better but not too bad! Good views of the creek and nature.

great place becareful driving down recommend 4x

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful hike! The road down to Kyles Landing is rough but saw several cars that made it. We had some water flowing so the waterfalls were running. This is a physically demanding hike if you are not in shape. At one point the trail splits, one goes along the creek bed and on goes up and is higher up but follows along the creek. Going to the Eye of the Needle is not for someone afraid of heights. You will use ropes to scale straight up 20-30 feet and then another section at a step angle where you will rope the rest of the way to the top before going through the tunnel to get to the Eye of the Needle. Will be back to do it again!

Very nice hike along the river. Several waterfalls. Was closer to 6 miles and took 3 hours. A bit more technical hike with rocks and some slippery parts.

awesome sites to see! Tough spots for sure, but worth every strain. Wear hiking shoes and travel light.

hiking
3 months ago

This trail is pretty awesome and difficult in the sense that you have to pay attention to where you're stepping all the time. Some parts were a bit difficult to maneuver and I didn't even attempt climbing the rope at the end ,but my boyfriend made it up to the top. We went on a Tuesday in September and we were the only ones on the trail the whole time. Keeping that in mind, there are a lot of spider webs when you're the only one on the trail. We will be returning to this trail as it was very interesting.

Simple hike to the falls. Nothing like the sound of water and the spray.

If you want to make it challenging, climb the slippery bank to get the view from on top.

fishing
3 months ago

Hello twins. ;)

Make sure to do the entire loop! There are some cool caves along the trail. The natural bridge was very cool to see. Was not crowded at all on a Sat or Sun. we went back after we discovered we didn't finish the loop. Took me and husband 40 mins to do entire loop.

on Triple Falls Trail

hiking
3 months ago

Short easy hike into the falls - only small twin falls when we were there in late Sept., but still pretty. The drive to the trail head from the highway is rather long (steep, rough, and downhill) considering how short the hike actually is.

hiking
3 months ago

This little trail has a lot to offer, especially for novice hikers or families. It's relatively short and easy with some really cool features. There's the amazing natural bridge that you can walk across and then take a trail spur to go underneath it. I imagine many people just go to the bridge and head back up to the parking lot without taking the rest of the trail. But the rest of the trail takes you down to a nice little stream and then some really cool bluffs with overhangs and caves. For a beginning hiker, be aware there is some elevation change (climbing back up), but it is not super steep and there are some nice benches along the way if you want to stop and catch your breath or just enjoy the outdoors for a while. I did notice poison ivy along the edge of the trail on the loop part taking you down to the bluffs, so watch out. But if you stay on the path you should be fine.

We've been on this trail twice and it is never very busy. I think it is relatively unknown to most people. It should get a little more attention. There's a really nice picnic area in a pretty shaded spot, large parking lot and restroom.

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