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You have to PAY to hike this trail. No thanks!

nature trips
15 days ago

We did the red trail. I understand the purpose of the wooden steps everywhere, as they provide views over extremely rough terrain, but this is not what I would consider a “hike” by any means. I paid $16.50 to walk up and down a bunch of steps. The views are beautiful but you don’t get much of a chance to take them in... not worth shuffling around multiple families on steep, narrow steps. Overall, disappointing for someone looking for a hike but a good place to spend the day if you have a family.

was very interesting, lots of interesting rock features to see, but not a very long or strenuous walk/hike. was good because I am in recovery from foot surgery. Parking is tough not much very close to road, but the guy was asking for donations to improve so we donated.

My friend and I went to hike for the falls. we learned when we got there you do need to pay to hike. it's beautiful but I wouldn't wanna take my dogs with because it's mostly wooden built bridge and steps until you get to an overlook area. I am glad I did it, but would rather go elsewhere.

We did the yellow trail with three kids (age 7, 2 and 3 months). The two older kids had a great time hiking and enjoying the Mother Nature, and it wasn’t that tired to carry the baby while finishing this trail. We were able to get all the way down to the bottom to see the main fall and we were lucky to see rainbow down there. We spent about 2 hours even though the suggested time was only 45 minutes.

Great trail, loves the mystery at every turn. I brought my dog and she's not human friendly or dog friendly. There is a dog that lives on the grounds and he is off leash. If I would've known I wouldn't have brought my dog. Just a heads up for all of you pet owners!

Absolutely amazing!!! We did the yellow trail with 4 kids (ages 14, 12, 10 and 3) and everyone did great. Very well maintained - even though you have to pay, it’s worth it!! Friendly staff too! We’ll be back!

Very interesting place - peaceful, relaxing and a great walk for families!! My kids thought it was very cool. Very easy walk (we had a 3 year old) yet beautiful!

mountain biking
24 days ago

Flat easy trail. It is nice (trail by the river beats biking next to cars) but it gets boring after a while. I took it from New Brunswick to Princeton. Easy to find. No drinking water on the way (the only 2 bathrooms we found had hot -really hot- water or none at all), so take plenty or you will have to get out of the route to find somewhere to buy (which for us was a good excuse to have an ice cream as well)

Nice loop that runs next to the river. The entrance is through the garden, which is also very nice. Should be marked as easy though. It is flat, with no obstacles, with a clear path.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Great mtb

1 month ago

nice and easy trail. accompanied by the soothing sounds of the river. very level and good for all activities

The views are absolutely breath taking. Great place to fully enjoy nature and do some self reflection.

Great for all!

great trail for walking or biking.

first try, didn't finish , have come back :)

Falls were astounding—amazing noise & power of water. Huge amount of work planking and railing the trail and the great views of the falls make it worth the cost. Fascinating to see the brown (tannins?) water on the main stream, but a clear one feeding it. Great diversity of mushrooms!

easy 5 and something km. easy to track the red labels on the trees. beautiful waterfalls across the path.

We went at a perfect time and i took some awesome pics so it was pretty cool!!

My daughter and I found a quiet spot with the creek running by us and read a book. Nice and relaxing. It was a lot of fun-we’ll be back!

1 month ago

nice trail, need good sneakers and preferably ankle support because some parts of the trail is very rocky.

very easy walk through a beautiful quiet place. will definately be back.

It rained off and on during our hike, and since it was raining today (and rained the previous day) there was lots of water flowing and very few people. Nice.

Yes, you have to pay for admission, but the boardwalks give you access to some otherwise inaccessible views inside the gorge. Lots of trees fell as a result of the nor’ easter last March. Privately owned Bushkill Falls is open and NPS Dingmans Falls and George W. Childs are both still closed.

1 month ago

Essentially just a walk around the park. Could not locate any trail from the Birch Dr. corner till past the tennis courts.

Very good trail for.hiking and mountain biking.

Just a straight hike, not very scenic and a lot of bikers! It was very winding and fun but beware of ticks! My partner had 4 on him by the time we left and three more when we got home!

2 months ago

Beautiful and sort of easy. Well maintained. Need to pay to get in ($14.5). Def come back

No waterfall right now, only a trickle, but it was fun hiking up the dry river bed! Great time, do NOT wear flip flops.

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