Decently short trail that's mostly just walking. There's a slight incline to the hike that crosses the river twice, once right at the beginning and one near the waterfall. If you want the easy cross, bring some waterproof boots; otherwise the crossing can be tricky, especially for older or less mobile individuals. The waterfall at the end is a nice treat but at least on the day we visited there were quite a few people along the trail.
Short, easy hike to a beautiful waterfall. There was plenty of parking when we arrived at 10am. Make sure you wear waterproof shoes! The trail crosses the creek a couple times.
If you're looking for a much longer, strenuous hike, you can do the trail that connects to Big Rock Ridge Road. It was totally empty, but probably had a climb of 2000 feet.