Falling Waters Campground [CLOSED]

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Falling Waters State Park

Falling Waters Campground is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Chipley, Florida that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.1 miles Elevation Gain: 118 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

stroller friendly

camping

hiking

nature trips

walking

running

lake

paved

waterfall

closed

It has been reported this trail has a temporary closure due to COVID-19. Please see the park's website for up to date information.

hiking
10 months ago

We did this trail when it had not been raining (March 2019 I believe) and it was still very nice. Part of it was closed due to hurricane Michael damage. The campgrounds were also very nice and near the lake.

hiking
Sat Aug 04 2018

Great trails and beautiful park. campgrounds looked nice and park has a nice butterfly garden too.

Sat Jul 07 2018

A short hike to a Grand View.

Thu May 17 2018

You definitely have to come when it’s been raining, but this was very nice. I only went down at the sinkhole waterfall Trail and that it was very beautiful. However most of the sinkhole trail is blocked off from damage to I guess the boardwalk. The small view of the sink holes that you do you have is very very spectacular and I wouldn’t pass it up for five dollars. The waterfall is also fantastic if it has been raining. Five dollars to enter the park, like I said. I explored the trails in less than 30 minutes due to the closures, but there was another trail towards a lake that I did not go down. You can also camp here apparently, but I don’t know much about that.

camping
Fri Apr 27 2018

Small trail but beautiful after a rainy day. Camp site is clean and comfortable

Fri Aug 04 2017

This is a must to see if you live in Florida. It isn't a massive waterfall like you see in North Georgia but it is very pretty. It is actually the result of a sinkhole which Florida is full of. The trail is very well maintained just know there are numerous stairs on the trail. On the trail there is a section for swimming and restrooms to change.

hiking
Mon Jul 24 2017

A simple walkway trail to a waterfall and sinkholes. Lots of pretty ferns and a lake.

Sun Jun 18 2017

Loved it. The sinkholes are great, though the trail for them was very hazardous and much of the boardwalks were heading down into the sinkholes. The water fall wasn't at its full but flowing. Pretty easy with much on boardwalks. Rained for nearly half the time we were on it.

hiking
Tue Apr 18 2017

very short trail, sink hole trail undrr construction, water fall was small due to small recent rains, the lake was a nice size for swimming

hiking
Tue Sep 13 2016

I came after a storm so the falls were a nice size. The park is well maintained. Unfortunately, when I was there the sink hole trail was under construction. No need for your boots here as the whole trail is paved.

hiking
Mon Aug 08 2016

Not far to get to the falls and when we went after rain there was a decent amount of water flowing. The hike afterwards was fun with lots of sinkholes to explore.

hiking
Wed Apr 02 2014

Nice walking trail, although short. I went when the falls were dried up so I missed out on the beauty of that. There is a nice lake and old roads. Well maintained.

hiking
Thu Dec 19 2013

Well maintained boardwalk and trails. You will only see the water falling during periods of regular rain, but when it is flowing it is quite a site. The many sinkholes are full of tropical ferns and wildflowers. Spring is beautiful and October (wildflower season) is colorful. A must see park if you are in the area!

hiking
Thu Oct 10 2013

Nice trails and highest waterfall in Florida. Must see! Go after a rain and there will be more water going over the falls.

Sat Nov 10 2018

nature trips
Thu Jun 28 2018

Mon Feb 29 2016

walking
Thu Feb 18 2016