McCammon Falls

EASY 9 reviews

McCammon Falls is a 0.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Gray Hawk, Kentucky that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

0.2 miles
26 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly


nature trips





over grown


2 months ago

Beautiful waterfall but be prepared for a steep hill and a bit of climbing. My 8 year old didn't have a problem but my 4 year old needed a fair amount of help. Still worth it. Very pretty.

3 months ago

Nice waterfall. The trail is tricky to find so go down the hill left of the covering to enter. There is a strange cabin back in the woods by the falls. It creeped me out because I'm sure someone loves there. Doubt I will return.

3 months ago

This trail is difficult. Very steep and very slippery. Lots of loose rocks. Waterfall was not flowing much, but was still pretty. It was a fun experience. Find the trail at the end of the community park and go towards the woods....not marked but the trail is worn enough to notice.

4 months ago

Don't be fooled - this Trail has a steep approach and is slippery. Don't take your elderly parents without trekking poles. The drop-off is a few feet from the path in places and drops over 100'. Very pretty waterfall!

6 months ago

I love this site! Steep, slippery terrain but very short hike. You have to park at the last picnic area at Gray Hawk Community park and wall over the hill into the wooded area. There is no trail markings. Hidden treasure!

8 months ago

It is breathtakingly beautiful. The actual hike down under the falls is challenging, but worth the effort.

9 months ago

Very very short trail. It's a steep hill though. Park at the gray hawk community center playground. Walk behind the picnic shelter area to the wood line and you'll see where the trail starts.

9 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous waterfall. Very short hike, some major elevation change but not for extended periods. There is a small area that goes on private property. This is on Mill Creek Wildlife Management Area.

6 months ago