Dripping Rock Falls

EASY 21 reviews

Dripping Rock Falls is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Spanish Fork, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
0.7 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
19 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

walking

views

waterfall

Super easy paved trail. Water runs out of the rocks. Fun to play in and under the water.

hiking
13 days ago

My husband and I completed this hike on June 3. This is a short, paved trail.... nothing spectacular for the most part.

The dripping rock was cool. The trail doesn't lead you directly to it. Instead, you just have to jump of the trail and go down the ravine to the river to see it.

This hike isn't worth a special trip, but a cool feature to check out if you're in the area!

hiking
19 days ago

A pretty hike but very short. Getting to the water requires going down about 10 -20 feet of a rocky face which could be hard for young ones. The path was paved and plenty wide. There were some other trails that went off the path but those goes on to unmarked private property. I had the pleasure of being shot at with a BB gun from the owner not too far from the path. The actual falls themself are very underwhelming. Don't go for the falls, only do this hike if you have kids that would want to play in the stream. There is a lot of graffiti as well. Overall I enjoyed it but would not do it again.

hiking
1 month ago

The creek along the trail is very nice but the trail was too short in my opinion, now after I left I saw more directions I could go and I will definitely try again

2 months ago

short hike that's family friendly. nothing super spectacular, but fun to hike directly up the river. possibly a couple kid friendly swimming holes if its summertime

3 months ago

Lots of graffiti. The dripping springs themselves are cool. Don’t do it for the waterfall at the end though. It’s just flowing over graffitied concrete

7 months ago

So sad all the trash and graffiti. Walked up on some guys smoking weed... Real bad impression of this place. Waste of gas and time...

walking
8 months ago

Finding a place to park probably took us longer than walking the trail! The parking spot the app connected us to was near the Suzlon wind turbines. I am not sure how it got us there. It then turned out the actual parking lot, which is across the street from the golf course, was gated shut. We were so confused where to park. We ended up parking on East River Bottom Road across from the church, which meant we walked on a part of a different trail that led to the actual parking lot! Then, from there, we walked alongside the road on a bridge, then in a tunnel under the road to the golf course parking lot, into the trail. The trail itself is all paved and easy to walk. It is a nice, short stroll.

9 months ago

Fun and easy for small kids. Extremely short and on a paved asphalt trail.

walking
10 months ago

Nice short walk on a paved trail. Very kid friendly, flat the whole way.The dripping rocks along the way are pretty. The end on the trail is a bit disappointing a lot of graffiti and trash.

walking
10 months ago

Ok, so i rated this a "5" strictly because my kids love playing in the water... This is hardly a hike, simple 1 mile total out and back stroll on stroller friendly paved path. shaded in the evening which is nice. If you live near SF, and haven't been here, I would recommend bringing the family.

10 months ago

This is a very easy, but beautiful paved flat trail that we love to take our young kids on. It's plenty shady, and the views of the river and dripping rocks are great eye candy along the way. I wish it was longer, but again, a great walk for young kids to get em off the couch.

10 months ago

Easy hike for all ages. My kids love playing in the water.

10 months ago

great for kids! you can hike in the river just as well as the trail.

walking
10 months ago

It's a nice easy walk along the river. There are a few geocaches along the trail to get. The trail is near my house so I've walked it a lot. It's nice to walk down by the river and see the Dripping Rocks.

10 months ago

This was not necessarily a "hike" it was a paved walk. Very short like a couple parking lots away. We went further than the falls, which we didn't know we missed till the way back. My kids had a blast eating on the old damn and we found gold balls. It's was really fun.

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Sunday, June 11, 2017