Explore the most popular nature trips trails near Oasis with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Good trail just watch for snakes

Beautiful trail...but needs some work. A lot of trees down, and it’s easy to lose the trail.

Great trail. Strenuous

hiking
4 months ago

heads up the road to trailhead is closed about 4 miles from trailhead January - March connessagua lake rd from south

I really enjoyed this hike, but due to all the downed trees from the fires and hurricanes, a lot of the trail was blocked and almost impossible to follow. I got off trail several times, which made the hike more difficult, but all in all, I had a great time.

Nice hike, especially in the summer because you can swim at the bottom of the falls. There is also a place to camp next to the falls if you would like to.

camping
6 months ago

Plenty of parking at Three Forks Parking Lot, from there it's approximately 4.33 miles to the waterfalls. It's a tough hike in with a loaded pack, not terrible, but you'll be looking forward to taking that pack off and setting up camp, when ya get there. There are plenty of spots for tent or hammock camping and water is plentiful, once you're down in the valley. Take your time and enjoy.

backpacking
9 months ago

Hi John Deal. Not sure if you'll see this but I don't know how to send you a message. But I wanted to know what u meant by having a rope at the falls? Is that for a rope swing?! Or for holding onto on those steep ascents and descents ;)?!

Trail was well blazed, not heavily traveled, overgrown in places, no views in summer, no creeks or water sources. We followed the directions listed and ended up on Bushyhead Rd. The BMT actually is that road but we wanted to start where the trail leaves the gravel road on the left. There was no parking to be found. We backtracked down the road about a quarter of a mile or so and pulled off then walked back up. The trail was unremarkable. It basically climbed for two miles through laurel and light woods then descended. Nothing to see but we got a good workout.

Wonderful hike through the forest, with water falls and creeks scattered through out. Bring a swimsuit if you'd like to swim in the waterfall at the end. There's a big "beach" type area to have lunch and hangout by the water. There were a ton of snakes so watch your step.

hiking
Thursday, April 06, 2017

Awesome View from the top of the falls! Worth the pain. This is not a easy day hike. But we took 5 girls age 10-12 and they made it. The descent to the campsites, before the falls, is hard and harder again on the return. This one is not for little kids, as the drop is forever. But the view is breathtaking. I recommend hike in, camp, hike out. Having a rope at the falls was nice. The water is so clean a pure. The place was cleaned out by the fire in 2016.

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