Open from 8:00 a.m. till 7:00 p.m.
What’s there? There is a waterfall there that used to be an old mill (manmade) but beautiful just the same. It’s less than a half mile walk to the falls, but it’s a steep walk downhill. The rocks are beautiful! You can navigate your way down a series of rocks or use the small trail that leads to the bottom of the falls. It’s great for swimming and wading.
There are also foot trails and bike trails!
Can I swim here? Yes! I saw several people tubing down a portion of the falls that lead to a “pool” of sorts. There is a small “creekish” area below that to wade around in. We saw several kids playing in this area. There’s plenty of shade too.
Is camping available? Both primitive and full hook up sites are available.
I don’t camp. What about indoor accommodations? I totally get you. During certain times of the year, I don’t like to camp either. There are stone cottages available, built by the CCC in the 30’s. These cottages have been updated and are a step up from glamping since they have A/C and heat. Really, Cottages and A/C is all you need to know.
Bike Trails-I’m the wrong person to ask about bike trails, however there are some very fancy ramps made of wood and dirt that people use to ride their non-motorized bikes. One of these in particular, looks like a wooden wall, yet the rider defies gravity and rides sideways on the wall. If that sort of things interests you, you’ll love it here.
Kayaking-You can kayak the lake, but I don’t think they allow motorized water craft.
Anything else? I have not fully explored this park. I’m a waterfall chaser who loves to hike. I’d love to hear about your experience here!
Leave no trace: If you bring 6 Capri Suns with straws and a naked barbie, that’s exactly what you should leave with…even if the Capri Suns are empty. It’s trash and it needs to be put in a trash can, but not the barbie. Take the barbie home with you.