A lovely place to visit and spend a day or simply an afternoon or morning. There are spacious grounds and trails for picnicking, biking, hiking, and general exploring. Although the park itself does not offer horses for hire, the park has extensive paths for equestrians to explore. Some private stables nearby have in the past offered guided tours on horseback. The tours are at a minimum 2 - 3 hours long and start outside the park. Unless you are a local, having a guide to lead you in and through the park is a must. Please note, the trail rides can be exhilarating and may not always be geared to a beginning rider so interested parties should check on the level of experience needed. The views of the river are amazing but especially spectacular when the river is high. A small nature center/museum also offers explanatory information about the park and Falls. The park offers nature seminars and walks for adults and children but visitors should check the park website for the schedule. Although it has been a couple of years since I visited the park, I used to be a regular visitor, generally by horseback, but also with family and out of town guests. I entered the September 2012 date as my last visit as this seems to be the only way to post the review. The park itself has changed little through the years except to make parts of it more accessible.
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