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Pearson's Falls

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Itinerant_Foodies wrote a review Nov 2020
Greensboro, North Carolina434 contributions157 helpful votes
We heard about the falls by word-of-mouth and decided that it was worth a visit. It's a bit out of the way but the drive and short hike was well worth it! The hike was through a wooded area so it was always pretty. And since it's not near a large developed area, it's quiet except for the sound of running water in the river. The gate keeper was very helpful, especially when we exited to make sure that we could get out with our small RV on their almost-single-lane entry road. The falls are gorgeous and there are a few different areas that allow for various perspectives when taking pictures. There are also places to pull over when walking to allow for faster hikers and there are wonderful places to picnic and enjoy a lunch with only the sound of the river rushing by.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Carrieh82 wrote a review Oct 2020
Brunswick, GA108 contributions28 helpful votes
This was our 2nd or 3rd trip to Pearson's Falls and our first with small children. It's an easy hike. Our 4 year old did it while holding my hand. My husband carried our smaller child. We had a great time. I'd like to take a picnic next time when it is allowed. Currently, the bathrooms are closed and there is no picnic allowed due to Covid. You also have to be careful to social distance on the trails. Pearson's Falls is worth the visit anyway!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mark L wrote a review Sep 2020
Wellington, Florida20 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a few hours to spare, so we took a trip to the falls. It’s a small park but plenty of parking and Lots of picnic tables if you want to take food or to rest. They have also made room so you can keep your distance from other people due to Covid. It’s around a 1/4 mile walk with built in walk ways to make it very easy. Great views of the falls from different vantage points. Really worth the time and effort.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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turninghawk1 wrote a review Jul 2020
Gulf Shores, Alabama97 contributions51 helpful votes
Although the 'trail' is only 1/4 mile long, it is a bit strenuous in that very little of it is flat. Definitely not stroller-friendly! It is well-maintained, but involves a lot of rock-stepping and stair climbing (stairs made of rocks, not typical stairs), however WOW, the falls are magnificent, and the hike itself while a bit taxing, is lined with a beautiful flowing stream for most of its length. They don't open the gates until 10 am, and there is no website to let you know this. Fortunately we arrived about 9:45 am so the wait was relatively brief. Admission is $5 per person, but well worth it. Highly recommended (although if there was a website it would have helped).
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Date of experience: July 2020
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blitz10 wrote a review Nov 2019
Abilene TX2 contributions1 helpful vote
My daughter and fiancé visited on Nov 7th. We had been there previously on Aug 15th. It was one of the favorite places my son liked going to. A memorial was held on the 15th for him and we returned on vacation to hike and see the fall leaf color. My daughter carried my son/ her brother's urn in a backpack so he would be with us. A very touching moment. The care taker was pleasant both times and remembered us from the first visit several months earlier. Home now in Texas, but will be back next fall.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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