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Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls

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Moss Rock Preserve & Waterfalls

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Jada wrote a review Jun 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Great scenic view, however the preserve could use improvements. For example, the map at the beginning does not have a “You are here” mark, so you don’t even know where you are starting. Then, the trails are not appropriately marked and the preserve should have maps placed throughout for a quick reference for visitors. Another idea could involve placing a brochure at the beginning of the trails if they do not want to place maps throughout that visitors could use. The trails were pretty hard to follow due to the uncleared foliage thus forcing us to guess where the trail continued or ended.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Karyn D wrote a review Mar 2020
West Haven, Connecticut14 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice hike, main parking lot was easily overlooked. It is at circle near the stores. We ended up in parking lot near the school. A longer hike which was good and nice falls. Worth the visit for us.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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pamrayt wrote a review Feb 2020
Hoover, Alabama3 contributions
Get outside and enjoy the beauty of the woods and rocks and waterfalls. Bring your kids and pets! Parking on Preserve Pkwy
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Date of experience: February 2020
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traveljunkie6567 wrote a review Nov 2019
Wilkesboro, North Carolina27 contributions5 helpful votes
The large boulders are interesting. The hiking map at the beginning of the trail is not marked with a "You are Here" stamp so you have no idea where you are starting. The trails that I was on were not marked. And the location is even more weird. Right outside the park drive, in the middle of nowhere, is a new 'old' village. Looks like a movie set from the early 1900's. Bizarre. Apparently they are trying to make a community of houses and shopping area right here on top of the preserve. What a way to ruin nature. If you want to hike around I say go for it. If you tend to get lost I wouldn't try it. If you want to see the movie set neighborhood it might be worth the drive.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jennifer S wrote a review Oct 2019
Birmingham, Alabama101 contributions23 helpful votes
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We parked at Simmons Middle School (per map instructions on the website) and managed to get sidetracked a lot on our hike, the trail blazes and the map are not the best quality. But, that being said, it really is fantastic to see the boulders and hike through the fallen leaves. This is the best time of year to visit since you can escape hiking in 95 degrees and appreciate some of the changing trees.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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