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We pulled over here during a trip to Kennecott in May 2017, and went back again in July 2017 on a different trip. It's a great hiking spot, very very pretty and fun for rock throwing and kids entertainment along with leg stretching and adult...More
I like falls like this one. It's relatively small and consists of multiple components. This affords me various opportunities for photographing them. On top of that this one requires no hiking, which I sometimes like. There are, also, ver cleanvault toilets right there too. They...More
We didn't stay at the campground just stopped to see the falls. The area seemed cleaned and well kept. The falls were beautiful and the color of the water was like jade. A nice spot just to have a picnic!
There are about 10 sites here, some appropriate for a small or mid-size camper/RV. There are also a few tent platform sites next to the creek. Water is available from a hand pump and the restrooms were clean when we visited. The waterfall is beautiful...More
We found this place by accident and camped right next to the falls. Beautiful campgrounds with squeaky clean bathrooms. We were the only ones in the park in early May. Advice that was given to me from a local that stopped by to fill water...More
What a fortunate turn of events it was when we stumbled upon this amazing campground! It's almost a surreal setting with posh sites (with wooden platforms!) right by Liberty Creek! All you can hear is the rushing of water and no highway noise! There are...More
This is both a campground and the trailhead for some small hikes in the area. We stopped to stretch our legs and where glad we did. The waterfall seen from the parking lot is jetting water out. My son threw rocks off the bridge and...More
There are a couple of hikes. You access the trails right next door to the park entrance. Last time I was there signs offered information. Somehow we took a trail that took us way up high, not just over the falls as planned... More
There are a couple of hikes. You access the trails right next door to the park entrance. Last time I was there signs offered information. Somehow we took a trail that took us way up high, not just over the falls as planned. If you not afraid of heights then the one we did, the long one, is best. Out of this world views in every direction.
My guess is about 1/2 hour. I am driving it in about the next week and will try to give you a more exact timing. If there is construction, the time can be much longer. It is a nice diversion if going to Chitina (it... More
My guess is about 1/2 hour. I am driving it in about the next week and will try to give you a more exact timing. If there is construction, the time can be much longer. It is a nice diversion if going to Chitina (it can be fun watching people dip net for salmon on the Copper River) but there are other waterfalls on the way to Valdez.
If you make the drive, stop a Wenger's Store - a real, local farm store!
Glad to see you are from Lynchburg - went to college there and have only been back one.