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Centennial Waterfront Park

105 Reviews
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Centennial Waterfront Park

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Alison P wrote a review Sep 23
110 contributions11 helpful votes
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The Perrine Coulee Waterfall is the attraction here. It's a nearly 200 ft drop and it's incredible. We saw it from above (at the Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center) and then drove down Canyon Springs Road. We parked at the area right at the hairpin turn and then took the trail down to the falls. You can walk behind the falls and it's wonderful. Be prepared to get a little wet and make sure you have good hiking shoes on becuase it's wet and can be a bit slippery back there. Simply gorgeous but I'm a sucker for waterfalls.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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HillMax wrote a review Jun 2020
Salt Lake City, Utah36 contributions13 helpful votes
This free park offers plenty to do. AWOL adventure sports is located inside and you can rent water equipment from them or do a zip line tour. Picnic lunch down at the lake or paddle up the snake river to the ridge and beyond. Even some light hiking trails. Great place to spend a day!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Brian wrote a review Jun 2020
Los Angeles, California714 contributions36 helpful votes
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This was such a beautiful surprising find!! We saw it on the map with my Fiance' and we decided to go early morning and WOW! It was definitely a surprise!! With breakthrough views and crisp morning air, it was wonderful to be in nature not too far from the city. There was literally no one around and we got to explore nature and be like kids again. We found a hidden waterfall along with beautiful non-harmful animals nearby. Highly recommended to come early morning as the sun is rising, I can assure you, it is a most welcoming find! Take lots of pics!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tan910 wrote a review Jun 2020
Topeka, Kansas12 contributions6 helpful votes
We had a great time ziplining as a family! Macy and Casey were great guides and patient! I would've liked to have ziplined across the snake river, instead, we ziplined thru the rocks and shrubbery so it was not as exciting as the Royal Gorge in CO. This would be a great practice run for first timers.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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susane08403BE wrote a review Sep 2019
San Francisco18 contributions4 helpful votes
The park is a good location to rent a kayak or put in a kayak, however I was hoping it would be more attractive. You cannot really view or comfortably sit by the river with a view. There are nice picnic tables and if you are going to kayak (highly recommended) then this is a good spot to begin that trip up to Pillar Falls or if water is low enough up to Shoshone Falls.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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