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All reviews easy hike short hike picnic tables beautiful waterfall entrance fee per adult local garden well worth the trip mile trail stone steps small children lovely stone small bridge wild flowers great viewing nice hike parking area
We have had heavy rains in the Carolinas and I was leery of taking my niece and nephew to see the falls because of possible muddy paths. But that wasn’t the case! The paths were well maintained and because of the previous rains the falls...More
It's an easy 5 minute walk from the parking area to the falls suitable for all ages. It's more like a stroll than a hike. The admission was $5 per adult and $1 per child. There are restroom facilities here.
We recently had the opportunity to visit Pearson's Falls for the first time on a bright winter's day and weren't disappointed. What a lovely spot with a gorgeous 90 ft. waterfall as your final destination! Pearson's Falls is located somewhat off the beaten track in...More
Staff is friendly, helpful. The trail to the falls is easy walking even for seniors. The falls are worth the walk. Great viewing. There is a bench if you want to sit and enjoy. There is a picnic area so the family can stay and...More
This is a lovely park with a 1/4 mile trail to a wonderful 90 foot waterfall. There are picnic benches and bathrooms. Dogs are not allowed. They regularly put up information about what wildflowers are in bloom and the land is falloff every wildflower you...More
After a week of rains, I knew the falls would be full and stunning. So I celebrated national Go Take a Hike Day by hiking here at Pearson's Falls.
Pearson's Falls is a 268 acres nature preserve with a park setting. Since 1931 it has...More
On a hunt to hit all the falls, we found this place (thank you Google). Didn’t realize until we arrived that it was private and required $5/person admission. At only 1/4 mile hike, wasn’t sure it would be worth it. TOTALLY WORTH IT!
Just a few miles off I-26, Pearson’s Falls is a great stop. It’s beautiful and well maintained. You get constant views of the river on the short 1/4 mile walk to the falls. Great place to do a picnic & only $5/person.
Not exactly a wilderness experience, as the falls are privately owned and heavily managed. Short and easy stone paved path leads to the picture perfect falls. Appears to be owned and managed by a local garden club. Small fee to get in. Lots of picnic...More