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Fall Creek Falls State Park

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Fall Creek Falls State Park

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GwenL1 wrote a review Nov 2020
Clermont, Florida83 contributions40 helpful votes
We wanted to camp in the park but the dates full so opted for a day trip from Rock Island State Park. Beautiful park, trail to hike (some steep) and waterfall you can view from just a short walk.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Matt M wrote a review Nov 2020
95 contributions17 helpful votes
The geological features in this part of the state continue to amaze me. I feel like I am out west when I see these sheer rock faces and waterfalls cascading down from the top. Piney Falls was visible, but the trail that would allow a closer look was under repair. The park layout was a little confusing at first, but I eventually got my bearings. After driving for a while I started to question if I was going the correct way. Additional signs farther from the park would have been more reassuring. You could easily spend the day inside the park with all that it offers. I was only there for the hiking, but fishing/boating, golfing, Treetop Adventures are just some of the additional offerings. Hiking to the bottom of Fall Creek Falls was worth the effort. The climb can be steep and unlevel at times so bring a hiking stick. The George Hole stop was also an interesting and quiet location. This is a must see park in the Sparta area.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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smcdaniel wrote a review Oct 2020
Ariton, Alabama373 contributions91 helpful votes
We've always loved this park and it's still a pleasure to visit. The main falls can be viewed very close to the parking area, an easy walk for most to view. The hike to the bottom is another story. It should be marked strenuous. There are lots of large rocks and roots to walk over but the trip is worth it. There is also another falls in the park that is an easy walk to view. we'll be back with the Inn reopens in a couple of years.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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nicolediane wrote a review Sep 2020
Atlanta, Georgia624 contributions311 helpful votes
We had read that it was a busy park and we were there on Labor Day so it was very busy. We fund a nice picnic area. It was fairly clean and had shade. Trash cans near by. We drove a little further to a parking lot for the falls. Parking lot was packed. No one walking around had on a mask so we did not feel comfortable getting out to see the falls. We stopped by a building near the picnic area but didn't see any information about trails. There was no charge.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Gibson S, Guest Relations Manager at Fall Creek Falls State Park
Responded Oct 23, 2020
Hello nicolediane, thank you for your business. If there's anything we can do to help, please let us know.
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travelwriter52 wrote a review Sep 2020
Clinton, South Carolina2,934 contributions263 helpful votes
I was surprised. There I went, planning to see the highest falls in TN, only to find out that they have 6! Well technically some were cascades. I thought it was a bargain, particularly since the park is free. There are three locations with falls. One has a warning about a strenuous hike, which is not that bad. It is just full of steps. Uneven steps. There is a road you can take to avoid the steps, but you miss a lot if you go that way. So I took the steps down, and the road back up. Then another location is a short but rocky hike. You have to pick your way carefully down. And then back up. Finally the last one is behind the nature center and is at the bottom of 92 steps. All of them are possible, but only one is ADA accessible. Great park and they are building a lodge that will open in 2021.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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