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Little River Canyon National Preserve

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Little River Canyon National Preserve

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Holliday wrote a review Oct 2020
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Go for the swimming holes and hiking! Hippie Hole can get crowded during the summer, but you can just just swim down or climb to another spot away from the crowd. There are a lot of stunning hidden swimming spots throughout the park. The 127 Yard Sale (aka "The World's Longest Yard Sale") runs right along Little River Canyon every August and both are worth checking out!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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letscruze wrote a review Oct 2020
Mobile, Alabama84 contributions12 helpful votes
Visited during the week so there were no crowds. Beautiful views from the overlooks, and the main scenic drive around the rim is pretty as well. Since it was October, there were some fall colors in the trees. The area to view the falls is an easy walk from the parking lot, and easily accessible. The visitor center was closed due to Covid-19, but would like to return for a visit and to do some hiking.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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xwalabama wrote a review Oct 2020
Sevierville, Tennessee23 contributions6 helpful votes
Beautiful scenery. Quiet and peaceful. Picturesque views. If there has been some rain, you can see water in the canyon and Little River Falls in extra beautiful. If there has not been a lot of rain, the falls are still great but you might not see a lot of water in the canyon. It's still beautiful though.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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DawnousAtl wrote a review Sep 2020
Atlanta, Ga299 contributions92 helpful votes
Went just to the Falls area on a Saturday in September. Lot of people there and NONE wearing masks or taking any Covid precautions. We were able to stay away from people except on trail. Glad we had our masks. The falls are worth seeing and its fun to climb out on the rocks at the top and get into one of the pools there. We also hiked the trail to an area where you can access the river (about half a rocky mile). People there were jumping from a high cliff into the river and also hanging out in the water and on the rocks. Its a special place, but would be better to go on a weekday in the fall or spring when school is in session. Parking is generous and free. There is a boardwalk to view the falls and treacherous paths to get out on the rocks or down to the river.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Tiffany R wrote a review Sep 2020
Ocala, Florida78 contributions10 helpful votes
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Spent a great few hours! See Little River Falls right off the parking lot, which is huge and mighty and requires no hiking! Then hike the Little River Trail in the back of the parking lot to go see Martha’s Falls and the locals’ swimming hole, called Hippie Hole. You will hike through some mountain rocky paths and a field of wildflowers, if during the summer, which was also gorgeous!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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