This state park is hard to find but worth the effort. The waterfalls are beautiful. Many locals go there to swim. There is a free side with a parking area and trail before you get into the park but from there you can't see the largest of the 3 falls, big muddy (which didn't look muddy at all). Dogs on leashes are allowed on the free side and in the campground but not on the trails to the falls in the park. Caution, there is a lot of walking to see the falls on uneven ground and stairs. The loop trail that goes around is very nice.
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