How can anyone not enjoy a loop trail hike that boasts almost 20 waterfalls with drops ranging from 20ft - 90ft in height. Just spectacular with the spring water flow. I would recommend that you park at the lower parking area on the south end of the park and walk north on the falls trail. You can enter the park at the main gate in the north but the hike will be longer. Coming from the south parking lot, I recommend going left at the loop trail junction called "waters meet". You have a shorter climb and then the return loop is downhill for you. Bring your camera and your tripod for some great photos. Loop trail will take you about 3 hours or longer. Well worth the effort. A fall hike has less water volume, but the fall leaves and color are super!