This is an easy, 30 minute hike to the waterfall. Go around 4:30 pm and you’ll likely have the trails and waterfall to yourself.
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This place was beautiful from start to finish . the park is a botanical garden ,a history lesson and ends in a swim in the waterfalls, I took my family children 8 and 12 here and they both enjoyed it for very different reasons. when...More
whether you are sight seer or a night life person take some time a see a very beautiful botanical garden and make your way to the waterfall. Wonderful gradual uphill climb to the falls but worth the effort.
The falls seem to draw people in, but the real beauty is just walking all over the grounds. So many different plants and lush greenery. Bring some bug spray for mosquitos and sun lotion in case it's sunny.
This a not a hike, it’s a walk in a park ending in a waterfall that have lifeguards that give u life jackets if you choose to swim at the base of the waterfall. Water was super cold. All in all Very scenic. Rest rooms...More
Highly recommend the plant tour by David!!! His passion for these plants really rub off on you and he pointed out so many amazing things we would have missed otherwise. It was really a treat to have him share his knowledge! The waterfall and pool...More
Our family of three (2 adults and a 10-year-old) had an amazing visit at this beautiful botanical garden and wish we'd allowed more time than two hours. We came for the opportunity to swim in the waterfall. It was not quite what we envisioned, but...More