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This is a great place to spend a few hours on a day trip. The nature trail takes you down to the river and then up to the top of the falls. The walk is moderate and there are a lot of stairs. There are...More
We visited High Falls for a day trip, we were 3 moms with 4 kids under 3 years old. We brought a picnic and ate in the park which had several wonderful jungle gyms for the kids, then hiked it down the path and stairs...More
We have a seasonal camp at High Falls. Park opens in May and closes mid October. Beautiful wooded sites, friendly owners, and neighbors. Ours is a permanent site. To obtain a permanent site I recommend buying a unit when it comes up for sale. There...More
I went there with my family and I was just amazed. Now we had to go into a campground and pay a few dollars per person. You go inside this building to pay and walk out the back door and follow the path to the...More
Don't miss this quick walk through the forest with a gorgeous view of a waterfall and peaceful river.
We went through the office after paying a modest fare of $3 a person to hike behind the office to the falls. This is a loop trail,...More
Our family has been camping at Highfalls Park now for over 20 years. We started camping at the annex for overnight campers and moved on to becoming seasonal campers. We never regretted this decision. The sites are larger than in most campgrounds and there are...More
This hike is not for the faint of heart, as the steps are steep and long to get to the falls, but the trek is definitely worth it. The views are stunning, especially during this time when the leaves are changing.
I pulled into the High Falls park campground and walked up to the camp store/office. She was shutting down but I paid my $3 and walked through the back door to the trail. After winding along campers for awhile, the trail cuts into the woods...More