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“Falls are nice! The hike...not so much!”
Review of Indian Creek Falls

Indian Creek Falls
Reviewed 26 June 2014

Ditto on the previous review. The falls are beautiful, but the fact that people are using the same path to go tubing is a disappointment. You have to share the path with them which takes away from the hiking experience. The falls were beautiful and worth seeing if you like waterfalls!

Thank PhilipT
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Reviewed 22 June 2014 via mobile

Great one-two hour hike that rewards you with a waterfall at the end. The parking is limited with no picnic tables, although we did walk to a campground within eyesight. One complaint about this trail was that while only we passed a few hikers we were mixed in with 50 or more people tubing the river using 2/3 of the same trail. Nice falls though and nice easy hike.

Thank Marjpriedd
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Reviewed 21 June 2014

Indian Creek Falls is very pretty, and does not require a very long walk, like Abrams Falls or Laurel Falls. I definitely recommend Indian Creek Falls to everyone.

Thank Tyler418
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Reviewed 4 September 2013

These falls are best viewed by hiking down a small path. The falls are wide and with all of the rain the water was really flowing over the falls but unfortanately the day we were there the water was extremely muddy.

Thank rltipton86
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Reviewed 15 July 2013

We went to the Deep Creek area to find the three falls. Starting from the parking lot it's tough to tell where to begin. There are a couple of ways to go. We found the first one Juneywhank, but then wanted to also find Tom branch and Indian Creek falls. There are no signs posted, but we did have a trail description of where to go. Well, we got lost and had it not been for a ranger we ran into, we'd still be walking. All three falls are very nice and are high on my effort vs. reward scale. The trails are not particularly difficult or long (if you don't get lost), and the beauty of the falls is wonderful. Make sure you see all three.

Thank 19NH50
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