We did the WALK (all 3.4 miles in each direction for nearly 7 miles of hiking in the 101 degree heat), and if this place wasn't as beautiful as it was, I would have hated life. It's a LONG hike along the Hummingbird paved trail from Little Shoals to Big Shoals (with 2 kids, arthritis, and the heat) but we saw plenty of WONDERFUL on the way, from a gopher tortoise moseying along, to five deer leaping across the trail in front of us (one was a fawn!!!), and the water was still as a mirror where we ended up. We never DID see the rapids (I twisted my ankle walking down the "steps" to the water so we turned around), but all in all, it's a truly enjoyable experience. I wouldn't suggest YOUNG children be made to walk that trail though (even though it is level and paved) as 3.4 miles is longer than you think and there is little shade.
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