I have been on this hike many times over the years with my family and with friends. It has plenty of parking if you follow the circle around. There are two outhouses for public use at the entrance to the trail and there are picnic tables as well. When you enter you can do a five km hike if you keep to the right or if you keep to your left it takes about 20 min in. You are surrounded by nature and the path follows the brook for the most part once you are inside. The falls are long and in three parts. They are not wide like Mary Ann Falls but three times as high. So serene. Yes there is a new bridge and the trails are groomed. Depending on the time of year depends on how well the falls are spilling, but beautiful nonetheless.
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