Hike to Falling Creek Falls

Florida Falling Creek Falls Trailhead

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Hike to a lesser-known waterfall through a meadow and floodplain forest.

The hike starts out in a meadow before heading into the forest. Continue past the junction at 0.2 miles. The boardwalk takes you through the floodplain forest.

There is a viewing platform above the falls. Head back from here, and at the trail junction turn to loop to the parking lot.

Photo Credit: US Forest Service – South Region

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  • Hiking boots
  • Sun protection
  • Water
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Activities:

Hiking

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Trail Type:

Loop

Distance:

0.6 Miles

Rating:

Features:

Forest
Waterfall

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about 1 year ago

Columbia County's Little Gem

It's a nice hike to the fall, nothing strenuous at all. It's all boardwalk and they have recently added a newer section that goes off to the South. Just a pretty little patch of woods and marsh. It's best to go in the rainy season so the fall is running.

about 1 year ago

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