Spend your time eating!
Okay... this is an official trail! There is a large paved parking area with picnic table. The trail takes off from the parking lot, drops downhill, turns right and treks over to a less than impressive waterfall formation. There is a large meadow and a few more picnic tables. The kids of all ages can climb up and over the falls. If it is wintertime, the frozen water formations take on some interesting shapes, but most of the year this may serve best as a good place to let the dog out of the car for a bit of exercise.
The highway overlooks the falls and the meadow; fortunately there is little to no traffic this far into the forest.
If beer is included in your picnic at least you will not be too far from your car, but be forewarned: it is uphill back to the parking lot.
As much as I find this trail lacking, it probably sees more use than 95% of the other official trails in this area. Also, there should not be any ATV's traipsing through your picnic!
If you have been up hiking some of the nicer trails, go ahead and stop in to see this little wonder... then, wonder why you bothered! Okay... the real distance is .2 miles, but HAZ would not accept that as valid. Walk all the way over to the falls and back, with a few loops around the picnic table and you'll log about half that mile!
This hike is listed as One-Way.
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