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The trailhead is hard to find as the sign is small and in a grove of trees. Did not see the falls...was not prepared to walk on stones in the river. Trail signs can be confusing. We actually ended up heading further into the park...More
We walked to the falls after work. Had a hard time finding the place because there are no signs on the road but if you find a water tower you are in the right place.
The walk to the falls from the parking lot is...More
Love to hike this falls one of three in the area but Short Springs is by all means my favorite bring fresh pair of sock and water shoes heck bring a backpack and a great lunch there are plenty of picnic spots. I have great...More
We hiked to Machine Falls today. It was unseasonably warm but the falls was beautiful!
Park at the water tank and follow the white blazes. This hike does have a steep descent to the falls. The loop path will also take you to the top...More
This place is great.
It's right off the road and a short, pretty hike down into the ravine. Probably about a mile, maybe more each way. Be prepared for the uphill climb back to the road.
Great parking near the water tower (?). Easy to...More
It depends. Unfortunately, the tail to the falls involves some pretty steep stairs and steps to get there. It's not like a casual stroll or anything. Depending on how old and the conditions of the hikers, this may or may not... More
It depends. Unfortunately, the tail to the falls involves some pretty steep stairs and steps to get there. It's not like a casual stroll or anything. Depending on how old and the conditions of the hikers, this may or may not be doable. There's no definitive answer, but I must say, if you can possibly do it, do! It's beautiful.