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This was beautiful in March can't imagine it in spring for summer. Was not hard to find and you park along the road. A little bit of a hike and some climbing if you really want to see all of it. We all managed fine...More
We found this "suggestion" on Trip Advisor and added it to the list of our adventures for the day. We didn't make it there until later in the day, which wasn't necessarily good.
When you look for this in your GPS, just GPS Rutledge Falls...More
Went in July and was hoping for the full falls and we got it! Just beautiful and the sound was so peaceful. Excellent place to picnic if you bring a blanket to spread over a large rock. Not recommended for toddlers as there are lots...More
Rutledge Falls is very beautiful. I attend the church across the street which is amazing itself. The waterfall is something you don't see everyday especially in the small town it is in. It goes way back on the trails, and is very pretty. The rocks...More
We went to Rutledge Falls today and loved every minute. Beautiful place and well worth the hike down into the falls area. Wear good sturdy water shoes, no flip flops bc the rocks are a bit slippery and unsteady. I put my phone in a...More
Response from sdeandlde | Reviewed this property |
The falls are actually on private land but the owners allow people to visit (there are signs posted saying this). Therefore, there are no set hours but it would be dangerous to visit the falls in the dark as the main trail... More
The falls are actually on private land but the owners allow people to visit (there are signs posted saying this). Therefore, there are no set hours but it would be dangerous to visit the falls in the dark as the main trail is steep and often slippery.