Wolf Creek Falls
Nestled among the big trees in an old growth forest, the 1.2 mile forest trail that leads to the cascading two-tier waterfall that plummet 745 feet into a pool below. Open year round, the trail to the waterfalls follows the Wolf Creek under the shaded canopy of tall timber. Water flows do vary from full-fan in the spring in spring to a narrowed spout in late summer.
A restroom and additional parking are located across the road from the foot bridge.
- Family Fun
- Wildlife Viewing
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