We have only been to Fall Creek Falls State Park to hike and haven't had the chance to camp yet, although I would love to go back for a full camping experience. We started out viewing the massive 254 foot Fall Creek from an overlook and headed down to the base of the falls on a trail that was fairly strenuous and rocky at times. On another trail going towards the nature center, we viewed the Cane Creek Falls, which are only 85 feet, but still rather impressive. Only few people were there, so we sat on some rocks and dipped our feet. The water continues to flow around a small bend which we followed, and came across the top of another waterfall. By the time we reached the nature center, we were at the Cane Creek Cascades Falls, which are 45 feet and flow into a swimming hole area that was quite crowded but its pretty fun to splash around.
|A suspension bridge crosses Cane Creek just above the falls. This connects to the trails that lead to Fall Creek Falls and the overlook to Cane Creek Falls.|