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The hike is short, about 1km each way with a bunch of stairs to the lookout. Took us less than 30 minutes and we took our time. The area is beautiful, with trees growing on top of rocks and moss covered boulders against the backdrop...More
We stayed at a B&B in Kings Point and I went for an early morning run. It was beautiful and I found myself at the bottom of these falls. Wonderful path and well maintained stairs up to the viewpoint. There are some tent platforms in...More
Visible from the road, it's actually worth pulling into the parking area where there is a picnic/viewing stand looking out onto the lower falls. There is a trail by the side but it's a little steep so we didn't bother.
Toilets on site as well
Go, you wont regret this place! Pack a lunch and enjoy! The natural beauty is wonderful. There is an excellent boardwalk, but it has many steps, so that may be a concern for some people who have mobility concerns. If you cannot do the steps...More
A small sign caught our eyes on the road into Kings Point we parked and walked into a magical forest where nomes or hobbits could live😘
A fabulous set of stairs took you up to see this amazing water falls into
Well worth the walk....More
A really nice short walk along the side of a stream, up quite a few steps and nice views of the falls from the top lookout platform. The guide book said that there was an outhouse here but they wasn't!
The tall falls can majestically rush with water after the rain, first thing in the spring and roars like a jet engine. Sometimes in midsummer when I visit it has a silver ribbon of water that follows the boulder creek to the ocean in Green...More
The Falls are only one of the highlights of Rattling Brook. The hike is relatively easy and in the hard parts there are the boardwalks and stairs to make it interesting. The falls themselves can be seen from a long distance and up close are...More