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Falling Waters State Park

#1 of 5 things to do in Chipley Features Animals
1130 State Park Rd, Chipley, FL 32428-4455
+1 850-638-6130
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Very nice place to camp. We came here as a stop over from Navarre Beach heading to TN. Campground... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Rhonda D
Enjoying Nature

I was a little dispointed that their was no water fall. But the boardwalks made up for that. THis... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Melissa W
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Pensacola, Florida, United States
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“swimming area” (18 reviews)
“small lake” (7 reviews)
“easy hike” (3 reviews)
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1130 State Park Rd, Chipley, FL 32428-4455
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+1 850-638-6130
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Reviewed yesterday

Very nice place to camp. We came here as a stop over from Navarre Beach heading to TN. Campground was quiet and sites are separated by trees and great price. Water fall was disappointing, nothing more than a trickle. Enjoyed the hike though.

Thank Rhonda D
Reviewed 5 days ago

I was a little dispointed that their was no water fall. But the boardwalks made up for that. THis has a beautiful campground area. Very peaceful.

Thank Melissa W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The park has some nice big covered tables with 2-4 tables under them. It is a nice place for a family picnic or church group. You can call the park and reserve a space for free. There's a nice large, clean rest room area ....More

Thank blc133789
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Of course since we've been experiencing a drought the "waterfall" was more of a trickle. The park ranger notified us of this as we entered the park. Nonetheless, it was really neat to walk the trails, see the area sinkholes, and the hole to which...More

1  Thank MeredithandJoe
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Rainstorms were moving in from the west as we left the Tampa area and we drove through at least three rainstorms on our way west on I-10. Falling Waters SP was one of the planned stops and our timing was perfect. The skies cleared and...More

3  Thank Bill H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was expecting...a waterfall. I know that it hasn't rained a lot so that's understandable but we literally starting laughing when we saw "Florida's tallest waterfall." It is "tall" because it falls into a sinkhole. And I heard the sinkholes were actually pretty unique to...More

1  Thank SSleinad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The waterfall can dry up, so check before you go if the rains have been absent to see if the waterfall is currently running. The bathrooms were adequate. Not the best I've dealt with, but a far cry from the worst. The camping area seemed...More

Thank thefathiker
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Spent 4 nights in the campground in a rv. The campground has 20 usable sites(4 more are for hosts). No sewer sites(except for host sites) but there is a convenient dump station. A moderate .5 mile hike to the "waterfall" from the campground. In mid...More

Thank Timex51
Reviewed 21 April 2017

We visit the park in April was quiet, very well maintained. The fall is something unique at least in Florida and the place has a long history.

Thank Ariel A
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Nice and clean trails, part boardwalk and part paved. The road to the swimming area is paved. Small beach and picnic tables plus shower and bathrooms near the water. Many interpretive plaques. The falls are impressive even if not a lot of water is falling....More

Thank Sarracenia
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Addie S
I'm trying to organize a camping trip with non campers and its proving difficult. Do the campsites have running water and outlets? Do you have bathrooms and showers as well? Your camp looks beautiful!
29 March 2017|
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Response from Cole H | Reviewed this property |
Yes the campsites have running water and electricity. It was actually a really nice place to camp. There are bathrooms with showers also. Great place to see. Also while you are here, visit the caverns in Marianna for a few... More
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Yona G
how far is the nearest hotel from the falling waters state park
11 January 2017|
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Response from Boscheeku13 | Reviewed this property |
We live in Panama City Beach and just made the short drive there only about 40 minutes.
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RiverDog9
Hi, wondering what tent camping fees for weekend fri-sat nights for a couple and a small dog? Are there public grilles and pavilions with rest rooms and bath houses?
4 August 2016|
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Response from Jason D | Reviewed this property |
We go a few times a year and LOVE tent camping. Your pets are allowed as long as you keep them leashed, though not allowed on the beach. This is one of the cleanest State Parks we have experienced, and the Staff is... More
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