"A Wonderland for Hikers" Fall Creek Falls State Park Sports & Outdoors Tip by Stephen-KarenConn

  A Swinging Bridge on One of the Hiking Trails
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  • A Swinging Bridge on One of the Hiking Trails - Fall Creek Falls State Park
      A Swinging Bridge on One of the Hiking Trails
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  • Karen Hiking at Fall Creek Falls in Winter - Fall Creek Falls State Park
      Karen Hiking at Fall Creek Falls in Winter
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There are 10 short hiking trails in Fall Creek Falls State Park, ranging in length from .2 to 4.4 miles, and also two longer overnight trails, 12 and 13 miles long. At least three of the hiking trails cross swinging bridges as the one pictured here. The short trails are rated from easy to difficult, and the overnight trails are rated hard and moderate. A permit is required for to camp along the overnight trails.

There are also 6 trails in the park designated as bike trails. Three of these are wheelchair accessible, and the others are more difficult, rated for experienced mountain bike riders. All of the bike trails may also be used by hikers.

Directions: A map of the hike, bike, and backpack trails may be obtained from the park office, the Fall Creek Inn, or the Nature Center.
Phone: 1-423-881-3297
Theme: Hiking

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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