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Falling Waters State Park, Chipley
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Went through Chipley while evacuating hurricane Mathew. We stopped by and hiked up to where the falls are and the sinkholes. The falls were dry (dry in that part of Florida now) but want to go back wh... read more »
We had a very peaceful stay here. The sites are nice, they have some paved ones and some gravel. All sites have a fire ring with cooking grill attached, picnic tables, and our table had handicap acces... read more »
(Warning: Young Tampa Bay adults in for the weekend) We came here for the purpose of witnessing the sink holes and waterfall—nothing else yet once we entered the park it seemed as if the mere appearan... read more »
We booked a tent campsite online and arrive late in the evening. We were shocked to find electrical outlets (pun intended), water, fire circle, and picnic tables, and even large poles in the ground to hang hammocks from! Bathrooms are easily found as is the swimming hole. The waterfall would have been awesome if I didn't learn there channels were dug into it in the past to divert grey water from oil drilling some hundred years ago. Still nice to water. There's poles that instruct you how to take a photo and upload it to the ecologists that record the effects of controlled burns over time. (Don't forget the timestamp!). On Sunday morning there was a religious service that we opted out of but seemed like nice people. We camped out here, walked and ran some trails before going to the Caverns park. 9/10 only because of the sad story about oil refuse but that's not enough to take off a star because the park is actually gorgeous.
Super cute place to hike for the day. Water fall is pretty cool to see. Not as majestic as you would Invision, but really neat in context. Swimming areas and both wood and concrete walkways make this place a pleasant way to spend the day.
This is a really awesome park.. I got married there and the staff did everything they could to make my day the best... Ranger Jacob was really nice and helped with anything he could... The water fall was amazing and its a really beautiful park... Thank you to all the staff members that helped us... I would recommend this place to anyone.
This was a beautiful park with a fair amount of hiking trails. The pricing was good, but if you are on a bicycle or hiking be aware that the path into the park is very hilly. There was a lot of maintenance going on along the hiking paths when we were there but overall it was a very pleasant experience.
We go camping here at least 5 times a year and we love it! Family friendly and laid back!
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