George W. Childs Park, Dingmans Ferry

(4.5/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This is one of our favorite stops. We come here about twice a year to walk the trails. I use a cane or a walking stick. There are some steep areas. This is not ADA accessible for wheelchairs. The trai...  more »
  • A beautiful place to see several waterfalls. The pathways have been improved recently which makes for a mostly smoother walk. There are still some path areas with tree roots and rocky terrain & sectio...  more »
  • I love parks! Throw in a park with waterfalls? Absolutely breathtaking! Pictures just don't do it justice. This is A MUST.  more »
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  • Beautiful trail. Got here around 3pm and there was plenty of parking. Its probably more crowded during the summer. This was my first hike and it was pretty easy. There were a few waterfalls on this trail, they were small but still very pretty. Great weather for hiking now. Bring some sandwiches and grab a quick bite by the waterfall. There are no trash cans so take your garbage with ya!
  • Beautiful and kid friendly!! Amazing during every season! Taking the entire hike will be about two hours if you stop to really see all the falls and historic sites Free parking available Cannot bike through, too many stairs. Walking trail only. Lots of picnic areas.
  • Lovely and easy hike through the woods, weaving through a small stream and charming waterfalls. The park is clean and well paved for the beginning. Then it turns into an easy trail that can be circled around in about 1 hour. The waterfalls are pretty. They are not huge, but lovely. Bring a little picnic, sit off the trail and enjoy a family fun afternoon in the woods!
  • The park is really lovely and the walkways/trails fairly easy to navigate even for our ten year old. Parking was easy and the lot had plenty of room. The bathrooms were a little rough so use one before or after your visit if you can. The only downside for me were the people climbing all over and diving into the pools despite the plethora of warnings...because people treat this park like a swimming pool there was some trash and broken glass. I'd recommend bringing a big zip lock bag so you can take your own trash in and out. All in all, a great day trip and a gorgeous place to explore.
  • Great park! Trails and waterfalls are very nice! Gives opportunities to customize your hike making it easier or more difficult by continuing the path or swinging back around.