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Noccalula Falls Park & Campground, Gadsden
(4.2/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
The train ride, petting zoo and pioneer village area of the park is closed until March 1st. Mini Golf is also close until spring. The Black Creek trails and the falls overlook area are open during daylight hours.
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Reviews
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  • It was a great park for our 4 year old. Apparently there is a drought, so the only water falling was a trickle. Still a nice relaxing afternoon. We brought our lunch from Flip Side Cafe and sat out on...  more »
  • Recently camped with my son here and we had a wonderful stay. The Falls and the area are GORGEOUS. The campground was clean, well kept, and well lit. There is a pool, small playground, volleyball cour...  more »
  • The falls are pretty, but the park is really worth taking kids to and letting them see, feel, touch and smell what it was like to live in a bygone era. Take a picnic make a day out of it, let the kids...  more »
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  • When I was a child several years ago this place was fabulous to me. Most recently my son had his second grade field trip there and he loved it as well as all the other second graders that attended. We were very grateful at how easy they made the trip. They have added so much more since I was a child and now the area is just as great but with more options inside the park. Conveniently located to several surrounding counties and not very costly to attend and participate. Highly recommended as a place to attend as a group.
  • Well kept grounds. No water at the falls but still pretty hike. Train rides for all. Zoo area - feed and pet the animals. Gift shop. Clean Restrooms. Vending machines. Free parking. Admission fee is low.
  • Great price /location nice bath house. WiFi so overloaded, couldn't get on,20 attempts. Waterfall no water. Felt safe, great staff. Store across street.
  • It is a local, state, regional & national treasure! Be mesmerized by Mother Nature right here in Etowah County! #nature #beauty #NaturalIsm #NaturalSplendor #camping #hiking #waterplay
  • I have been going there since I was a kid. A lot has changed but the falls is still a wonderful place to go. I don't go into the part where you have to pay so I don't know anything about the caged animals. I like to hike down along the bank and go under the falls. Yes it's a little hard getting down, and back up but if you know where to go you will be ok as long as you wear good sturdy shoes and are able to walk down steep inclines. I have a lot of physical problems but I suck it up and hike down anyway. It is worth it.