Falling Creek Falls

Falling Creek Falls
Falling Creek Falls Map

Allowable Activities

HikingPicnickingWildlife Viewing

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Recreation

Falling Creek Falls is one of the District's gems. During normal water levels the creek roars over a 10-foot waterfall and flows under Falling Creek Road through a deep ravine before going underground.

The park area is managed through a partnership with Columbia County. For park information, contact Columbia County at:

The park is a featured recreation site with picnic tables, a boardwalk to the falls, and a historic building. Visitors may enjoy hiking, picnicking, and wildlife viewing.

Access

Falling Creek Falls tract from Lake City:

Travel north on US 41, pass under I-10, turn right on NW Falling Creek Road; travel 1 mile. The park is on the right before crossing the creek.

Size

  • 204 acres
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