This is the best place to explore for all ages. There were babies in packs and toddlers climbing rocks, as well as many senior citizens out exploring.
The path to the falls is clearly marked and short. About 5 minutes to the falls. You can see them great from the road too, if you just want to drive by.
The path is soft sand, so be sure to wear good shoes. We recommend THESE so you're not walking around with your shoes full of sand. Plus, if your feet get wet, they will dry fast but still give you traction as you climb the sandstone (it gets a little slippery).
You can go barefoot but if the sun is out, the sand will be too hot.
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Prepare for a crowd and possibly no parking on the weekend
We recommend mid week visits. We went Monday around 10am and it was perfect
Water shoes recommended. These are the best for hiking and water HERE and HERE.
Dogs allowed on leash
Jump at your own risk (we did it last time we went)
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