Limekiln Falls is spectacular. It pours 100 feet down a wall of limestone, and fans out very wide at the base. You can scramble up and get very close to the falls. This one is a beauty. After crossing the second bridge along the trail, look for a spur trail to the right. You will cross Limekiln Creek, and then skip and hop your way along the creek to the waterfall, crossing the creek several times. The trail is easy to follow, and there are rocks or boards to allow easy creek crossings. If you're looking for a place to camp, we would recommend the campground in this park. We didn't camp here, but it seemed like an excellent campground, most sites were right alongside pretty Limekiln Creek.
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