In the wrong place on the map. It is about 30 miles north of shown. Was closed and in disrepair.
Sadly, it is currently CLOSED due to Covid
Looked very nice but parking was quite tight. It was a very busy day so no parking available. We have a Class B camper and were able to negotiate through the parking lot and leave. Anything bigger then 24’ would have been in trouble.
5/22/19. Closed! 😩
Correction it looked
Like a residence ( not didn’t look like a residence).
Tried to visit the Lavender farm but it didn’t look like a private residence and I couldn’t find any lavender fields. Not worth the stop.
Website doesn’t appear to work.
As we were walking towards this falls and small canyon, I was thinking this is lame. But when we got there, (short 1/4 mile walk) it was actually pretty cool. We parked at the top and walked down because we weren’t sure of the road but 4 Wheel drives and SUVs and small campers like our class B or a small class C, would have no problem getting down there on a good dry day. We also found you can camp down near the water for free for up to 14 days....had we a flyrod we might’ve stayed. Worth the trip if you want to stretch your legs but not the most exciting falls.
What a serene little park with lots of quirky wooden structures and a wonderful grist mill from one of my all time favorite movies! Unexpected, lovely place, but unfortunately not dog friendly. ☹️