Enjoy a hike and a swim at Turner Falls Park. Two trails lead to the base of the falls and the pool at Honey Creek. The 6.1 sq km (1,500 acre) park features several more paths that guide you past rock formations, caves, and thick forest growth. Take the trail that passes a castle built in the 1930s, and explore inside its stone walls. At the falls, relax on the benches or take a dip in the pool. Remember to bring your swimsuit and sunscreen. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Davis holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Turner Falls Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Turner Falls Park reviews
This park is wonderful camping, swimming, trails, don’t believe all the reviews that you read. Sure you’ll see some trash here and there and trashy people. It wasn’t too crowded even for a weekend... more »
Really really looking line for getting into park that inched it’s way in. We had made online reservations in advance and came early at 8:30 am but we still had to wait in lone for over 1.5 hours... more »
A beautiful park with different activities for all, it has a stunning waterfall in the middle of the mountain range; with couple natural swimming pools and a long swallow river for everyone to enjoy in hot weather. A castle, cabins, grills, caves and trails to enjoy the mother nature. Come prepared with food, drinks and comfortable clothes. They have shuttles available for people to travel inside the park which helps as the park is quite spread out. Plenty of police presence which makes one feel safe. Both the pools are deep and steep for kids under 13 so bring life vests for their safety. A must go place if you are in the area. A must do is slide and jump in the pool. Parking can be a bit of issue near the pools but make use of the shuttle when you park on the hills or far away from the pool. Overall ample of parking space and picnic space available.
Turner Falls is really nice. We enjoyed it. The Fall is beautiful and I was pleasantly surprised that the water was so clear. I absolutely was not expecting that. So many people were swimming in what they call the "Creeks" created from the stream that runs from the Fall. It was a really neat stop and a great place to have a cookout or picnic!
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