The centerpiece of High Falls Park is the 35-feet waterfall. Formed by Town Creek, the falls span some 300 feet across at times.
Near the base of the impressive High Falls is a natural bridge. This 25-feet span of rock features a large arch, eroded by the flow of water over hundreds of years.
A pedestrian bridge spanning the gorge takes hikers to the far side of Town Creek. Positioned a few yards above High Falls, the bridge provides a picture-perfect view upstream and downstream to the falls.
WARNING: Swimming and diving in such a rugged
terrain is considerably dangerous; pursue these activities at your
own risk. Visitors are advised to avoid the rough waters below the
High Falls Park features trails that provide visitors with scenic vistas of the falls and creek. A large pavilion with tables welcomes the family gathering or quiet picnic, and a rustic playground offers children a playful diversion.