Boulder Field is a huge flat clearing in the forest filled with large rocks that ring like metal when you hit them.
Hawk Falls is a picturesque 25 footer tall waterfall located within Hickory Run State Park. Due to the park's location and popularity, the falls is very popular and often overcrowded. The falls are located at the end of a 0.6 mile trail which wonders through rhododendron, across a footbridge, and over some very rocky terrain.
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How To Get There
The parking area can be majorly overflowing with hundreds of cars (yes, seriously). Be careful, it is a busy road. The trail is easy to find going into the woods. The trail passes through some rhododendron and then crosses the creek on a footbridge. It gets very rocky from then onward. A trail branches off to the right and goes to the top of the falls. But to see the falls from the bottom, continue on the main trail. It goes out around a loop, and after ducking under some rhododendron and walking about .6 miles, you eventually come to the bottom front of the falls.
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A low but intense rushing waterfall surrounded by boulders and pine trees located in the Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area.
Choke Creek Falls
Choke Creek Falls is a wonderful sanctuary of beautiful waterfalls hidden within the Pinchot State Forest surrounded by trees and boulders.