Falls Trail: The Falls Trail, located along the Miller State Nature Preserve Trail, is a 1 mile long loop. Generally considered a moderate walk, this trail boasts classic Rocky Fork scenery with rock-scapes, sparkling streams, and beautiful spring flowers.
At one mile in length, the Falls Trail is the longest hiking trail at the Miller Nature Sanctuary. The Falls Trail follows Rocky Fork downstream to the extreme northeastern end of the preserve, passing its namesake near the half-way point. A small tributary enters from the north and tumbles over the gorge wall forming an impressive waterfall during wetter times of the year. Colorful displays of wildflowers abound along the lower section of the Falls Trail in the spring.
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