The Park has some amazing waterfalls (and other attractions) which are within walking distance of the Nature Center. These are about a mile to a mile and a half hike from the Nature Center.
Horseshoe Falls is located just south of the Swinging Bridge (which can be found listed further down on this page) and is located on the Perimeter Trail. It is about a mile to a mile and a half away from the Nature Center/Pioneer Village area and also about the same distance from the parking area at the spillway area. Right after rainfalls the water flows a lot in the area and can create fast moving water. During the drier periods, the water flow will dry up as it is a natural waterway.
Crawdad Falls is another natural waterfall at the park. This one is the opposite direction of the Horseshoe Falls from the Nature Center and is also located on the Perimeter Trial. You will see a sign for it on the Pioneer Village Road on the Perimeter Trail. This is a natural shelf feature that creates a completely different waterfall experience than Horseshoe. This one is also a naturally fed waterfall so when it rains a lot it will flow heavily and when there hasn’t been rain in a while it will dry up.
The Swinging Bridge
The Swinging Bridge is located on the Perimeter Trail about a mile to mile and a half from the Nature Center and also about the same distance from the Spillway parking area if you are coming from that direction. It is located just upstream from the Horseshoe Falls.