Falling Waters State Park, Chipley
Falling Waters State Park is a 171-acre Florida state park located three miles south of Chipley, Washington County in northwestern Florida. The park contains a 73-foot waterfall, the highest in the state.
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As DI Fall 2013. Nice park clean and well maintained. The campground is the highest one if Florida and one of the older ones as well. The tall pines make for nice hiking since the park is rather small. The best time to visit is after the rainy season because the water fall is fed from the swimming area that way there is ample water for the falls. Camp loop is paved and sites are gravel and kinda sloped.
Ken Corigliano I took my girlfriend here a while back and it was very pretty. Not too much to do, if you bring your running shoes, MTB or swim shorts it could be a half-day adventure. The animals were abundant and scenery eye-catching. Definitely go here if you're traveling on the Interstate and want a break. Expensive to get in.