Recommended by: Kelle Singelton. “It’s a nice hike in the fall when the leaves are changing and the smells of autumn come to life,” she says. Whiteoak Falls, the park’s second-highest, measures 86 feet and makes a great photo op.
When she was about 12 years old, Kelle’s parents bought a plot of land bordering the park so they could all go camping. “Consequently my family would head to the park almost every weekend, pretty much dragging along anyone who was visiting us,” Kelle says. “We always felt like the park was partly ours since we lived so close to it.”