Hurst Falls at Cove Spring Park
The dedication plaque near the falls.
These steps will take you to the upland trail or you can go through the meadow and end up coming down the stairs to end your hike.
The creek bed had a small dripping stream near the bench at the foot of the stairs.
This is the old stone overflow structure just past the stairs.
This stone wall is pretty impressive when you see it.
A little color showing up on the ground.
I decided I would walk the spring spur and then head back by the upland trail.
The upland trail will take you back towards the stairs and shelter. The holly loop trail is a longer hike.
A bridge on the trail
There was still a lot of greenery since it was early fall.
It was a beautiful fall walk on the upland trail. The sun was shining through the trees and the ground was covered with leaves that crunched beneath your feet.
The upland trail is a nice hike with a beautiful canopy of trees.
You can see a portion of the meadow loop trail from here.
There are a few steps up to a portion of the trail.
You will end up at the stairs that lead down to the shelter. There is also a children's memorial at this park. I will include photos of that beautiful area in a separate blog.
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