Aixa Willoughby

A Sunny Review

We lucked out with a beautiful day! There are trails you can take around the falls and they are all nice and easy. Was awesome to dip our feet in the water once we were done and just chill and take it all in. Love the fact that it's dog friendly! Also for any history buffs we came across an old farm house (blocked off) on one of the trails so could be fun to investigate that. There was a nice informative plaque about it. The trails themselves are easy but to get to them (at least the way we went) you might get a tad wet or have to do some jumping from rock to rock. Nothing extreme just something to keep in mind if you were going to take small children or dogs that can't jump well/like to get wet. Happy adventuring! The falls themselves warrant a 5 star rating, but the hike included is was got it to 4 stars. Nothing wrong with them just wasn't wowed to the 5 star status :)

A Sunny Review

Been to Inks a handful of times and have yet to do the same thing twice, there is just so much to do! Devils watering hole | where you can do some cliff diving (just be careful!) or just cool off and swim. Kayaking | loads of space to explore, there isn't a loop but it's still fun to paddle out! Food Truck | After hours on the water, naturally, we were ready to grub! As we came out of the water from where the boats dock is there is a small convenience shop. Right next to it is a food truck with a super friendly guy and super yummy food. Definitely worth a try! Hiking | Getting to Devils watering hole is a mini hike in itself but there are so many other hikes there too. So far I've only done the self guided Pecan Flats trail. (There is a printable guide with loads of awesome info on their website or you can ask for on at the park entrance) This hike includes the highest point in the park, what a view! And it is pretty well marked too (was a little tricky at the fist turn for us but we cracked out the map and were fine). Easy enough for all ages but also with the incline and change of terrain it isn't a 'walk in the park' either. We had a blast learning about all the things were passing and my dog Sunny had fun exploring all the new smells. That's all I've done so far and all I can give my 2 cents about but there is still so much more! More hikes, camping, fishing, boating, and they have guided tours as well sometimes.