Devil’s Fork Trail
Devil’s Fork is a 6.9 mile loop trail. The trail leads to a popular geologic feature known as the Devil’s Bathtub. The lower portion of the trail follows a stream, Devils Fork, and meanders by numerous small waterfalls.
Difficulty: This trail is rugged, with uneven footing, and more than ten stream crossings with no bridges. Portions of the trail are steep and slippery. Visitors should be prepared for a strenuous hike and should plan accordingly. Also, check weather conditions before starting as water levels could be higher following a significant rainfall. Start your trek early enough to finish before sunset. Allow at least 3 hours to complete the trail. Multiple hikers have had to be rescued from this trail because they did not take proper precautions.
Parking: This trail is popular and trailhead parking is limited. The access road to the small trailhead may require a high clearance vehicle. Additional parking is available at a nearby county park. If the parking lot is full, please consider finding an alternate hike. There are plenty of other equally beautiful places to explore in this area. Be respectful of neighboring private property owners and of the trail.