Green Valley Falls

Green Valley Falls was really more of a Summer time swimming hole. Consisting of an upper and lower waterfall set, I saw the potential for a very happening spot to cool off from the heat and take…

Borrego Palm Canyon Falls

Borrego Palm Canyon Falls was our main waterfalling excuse to explore the most popular trail in the Anza Borrego State Park. The Borrego Palm Canyon Trail earned its notoriety because the…

Three Sisters Falls

Three Sisters Falls was probably the second most popular waterfall in San Diego County behind the neighboring Cedar Creek Falls. As you can see from the photos on this page, it was indeed an…

Cottonwood Creek Falls

Cottonwood Creek Falls was a series of small waterfalls hidden away in the desert-like terrain near Pine Valley well downslope of Mt Laguna. While you may look at the photo at the top of this page…

Jack Creek Falls

Jack Creek Falls was a bouldery waterfall that appeared to require some precise timing in order to see it perform. In our case, we thought that a series of saturation storms in the span of a…

Mildred Falls

Mildred Falls was an ephemeral waterfall that appeared to have a very short life. I’ve witnessed this waterfall on two separate occasions, where the first time I showed up was on the second dry day…

Cedar Creek Falls

Cedar Creek Falls was certainly one of the most attractive (if not the most attractive) waterfalls in San Diego County. What made it so appealing was the bare rocks enclosing the rocky oasis-like…

Kitchen Creek Falls

Kitchen Creek Falls sits within the typically hot and dry Cleveland National Forest about 50 miles east of San Diego. Seeing the falls flowing requires quite a bit of…