Top 10 Southern California Waterfalls

Our Top 10 Best Southern California Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited in our own backyard. It’s sure to change as we continue to collect more falls.

Legoland And Waterfalls Trip Itinerary – January 6, 2017 to January 8, 2017

This trip was really about letting the kids have fun at Legoland. However, Julie, Tahia, and I showed up a day earlier than my brother’s family.  Therefore, we had an opportunity to fit in a waterfall hike…

“Hiking or Legoland” (Cedar Creek Falls and Legoland – January 6, 2017 to January 8, 2017)

For just two hours in the park, I didn’t want to spend this kind of money. But Julie was insistent on us going in to park. Our verbal disagreement made the parking attendant uncomfortable and then…

Return to Julian Trip Itinerary – January 22, 2016 to January 24, 2016

This trip was a repeat of what Julie and I had done nearly 8 years prior. The difference with this trip was that we had endured a bit of a drought, there was no unexpected snow storm, and we came in with more knowledge…

“Rekindling Valentines Adventures” (Julian, Cedar Creek Falls, Three Sisters Falls, Cottonwood Creek Falls – January 22, 2016 to January 24, 2016)

As we pulled out of the Jeremy’s on the Hill lot at 8:05pm, we were precariously driving on the Hwy 78 as we realized that the visibility on the road was quite poor. With all the twistiness…

Cedar Creek Falls

The Cedar Creek waterfall is not flowing as of July 10, 2012. The pools are becoming stagnated algea ponds. While some people have stated this is an easy hike, that statement can be very subjective to your physical fitness. This is a hike for the physically fit and not recommended for children and pets – […]

My dog and I love the hike and the falls (Cedar Creek Falls)

Rocky (black lab mix) and I hike 3-6 miles per day in the Ramona area. We hiked down the new trail to the falls from the Ramona side on Friday, June 10, 2011. We started about 4:30 p.m. bringing enough water for both of us (a hydration pack for me, a 24 oz. bottle for […]

Summer to Cedar Creek Falls is Dangerous

It is very dangerous this time of year to hike the trail to Cedar Creek Falls. We are rescuing 3-4 people a day and 3 dogs have died from careless owners hiking down with their dogs. Temps are very high and it’s very dangerous. If you have questions call the USFS San Vicente Fire Station […]