The park’s has a primitive picnic area located across the road from the parking lot.
Trail routes to the gorge and base of the waterfall are rugged and steep with uneven terrain. They have significant elevation drops and include walking along the rocky riverbed. Natural trail surfaces are varied and include water crossings, boulders and other obstacles. These are not improved trails.
Trails and rocks at the waterfall and gorge area are often slippery, so wear sturdy shoes and remember safety first. Keep in mind the weather when planning your visit. Sudden heavy rainfalls can result in flash floods and streams can become very dangerous.
This section of the Blackburn Fork Scenic River is too shallow for boating, however, the river provides decent wade and bank fishing for bass and Bluegill