Twin Falls Overlook

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Twin Falls Overlook

4500 Lake Mary Rd.
California 93546

37.611296, -119.010605

(760) 924-5500

Dog-Friendly: On leash, yes    Kid-Friendly: Yes

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We visited the Twin Falls Overlook on one of our road trips with the hopes of hiking below but then a wildfire literally blew in while we were there.  It was surreal watching one of the most beautiful, untouched overlooks I’d ever seen slowly turn into a dusty haze before our eyes.  This ended up being a very tragic wildfire during the summer of 2020.

While you’re in the area, make sure to visit Convict Lake nearby!

With that said, there looked to be a trail that takes you to the bottom of the falls.  Hopefully one day I will get to explore below!  To reach the waterfall itself is a 2 minute hike and quite mighty.  You have the opportunity to get up-close with it, similar to Lower Eagle Falls in Lake Tahoe.  For this reason it is very easy for a tragedy to occur.  Please admire the falls from a safe distance so you don’t make headlines.

Twin Falls Overlook

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