These waterfalls are accessed from the State Fish Hatchery & Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education. They are small, but worth the hike. Cedar Rock Falls is a favorite small waterfall and Upper Cedar Rock Falls is just above that. Grogan Creek Falls is about a mile past Cedar Rock Falls and has been recently improved by someone cutting away a lot of the rhododendron that was partially blocking the view of the falls. The hike to these falls is easy to moderate and kid-friendly but requires a little scrambling near the falls to get good views and photos. These trails are also mountain bike trails, so beware! Most riders are very courteous and realize that hikers have right of way, but it's easier for a hiker to step out of the way and allow the bikers to pass. The hike to Cedar Rock Falls is just under a mile. Grogan Creek Falls is a 2-mile hike.
The trail to the 20' high Cedar Rock Falls is a fairly easy hike and is just under a mile.