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The short and relatively easy trail to Tiptoe Falls makes this hike enjoyable for the whole family. You’ll find this waterfall on Fall Creek—a short, steep tributary of Pescadero Creek.
As you walk, keep your eyes peeled for banana slugs, salamanders, and newts.
Portola Redwoods State Park contains a diverse forest including coast redwoods, Douglas fir, and the endangered Santa Cruz cypress tree. You’ll also find tan oak, madrone, California bay laurel, canyon live oak, big leaf maple, and California wax myrtle throughout the park. The creeks that run through the park are home to silver salmon and steelhead trout. With 18 miles of trails, a family campground, group campsites, and a trail camp for backpackers, there are plenty of options for exploration.