Hidden Falls Adventure Park: Valley Road

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Valley Road is one of only a couple of 4x4 roads in the western half of Hidden Falls Adventure Park. This area of the park is primarily for ATV trails, so don't be surprised when you see many signs and intersections for those such trails. Valley Road is a multi-use trail designated for both 4x4s and ATVs. It boasts the most significant water crossing within the park as you start by crossing Camp Creek. Immediately following the creek crossing, you are greeted with a steep hill making up the most challenging part of the trail. The remainder of the trail is a hard-packed, 2-vehicle-wide road across open terrain with a single, 50-yard optional mud bog. The trail passes a few large gathering spots with shade that could make for good lunch spots in the summer. The road deadends a short distance north of its intersection with Park Road 4.

The park's rating system considers Valley Road a level 2 trail.

This trail is suitable for any high clearance vehicle.

Fees and Entry

Daily fees or extended memberships can be purchased at the park office. Entry into the park is on a first-come, first-served basis until the park reaches capacity, so be sure to arrive early.


Hidden Falls Adventure Park is only open Thursday thru Sunday, with 8 am and 9 am opening times and 2 pm-7 pm closing times depending on the day. Visit the park website for more information.


The park offers almost any type of accommodation you can think of. There are cabin rentals, bunkhouses, full RV hookups, dry campsites, and dispersed sites. Camping is only allowed in the designated areas and not on the trails. Reservations are required for all overnight camping. Visit the park website for booking information.