Hidden Falls Adventure Park: Rocky

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Rocky starts near Area B and passes by the most notorious hill climbs in the park, like Penthouse, Dammit Derek, and Loose Rock. Rocky begins as a reasonably easy, hard-packed trail as it circles the south and east end of Wildcat Mountain, with only a few small sections of bumpy football-sized rocks. Once passing Revenge and heading northeast toward Feeder Creek, the trail finally presents a rightfully named challenge with a rocky, chewed-up hill peppered with large tombstone and tire-sized rocks. Careful tire placement and good ground clearance will be necessary to avoid differential hits or rocker panel damage.

This trail best suits modified vehicles with larger tires, skid plates, and traction aid devices.

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.