The 164-foot waterfall is located on the backside of the Santa Ynez Mountains near Solvang. The hike to the falls is a little over a half mile round-trip and is suitable for almost all ages.
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A seasonal 164 -foot tall waterfall at the end of short tree lined trail
To get to the park from Santa Barbara take Highway 101 north past Gaviota towards Buellton. Here, Highway 101 leads through Las Cruces and Gaviota Canyons, and over what’s referred to as Nojoqui Summit before descending down towards Nojoqui Creek and the turnoff to the park. As you’re descending down towards Nojoqui Creek look for Old Coast Highway on your right and the signed turn off to the park. Head south on Old Coast Highway less than a mile to Alisal Road. Turn left onto Alisal Road and continue east less than a mile to the park entrance, on your right. The park entrance can also be reached from Solvang by way of Alisal Road.