DO NOT CROSS THE BRIDGE. The entrance path to this beautiful waterfall is about 50 feet before the bridge. We parked at Hedge Creek Falls entrance parking lot. Go early, limited spots. Bring cash if you want to buy some local raw honey that is located at the beginning of the trail head of Hedge Creek Falls. Bring bug spray if you’re attracted to anything that flys. Right when we were about to hike the trail, a 10 year old kid came running out and told us he was stung by some hornet. Another family with a little toddler also turned around. They told us it was right at the beginning of the water crossing. When we got to the water crossing path, we were worried, but our bug repellent must have scared them away. We didn’t run into any issues with the hornets. Bring water shoes, a towel, and a bag! The water did get to knee deep, half way to my thighs at some point, I’m about 5’3. Take your time with the slippery rocks. Almost ate it a couple times, but the river didn’t get me. Once you finished the water crossing, get to that top, and turn right! Hike another quarter mile, BEFORE the bridge, start keeping an eye out for a turn out to see the waterfall entrance path. You should also be able to hear the waterfall as you’re getting near it! Items you must bring - bug repellent, water shoes, good hiking shoes, towel, and plastic bag for your wet water shoes.