Toquerville Falls is a beautiful and isolated place. It can be only reached by a 17-km (11-mi) dirt road that can be covered on foot or by a 4WD SUV like Jeep. Toquerville Falls is located near the town of Toquerville, Utah. Toquerville Falls is a two-stage waterfall that is fed by waters from La Verkin Creek. The best time to visit the waterfall is from early spring through fall. Summers are the most crowded. Avoid going in winter or after rain, as the area gets wet and muddy.
The rugged road takes about one hour from Toquerville. To get there, take Spring Dr. from Toquerville that goes all the way to the falls. The first two miles (three kilometers) of the dirt trail are the hardest due to the abundance of boulders and rocks. Mind that the phone reception is poor outside Toquerville and there are very few people on that track.
In the summer, waterfalls are a great place for a picnic and refreshing splashing activities for children. There is a swimming hole in the lower section of the waterfall. Mind that its edges can be slippery. The water in the creek is not suitable for drinking.