Please Note: Reservations are required for access to the trails within the Eaton Canyon Natural Area. Timed entry reservations are free and available online at: https://reservations.lacounty.gov.
Eaton Canyon is an easily accessible trail within Eaton Canyon Natural Area Park, a 190-acre nature preserve situated at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. The trail offers an enjoyable hike through oak forests and riparian woodlands. Docent guided tours are also provided from Eaton Canyon Nature Center.
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Timed entry reservations are free and available online at: https://reservations.lacounty.gov.
Timed entry reservations for the Eaton Canyon trail are available online at: https://reservations.lacounty.gov . The reservations are available for 3-hour increments Wednesday to Sunday from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
***Please note: Each reservation will permit entry for one vehicle or up to four people walking in and there is no need to make a reservation for each person in your party. Reservations are free and must be made in advance (by at least the day before your visit). No same-day reservations or walk-ins allowed. Face coverings that cover nose, mouth and chin are required in buildings, parking lots, trail heads, when passing people on the trails and at destination spots.
I use to Love to take my horse to the water fall Not sure if this is still possible I have my great pictures of me and my Black stallion Diablo at the water fall at all Seasons several times
Horses are allowed on the Eaton Canyon Trail, however the path that leads to the waterfall is operated by the US Forest Service. Please contact the USFS for more information at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/angeles/
Eaton Canyon Trail is about 2.5 miles of uneven ground, bouldering, sharp ups and downs, and crossing the Eaton Canyon Creek several times on your way to the waterfall. On this trail I would suggest wearing close toed shoes and having an extra pair of socks for the hike. You will cross the creek several times and you will get wet the rocks are slippery you could jam your foot on another rock or a sharp edge. After the rains the water can reach waist high levels and you should have dry socks to avoid any type of rash on your feet created from the hike while walking. The difficulty level on the trail is not very hard beginning hikers could easily get to the waterfalls. You should bring water, a small snack, small first aid kit for yourself or others. If you are nature conscious you may want to bring a trash bag to pick up any trash on your way out of the canyon taking it back out to the visitor center. You can leave your trash bags at the trash receptacles near the visitor center.