While they may sound like they belong on a game of Candy Land, peppermint, ladybug and marble fork, are the names of some of the great waterfalls in Tulare County.
The waterfalls in Tulare County made Trail.com's Best Waterfalls in California: North list. The waterfalls in Kings Canyon National Park made No. 2 on Trail.com's list of the top 20 most popular waterfalls in California, while the waterfalls in Sequoia National Park made No. 3 on the list.
While I haven't been to all of the waterfalls in Tulare County, people from all over the world come to our county each year to cross one or two of them off their "must-see" lists. If you're planning a day trip this fall, cross a couple of these Tulare County waterfalls off your list:
-Tokopah Falls (Pictured in photo by SEJonesPhotography.com)
-Peppermint Creek Falls
-Marble Fork Falls
-Middle Fork Falls
-Boulder Creek Falls
-South Creek Falls
-Upper Wishon Falls
For more information on waterfalls in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, visit www.nps.gov/seki.