The area has been developed by the US Forest Service into a popular recreation area. Parking is in a large lot above the rock and beside U.S. Highway 276. There are two viewing platforms, steps down to the pool, and a rope to help climb the rocks left side before sliding down. A restroom and changing room is provided, and a lifeguard will sometimes be on duty especially during summer weekends. At other times, sliding down the waterfall is done at your the visitor's own risk. Children must be of a certain size to slide alone. Otherwise, they may slide in the lap of an adult.
There is a $1 per-person fee charged by the Forest Service to use the area. The rock is closed to sliders during times of high water or when lightning is detected in the area.
To get to the recreation area and the falls, travel north from the intersection of U.S. Highway 276, approximately 7.7 miles north of the intersection of 276, U.S. Highway 64, and NC Highway 280 in Brevard, North Carolina. You will pass Looking Glass Falls and the parking area for Moore Cove Falls along the way.
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