October is one of the best times of the year to hike in California. Temperatures are starting to drop down and tourists are gone, which means the hiking trails are wide open. We’ve found your next adventure. This hidden 25-foot waterfall near San Bernardino flows out of a giant heart-shaped rock! The Heart Rock Trail is a can't-miss spot.\nAlso known as Seeley Falls, this secret gem is located in the heart of (all pun intended) the city of Crestline. The falls are only about a half-hour from San Bernardino and 90 minutes from downtown LA. It’s definitely worth checking out!\nThe hike is 1.5 miles roundtrip and it’s a super-easy trail. There’s a one-lane road to get to the trails, so traffic can be a little slow in the summer.\nGetting there can be a little tricky since there aren’t any signs to point you in the right direction. You’ll take Waterman Ave from Highway 210 up to the mountains for 13 miles. Then, you’ll get on Highway 138 towards Crestline.\nDrive until you see the Camp Seeley sign. Go left away from the parking lot and follow the road until it ends. You can park there if you have a California Adventure Pass. Walk down the path past the swimming pool and head out on your adventure.\nView this post on Instagram "Hiking is a bit like life the journey requires you to put one foot in front of the other.....again & again, & again & if you allow yourself opportunity to be present throughout the entirety of the trek you will witness beauty every step of the way, not just at the summit" ❤ ❤ ❤ #HeartShapedRock #HeartRockTrail #SanBernardinoNationalForest #WaterfallHike #NatureLover #HikingAdventure #ChasingWaterfalls #WomenWhoHike #GirlsWhoHikeLA #ForestBathing #HikingTherapy (#Hike 3/💯 #HikerBabesOrg100 #JourneyTo100AndBeyond ) A post shared by 🍒 Monica Hernandez 🍒 (@monica_hdez) on Apr 15, 2018 at 12:25pm PDT\nThe beautiful waterfall cascades twenty-five feet down from the rocks into a little pool below. During the right conditions, you can even swim in the pool.\nView this post on Instagram Explorer 🕵🏻♀️ or Mermaid 🧜♀️ . . . . #SwimmingHole #HeartRockTrail #Explorer #Mermaid #Sirena A post shared by Explorer Sammy (@explorer.sammy) on Sep 27, 2019 at 11:08am PDT\nThe views are absolutely stunning!\nSince Heart Rock is a seasonal waterfall, the best time to go is one to two days after it rains. Make sure to check the weather and trail conditions before you go and plan accordingly.\nView this post on Instagram Heart rock . . . #heartrocktrail #seeleytrail #nature #mountains #waterfall #california #travel #outdoors #freshair #heart #trees #hike A post shared by Ana M (@martinigirl007) on Jan 19, 2019 at 10:13pm PST\nEven in the fall, it’s smart to wear sunscreen, bring sunglasses, and lots of water.\nIt's possible you can encounter some bugs on the trail, so we recommend bringing an eco-friendly bug spray with you too.\nMake sure to respect the environment and leave no trace. Have fun out there.\nView this post on Instagram #waterfallwednesday from Heart Rock Falls taken earlier this spring. The waterfall isn’t the most impressive, but the short hike along the creek was enjoyable. This is the view from below the falls, but most pictures are from above as there’s a perfectly shaped heart cut into the stone. #california A post shared by Jason Brown - Phoenix AZ (@blaznazn77) on Aug 14, 2019 at 9:47am PDT\nHeart Rock Waterfall Trail\nPrice: Free (You need a California Adventure Pass to park on the main road)\nLocation: Crestline, CA\nWhy You Need To Go: You can see a gorgeous 25-foot waterfall cascading down heart-shaped rocks.\nWebsite\nEditor's note: Many California waterfalls are seasonal. Check weather conditions before you go on the trails to make sure the falls are still flowing and trail conditions are safe.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.