Bring good shoes...the Falls Trail is a rough hike--lots of stone steps, muddy inclines, switchbacks. Waterproof shoes/boots would be ideal
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: First Aid kit...it's easy to scrape yourself against a rock or slide down a hill
**BUG SPRAY IN THE SPRING**
Photo Equipment: Everything you have!
good hiking boots or shoes, waterproof ones, preferably
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bugspray
Photo Equipment: Lot's of film or media cards, A neutral density filter to capture those waterfalls at their best, and a tripod.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: there are campgrounds located at the park. So if you plan on staying a while, bring your tent and sleeping bags!
Miscellaneous: water is always a good idea and a trail map is helpful
Luggage and bags:
I would wear a light backpack that goes on both shoulders and is comfortable on your back.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Wear light clothes! If you arent going to wear bug repellent then long pants so you dont get bit up. A light t shirt. Shoes that are supportive of your ankles.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: I think a first aid kit would be handy, just in case.
Photo Equipment: You most definitley need a camera, 35 mm, digital, and/or video!! Whatever you got or all of them!!! The falls are beautiful and you will regret it if you dont bring them.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: There is a campground and a beach but I dont know much about them. I think you have to reserve it and pay!!
Miscellaneous: I would grab a trail map before you start the hike!