Beaverkill Falls, Sullivan County, New York

The Parksville Rail Trail has some surprises for you!

Including this beautiful waterfall and picnic areas!

Beaverkill Falls – Parksville

Location: Parksville, Liberty Town

Parking and Trailhead: 41.85895, -74.76460
Stream/River/Watershed: Little Beaver Kill
Height of Falls/Type: Unkown
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Short Scramble

This location leaves an opening to visit a couple local waterfalls, but can also be visited by itself because it is so picturesque! The hike is short and should be safe for all family members (including leashed doggies).

Since the Parksville Rail Trail is close, you could add this to a full days recreation, cooling your feet in the stream before continuing your days walk.

It should be noted that there is a “Little Beaverkill Falls” located somewhere on the stream but has not be surveyed by Dig The Falls at this time. A photo is shown in a historic postcard below.


There is a small rest area with picnic tables for the public. You will find the small trail fairly easy which is located almost straight back from the picnic tables.

Directions: From I-87 S near Kingston, Take exit 19 to the right towards Rt-28/Kingston/Rhinecliff Br and drive for .7 miles. Keep right onto Rt-28 W towards US-209/Ellenville/Rhinecliff Br and drive for .6 miles.Take the US-209 S ramp to the right towards Ellenville and drive for 26.9 miles. Turn right onto Canal Street and drive for 19.3 miles. Keep right onto Triangle Road and drive for .2 miles. Take the Rt-17 W ramp and drive for 4.8 miles. Take exit 98 to the right towards Parksville and drive for .3 miles. Turn right onto Short Ave and drive for .2 miles. Turn left onto Parksville Road and drive for .4 miles.

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