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Category : Waterfall Locations

Twin Falls Watkins Glen

Twin Falls (Templar Falls) – Watkins Glen

Also seen as Templar Falls, this set of falls is an amazing place to visit for some solitude! Parking: Appx: 42.36854, -76.95831 Falls: 42.36878, -76.95843 Twin Falls is a beautiful stretch of creek that can be visited almost any part of the year. The trail to the falls is very easy, but getting to the bottom in order to view the falls is a little bit of a climb. The  Trail is easily found and easily followed, from the side […]

Verkeerderkill Falls

Verkeerderkill Falls – Minnewaska State Park Preserve: Sam’s Point Area – Ellenville

Verkeerderkill Falls, Ice Caves, and Dwarf Pine Barrens. Oh, My! Address: 400 Sam’s Point Road, Cragsmoor, NY 12420 Phone: (845) 647-7989 Website: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/193/hunting.aspx This is one of those areas you visit and tell the story to your friends for months after. The hikes range from easy to very difficult, but you can reach the falls on a moderate difficulty trail. The only reason it is moderate, in our eyes, is that we had a basset hound with us and had to carry […]

Whitaker Falls Town Park

Whitaker Park Falls – Lowville

Whitaker Park is an amazing hidden Gem! Website: http://whitakerpark.com Falls: Located within the park Parking: Free Address: 5836 Whitaker Rd, Lowville, NY 13367 Camping info and reservations: Steven Hirschey (315)286-6487 OR Town Clerk Mary Kelley (315)376-2299 This park is a must see if you are looking for a relatively untouched location. With few visitors and a lot to offer, it is well worth checking out. the falls are accessible from the creekbed, but can also be seen from certain trails, which […]

Wiscoy Falls

Wiscoy Falls – Wiscoy

A short drive from Letchworth State Park, Wiscoy Falls is well worth the detour! Falls: 42.50442, -78.08276 Parking: 42.50482, -78.08212 Parking is roadside, the property is posted, but why visit? I’ll tell you, that even if visited from the bridge that these are well worth the visit. It has been long known that if you respect the land surrounding the falls you can visit with no issues. The falls are posted and they are also part of an old hydro-electric […]

Falls of Carillon – Ticonderoga

The LaChute River is a two-mile waterway in Ticonderoga that connects Lake George to Lake Champlain. The LaChute drops a total of 230 feet as it flows over several falls. One such waterfall is The Falls of Carillon (French; pronounced carry-on). Ticonderoga, formerly known as Carillon, is also home to Fort Ticonderoga; formerly known as Fort Carillon. Hence, the name of the falls. LaChute Falls is another name for this waterfall. This waterfall, with the remnants of a dam near […]

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