Roadside and accessible to the greater public, Creamery falls is a great stop-off point on your way to Mine Kill Falls.
The beautiful 20′ tall Creamery Falls, located on Mill Creek, is one of those falls that deserves a visit while driving in the area but should be coupled with another waterfall in the area (like Mine Kill Falls – Continue following Rt. 30 South). The view for this falls is roadside.
This a two-tiered waterfall that also has some distant relatives upstream. The set further upstream are heavily covered in foliage, on private property and have no parking next to them, so it is improbable that you will be able to visit them, though. Focus on this beauty, since it’s well worth the time.
Russell Dunn has put this waterfall in his Mohawk Region Waterfall Guide.
Read about it in paperback!
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