Swan’s Falls – Glenfield

Swans Falls, Lewis County, New York

Roadside and beautiful!

This beauty can only be seen from the roadside but is worth a visit. The property is private and cannot be directly accessed, so please respect the landowners’ rights.

Swan’s Falls – Glenfield

Location: Glenfield, Martinsburg Town

Parking and Trailhead: N43.71651 W75.41625
Stream/River/Watershed: Whetstone Creek
Height of Falls/Type: 25 ft, multi-level
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Roadside/Private Property

When looking at Google maps, the falls are obscured by trees. You will see additional falls which are also on private property. It’s suggested you pair this visit with another location since you will be able to see this from the road only.

While in the area, check out the Farmer markets and local businesses. Fresh eggs, fruit, vegetables! We always advocate checking for these types of markets and local businesses. You can never go wrong when supporting local!

NOTE: If you are a local business or family and know of a great place nearby, please let us know!!

Comments/Notes: Viewing is from the small bridge that crosses over Whetstone Creek. Again, this is located on private property.

Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 12 and Main St in Glenfield, take Hwy 12 north for .4 miles. Turn left onto Glenfield road and drive .6 miles. The falls will be on your left.

For more information on New York State Waterfalls, please visit our New York waterfall map.

  • Swans Falls, Lewis County, New York

Closest Geolocated Address: 6002, Glendale Road, Glendale, Martinsburg, Lewis County, New York, 13343, United States of America
Location Lat/Long: 43.716534

Swan’s Falls – Glenfield

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