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St. Lawrence Couny waterfall map

Waterfalls of St. Lawrence County

Waterfalls of St. Lawrence County St. Lawrence County, rich with heritage, and blessed with natural beauty and an abundance of waterfalls,  sits in the Northwest corner of New York State where it borders the St. Lawrence River and the Adirondacks. As the Grasse, St. Regis, and Raquette Rivers flow through St Lawrence County, a number of waterfalls form along the way. Most notably, The Grasse River, as it flows alongside Tooley Pond Road, has eight distinct waterfalls. Because of this, […]

Lampson's Falls

Lampson’s Falls – Clare

Lampson’s Falls – Clare Lampson’s Falls is a 40-foot-high, 100-foot-wide, 2-tiered waterfall on the Grass River in Clare. To get there: GPS: 44°24.327’N 75°04.281’W – From Degrasse (junction of Routes 27/Clare Road & 11/Degrasse-Russell Road), drive north on Route 27/Clare Road for ~3.9 miles and turn left into the parking area. Hike west along an abandoned road for 0.4 mile to reach lateral views of Lampson’s Falls. Add on another 0.2–0.3 mile if you wish to see the fall directly […]

Sinclair Falls

Sinclair Falls – Degrasse

Sinclair Falls – Degrasse Sinclair Falls is a 10-foot-high, modest-sized waterfall that is one of eight that have formed on the Tooley Pond Road section of the Grass River. To get there: GPS: 44°20.288’N 75°02.748’W – From Degrasse (junction of Routes 27/Clare Road & 11/Degrasse-Russell Road), drive northeast on Route 27/Clare Road for 0.5 mile and turn right onto Tooley Pond Road. Head east for <2.0 miles. Just before reaching Lake George Road (entering from the southwest), turn right into […]

Bog River Falls

Bog River Falls – Tupper Lake, NY

Bog River Falls Bog River Falls is a scenic, two-tiered waterfall on Tupper Lake tributary, the Bog River. The stone bridge that spans the river also makes for a picturesque view. The first set of falls is split in two by a formation of land. These 6-8-foot falls are rounded and smooth, and flow into a small holding area for the river before flowing out and over the second set of falls. These falls are said to measure approximately 30-feet […]

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