Tinkers Falls Aka Labrador Falls, Tully Falls
First Visit: 04-11-2008
Labrador Hollow State National Park
Finger Lakes-Wine Country, Central New York
Managed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Stoney Creek, Labrador Creek Tributary
45-50 ft,Plunge About 15 Minutes Roundtrip
There is a Tinkers Falls sign marking the location. The trail to Tinkers Falls starts along Route 91. Parking for the falls can be found on the opposite side of Route 91 at the following coordinates: 42.780174, -76.036150. There is also a small handicapped parking lot on the opposite side of the road.
Labrador Hollow is unique for its natural beauty, rare plant life and scarce animal habitats. This area is also well known for its recreational diversity, most notably hiking, birding, nature viewing and even hang gliding.
This 2.5-mile hike (or 3.2 miles when combined with the trails to Tinker Falls) ascends Jones Hill to a scenic overlook. Or take the 0.6 mile dirt trail that runs along beside the stream to the falls. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Western New York All-Outdoors Atlas & Field Guide, 2008
200 Waterfalls in Central and Western New York: A Finder’s Guide 2018, by Rich and Sue Freeman
Finger Lakes Region Waterfall Challenge, 2019, by John Haywood, Julie Hughes Romano, Bella Romano, Edward Smathers