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We hiked the Rim and Gorge Trails - very beautiful. The waterfalls were full and cascading... The trails are very doable with many spots to stop and admire the scenery. We did take a look at the swimming hole but it was off season and...More
You can park close to the swimming area and it’s not very far from the entrance. There are picnic tables and grills in a wooded area right before the entrance into the park near the swimming area. You cannot take food or drink into the...More
We hiked 3 state parks in Ithaca. Waterfalls and trails were fun. All the rain this fall makes for good waterfalls. Leaves weren’t quite as colorful as I would’ve liked but weather was warm. Get the Empire Pass!
Beautiful trails along one of Finger lake's famous gorges with beautiful waterfalls.
Book ahead and you may enjoy a lovely newly renovated cabin - the tent and RV camp grounds are nothing special though- lots of totally treeless open sites.
Staff was very helpful.
This park is beautiful! Water falls are amazing! The views are gorges! If you don't have much time (for us it was second park for one day) I would recommend to leave your car at Upper Park entrance, take the Rim Trail to go down,...More
We loved this place. But, be warned. The water is freezing! We went in our wet suits and several others did too and that made the water bearable. But swimming in the waterfall is a very cool experience and the park is gorgeous.
Definitely good for hiking, but if you can only get one hike in, do Buttermilk Falls State Park instead. Way more waterfalls and prettier trails. That being said, this place is still great, so if you can do both places, don't skip this one.
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I forgot to add how long the whole trail would take. For me, it was around 3-4 hours in total. If you're faster, it'd be closer to around 3, if you're slower, closer to 4. Add time if you'll be taking pictures, stopping for... More
I forgot to add how long the whole trail would take. For me, it was around 3-4 hours in total. If you're faster, it'd be closer to around 3, if you're slower, closer to 4. Add time if you'll be taking pictures, stopping for breaks, using a bathroom, stopping for water etc. If you want to swim at the swimming area at the end of your hike, maybe add 2 hours (we couldn't swim because of the weather). I doubt the whole day would take more than 6 hours altogether.
Yes. We are just home from visiting several parks in the Finger Lakes with our dog. She had to be on a leash, of course. Remember to take water for your dog if you are hiking up to the falls as it can be hot going for man... More
Yes. We are just home from visiting several parks in the Finger Lakes with our dog. She had to be on a leash, of course. Remember to take water for your dog if you are hiking up to the falls as it can be hot going for man and beast.