OverviewFacilitiesA well-kept, well-marked loop through the woods, featuring a creek and small waterfall overlook. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksJames Long (325)4 months ago5 Completed3 ReviewsThis is a nice short little trail. It kind of rambles around and ends up being a couple of miles of you do a full loop. There is a nice little falls and a couple of places to get a good view. I took my 5 year old and 2 year old (on my back). The conditions were slippery and very wet/muddy. In the beginning of the trail, there is a section of logs lining the trail, which seems like a bad idea. For the most part, it is an easy little hike, but you might want to plan on getting dirty if you go.Dorine H. (254)4 months agoI've taken the walking path a few times. It's a nice, clear-the-mind walking area. I didn't realize it was ok to walk in the water — will try that another time. There are also other walking trails from nearby parking areas along the same road.Jorge Hernandez (565)10 months ago6 Completed6 ReviewsThere are two paths to take. The first is to go do a creek walk which is a little challenging due to the amount of lose rocks but only short section are like this. At the end of the creek you get rewarded with a nice small water fall. The second path is taking the walking trail. The hike again is a little challenging but only .5 miles to see the top of the water fall. You can’t see the fall well with all the trees in the way, your best time to go would be in the fall. You could continue to go around the trail which is mark for a nice hike of streams, marsh, ponds and thin to dense woods. If you call the town clerk you could camp overnight but the area is not far from the road.R G. (114)1 year agoVery nice and accessible. Diverse terrain within short distances of one another.Jared Brickman (1921)1 year ago24 Completed22 ReviewsA bit muddy, but otherwise very well-kept. Great for a short hike locally in CNY. View of the waterfall is obscured by trees and requires scaling a very steep cliff to view it in full.