Wee Water Willy is a fun, little waterfall in Letchworth State Park. It’s actually taller than it appears. It starts above the path, which is at the top of the picture here. It then falls a considerable distance down into the Genesee River below. I’m not sure I’d visit it as the main attraction, but it is literally feet from Middle Falls in the park, if I remember correctly. There are a number of other small falls that can be viewed in the park if you show up at the right time, which is spring and possibly early summer. Some of them are even dry in spring.
1) I can’t remember which entrance we entered from, but those of off NY-39 are the best choices.
2) When you enter the park, there will be signs leading to different areas. Find the signs leading to Middle and Upper Falls. I believe you will be heading south as you head toward these falls.
3) The parking area for the falls is very near the southern entrance to the park. You will know you are in the right place when you see a functioning inn.
4) From the parking area, you’ll have no difficulty finding Middle Falls. Wee Water Willy is right nearby.
Where in the World is Wee Water Willy?: map