The last post about Watkins Glen State Park was a while ago, so I might as well take a little time to inform you again about this really interesting state park with numerous waterfalls. Right inside the city of Watkins Glen is the state park of the mentioned glen. When you can visit, you’ll be introduced to a number of different waterfalls with very different personalities. The problem happens to be that you can’t always visit. When my dad and I visited in early May, the state park system was still cleaning up the damage that had occurred during the winter. (It seems to be an expected event in many of the glens.) At least there’s a sense of placing safety first here.
There are some really impressive waterfalls in the park, and then there are some smaller drops that aren’t necessarily the most interesting, but they can still be rather cool. Often, the rock formations around the falls are the nifty part. This specific drop is one of those smaller drops that hasn’t been named, but it should still be recognized.
- Watkins Glen State Park is directly off of NY-14 in Watkins Glen.
- Pay the state park entrance fee, and then park.
- This waterfall can be seen along the Gorge Trail.
Accessibility: 9/10 (easy)
Length of Hike: up to 3 miles round-trip
Where in the World is this Waterfall in Watkins Glen?