Category : Waterfall Locations

Bridal Veil Falls – Allegany State Park – Salamanca

A little known “seasonal” waterfall called Bridal Veil Falls. The water may not be flowing, but this park is always worth a visit! Bald Eagles, bear, porcupines, a hydro-electric dam and “Rock City” are all great alternative reasons to visit this area! For more information on New York State waterfall locations, please visit out New York waterfall map. ***** NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your jouney. Closest Geolocated […]


Whetstone Gulf State Park – Lowville

Feel like a creek walk without Park Rangers scolding you the whole way? This place offers you a chance to walk into a crevice and right up to the main waterfall’s base, waist deep in the creek and rock walls at arm’s length on both sides! There are several entrances to this park, but the one from the bottom parking area is the best for the first time visitor. It is a State park, so there will be a fee […]


Watkins Glen State Park – Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen State Park 19 named waterfalls and numerous other cascades and plunges make Watkins Glen State Park a waterfall-lover’s must see! When one hears the Name “Watkins Glen”, they may think of racing at Watkins Glen International or taking a a drive through wine country along Seneca Lake. But if you’re a fan of New York waterfalls, then you think of Watkins Glen State Park! Home to 19 waterfalls, Watkins Glen State Park offers something for everyone! From photographers […]


Canajoharie Gorge, Lower – Canajoharie

What an amazing find! The Lower Gorge of Canajoharie is an extremely nice place to pay a visit! This location is killer! You can park at the end of Floral Ave in the large parking area. The sign at the head of the trail states that there is no trespassing, but this largely put in place for liability purposes for the town’s sake. Canajoharie Gorge can be treacherous, depending on the time of year you visit, so please be prepared. […]


Cohoes Falls – Cohoes

Welcome to Cohoes Falls! – Known to some as the original “Niagara Falls” due to its popularity well before Niagara took its place. SOURCE: Russell Dunn’s Capital Region Waterfall Guide Located just outside the heart of Cohoes, this waterfall is one of the biggest most dynamic falls in the region. Depending on the time of year you can be greeted with one immense torrent of water or hundreds of smaller trickling waterfalls over its 1,000-foot wide face. Beautiful whatever the […]