Unbelievable sight and you can get quite close, but if they are diverting all of the water through the power generation plant there is barely a trickle coming over the falls.
We live close by and have walked here many times at different times of the year (except winter as it is closed then). We have children all above age 10 and they have all enjoyed being here. It is never very crowded even when special events are going on. Our one child is special needs and even he enjoys it.... 更多
This is a waterfall that's a 15 mile ride from Albany and has a waterfront path. There is a sign in front indicating how it is used for hydroelectric power.
Especially in the Spring this is a gorgeous site, with rushing waters tumbling over the rocks. A short drive from almost anywhere, it is nature at Her best! It is steeped in history, just check out the description at Wikipedia. The falls are at the confluence of the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers. AND, there is a plaque nearby noting the... 更多
Very pleased to see what has been done with this area to bring the people of Cohoes back to the falls and River that helped make it the once bustling Mill city that it was...
Without rain you see the boulders. After a heavy storm, the water comes cascading down. Several places to view the falls and a cice parking lot and walking trail. Bring your camera.
I was actually doing a geocache challenge and did not expect to find such a beautiful waterfall in the area. The park was well maintained and there were few visitors during the time I was there. This was great as I could take my time shooting pictures from various angles and enjoying the park and views at a leisurely pace!