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...
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!
Beautiful falls in a small park area. Nice pathway and stairs on the way down. There were some people out there fishing but not sure how they got out there. The gates were locked in the side we came in.
I have taken dozens of friends to see these falls, second only to Niagara in NY state, considered to be the "Eastern door to the Iroquois nation (Niagara is the western one). A couple of football field lengths in width. Visit after a big rain for the full effect!