As previously mentioned you would think you are in the Arizona desert or on another planet. Also agree the signage is poor but the park entrance is free. There is a paved path to the bluff overlooking beautuful Lake Ontario. To reach the chimney bluffs there is a mowed grass path to the right that is unmarked that leads you into the woods along a narrow path. This trail takes about 30 minutes and is moderately challenging and is pretty muddy in sections. When you reach the chimney bluffs you will be amazed when you see the eroding sandy structures-its worth the long walk. You can continue on the path which is unmarked through the woods for about 15 minutes until you reach a four way intersection with a small sign that says park to the right, which is about ten more minutes back to the parking lot. Was very muddy but fairly easy. The other option is to turn around and take the trail back on the ridge. When you leave the park turn left, go about one mile and turn left and go to the end of the road. This will take you to the shore level to see the chimney bluffs from their base. Just follow the shoreline toward the left.
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