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Margaret V wrote a review Nov 2020
Westampton Township, New Jersey, United States58 contributions25 helpful votes
The falls were beautiful to see. It was vey well constructed with pathways and platforms to see the falls at multiple sites. When entering says must wear masks which people were doing until on our way out a couple passing us on way in did not have on masks. I mentioned this to the attendant at the gate and she just shrugged her shoulder. This is private property that should be able to enforce the rules. I felt they were just after the admission money and not concerned about the safety of visitors. Did not follow Covid rules !
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Date of experience: October 2020
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goldenlover2006 wrote a review Oct 2020
Gorham, New York63 contributions15 helpful votes
We stopped here with our 9 year old son. My husband was nervous as the parking lot was full but people were spaced out pretty well. There was only one spot along the trail where there was a line to take a turn going down some stairs to get a good view. There was a lady in the door of the gift shop asking everyone to use hand sanitizer. Staff was friendly. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Savannah C wrote a review Oct 2020
Rochester, New York16 contributions2 helpful votes
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We visited this gorge on a rainy day, but we still had so much fun! It was $28 for 2 adults, but worth it! It’s about a mile walk around in a loop and an optional nature trail that brings you through the woods a little. On the main trail you get gorgeous views of the falls, it literally takes you right up next to them! There are little picturesque bridges along the way as well. I would definitely go back!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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johnr_57 wrote a review Oct 2020
Baldwinsville, New York48 contributions15 helpful votes
If you are up in the High Peaks area of the Adirondacks this is a great choice for a an hour or a little more if you choose. The trails are easy to navigate as long as you can handle a few stairs. Everything is well marked and there are informative signs pointing out facts and the history of the gorge. This is a privately owned park and the price is reasonable. I have no regrets making this a part of my weekend visit. I did feel that everyone was observing safety precautions during this crazy year. There were plenty of hand sanitizing stations at the beginning of the trails and in the gift shop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Shelley B wrote a review Oct 2020
Wilmington, Delaware222 contributions63 helpful votes
This was a nice little activity , but it felt very touristy. On a fall Saturday, it was nearly impossible to find parking, and it was quite crowded throughout. It was a nice little walk and easy to do with little kids, but didn't quite feel worth the cost.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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