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All reviews lake ontario chimney bluffs main entrance picnic area tree roots dramatic scenery large trees forces of nature narrow path public bathrooms trail takes water fountain nice hike long hike relatively easy hike rest rooms sunny day
We came here starting the beginning of Summer and it’s like the closest to the ocean we can get plus collect and donate Kindness Rocks but most important it’s a HUGE part of history it’s the last standing ice age glacier amazing in shape and...More
We enjoyed the amazing landscapes. I do wish I had known that one side of the park is above the bluffs and a long hike(esp if Bluff trail is closed!), the other side of the park is by the water and free parking! I enjoyed...More
Its an amazing experience walking along the pebbled shore on a sunny day! We went there late in the day .. it was fun walking along the drumlin trail (there were patches of mud slush along so you might want to keep your fav shoes...More
Took a trip on a Sunny Spring afternoon to this scenic park curious about the strange forms called bluffs.
The Bluffs Trail is closed. Plenty of people ignored the sign and climbed the fence and off they went.
I could see them later bellow the...More
The trails to the Buffs are a muddy mess for days after it rains, it's not so bad when the ground is flat and woodchips help you from sinking in too much, but Dublin trail is an uphill muddy mess without woodchips for traction. With...More
This is a unique area on the Lake Ontario shoreline where you have fantasitc views of the lake and a nice bunch of hiking trails. There i also a nice spot overlooking the lake for a picnic if you don't want to walk but it...More
The bluffs are pretty unique and the trails and well marked an usually relatively easy. There is a $5 NYS Park fee paid at a meter by cash or card April 1 thru some time in October (2018). The trails are generally easy but can...More
A beautiful spring day in February had us thinking (but knowing better) winter had truly come to an end, so we decided on a adventure out to see the bluffs by the lake. The local weatherman had predicted overcast with rain, but the sun came...More
Response from savvyexploring | Reviewed this property |
You can hike on the bluff trail or along the lake below the bluffs. You can not walk out onto the bluffs themselves as that is extremely dangerous, and people have died from falls and being burried in the sand. The bluff... More
You can hike on the bluff trail or along the lake below the bluffs. You can not walk out onto the bluffs themselves as that is extremely dangerous, and people have died from falls and being burried in the sand. The bluff trail takes you right up to them.
Response from shanna3000 | Reviewed this property |
No,You can actually walk down the trail to the lake and the Bluffs are beyond beautiful very much worth going Their is 2 spots to drive in the one down the road from the state park spot is free parking and much easier trail... More
No,You can actually walk down the trail to the lake and the Bluffs are beyond beautiful very much worth going Their is 2 spots to drive in the one down the road from the state park spot is free parking and much easier trail to get down to water! Enjoy