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A short ride from the Inn at Waters Edge. However we had a hard time finding it as it's not marked. The GPS was a godsend as otherwise we would never have found it. We had to search for the trail to see them but...More
We enjoyed seeing Buttermilk Falls today. But we were lucky to find it. There was a small green sign on the main highway, a sign we missed and had to make a u-turn to see. Then there were zero signs on the side road to...More
This is A Great Place to visit. When we went it was not really warm enough to go swimming, but I did put my feet in the water. The path going down to the Falls is a little steep. I was wearing Sandals and decided...More
In the old days in PA, before it was over populated and over built, there were lots of places like this. Its a shame you have to drive 8 hrs to show the kids unspoiled nature.
This is not an easy access area. We did...More
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From route 103/100 through Ludlow (about 1 mile west of Ludlow) turn right (north) of Ludlow on route 100 heading toward Plymouth. About one mile to Rod and Gun Club Road. Turn left. Go up that road until you see an... More
From route 103/100 through Ludlow (about 1 mile west of Ludlow) turn right (north) of Ludlow on route 100 heading toward Plymouth. About one mile to Rod and Gun Club Road. Turn left. Go up that road until you see an (?) antique place on the left. You have to go through the woods on the right. Be careful of poison ivy.
I would suggest Echo Lake (Plymouth) State Park as a better alternative. The entrance is off of Scout Camp Road. To get there from Brownsville, Turn right at the general store in Redding and keep going until you get to Scout Camp Road on your right.
There is an entrance fee to the park. It has a beach, boating, playground, grills for use, badmitton net, snack bar, tables, and more.
Yes, we saw lots of dogs with their owners. our grandkids were getting a kick out of all the different dogs they saw. The youngest granddaughter would ask after each encounter, can we buy it and take it home.. 4 years old... More
Yes, we saw lots of dogs with their owners. our grandkids were getting a kick out of all the different dogs they saw. The youngest granddaughter would ask after each encounter, can we buy it and take it home.. 4 years old and cute as a button
It's not really a picnic destination. Better to hike the falls and then drive 5 minutes to Okemo mountain and picnic on the slopes. In fact, if you want to have a picnic/hiking day, drive to the top of the clock tower base... More
It's not really a picnic destination. Better to hike the falls and then drive 5 minutes to Okemo mountain and picnic on the slopes. In fact, if you want to have a picnic/hiking day, drive to the top of the clock tower base at Okemo, park, then hike up to the fire tower. It's a short hike. The views at the top are glorious and there's a ton of empty field space for picnics. Buttermilk is very woodsy and the terrain is uneven. I love it but I wouldn't eat there.
Places to go for good fall colors and hiking (4 Replies)
Hello Friends, I have a two days (Oct 8th and 9th) planned to visit Ithaca to see fall colors and take good portrait pictures. We also enjoy hiking, and visiting waterfalls. We are currently planning to visit "Watkins Glen State Park" on one day, and the "Buttermilk Falls Start Park" on the other. Can you please suggest if those two places are good choices per our interests, and if they will keep us engaged for the whole two days, or if we should plan something else for the day? Also,...More
September 26, 2016|
Both parks will not take all day; for Watkins Glen, you could visit the Corning Glass Museum as well. Go early to Watkins Glen as it will be very crowded that weekend, more so as the day progresses. For Buttermilk, you could visit Taughannock Falls State Park and/or Robert Treman State Park. Both are beautiful and well worth visiting. The parking fee you will pay to enter the state parks is good for the day at any additional park you visit. I think the colors will be near peak then. NYS...More
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Ithaca from 17th to 22nd of june (4 Replies)
Hi guys :) My girlfriend and I and our 1 year old son will be in Ithaca in June and I have a few questions and hopefully you can help me! :) We have already planned to visit Taughannock Falls, Buttermilk Falls, Robert Treman and the farmers market. How would you do the 3 parks? Can you do them all in one day or do you need a full day for each one? We're also gonna do a day tour to Niagra falls (I know it's a long drive) so just that is a whole day. I am hoping you can help me with other...More
June 06, 2017|
The farmers market that you will not want to miss is on the weekend (9AM-3PM Sat, 10AM-2PM Sun.). Since it appears you are arriving on Saturday, you may want to go early to the Farmer's Market on Sunday then head to Taughannock Falls. You could spend a couple of hours or the whole morning and afternoon depending on how long you want to hang out at the market and if you want to do more than just the short hike along the creek to the falls at the state park. You can swim and hike the rim trail...More
Things to do around Ithaca other than wineries... (3 Replies)
Hi, We are currently staying in the Ithaca area and are wondering what things there are to do other than visit the wineries. So far, we have hiked Watkins Glen and Robert Treman State Park, walked along the Commons in town and driven through the University campus. We have another day and a half in this area. Are there any museums that are worth seeing (apart from the museum of the earth?) or other hiking areas? Buttermilk Falls and Taughannock Falls (sp?) are on our list for tomorrow, but...More
September 17, 2013|
You'll probably get this late.....but I would suggest Sapsucker woods on rt. 13.