Northern New York Waterfalls 

Remsen Falls


There are three roads that lead into the village of Remsen from NY 12.  The middle one is Steuben Street.  From the end of this, turn left onto Main Street, which runs parallel to the creek.  Look for Prospect Street where you should take a right and cross the creek.  Turn right on Maple Avenue, which is the first right.  This waterfall can be seen a few hundred yards down on the right.

County: Oneida
Town: Remsen
USGS Map: Remsen
Waterway: Cincinnati Creek
Latitude: N 43o 19' 27"
Longitude: W 75o 11' 08"
Drop: 20'
Type: Curtain Cascade
Region: In the village of Remsen
Parking: Streetside
Trail type: Dirt
Length of hike: 0.1 mile
Difficulty: Easy
Accessibility: Public
Name: Unnamed

Remsen Quadrangle

Remsen FallsPark on the side of the street and cross the railroad tracks.  Use caution in this area because there are no retaining devices and you will be considerably higher than the water level.

The Cincinnati Creek flows into the West Canada Creek just downstream of the Trenton Falls area.  This empties into the Mohawk River, which then flows into the Hudson before reaching the Atlantic ocean.

Last update:  October 4, 2017

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