Northern New York Waterfalls 

Grass River Middle Branch Falls


From the junction of CR 17 and CR 27 in the hamlet of Degrasse, proceed northeast on CR 27.  In about 2.4 miles, there is a bridge crossing the Grass River Middle Branch.  This waterfall is upstream from here.

County: St. Lawrence
Town: Clare
USGS Map: West Pierrepont
Waterway: Grass River Middle Branch
Latitude: N 44o 21' 53"
Longitude: W 74o 57' 14"
Drop: 10'
Type: Slide
Region: South of Canton
Parking: NA
Trail type: NA
Length of hike: NA
Difficulty: NA
Accessibility: Private
Name: Unnamed

West Pierrepont Quadrangle

We have not yet been to this waterfall.  It is indicated on topographical maps simply as "Falls".  The Dean Road, which exits CR27 just north of the bridge mentioned in the direction side-bar dead-ends a little over a mile, as the crow flies, from this waterfall.  There are trails shown in the area but we have found that it is privately owned.  We do not know if this area is accessible by kayak by paddling upstream.

Our only photographs of this area were provided by a contributor.  If anyone has any information or pictures of this location, please contact us.

The middle branch joins forces with the south branch to form the Grass River about six miles downstream from this waterfall.  The Grass River flows into the St. Lawrence River in Massena, in St. Lawrence County.

Note:  Depending upon which map or sign you are using, this river is referred to as either Grasse or Grass.  Officially, it is Grass.

Last update:  January 10, 2017

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