Northern New York Waterfalls 

Mill Creek Feeder Falls


From NY 12 in the village of Boonville, driving east/northeasterly on either East Schuyler Street or Cemetery Street will take you to your destination.  These become Sargeant Road and Moose River Road, respectively.  About 1/4 mile after leaving the village, these two converge.  Just back from this intersection on Sargeant Road you will find the Black River Canal towpath.

County: Oneida
Town: Boonville
USGS Map: Boonville
Waterway: Unnamed stream feeding the Mill Creek
Latitude: N 43° 29' 42"
Longitude: W 75° 19' 05"
Drop: 10'
Type: Rectangular Block
Region: Just northeast of Boonville
Trail type: Dirt
Length of hike: 1/4 mile, one-way
Difficulty: Easy
Accessibility: Public
Name: Unnamed

Boonville Quadrangle

Mill Creek Feeder FallsWalk northerly (away from the village of Boonville) on the towpath.  In about 1/4 mile, you will come to a bridge that is crossing this unnamed stream.  This waterfall is just downstream from this bridge.  You should be able to easily make your way to the stream bank below the falls.

Our thanks to Stacy Brown for submitting these pictures and access information.

This stream joins the Mill Creek just downstream from here.  The Mill Creek flows into the Black River a short distance from that point.  The Black empties into Lake Ontario just in Dexter in Jefferson County.

Last update:  November 7, 2017

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Mill Creek Feeder Falls

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