Northern New York Waterfalls 

Mill Creek Falls


From the intersection of State and Dayan Streets in downtown Lowville, take NY 12 (Dayan) west.  This waterfall will be off the north side of the highway about 0.9 mile from that corner.

County: Lewis
Town: Lowville
USGS Map: West Lowville
Waterway: Mill Creek
Latitude: N 43° 47' 15"
Longitude: W 75° 30' 39"
Drop: NA
Type: NA
Region: West of Lowville
Parking: NA
Trail type: NA
Length of hike: NA
Difficulty: NA
Accessibility: NA
Name: Unnamed

West Lowville Quadrangle

Please note that this is not the only unnamed waterfall in Northern New York that we have dubbed Mill Creek Falls.  Nor is it the only Mill Creek in the North Country.  In fact, it is not the only Mill Creek in Lewis County.  It is, however, the only waterfall we know of on this particular Mill Creek, located in the town of Lowville.

As indicated in the directions side-bar, you can see this from the roadway, at least in the spring before the foliage blooms.  It is in the area across from the US Marines helicopter display in that section. 

We are researching the access.  Tax maps show that the property here is owned by Lewis County.  However, property lines do zig-zag back and forth across the stream and the ownership of this exact location isn't clear.

The Mill Creek empties into the Black River which flows into Lake Ontario in Dexter, Jefferson County.

Last update:  April 25, 2017

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