Northern New York Waterfalls 

Dry Hill Falls

Directions

On US 11, roughly half way between I-81 exit 43 and Watertown's Outer Washington Street, Cagwin Road will exit to the east.  This is a little over a mile north of Talcott Falls.  At the other end of this road, which is less than a mile long, this small waterfall will be on the left.

County: Jefferson
Town: Watertown
USGS Map: Watertown
Waterway: Stony Creek
Latitude: N 43° 53' 50"
Longitude: W 75° 56' 41"
Drop: 5'
Type: Curtain cascade
Region: South of Watertown
Parking: Roadside
Trail type: NA
Length of hike: NA
Difficulty: Easy
Accessibility: Private, with a roadside view
Name: Unnamed

This is a very tiny roadside view waterfall.  It is on private property, but is within a few feet of the road so access is not an issue.  It is near the corner of the Cagwin and Dry Hill Roads and can easily be seen from the side of Cagwin Road.

It is unnamed but we have given it this moniker to facilitate cataloging.  It is less than two miles, as the crow flies, from the popular Talcott Falls and is on the same creek.

The Stony Creek is actually one of the smallest waterways that flows into Lake Ontario that contains a waterfall.  Further downstream, it flows through the village of Henderson.  Its outlet into Lake Ontario is just south of Stony Point in the town of Henderson.

Last update:  February 8, 2017

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