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Open all year, the 375 acre (1.5 km2) park gets its name from a beautiful 50-foot waterfall, accessible via a short hiking trail. The park offers picnicking, a nature trail, hiking, fishing, hunting (in deer season), and cross country skiing. This parkland has steep, wooded hills, a mountain trout stream, and an eight-mile cross-country ski trail that runs along the ruins of the 19th-century Black River Canal.
The park became a day-use park (camping no longer permitted) in 2010.
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