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No erosion control, poor hiking trails, main orange trail to waterfall ended up on a street and then you had to walk across a regular street to reach the waterfall. It’s pretty but doesn’t look like it’s maintained. Never been to a state park where...More
The waterfalls had low water this summer. However the hike was gorgeous and the trees splendidly lush. This isn’t for folks who lack stamina although it’s only a mile to the falls. There are sections with moderate steep gradients so your calves will get a...More
If you don't want to spend too much money and want to have wonder full time with your family then this is the place.
Not much crowded
Water falls is good and kids can play since the pond is not depth at all
We have hiked to Wadsworth Falls several times. I'm guessing its a little over a mile each way over gently rolling terrain. Its more of an incline on the way there but nothing crazy. The trail itself is pretty wide and nicely maintained. Almost anyone,...More
We went to Wadsworth Mansion the week before their annual Daffodil Day, and I presume if the weather is nice next week, the grounds should be magnificent. An amazing piece of property, beautifully restored and maintained, with knowledgable, approachable docents.It appeared to me to be...More
My wife and I enjoyed a nice quiet hike towards the falls. The falls were ok, but for a hiking trail, this was nice for the novice or average hiker. This was also easy access if you live in Middletown.
We are on a quest......hiking to waterfalls ! Found a book which describes the more famous falls in New England and we are investigating them , one by one. This Fall we did visit Wadsworth State Park and checked out the Falls there. At first,...More