Serenity Falls

Buffalo, New York 14209

Serenity Falls

Serenity Falls Professional Review and Guide

"Buffalo’s first postmaster Judge Erastus Granger owned this land in the early 1800s. After his death, his family sold 80 acres for use as a cemetery. The first interment occurred on July 12, 1850. Forest Lawn was incorporated as the official cemetery of the city of Buffalo.

Today it covers 267 acres and is home to Buffalo’s only natural waterfall. Serenity Falls can be found where Scajaquada Creek crosses the Onondaga Escarpment. As waterfalls go, it’s a small cascade, but it’s perfect for serene contemplation."

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Trail Information

Buffalo
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
0.1
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
2 minutes
Duration
Year Round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
Forest Lawn Cemetery
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