Robert H. Treman State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Camp at Robert H. Treman State Park and spend a few days hiking along Enfield Creek, snapping photos of 115-foot Lucifer Falls, or swimming in a stream-fed pool by the lower entrance. Created with a grant from Mr. Treman, an Ithaca native, this park has grown from 380 acres in the 1920s to more than 1,000 today. Across Enfield Creek from the day-use area is a small campground. The first eleven sites have hookups for electricity while sites 34–39 are closest to the shower house. Sites 68–72 offer the most privacy, but are a rather long walk from the comfort stations. Sites 7 and 8 as well as cabins 2 and 3 are ADA accessible. For a bit of history, visit the Old Mill museum on Fish Kill Creek near the upper park entrance. The long-distance Finger Lakes Trail can also be reached from the park."