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Emery Park Falls (2 falls) Professional Review and Guide
"Seeing the northern waterfall can be a challenge. It’s easy to reach but access is blocked (for obvious safety reasons) by an orange plastic fence and visually impeded by trees. You'll have a better view in early spring when leaves are still off the trees. Reaching the southern waterfall requires a short walk across a mowed grass field. Time your visit for spring run-off or after a heavy rainfall. These waterfalls dry up in summer. The Emery Park waterfalls each cascade 25 feet from a concave, arched crest to their gorges below."
--Rich & Sue Freeman, 200 Waterfalls in Central & Western New York: A Finders' Guide (Footprint Press).
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