Emery Park

South Wales, New York 14139

Emery Park

Emery Park Professional Review and Guide

"There are two sections to this park, bisected by Emery Road. The southern portion has the snowmobile trail. The northern section is for skiers and snowshoers. Several roads are blocked and unplowed in winter making them part of the groomed network of trails. The main trail leaves from the Field House (warming hut with rest rooms), crosses a flat play field then winds through the woods passing a deep gorge and spectacular waterfall. The path is wide but it's a long downhill heading out and a long uphill on the return portion of the loop. Follow the unplowed roads for a less strenuous return. Novices can ski here. Just stay on the more level terrain near the Field House and the unplowed roads. Terrain: Hilly."

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"The developed areas in this park mask its true beauty: a ravine carved by Cazenovia Creek, with two cascading waterfalls easily reached on a woodland trail."

"The developed areas in this park mask its true beauty: a ravine carved by Cazenovia Creek, with two cascading waterfalls easily reached on a woodland trail."

"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."

"There are two sections to this park, bisected by Emery Road. The southern portion has the snowmobile trail. The northern section is for skiers and snowshoers. Several roads are blocked and unplowed in winter making them part of the groomed network of trails. The main trail leaves from the Field House (warming hut with rest rooms), crosses a flat play field then winds through the woods passing a deep gorge and spectacular waterfall. The path is wide but it's a long downhill heading out and a long uphill on the return portion of the loop. Follow the unplowed roads for a less strenuous return. Novices can ski here. Just stay on the more level terrain near the Field House and the unplowed roads. Terrain: Hilly."

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Trail Information

South Wales
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
1.6
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Winter
Season
Waterfalls
Features
Contact information for the area and snow conditions are provided in the eTrail.
Local Contacts