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Hiking in Madison County
Madison County's newest park was open to the public on August 26, 2018. Delphi Falls County Park contains a beautiful two tiered waterfall on the 60 acre property. The upper falls are 54 feet high and the lower falls are 62 feet high. The county is planning to build a bridge and trail that will give visitors access to the upper falls. Currently (as of Oct 2019) the only open trail on the property takes visitors to the lower falls.
To find this new park, put 2006 Cardner Rd, Cazenovia, NY 13035 into your driving directions. Currently (Oct 2019) there is no sign at the entrance. Your GPS devise is going to take you to an entrance that looks like a driveway for a private residence (which is what this was at one point). You will still see the former residence as you walk toward the lower falls.
The county plans to take a few years developing the park, so you we'll need to be patient. We'll give updates when we hear about them. Currently there is a parking area that holds about 25-30 cars. There are a number of picnic tables and BBQ grills along the East Branch of Limestone Creek. Look below for a couple of maps and a few pictures of this new park.
Trail and Lower Delphi Falls
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