Parksville Falls

Waterfall Name: Parksville Falls
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Location: Liberty Twn

First Visit: 08-23-2014

State: New York State
Region: Southern Region
County: Sullivan County
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NYS Tourism Region: Catskill Mountains
NYDEC Region: Lower Hudson Valley

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Waterfall Location: N41.85889 W74.75543
Parking: N41.85844 W74.75600
Trailhead: ————-
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Stream, River: Little Beaver Kill
Height, Type: 10ft,Plunge
Elevation: 1731 ft
Level of Difficulty, Hiking Distance: Roadside Views

Whitewater Rte, Canoe Rte Map: ————-
Maps: Eastern New York all outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008,B3,pg156

My Resource: Eastern New York all outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008,B3,pg156
Book Resource: Catskill Region Waterfall Guide: Cool Cascades of the Catskills & Shawangunks, Paperback – September 30, 2004, by Russell Dunn, Section I: Waterfalls of the Catskills, Cloves of the Catskills-Falls along Route 17,pg150
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Nearest Intersection: Lily Pond Rd-west Lily Pond Rd
Directions: From I-87 S in New Paltz, Take exit 18 to the right onto Rt-299 towards New Paltz/Poughkeepsie and drive for .8 miles. Take the Rt-299 W ramp to the left towards New Paltz for 260 ft. Turn left onto Main St and drive for 2.5 miles. Keep right onto New Paltz-Minnewaska Rd and drive for 4.8 miles. Turn right onto US 44 and drive for 10.4 miles. Turn left onto US 209 and drive for 6.1 miles. Turn right onto Canal St and drive for 19.3 miles. Keep right onto Triangle Rd and drive for .2 miles. Take the Rt-17 W ramp and drive for 4.8 miles. Take exit 98 to the right towards Parksville and drive for .3 miles. Turn right onto Short Ave and drive for .4 miles.

Comments, Notes: You can see this waterfall from the bridge in the distance. Further up the road there is a trail that leads to the falls. Even though the trail looks very well warn, please also note there are posted signs right by the falls.