Tomsco Falls, Taylor Brook

Waterfall Name: Tomsco Falls, Taylor Brook
Aka: Little Falls And Royalty Falls
Location: Fallsburg 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: N41.67376 W74.51498
Parking: N41.67428 W74.51210
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Stream, River: Taylor Brook
Height, Type: 85ft,multi-tiered,another waterfall can be seen .9 mile further,just .1 mile before Park Hill Rd 8ft falls
Elevation: 1000 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,E5,pg157

My Resource: Eastern New York all outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008,E5,pg157
Book Resource: Catskill Region Waterfall Guide: Cool Cascades of the Catskills & Shawangunks, Paperback – September 30, 2004, by Russell Dunn, Section II: Waterfalls of the Shawangunks, Tomsco Falls Park,pg206
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Nearest Intersection: Mountaindale 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 10.7 miles. Turn right onto Old Rt-209 and drive for 370 ft. Turn right onto Old Rt-209 and drive for 5.3 miles.

Comments, Notes: I spoke with this home owner and she was very clear on the no trespassing and would not even allow me to take a photo from the road. She stated she called the police several times this summer. She also said the name of the falls was royalty.