The park is located with Havana Glen Park, which includes playgrounds and camping facilities. A short trail along McClure Creek leads to Eagle Cliff Falls, surrounded by towering cliffs and a thicket of hardwoods.
An abandoned trail, leading through private property, accesses additional waterfalls and narrow canyons towards Mitchell Hollow, a fertile watershed that stretches east to Odessa. Curtain Cascade and Bridal Veil Falls are located immediately above Eagle Cliff Falls, although both require scrambling down a steep and unstable hillside.
The park was once extensively used by the Seneca nation to perform ceremonies. Additionally, the lush valley next to Curtain Cascade was once used as a Council Chamber. The reserve later became a private attraction before becoming a city-owned facility.