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Tenant Creek Falls

Tennant Creek Falls

Tennant Creek Falls features three cascade waterfalls along Tennant Creek in the Wilcox Lake Wild Forest of the Adirondacks in New York.

The three waterfalls along Tennant Creek are some of the more overlooked natural attractions in the Adirondack Forest Preserve. It can be a popular area to visit in the warm summer months but most visitors only hike out to the first 50-foot cascade waterfall along the stream, a distance of one mile from the trailhead. The path becomes more strenuous and less worn on the extra mile to the second waterfall which is separated by less than a tenth of a mile to the third and last waterfall along the stream.

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DEC Region 5 Ray Brook Office (Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:45 PM): (518) 897-1200
Backcountry Emergencies: (518) 891-0235 / 911
Police: (518) 408-5850

From Northville, follow Old State Road / Old Northville Road for 2½ miles. Turn right onto Hope Falls Road / Mudcreek Road and continue north for 7½ miles.

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