Waverly Glen, adjacent to Two Rivers State Park, features miles of hiking trails, scenic overlooks, and a gorgeous 45-foot cascade along Dry Book in Waverly, New York.
Waverly Glen Park, a city park with pavilions, playgrounds, and hiking trails around two reservoirs and a waterfall, was established as a city park for Waverly in the early 1900s. It was augmented in 2005 with Two Rivers State Park, named for its location overlooking the confluence of the Chemung and Susquehanna Rivers, to the immediate north.
In Waverly, enter into Waverly Glen Park at the intersection of West Pike and Moore Streets. Follow until the road dead-ends near a picnic shelter and playground equipment.