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Delphi Falls County Park

The 60-acre park is still being developed and promises to become a fully-developed park and tourist destination offering a multitude of different experiences for visitors


2006 Cardner Road
New Woodstock, NY 13122
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Just opened in 2018, Delphi Falls County Park features a two-tiered waterfalls, a house, a barn and surrounding woodland. The 60-acre park is still being developed and promises to become a fully-developed park and tourist destination over the next few years offering a multitude of different experiences for visitors.

 
Currently, the upper and lower falls are accessible for viewing from the bottom via a newly created stone dust path.

 
Parking is located just inside the gate, with three ADA accessible spots up by the barn.
 
 
 
 

New Woodstock, NY

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