Robert Treman State Park, Ithaca

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Robert Treman State Park, a picturesque region of rocky gorges, creeks and waterfalls, boasts high-quality walking trails, camping grounds, a swimming beach and picnic grounds. Hike the gorge trail to see 12 different waterfalls, including the impressive Lucifer Falls. The multitiered falls cascades 35 m (115 ft). Visit the Enfield Falls Mill--which is on the National Register of Historic Places--and Miller's House, a former gristmill that ground buckwheat, wheat and coarser grains. It now serves as a small museum that documents the milling process. Head to the lower falls for the lifeguard-monitored swimming beach. Bring a picnic to enjoy at picnic tables under shady trees. Take the guesswork out of planning a Ithaca vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • Wonderful place to take a swim. The waterfall is wonderful. Lovely place to picnic with family. Wide area for ball play. 
    Wonderful place to take a swim. The waterfall is wonderful. Lovely place to picnic with family. Wide area for ball play.  more »
  • We are here every year when ever we can. Trails, gorge, waterfalls, swimming with lifeguards, eating area, restrooms, cabins and camping. 
    We are here every year when ever we can. Trails, gorge, waterfalls, swimming with lifeguards, eating area, restrooms, cabins and camping.  more »
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  • We loved this park and hiking trails. We did some part from the upper Treman during the winter. We took off FLT wearing spikes on icy days. And now in summer and fall we enjoy the natural up hills and down hills, the rivers and waterfall, gorgeous view from the top and Lucifer fall is absolutely stunning. You can make this one hour to 4 hours per your capacity and time adding in FLT and enjoying the wilderness. Wear comfortable shoes for your comfort and safety. Enjoy!!
  • I would wait to attend this park until after the trails are open. However, it was cool to see the snow spring meltdown today. I usually go in the summer when it is crowded. A lot of people go swimming in a water hole that has a diving board. The trails are shaded. There is definitely some elevation change, but the views are fantastic. I suggest you do not go wading in the stream off trail because my cousin and I did that, and we were COVERED IN HUNDREDS OF TINY LEECHES!!! Our fault for not following the rules. We did not get leeches in the regulated swimming hole, so that's safe.

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