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Fillmore Glen State Park, Moravia, New York

"Fillmore Glen State Park", Moravia, New York. Hiking to this waterfall is very close to the campground. If you are not expecting the waterfall you might miss it. The campground has new & very clean restrooms. They have 2 sides to the campground, it was a busy one during the week when we were there.

Check out the video. Beth ( :


TexWisGirl said…
you are the falls fanatic. :)
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, another pretty waterfall to add to your collection. The state park can be real treasures. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Linda Kay said…
Yea! A Falls video. Very pretty.
Christine said…
A sweet surprise in the midst of the woods!
Have a fun week!
EG CameraGirl said…
The falls are in a very pretty setting.
Betsy said…
Beautiful waterfall and I like your water mark, how'd ya do that? I like your blog header photo too.
Happy Thanksgiving
Rose said…
Beautiful falls!
Ruth Hiebert said…
This is such a pretty falls.
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful falls Beth. You are finding lots of them. We have a lot in our province and many around our local area but I haven't been to any in a while. There is an online guide to waterfalls of New Brunswick. Happy Thanksgiving to you! Enjoy.
genie said…
I keek forgetting to ask you if your all haul a camper with you on these trips? This waterfall is a nice one. I notice is has one of the learning signs like we have around “these here parts.” Waterfalls scare me so I am happy to look at them thru your eyes.
What a pretty place to visit x
Christian Weiß said…
A wonderful area.
William Kendall said…
Quite a pretty waterfall!
How beautiful! We used to try to travel to New York every Fall. It's such a beautiful time of year! Happy Thanksgiving!
Stephanie said…
Another fantastic set of water falls shots!
Bethany Carson said…
There is something lovely and peaceful about waterfalls! Thank you for sharing, and have a very happy Thanksgiving!
NatureFootstep said…
I love waterfalls. Thanks for sharing :)
Gunilla Bäck said…
Gorgeous! I loved the video. :-)

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