New York’s Robert H. Treman State Park is over 1,100 acres of scenic, upstate New York beauty in the Finger Lakes region. One of the park’s best attributes is its network of trails and pathways that make it easy for both experienced and novice hikers to enjoy the scenery. There are also 12 waterfalls that explorers can see along the trails at this gorgeous state park, making it one of our favorite hikes in the state!
The park is also just a few miles down the road from Ithaca, a city that sits right on Cayuga Lake and is a great town to spend the weekend exploring. Or drive up Cayuga Lake for the day and hit a few of the excellent Finger Lakes wineries along the way.
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