New York Nature May 21, 2018
The Natural Waterpark In New York That’s The Perfect Place To Spend A Summer’s Day
With summer being right around the corner, you’re probably starting to begin to plan out some of the seasonal adventures that you’ll be taking this year. Thankfully all around New York, there are plenty of
incredible waterparks that you can visit – providing both a relaxing and exhilarating day in the sun. But if you’re not interested in waiting in the lines to fly down some of your favorite waterslides, then we may have the perfect solution for you.
One of our favorite places to cool off during the summer, Robert H. Treman State Park is full of spots where you can dip your toes into.
With Enfield Creek running right through the heart of the park you'll find tons of waterfront views to enjoy, but by the Lower Entrance you'll find an amazing swimming spot.
Opening up for the year on May 26th, visitors will be able to go swimming in the lifeguarded area of the park that's right near the Park Office.
Featuring a beautiful waterfall, you'll swim at the base of the falls and enjoy the beautiful and pristine waters of Ithaca.
Your own little natural waterpark, you'll even find that the swimming area has its own springboard that you can dive off of.
A family-friendly place to enjoy, visitors of all ages will enjoy swimming over to the base of the falls to dip their head under the water and enjoy the refreshing mist.
Pack up your swimsuits and hit the road, because this amazing swimming spot will be open at the end of this week!
While the state park remains open all year long, the lifeguarded swimming area doesn't open for the year until May 26th. From May 26th through June 24th, the swimming area will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. From June 29th through September 3rd, you enjoy cooling off in the water every day of the week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Another bonus? If you need to work up a sweat, the park has quite a few hiking trails that make for an unforgettable adventure! To learn more about Robert H. Treman State Park,
How to get here:
105 Enfield Falls Road,
Ithaca, NY 14850
Have you ever cooled off at Robert H. Treman State Park? If you’re interested in visiting an actual waterpark, read about how
This Waterpark Campground In New York Belongs At The Top Of Your Summer Bucket List!