For most of us, living in New York means that we grew up chasing waterfalls, literally. From the Finger Lakes to the Catskills, you can find more waterfalls in the Empire State than you could ever dream of. But it’s up in the Adirondacks where you can find a ton of jaw-dropping waterfalls that are hidden away in some of our more remote locations. Need to enjoy a weekend away where you’ll be able to spend your free time by the water? Then take a look at this trip we’ve planned out that’s perfect if you’re in love with New York’s waterfalls just as much as we are. Some of the best natural wonders in New York are waiting for you…

So, what do you think about this list of New York waterfalls? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section! Also, if you have any more day trips in New York or fun things to do that you think we should know about, make sure to let us know.

Would you ever be interested in taking this weekend waterfall road trip? For more getaway inspiration, enjoy these 11 Unforgettable Road Trips You Have To Take In New York Before You Die!

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Does New York have any natural wonders?

There are many natural wonders in New York. Some of them include:

  • The Adirondacks is the largest state park in the United States. Easy to spend an entire weekend here, this is one of the most exciting things to do in New York outdoors.
  • Dive deep into a cavern when you visit Howe Caverns in New York. This natural wonder takes guests deep into the earth for an underground adventure.
  • To see some of the best natural wonders in New York in one shot, then this road trip is the perfect experience for you.


What are the most unique things to do in New York?

Some other unique things to do in New York are the following:

  • Driving by the Prophet Isaiah's Second Coming House in Niagara Falls. Not only is it eye-catching, but it also has an interesting history.
  • The world’s largest kaleidoscope is hiding in the Catskills and it’s absolutely beautiful.
  • New York also has its own Gravity Hill which is a weird phenomenon that everyone should experience.


What underrated places in New York should I visit?

Underrated places make for some of the best day trips in New York. In fact, we have 13 underrated places in New York that are perfect for any out-of-towner. Try visiting the Storm King Art Center, which is 500 acres of space filled with incredible sculptures. Or how about Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring? This 15-acre natural gem is a peaceful way to enjoy New York’s great outdoors.

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