Shequaga Falls at Shequaga Falls Park in Montour Falls, New York is an easy 0.1-mile loop hike that leads to the base of the stunning 165-foot tall waterfall, Shequaga Falls.
This short trail leads to a lookout point at the base of the waterfall, giving visitors a quick and easy walk to such a large waterfall. This park and waterfall is also known as Chequaga, She-Qua-Ga which means "tumbling waters". A sketch entitled She-Qua-Ga is found in the Louvre made about 1820 by Louis Philippe later king of France.
Other Waterfalls in Town
Also check out Deckertown Falls and Aunt Sarah's Falls - both in Montour Falls, New York.
Visitors will find off-street parking along the public roads near the park.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out.