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LUDLOWVILLE FALLS Salmon Creek / Town of Lansing 35ft multi-plume cascade with a pioneer history Fun Facts Trail Info Salmon Creek pours over a hard limestone cap to form beautiful Ludlowville Falls. The soft shale underneath has eroded away, creating an overhang cave and deep plunge pool. This fall powered the early settlement of Ludlowville, named for the pioneer family that built a gristmill here in 1795. View falls from Ludlowville Park or explore the crest and plunge pool from trails at the ends of the fence. 0.1mi. Easy Falls overlook open dawn to dusk year round. Trails closed in winter. 19 DIRECTIONS FROM ITHACA Take Rt. 34 north 6.5mi to Rt. 34B. Turn left and proceed 2.7mi to Ludlowville Rd. Turn right and proceed 0.4mi (straight through the intersection of Salmon Creek Rd.) to the park entrance on your left. Swimming prohibited. Dogs allowed on leash. No fee.

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