Enfield Glen is the scenic highlight of this park. This is an area of rustic beauty with craggy gorges and winding trails bearing "fire and brimstone" names like 115ft tall Lucifer Falls and Devil's Kitchen. Come explore our historic Gristmill with interpretive signs. The park features six trails with spectacular rocky gorges and wooded sections. A three mile section of the Finger Lakes Trail goes through the State Park.
We encourage you to visit the NY State Parks website for the most up to date notices of any park closures and to confirm if swimming is currently open. Due to the popularity of this park and capacity limitations in response to COVID-19, NY State Parks reserves the right to close entrances to manage crowd size for the safety & enjoyment of all.
Popular among families for its lifeguarded swim area, the Lower falls at Robert Treman State Park is the most visible of the park’s dozen waterfalls. To truly experience the park, hike any of the trails that parallel Enfield Creek as it plunges almost 500ft through 2.2mi Enfield Glen.
View falls from swim area adjacent the lower parking lot. Easy
See the falls from above on the lower Rim Trail. Easy