Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound. Within two miles, the glen's stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs, generating 19 waterfalls along its course. The gorge path winds over and under waterfalls and through the spray of Cavern Cascade. Rim trails overlook the gorge. Campers and day-visitors can enjoy the Olympic-size pool, scheduled summer tours through the gorge, tent and trailer campsites, picnic facilities and excellent fishing in nearby Seneca Lake or Catherine Creek, which is renowned for its annual spring run of rainbow trout

Been here twice. The first time I came was in the winter and the Gorge was closed due to fallen trees from a storm. We went on the Indian trail and sort of climbed down into the gorge from there and snuck in. Seeing it in the winter when there was no one ese around was pretty magical. Came again in the summer and it was definitely crowed but still just as beautiful.

beautiful walk I only got to see just a little of the gorge trail because they don't allow dogs on the trail so I didn't see to much but from what I did see it was exceptional... they should allow dogs on the gorge trail and because they don't I probably won't go back.

This is a beautiful trail with lots of falls and pools to visually enjoy but the heavy touristy traffic makes if difficult to get a 'great picture.' If you can hike these trails during off peak seasons, it would prove rewarding.

Beautiful... but crowded