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Akron Falls
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Akron falls is located in Akron New York.  It is the centerpiece and namesake of Akron Falls Park.  This is a large park with ball fields, picnic areas and shelters, and it is quite popular in summer months.  The park is easy to find.  It is just north of the Route 5 / Route 93 junction.

Akron Falls is a complicated waterfall whose appearance depends greatly on the amount of water.  There are three distinct parts to the falls.  On the right side, facing the falls, the creek plummets 40 or so feet straight down.  In the middle section, the creek comes out of the rocks about 20 feet up.  The left most part of the falls is a rocky cascade.  In lower water, the 40 foot drop dries up.

There is a trail into the gorge that leads to a viewing area.  To get a good look at the falls you need to walk up the creek.

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Uploaded: 07/07/2011
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Tags: waterfall; outdoors; park; nature; swimming; parks; wading
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