Robert H. Treman State Park

History along the Finger Lakes Trail

Robert H. Treman State Park

Enfield, New York 14850, United States

Created By: Diane Lebo Wallace


The winding trails at Robert H. Treman State Park follow the gorge past 12 waterfalls, including the 115-foot Lucifer Falls. Amenities include camping sites for tents and RVs; cabins, swimming in a stream-fed pool beneath a waterfall, and nine miles of hiking trails.

Robert H. Treman first purchased land surrounding Enfield Falls in 1915, and worked to improve the property by planting over 1,000 trees. He and his wife, Laura Treman (Hosie), donated the land to New York State in 1920 for the establishment of Enfield Glen State Park. The park was renamed in Robert H. Treman's honor following his death in 1937.

FLT Map 16

This point of interest is part of the tour: History along the Finger Lakes Trail


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