Mrs. Miller's Buttermilk Falls State Park Tour

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Mrs. Miller's Buttermilk Falls State Park Tour

Ithaca, New York 14850, United States

Created By: South Hill Elementary School

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What You'll See on the Tour

The Creek

Swimming in Jennings Pond is fun. Have you ever thought about where the water goes?  Well, the water goes to Buttermilk Creek.     Then, lots of tributaries come into this main creek.  Upstream damming and agricultural has an impact on... Read more

Rockwall or Rockfall? Beautiful scenery or danger ahead?     390 million years ago the land where we stand today was covered in a tropical ocean.  The Acadian Mountains were 29,000 feet tall, they were as tall as the Himalayas are today... Read more
Swimming Area

Pool Party at Buttermilk Falls! Woosh, splash, splash, you jump in the cool water.  Doesn’t it feel good?  One of Buttermilk's amazing features is it’s dazzling swimming area and plunge pool!!!     The swimming area was originally ... Read more


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