This is an easy to moderate hike along section of Eighteen Mile Creek. It is a short 20 minute hop from Buffalo. The hike is under 2 miles and takes around an hour or so. This section of the creek is notable for a hidden 50-ft waterfall that sometimes sports a rainbow, and good views of the creek’s fifty foot high canyon walls.
Hiking is not only what you can do here, It is an excellent spot for fishing & that is what the majority of people come to do.
There is also a historic bridge here, This bridge is an exceedingly rare surviving example of a bridge built by the Horseheads Bridge Company. The beautiful fans of twisted bars that form the knee bracing for this bridge are the primary unique detail that associates this bridge with Horseheads. The plaque was stolen or fell off long ago. The bridge is noted for its skew, uncommon among pin-connected truss bridges.