Holley Canal Falls is a man made waterfall. It is a byproduct of the Erie Canal, and must be over 100 years old. Despite being man made it is a very pretty and natural looking waterfall and well worth a visit.
Picnic tables and a covered pavilion are great ways to enjoy the sights and sounds of the falls with friends and family, and a series of well-maintained trails take you up the embankment for better views of the canal and the falls from the top.
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Fun Fact: The purpleish-red rock that the creek flows over is Medina sandstone. Its color comes from small amounts of iron found in the sediments from which it formed.