Salmon River Falls Unique Area ,Oswego, NY, USA

Address -: Salmon River Falls Unique Area, Falls Road ,Oswego County, NY, USA

The Salmon River Falls is a 110-foot (34 m) waterfall on the Salmon River in Oswego CountyNew York in the United States.It is situated within the 112-acre (0.45 km2Salmon River Falls Unique Area, which is managed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The falls and surrounding land are open to the public and are a popular sightseeing destination within the region.
 From Syracuse area and points south head north on Route 81 to exit 36 for the village of Pulaski. Turn right off the exit onto Route 13. Travel for 6 miles until you reach Cemetery Street (County Route 22) in the village of Altmar. Make a left and follow Route 22 for 4 miles past the reservoir until you reach Falls Road where you will see a sign for Salmon River Falls.
Variable; as it is controlled by water releases from the hydroelectric dam a mile upstream from the falls. Best bet would be to check the water flow forecast. Generally speaking, 750 cfs and above is best for a decent water flow, and when releases are very high, the entire falls will be one roaring torrent, and when they are low, the falls will be reduced to a trickle on the extreme right side of the face of the falls. Rarely is the waterfall completely dry, but often during dry summers it is nothing worth photographing.

Best time to visit -: After Rain