Lampson Falls

Part of the "Waterfalls of the Grasse River"

Lampson Falls

Lampson Falls

© Tim Wendt

Lampson Falls Winter

Lampson Falls Winter

© Spencer Morrissey

Lampson Falls Winter

Lampson Falls Winter

© Spencer Morrissey

Lampson Falls

Lampson Falls

© Spencer Morrissey

Lampson Falls Map

Lampson Falls Map

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Lampsons Falls is "arguably" the most popular  waterfall along this stretch of the Grasse River.

 

This 1.0 mile roundtrip, excellently maintained trail will bring you to several different viewing areas near the falls. 

From the trailhead you will hike along a woods road and soon come to a point where the foot trail leaves the forest road on the left.

 

You will drop slightly along this handicap accessible  trail to the top of the waterfall. You can continue down along the water’s edge to gain a splendid view of the entire waterfall.

 

The area below the waterfall also makes for a great place to go for a swim on a hot summer’s day.
 

Trailhead Location:


Just west of Cranberry Lake, locate Tooley Pond Road. Turn down Tooley Pond Road and continue for 17 miles to the end of Tooley Pond Road.

Take a right onto County Route 27 and follow for 4.25 miles to the trailhead on the left. This is a major state trailhead, easy to locate.

 

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From from the Hamlet of Fine, turn onto County Rt 27A  until you meet County Rt 27. Follow County Rt 27 approximately 15 miles to Degrasse. Turn right and continue along County Rt 27  for approximately 5 miles and the trailhead. Parking is clearly visible on the left.

 

Trail uses: Hiking, Snowshoeing, XC Ski