Wiscoy Dam, Allegany County, New York State

Waterfall Name: Wiscoy Dam  Aka: Falls Of Wiscoy
First visited: 08-11-2013

Location: Hume Twn
County: Allegany County
State: New York

Park/Area: …..
NYS Tourism Region: Chautauqua-Alleghany
NYS Dec Region: Western New York
Region: Western Region

Gps of Falls:
Lat: 42.50549
Long: -78.0894
Gps of parking:
Lat: 42.50432
Long: -78.08233
Gps of trailhead:
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Landmark: Old Power Station

Stream/River: Wiscoy Creek
Height/Type: 27 ft
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Level of difficulty/Hiking distance: Approx .8 mile Roundtrip up to the dam

Whitewater Rte, Canoe Rte Map:
Maps: Western New York all outdoors Atlas & Field Guide Publication 2008 97 A5

My Resource: Western New York all outdoors Atlas & Field Guide Publication 2008 97 A5
Book Resource: 200 Waterfalls In Central And Western New York By Rich And Sue Freeman
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Waterfalls of New York 100 Challenge:  ——
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Photos, Information Contributed to other Websites: Dig the Falls

Nearest Intersection: Wiscoy And Mill St
Directions: From I-90 W in Batavia, Take exit 48 to the right onto Rt-98 towards Batavia and drive for .9 miles. Turn left onto Highway 98 and drive for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto W Main Street and drive for .3 miles. Turn right onto Ellicott Street and drive for 5.2 miles. Keep right onto Ellicott Street and drive for 7.7 miles. Turn right onto Highway 246 and drive for 10.5 miles. Turn right onto Main Street S and drive for 7.2 miles. Turn left onto Highway 19a and drive for .3 miles. Keep left onto Highway 19a and drive for 10 miles. Turn right onto Cr-27 and drive for .8 miles. Turn right onto Wiscoy Road for 179 ft.

Comments, Notes: I have decided to group these into sections, lower, middle and upper and then the dam. When we were here there were several other local folks here also, so we followed in.

Wikiloc: ——
I have decided to group these into sections, lower, middle and upper and then the dam. When we were here there were several other local folks here also, so we followed in.

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