Adams Eden Camp
Otisco, New York

Bathtub Falls - Wedding Falls - Great Falls - Clay Slide Falls

Location: Southwestern Onondaga County in the Town of Otisco.

Adams Eden Camp      Adams Eden Camp offers year round camping and recreation. The campground features 328 acres of woodland, ponds, streams, and waterfalls. Hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, hayrides, and indoor game room are available to registered guests. Pavilion, tent site, cabin, and lodge rentals are available.
     The postal address for the camp is: Adams Eden Camp, 4812 South Cook Road, LaFayette, NY 13084

Email: info@AdamsEdenCamp.com

    Access to Blue Hole Falls is currently closed. The camp trying to work out an access solution with the landowner across Falls Creek. The property on the south bank of Falls Creek is private property. Trespassing is prohibited.

    The Falls Creek Trail at Adams Eden Camp is the only publicly accessible route to Bathtub Falls, Wedding Falls, Great Falls, Clay Slide Falls and other small waterfalls found in Rattlesnake Gulf. The trail is open from May 1st to October 31st and only during periods of low water. A period of heavy rain will cause the creek to rise and make access to the falls impossible. Check with the camp office on the condition of the trail before starting your hike. The creek-walking section of the trail is quite rugged, requiring scrambling over rocks and walking on a slippery creek bed. Proper footwear is essential. You will get your feet wet. Use caution and take your time to avoid a slip and fall. The property on the south bank of Falls Creek is private property. Trespassing is prohibited. Please obey all signs encountered on your hike as they are posted for your safety.

Adams Eden Camp Map


For a Map Quest map of the Otisco area click here.

For a ACME Mapper 2.0 map of the area click here.

Web site: Adams Eden Camp

The information on this web site does not give anyone
the right to trespass on private property.

You must obtain permission from the landowner to enter private property.

Recreation on private property is a privilege, NOT A RIGHT.
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