Our journey began in Chicago, where my boyfriend ran the Marathon of 2012. Our plan was to drive from Chicago to New York through smaller towns. We wanted to get to know that authentic America fewer people visit. On our way, we were in Ithaca, a vacation spot for many Americans. They have their "lake house". It's a lovely area known as Finger Lakes. On the banks of these lakes, you can breathe true nature. You can even smell the deep red leaves falling in autumn. We sat on a bench for about two hours, talking, enjoying the scenery, the place, the time.
Robert H. Treman State Park is located in Ithaca, New York in the Finger Lakes Region. The park features on-site camping, plenty of hiking, and beautiful views to check out. Throughout your hike, you will see a dramatically carved gorge with steep rocky cliffs, and Enfield Creek rushes through the center of the canyon. Enfield Creek plunges over the edge of a massive cliff forming Lucifer Falls. Be sure to hike both above and below the waterfall for two amazing views. In the summertime, you can go swimming in the natural pool below Lucifer Falls! Be sure to grab a park trail map from the information booth before you leave for your hike, as there are a few trails and this will help you to find your way.