Posts Tagged ‘Wayne County’

Maxwell Creek Friday, April 16th, 2010

Maxwell Creek - From Parking Area

Body of Water:
Maxwell Creek

Key Species:
Steelhead, Sunfish, Yellow Perch, Brown Bullhead

Description:
“Shallow and narrow most of the year, runoff swells this stream into a super steelhead fishery each spring. “ – Fishing Western New York

04/16/2010 (Kevin) – 20,000 steelhead (4 to 12 pounds) are stocked in this stream each year.  We found fish instantly when visiting this spot.

[Rybaak 27] – Lake Road Public Parking Area
GPS: N43 15.862 W77 01.521

Maxwell Creek - Falls

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Chimney Bluffs Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

Chimney Bluffs - 2008Name: Chimney Bluffs State Park
Fee: None
Pets: Yes
GPS: N43 17.424 W76 54.404

Trail: Bluff
Length: 1.25 miles / Difficulty: Easy

Trail: East-West
Length: 1.75 miles / Difficulty: Easy

Trail: Drumlin
Length: 0.75 miles / Difficulty: Easy

Trail: Garner Point
Length: 0.50 miles / Difficulty: Easy

Trail Maps:
Chimney Bluffs Trail Map

Visited:
> 07/12/2009 (AdvGirl & Chinook)

The Bluff Trail at this park was a very scenic hike.  In addition to geocaches and earthcaches in the park, there was a number of trails.  I’ve indicated the Bluff Trail as being easy, but the initial incline from the upper parking lot was a fairly steep one.  There was also several points of the Bluff Trail that were muddy so be prepared for that.  Although the trail is well marked, there are sections that come very close to the edge of the bluff so be alert.  The remaining trails are very easy.  In addition, even though I have not indicated this as a bike trail, we saw many bikers around the entrance of the park.  It looked like a very popular biking area.

Chimney Bluffs - Bluff Trail

Chimney Bluffs - Bluff Trail

Chimney Bluffs - 2008

Chimney Bluffs - 2008

Chimney Bluffs - 2008

East-West Trail

East-West Trail