Visited on 8/11/2014
Get ready for a 20-25 minute drive through the woods, navigating a one-and-a-half lane dirt road that is littered with pot holes. It could have been worse, as oncoming drivers were super helpful and slowed/pulled over to allow us both to pass without an issue.
Parking can be limited, so be prepared to either wait for something to open up or use your skills to angle into just the right spot.
The walk/hike can be handled by pretty much anyone, as the trail is clean and wide. Though, the first 100 meters is one huge rock bed, but the rocks are stable and can be relied on for secure footing.
Maybe it was the lack of rain/water this Summer, but the flow over the Falls was unimpressive. There were a couple of wading pools at the base of the Falls, but there were already a few folks present when we arrived and the pools looked to be at capacity.
Through the quiet, we heard yelling/cheering/music and smelled food. We decided to walk deeper into the woods, and came across the lower part of Lake George. Pretty cool area for local boaters, etc. to hang out, drink, swim, and throw a ball around. I'll admit that this extra walked salvaged the hike for us, as we were able to break a sweat and felt like we actually got some exercise.