Our quest for snowy waterfalls brought us to the small town of Pompey, which is a short 2-minute drive from Cazenovia where we were staying.
Delphi Falls consists of two waterfalls: Upper and lower but you can only see the lower part for now.
Delphi Falls are formed by the East Branch Limestone Creek which also forms Pratts Falls located within a seven-minute drive (another must-visit spot when in the area!)
The best thing about Delphi Falls is that the waterfall is only a two-minute walk from the parking lot. The trail is safe and accessible.
Since it is so close to the parking lot, Delphi Falls is really a must to visit when in the area.
Delphi Falls History
Delphi Falls used to be privately owned. The site was purchased by Madison County in 2018 and opened to the public the same year.
Delphi Falls Direction
Because the park is so new, your GPS directions are likely to be misleading. The maps brought us to the middle of the town and left there.
To locate the falls, use this link instead.
Delphi Falls Pictures
Delphi Falls Trail Map
Delphi Falls park doesn’t offer too many trails but there are a few picnic tables in case you want to spend some more time there.
Here’s Delphi Falls trail map courtesy of the official site:
Delphi Falls FAQ
Can you swim in Delphi Falls?
No, swimming is prohibited.
Is Delphi Falls accessible?
Yes, the park offers both handicapped parking and an accessible trail.
If you are short on time, visiting Delphi Falls won’t take you more than 30 minutes, so don’t miss it!