The north side of the island is well known for its incredible rock formations and glacial potholes. You can feel free to explore in and out of the rock crevices.
After exploring many of the nooks and crannies of the island's north side, I crossed over to the south side of the island, where rock cliffs tower over 30 feet above the Erie Canal.
The Inn at Stone Mill, built all the way back in 1836, still stands proudly today.
It was nice to get out and explore the small city of Little Falls for a few hours on a cloudy Saturday morning. Walked about 2.5 miles total, with many stops along the way.