Parking is found by following Route 4 through Troy, then turning onto Campbell Ave and immediately parking on the left side of the road in a small parking lot near the south end of Burden Pond Dam.
Cross over the Mill Street Bridge(Route 4) in front of the dam and then walk east across the lawn towards the dam, on the opposite shore from the parking lot. Here is the view of the dam looking towards Campbell Ave.
An easy to follow trail soon enters the woods, continuing east along the shores of marshy Burden Pond.
A quiet stretch of the Wyants Kill.
The sounds of rushing water up ahead can only mean one thing. You are approaching the first set of picturesque cascades.
The cascades from the trail, encased in a deep gorge.
Continuing past the first cascades, where the trail shows obvious use from off road vehicles.
The view of the main falls and pipeline from atop the small ravine.
The property ends after about half a mile at the upper falls and pipeline. I turned around there and began heading back.
Really enjoyed this historical walk, with a lot jammed into a one mile RT hike. One tip I would offer to anyone visiting, would be to bring a friend and be careful, because this is an urban area.