The impressive 167-foot waterfall that formed 10,000 years ago is the focal point of the 194 acre Chittenango Falls State Park. A trail winds from the top of the falls down to the bottom. An interesting variety of both plants and wildlife may be found along the trails. Watch for the Chittenango ovate amber snail, an endangered species that is found nowhere else on earth. Picnic areas, hiking, fishing and more trails are also available for public use.