Friday, 10 October 2014

Exotic Fulmer Falls in Pennsylvania



Fulmer Falls is the second waterfall located in the George W. Childs Recreation Site in Dingmans Ferry, Pike County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. The falls are downstream from Factory Falls and upstream from Deer Leap Falls on the Dingmans Creek. At 56 feet, it is the largest of the three falls. It is believed that Fulmer Falls might be the tallest of the three falls, although Factory Falls might also be around the same size. None of them are huge, but they’re all beautiful and very easy to visit. In order to have better view of Fulmer Falls at its best, you do have to leave the wooden boardwalk, though it’s not hard to do. You just have to slip under to get that better view. The Fulmer falls can be reached at 41°14′12.36″N 74°54′55.62″W from Childs Park Road, west of Lake Road (State Route 2004), 2.6 KM north of Pennsylvania Route 739. There’re picnic tables set throughout the recreation area ad restroom facilities are also available here. The nearest major town is Dingmans Ferry, PA. Fulmer Falls is a magnificent waterfall to photograph. You can picture the entire falls, but it is also very easy to satisfy your hobby by taking unlimited photographs.