Ashley Falls is found in North-South Lake Campground. This scenic waterfall is easily reached via the Mary Glen Trail located off the main campground road. It is a short, easy 0.3 mile hike to reach the base of the waterfalls.
To reach the trailhead you will need to enter the campground, which is subject to day use fees.
Located just east of the main trailhead along the campground road on the left as you travel toward North Lake. (Parking for about four cars only).
You'll have to walk back over the bridge for Ashley Creek and then turn right on the footpath. The trail drops toward a trail register. The trail reaches a junction after
0.2 miles. To the right is the short trail that leads to Ashley Falls.
Note: During dry times in the summer, you may not find any water at this waterfall.
The biggest, most popular state campground in the Catskill Forest Preserve. Offering outdoor fun such as hiking, fishing, boating, swimming and historical sites such as Alligator Rock, Kaaterskill Falls, and the former site of the Catskill Mountain House, North-South Lake Campground is an ideal family destination.