Admission is free and pets are welcomed, although when we were there, some families prefer not to follow the "keep dogs on a leash rule" which really pissed me off. Not everyone wants their ass sniffed while trying to climb a cliff. But I certainly wasn't going to call out that family for not following the rules just incase they were locals. On the drive to the falls, we passed several locals and every last one of them was dressed in full camo, many carrying shotguns and wearing hunting badges. If you've ever seen the movie "The Hills Have Eyes", it was kinda creepy like that.
Needless to say, Lucia, Marshmellow and I toured the falls and hiked down to the gorge below, which is an easy hike down but getting back up was a bit more challenging for my weak muscles, especially in the rain.
The waterfall offers a 100 ft plunge, in three parallel sections becoming a single raging torrent during spring thaw. NYFalls.com says that the best time to visit is: "Year round, but the best water flow will be after rain and in the spring and fall. Winter will give you the opportunity to see the falls frozen over and people ice climbing on the cliffs below."