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The 553 acre Two Rivers State Park officially became a state park in 2005.  The name of the park comes from its location overlooking the confluence of the Chemung and Susquehanna Rivers.  The park is mostly undeveloped and according to the state, still in the planning stages.

The park is located along the Tioga and Chemung County border near Waverly, NY in the southern tier of the state near the Pennsylvania border.  There is a home in the park at the end of Greenridge Drive off Walker Hill Road.  This home is scheduled to become the park office someday.  The views are stunning from this future entrance of the park (see above).

Currently there are unmarked hiking and biking trails available.  Trails can be accessed via Waverly Glen Park which you may enter at intersection of West Pine Street and Moore Street.  The trailhead is across small bridge between 1st and 2nd pavilions in the park. A second trailhead and parking lot has been established on West Pine Street, which is about 1 mile past the entrance of the Glen Park staying on West Pine Street, with the parking lot on the right just past Stropes Road.

The future park office was once a nice home

Pond located near the future park office

Directions:  Off NY 17/I-86, Exit 60.  At light, go north on US 220 1/4 mile to stop sign with intersection with Chemung Street.  Turn right onto Chemung Street, one block to Pine Street, turn left onto Pine Street.  Go two blocks on Pine Street and bear left onto West Pine Street.

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