A state park  acquired in 1963 is located in the town of Huron in Wayne County, New York on Lake Ontario, on the eastern shore of Sodus Bay. Using its hiking trails, the intrepid visitor can enjoy unique views of large clay rock formations at the water’s edge.

The Bluffs were formed from drumlins, which in turn were created by glaciers in the last ice age.

The erosive power of wind, rain, snow, and waves—both from above and below—has formed the landscape into razor-sharp pinnacles.

The park has approximately four miles of hiking trails, including a mile-long trail along the Bluffs from the West entrance to the East entrance.