The Two Rivers State Park in Waverly, NY is 600 acres of wooded, picturesque land. Named a state park in 2005, the state is working on a Master Plan to add more amenities to the park. At the present time, hiking and biking trails are available. Directions: Off Rt. 17/I-86, Exit 60. At light, go north on Rt. 220 1/4 mile to stop sign. 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. Trails can be accessed via Waverly Glen Park which you may enter at intersection of West Pine Street and Moore Street. Trail head is across small bridge between 1st and 2nd pavilions in the park. A second Trail head 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.