Known as "a camper's paradise", Bowman Lake is comprised of scenic forests housing a multi-season trail system as well as its namesake lake, perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
Burnham Point is small and quiet with lightly-wooded campsites. The river offers boaters the chance to explore local towns, islands and historic sites for miles on each side.
Cayuga Lake is the backdrop for this scenic park. The park offers a variety of aquatic activities from swimming to fishing as well as its many campsites and cabins.
Cedar Point is one of the oldest state parks in New York. It is a popular spot, offering excellent camping, fishing, boating and swimming as well as stunning river views.
Chenango Valley is an ice age wonder featuring two glacial lakes. Offering a variety of wildlife, camping, and an 18-hole golf course the park has something for everyone.
Darien Lake's varied terrain includes hills, woodlands, ravines, streams and Harlow Lake. The park features campsites as well as a rustic bridge over a channel to Picnic Island.
Located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir visitors can enjoy the many picnic areas, or hiking and nature trails. Boating, fishing, and camping are also available.
Evangola State Park features a beautiful arc-shaped shoreline and natural sand beach on Lake Erie. The park also offers picnic facilities, 80 campsites, and playing fields.
Found on Lake Ontario the park boasts one of the finest public lakefronts in upstate New York. Towering shoreline bluffs, sandy beaches and hilly woodlands cover this scenic park.
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario only 15 minutes from the mighty Niagara Falls the park offers a variety of camping options as well as trails exploring shores and marshlands.
Featuring a lake and three ponds in wooded, hilly terrain at the foothills of the Catskills the park offers swimming, camping, and hiking among their variety of outdoor activities.
Located on the scenic shore of Lake Ontario the park is home to The Thirty Mile Lighthouse. The park offers boating, fishing, hiking, and walking tours of the lighthouse.
Projecting into the American Channel of the St. Lawrence River the park is known for some of the best fishing in the country. It is a popular spot for campers and day-users.
Clear water, sandy beaches and tent and trailer campsites entice thousands of visitors each year. The park also features an environmental education center and hiking trails.
Nestled among the Adirondack foothills on the picturesque Raquette River the park offers hilly and heavily-wooded terrain dotted with spacious campsites and a sandy beach.
The Atlantic Ocean and the unique "walking dunes" of Napeague Harbor form the border for this scenic park. The park boasts a sandy beach and woodland area for outdoor recreation.
A sheltered bay protects the sandy swimming beach and campers dock. Unlimited boating opportunities, large open lawns and excellent fishing draw many visitors to the park.
A narrow peninsula flanked by Goose Bay and the St. Lawrence River the park offers a picturesque location for camping, fishing, boating, swimming and picnicking.
Located next to Lake Taghkanic in the rolling hills and lush forests of Columbia County, the park offers activities including swimming, hiking, fishing, boating and camping.
The park offers outstanding panoramic views of Lake Ontario and surrounding farms and fruit orchards. Camping, hiking, fishing, and picnicking bring thousands to Lakeside Beach.
The "Grand Canyon of the East," Letchworth is one of the most magnificent areas in the eastern U.S. Waterfalls, cliffs, and a deep gorge are just some of the parks stunning features.
Situated on a peninsula facing Chaumont Bay on Lake Ontario the park is in a remote area, almost completely surrounded by water and offers a peaceful, relaxing camping experience.
A small, quiet camping area with 30 wooded tent and trailer sites the park offers Panther Creek, picnic grounds, as well as playing fields, playground and nature and hiking trail.
A serene wooded area with glimpses of the river provides an ideal location. The park's marina as well as its camping sites are extremely popular, as are the numerous hiking trails.
A 55-acre Arctic Lake located amidst rolling, wooded hills has a sand beach for swimmers, and great fishing for anglers. Camping is available as is a full service vacation rental.
Located on Seneca Lake the park was once a military training base before becoming an area of grasses, wildflowers, shrubs and trees on flat, rolling woodlands surrounding ravines.
Overlooking a bluff on Lake Ontario the park offers Great Lakes swimming, fishing and spectacular sunsets. Boat launch sites as well as camping facilities are also available.
Spacious and popular, the park is known for outstanding swimming and sunning on its sandy beach. The park is adjoined to the adjacent wildlife management area and its trail system.
Hilly woodlands, a deep gorge with rugged cliffs, three waterfalls and fascinating rock formations comprise the park offering camping, hiking and swimming in a stream-fed pool.
Situated along the Helderberg Escarpment the park is home too one of the richest fossil-bearing formations in the world and provides marvelous mountain and valley views.
Nestled in the mountains just four miles from the Helderberg Escarpment, the park is a popular camping ground and recreation area featuring many outdoor activities.
Located on the eastern shore of Oneida Lake the park is a picnicker's and camper's delight. Shaded picnic areas and the campground boast a view of the park's scenic beach.
A secluded wilderness site along the banks of the St. Lawrence River is home to the largest camping complex in the region. One of the main attractions of the park is its nature center.
Acres of undeveloped hardwood forest terminating on the high bluff overlooking Long Island Sound provides the scenic background for swimming, camping, picnicking and fishing.