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.
Only accessible by boat the park offers a quiet camping experience in a beautiful wooded area. The park also includes a scenic picnic area as well as excellent fishing.
Taking up half of its island the park is favored by people who appreciate quiet boating, fishing and beautiful scenery. The park offers campsites as well as a day-use and picnic area.
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.
The park offers a variety of campsites on Lake St. Lawrence which is ideal for swimming, boating and fishing. A marina on the mouth of Coles Creek lies just north of the park entrance.
Located on the west shore of Lake Champlain, the park is a very popular day-use area because of its large natural sand beach and picnic grounds with tables and grills.
A small, rustic park Dewolf Point is perfect for anglers and nature lovers. The park offers a cabin colony, camping area, stone gazebo and dockage for boats on the Lake of the Isles.
A small, secluded park provides a perfect place to get away from it all. The park offers campsites, picnic area as well as boating and fishing on the Oswegatchie River and Black Lake.
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.
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.
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.
The St. Lawrence River location offers excellent boating, fishing and winter activities. Steep, rocky outcroppings provide views of ocean-going vessels traversing the river.
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.
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.
Located just outside the Adirondack Park along the Salmon River's course toward Lake Champlain, the park has a wilderness atmosphere and offers swimming in man-made Davis Pond.
Mary Island State Park comprises 12 heavily-wooded acres with steep rocky outcroppings offering seclusion and spectacular views of the Canadian shore or the shipping channel.
The northwestern shore of Lake Champlain offers a mixture of open and forested areas, most of them natural and undeveloped providing the stage for a variety of outdoor activities.
Located on a former estate the park boasts 1,100 acres and over 17,000 ft of beautiful Lake Ontario shoreline. The extremely private residential compound is available for rental.
Located partly on the mainland and partly on Barnhart Island the park is accessible by tunnel. A multitude of recreational opportunities are available as is a nature center.
Commissioned in 1847, the fifty-foot Rock Island Lighthouse was one of six lights built along the St. Lawrence River to guide traffic to and from Lake Ontario. After a lengthy restoration process, it will reopen to the public in the summer of 2013.
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.
With its long, sweeping hills and pond, this 9-hole course was designed to incorporate the panoramic view of the St. Lawrence River shipping channel and the Canadian shore.
Waterson Point State Park is small and picturesque, ideal for the fisherman and boating enthusiast who wishes to escape the hustle and bustle of the larger parks.
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.
A popular day-use and camping park with rolling, wooded hills and open, grassy meadows sheltered by Henderson Bay, and a bluff offering spectacular views of Lake Ontario.
Built in and around a three-mile-long gorge cut into the eastern edge of the Tug Hill Plateau the park offers one of the most spectacular scenic vistas east of the Rocky Mountains.