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Enjoy the Great Outdoors at NY's 

Amazing State Parks

 

Engage in your favorite activities including Camping, RV'ing, Fishing, and More !
 
 

New York is known for it's Impressive State Parks which offer many amenities and exciting activities throughout the year. Beach-going, swimming, hiking and biking, camping, birding, nature trails, waterfalls, and winter snowshoeing are just a sampling of the fun things you can do.
 
  Download detailed GuideMaps on participating State Park pages.          
 
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Moreau Lake State Park
Capital-Saratoga Region
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he 4,531-acre state park Moreau Lake State Park is open year-round and features a beautiful lake with peaceful wooded campgrounds.
Newtown Battlefield Reservation State Park
The Finger Lakes
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Newtown Battlefield State Park was the site of the Battle of Newtown fought in August 1779, during the American Revolutionary War.
Niagara Falls State Park
Niagara-Western NY
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This park provides every opportunity to get the most out of your quest to see and experience “The Falls.”
Oquaga Creek State Park
Central New York
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The 1,385-acre Oquaga Creek State Park features the 55-acre Arctic Lake with a sandy beach, wooded campsites, nature and hiking trails and primitive wooded campsites.
Peebles Island State Park
Capital-Saratoga Region
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Located at the confluence of the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, Peebles Island State Park offers spectacular river and rapids views from the year-round walking and jogging trails.
Pixley Falls State Park
Central New York
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This 375-acre day-use park is open all year and gets its name from a 50-foot (15 m) waterfall, Pixley Falls, accessible via a short hiking trail.
Reservoir State Park
Niagara-Western NY
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Reservoir State Park features three tennis courts, eight baseball diamonds, two basketball courts, a roller hockey court, picnic facilities and more...
Robert G. Wehle State Park
Thousand Islands
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Robert G. Wehle State Park boasts 1,100 acres and more than 17,000 feet of spectacular Lake Ontario shoreline and dramatic limestone cliffs.
Robert H. Treman State Park
The Finger Lakes
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Set in a peaceful wooded setting, Robert H. Treman State Park teems with wild, natural beauty, winding trails following a rugged gorge and 12 waterfalls...
Robert Moses State Park
Thousand Islands
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Home to a large variety of flora and fauna, the park's nature, hiking and skiing trails wind through fields, forests and wetlands, with overlooks showcasing spectacular views.
Sampson State Park
The Finger Lakes
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With a little more than 2,000 acres on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park is ideal for a variety of recreational activities, especially camping and boating.
Sandy Island Beach State Park
Thousand Islands
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Sandy Island Beach State Park is a New York State park on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario boasting is a 1,500-foot natural sandy beach.
 
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