Oneida Shores Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Located on Muskrat Bay at the western end of Oneida Lake, the 340 acres of Oneida Shores Park were designated as parkland in 1964. In the years since, the addition of playing fields, a boat launch, and a long sandy beach along with a shady campground have turned it into a pleasant spot for visits lasting anywhere from a few hours to a couple of days or even a week. Familyfriendly and just off of I-81, Oneida Shores and its lakefront perch isn’t as well known as other campgrounds in the region, but it still has the ability to attract people from across central New York. The small campground is at the north end of the park, just inside the main entrance. Sites 40–64 have water and electric hookups. There is one restroom. Campers enjoy free access to the beach and the boat launch for the length of their stay. Kayak and paddleboat rentals are available by the hour and half hour."