Jacques Cartier

Brier Hill, New York

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Jacques Cartier is named for the French explorer who first mapped the St. Lawrence River in the sixteenth century. Campsites are organized into two groups, with a comfort station for each. Sites 44–54 as well as numbers 110, 111, 113, 115, 117, 119, and 121 are directly on the waterfront, which makes them sunnier and a bit more expensive. Meanwhile, sites 1–35 are closer to Route 12, which cuts through the park. A sheltered beach makes the small swimming area especially suitable for children. Open lawns also give them plenty of space to run around and play. A handful of short nature trails weave through Jacques Cartier, one of which leads to a miniature cascade called First Falls. Only a mile away across the St. Lawrence, the skyline of Brockville, Ontario, is clearly visible from the park.

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"Jacques Cartier is named for the French explorer who first mapped the St. Lawrence River in the sixteenth century. Campsites are organized into two groups, with a comfort station for each. Sites 44–54 as well as numbers 110, 111, 113, 115, 117, 119, and 121 are directly on the waterfront, which makes them sunnier and a bit more expensive. Meanwhile, sites 1–35 are closer to Route 12, which cuts through the park. A sheltered beach makes the small swimming area especially suitable for children. Open lawns also give them plenty of space to run around and play. A handful of short nature trails weave through Jacques Cartier, one of which leads to a miniature cascade called First Falls. Only a mile away across the St. Lawrence, the skyline of Brockville, Ontario, is clearly visible from the park."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Brier Hill
Season: May-September
Local Contacts: Jacques Cartier State Park

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