Cedar Point Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"With an 1897 birthday, Cedar Point on the St. Lawrence River is one of New York’s oldest state parks. Campsites spread out to the west from Route 12E, with three shower houses evenly spaced throughout the park. Partial shade is likely, but many lots are lined up closely, without much of a barrier (if any) between them. Sites 3–20 are closest to the water. The beach is quite small and next to a newish playground, likely designed with water loving kids in mind. This is also a pet-friendly park with a dog walk area along the southern boundary. On an unexpected cold day, consider making the short trip to Clayton’s Antique Boat Museum, a tenbuilding campus that tells the nautical and cultural history of the mighty St. Lawrence River. Farther west along the river, the village of Sackets Harbor has a number of small museums including the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site and the Seaway Trail Discovery Center that offer indoor activities for a rainy afternoon."