Robert Moses Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The northernmost public campground in the state, Robert Moses State Park covers 2,322 acres along the Canadian border. It takes its name from the New York Power Authority’s first chairman, a man also known as the “Master Builder” of New York City. Numerous sites overlook the St. Lawrence Seaway but prime spots come with a slightly higher price tag. Road noise is minimal, but expect to hear a boat horn or two. Within the park’s boundaries, red squirrels, white-tailed deer, woodchucks, raccoons, and beaver roam, while wood ducks and mallards, as well as Canada and snow geese congregate. Abundant perch, pike, and largemouth bass also make Robert Moses a popular destination among fishing enthusiasts. The park’s nature center offers year-round environmental education programs and special events on occasion. Nature trails are open from dawn until dusk."