Robert Moses

Grass River, New York

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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.

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"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."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Grass River
Season: May-October
Local Contacts: St. Lawrence State Park

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