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Eel Weir Professional Review and Guide
"Campsites are arranged in a single loop at this small park on a bend in the Oswegatchie River. Grassy plots are close together but this is a quiet location overall. One comfort station with a single shower stall on each side stands in the center of the circular park road. Launch a canoe or rowboat here, and paddle 2 miles upriver to reach Black Lake, a body of water with numerous coves and bays to explore. Reservations are not taken at Eel Weir. All campsites are walk-in only. Sites 11-16, 18-21, 23-26, and 35 are on the river; site 4 is handicapped accessible. Also of note is the sizeable Amish population in St. Lawrence County’s North Country. In nearby Heuvelton, Pickens General Store sells Amish food and gifts."
--Ben Keene, Camping New York (Falcon Guides).
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