Golden Hill State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Another small park on Lake Ontario’s shoreline, Golden Hill State Park is unique because its decommissioned lighthouse, the Thirty Mile Point Light, was converted into a comfortable three-bedroom cottage with outstanding water views. At 70 feet off the ground, the original light was visible from 18 miles away. Today, the tower, keeper’s quarters, fog signal building, and coal building are all open to the public. Several dozen sites and a single shower house cluster together in a small campground right on the lake; roughly half of the sites have views. The setting is striking, but most sites have partial shade at best. Following grassy mowed trails, it’s possible to walk to the boat launch area on the east of Golden Hill. Swimming is not permitted, but fishing is allowed from the jetty near the lighthouse."