St Regis Falls

Saint Regis Falls, New York

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Located on the east bank of the St. Regis River, just west of the village by the same name, this campground is noteworthy for its views of the small yet photogenic cascade. Sites are grassy and tend to get lots of sun. The small bathhouse, while adequate, has begun to show its age. A footbridge spanning the river leads to a few short nature trails on the other side. Above the dam, fishing for bass, bullhead, and northern pike is a popular activity. There is no swimming in the river. Twelve cabins of varying sizes are also available to rent by the day or the week, with a two-night minimum stay on weekends. Next to the entrance, a tiny history museum with farming and lumbering artifacts is open Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.

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"Located on the east bank of the St. Regis River, just west of the village by the same name, this campground is noteworthy for its views of the small yet photogenic cascade. Sites are grassy and tend to get lots of sun. The small bathhouse, while adequate, has begun to show its age. A footbridge spanning the river leads to a few short nature trails on the other side. Above the dam, fishing for bass, bullhead, and northern pike is a popular activity. There is no swimming in the river. Twelve cabins of varying sizes are also available to rent by the day or the week, with a two-night minimum stay on weekends. Next to the entrance, a tiny history museum with farming and lumbering artifacts is open Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Saint Regis Falls
Season: May-October

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Jun 2018