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Grass Point Professional Review and Guide
"Yet another prime fishing spot on the St. Lawrence River, Grass Point State Park is also a favorable place from which to launch a sea-kayaking day trip, with the Rock Island Lighthouse only about a mile away. Sites 39–48 and numbers 51–56 are on the water; site 7 is handicapped accessible. Grassy Point has two shower houses plus an additional restroom. On the west side of the park, a two-story cottage is available for those who want to enjoy the natural environment but prefer not to sleep in a tent. A 0.9-mile snowmobile trail that cuts across the length of the park can be hiked during the warmer months. The Thousand Islands Winery, which offers tastings and tours year-round, is a mile away from the entrance. For a longer walk or bike ride, seek out the 27-mile Sissy Danforth Rivergate Trail, a multiuse path that follows an old railroad bed on the New York Central/Penn Central line."
--Ben Keene, Camping New York (Falcon Guides).
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