Robert Moses State Park – Thousand Islands

Robert Moses State Park in upstate New York is located partly on the mainland and partly on Barnhart Island. Visitors reach the park through a tunnel under the Eisenhower Lock of the St. Lawrence River. The park is spacious, home to a large variety of flora and fauna and offers a multitude of recreational opportunities, including wooded campsites and cabins, a marina and boat launch, some of the best fishing in the Northeast, picnic areas, a swimming beach, tennis courts and a year round nature center. A friend of EarthSky shared the following: “Close to town, great views, great area and no hunting forever wild area with tons of wildlife make this a jewel of a place to visit. A new nature center and hydroelectric dam and visitor’s centre make this place a go to day or night. Also there is the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Locks where you can watch big ships steam through and have the experience of your life here.”

January 11, 2019

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