Trails, beach, dog beach, picnic areas
Info: This is a nice little state park (free) with bathrooms, a beach, a dog beach, picnic areas, a bathhouse, ruins of an old inn, and a couple of nice trails of some historical interest. You can see Nine Mile Point Nuclear Power station from here.
Note – the longest trail seems to be unmaintained and hard to follow near the end.
Coordinates/Waypoint(s): N43.52296 W76.25840 (N43 31 22.66, W76 15 30.24)
Geocache(s) from Geocaching.com: GCK6DK [N43 31.478 W76 15.443]
Trail Distance: A few miles.
Date/Time Open: Dawn to Dusk
Mountain Biking Allowed: Yes
Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.
Cross-Country Skiing: ?
Pets Allowed: Yes
Built on Former Railroad Bed: No.
Rest Rooms: Yes, with running water and sinks.
Drinking Water: Yes, drinking fountain.
Special Instructions: Free admission even though it is a state park.
For More Information: Contact State of New York Parks