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Fahnestock State Park, New York

If you vibe like a free bird, then 14,086-acre Fahnestock State Park might be just the place for you to spread your wings. A favorite of the park is their large beach at Canopus Lake, but activities Read more...
If you vibe like a free bird, then 14,086-acre Fahnestock State Park might be just the place for you to spread your wings. A favorite of the park is their large beach at Canopus Lake, but activities vary throughout the park such as fishing, boating, hunting, and birding. If POW is your motto and your favorite time to be outside is when there is snow on the ground, you will love Fahnstock Winter Park, which boasts 15 kilos of trails for skiing and snow shoeing. Note to parents: Fahnestock offers an awesome outdoor education program for kids: check it out here See, something for everyone!
Fahnestock State Park Campground
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