Macomb Reservation State Park

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About Macomb Reservation State Park

In the Thousand Islands, salad is optional. But what’s mandatory is a stellar time! At Macomb Reservation State Park, true wilderness is beheld any time of the year. Non-motorized boat fishing on the Salmon River and Davis Pond, nature walks and hiking trails, and playing fields are enjoyed all summer. When the snow falls, dust off the ice skates and hit the pond for a day of family fun. The trails are also accessible year round… assuming you have the mighty legs to get on cross-country skis! If not, snowmobiling is encouraged. Go ahead, spend all day with friends and family enjoying the beauty of Macomb Reservation State Park!

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Macomb Reservation State Park Campground
Surrounded by state land in northeastern New York, Macomb Reservation is an isolated wilderness that...


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