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This beautiful upstate treasure has been destroyed by the high water in Lake Ontario. It's unfortunate that the state has had to transport stones, not rip rap, to impede the water damage. Upstate residents have enjoyed this beach for as long as I can remember....More
If you're not from the area, of even if you are, this is one of the best places to watch the sun set over Lake Ontario.
If you're a beach goer, the beach is small but clean, it's very amenable for small children, and the...More
To get to the "park" requires a lengthy drive down an incredibly busy/congested/"beach-area" (of sorts), to finally arrive at the SP. Small beach, lots of stones on the beach, but the water is quite free of them. Lots of lifeguards.
However, not a "destination" per...More
My husband and I took a trip to this beach over the weekend, and were very happy with our visit! the lake is beautiful and clean, and although the beach area, and picnic area were pretty small, we still enjoyed spending the day on the...More
This beach is probably the kind of place that locals think is the nuts! For them, it may be. But, if you have ever been to Eagle or Manchebo Beaches on Aruba, Trunk Bay in St. John's, Ka'anapoli on Maui or even the more commercial...More