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Webster Pond

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2000 Block of Valley Drive, Anglers at Webster Pond, Syracuse, NY 13207
+1 315-469-8027
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It's a Pond. That's all!

If this is on the Syracuse tourism map, it shouldn't be. It's just a little pond on the city's... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2016
Warren F
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Syracuse, New York, United States
Great for a picnic and fun for little ones!

Before you go, stop at Lee's Feed and Needs, which is under a mile away off of Seneca Turnpike... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
ConstantineZema44
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Syracuse
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The Anglers Association of Onondaga is a not for profit organization with fish and wildlife as the main attraction. Webster pond is a small sanctuary located in the city of Syracuse NY at 2004 Valley Dr. Volunteers operate the pond by opening the establishment so that the public can donate and feed the wildlife. The pond is open year around, opening at approximately 9AM-9PM We also have other activities such as a Junior fishing program for ages 7 to 15. Summer and fall concerts sponsored by outside venders and much more. UPDATE: Please note: a new non- profit group was formed to assist the Anglers Association in applying for grants, as they don't have the qualifications. In addition, we will help with maintenance, projects, and fundraising. The non-profit "Friends Of Wildlife" was started by Chad Norton and friends. All funds raised by this corporation will go directly to Webster Pond unless otherwise noted . Please make all trail donations payable to: Friends of Wildlife. for more information or to make a donation please call 315-727-2922
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“feed the ducks” (16 reviews)
“porta potty” (3 reviews)
“water fowl” (3 reviews)
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2000 Block of Valley Drive, Anglers at Webster Pond, Syracuse, NY 13207
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+1 315-469-8027
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Reviewed 2 July 2016

If this is on the Syracuse tourism map, it shouldn't be. It's just a little pond on the city's "valley" section that is stocked with fish where kids are encouraged to try their luck at catching one of them. It's a cute place to stop...More

Thank Warren F
Chad N, General Manager at Webster Pond, responded to this reviewResponded 23 December 2016

Sorry you feel this way, we do our best to keep it clean and enjoyable. Why do you feel this way so we can make it better?

Reviewed 1 June 2016

Before you go, stop at Lee's Feed and Needs, which is under a mile away off of Seneca Turnpike. Although the place is rustic, you can buy a huge bag of crack corn for around $12 (enough for several visits, or a large family to...More

1  Thank ConstantineZema44
Reviewed 28 May 2016

So, this is a place I visited since I was a kid. You can see and feed the ducks and geese. You can note their migration in the spring and fall. Kids even do fishing derbys. It costs next to nothing. they ask for a...More

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Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

This Pond is great for anyone. Come for a few hours and feed the ducks. Sit on the benches and just relax. The feed is either free or for donation. Can't remember because I always leave $1 a cup. Cheap, fun experience. Surrounding area north...More

Thank Krista S
Reviewed 24 March 2016

If you want a nice weekend visit to do with your children or grandchildren then this is the place!. A nice pond with a lot of water foul to feed. It is fun to watch the children feed the ducks. And the water is very...More

2  Thank Tammytigger
Reviewed 21 March 2016

We've been coming here for years to spend some relaxing time walking around the pound and feeding the ducks. Great place to spend a quiet Sunday or Saturday afternoon.

2  Thank CamillusDave
Reviewed 9 March 2016

I love coming here for the quiet relaxation whether it's to feed the ducks, geese and other critters or to just go for a walk along the trails.

Thank lady_knight1670
Reviewed 31 January 2016

As a child we would go there regularly to feed the ducks and I have kept the tradition going with my child and will with my future grandchild. A gorgeous hidden gem in Syracuse.

2  Thank Macholl
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

Been coming here for 39 years. It's fun to feed the ducks and geese the kids love it and the new path is nice for a walk. Mosquitos are bad in a couple spots so wear bug spray if you plan on walking the path....More

1  Thank Anneke H
Reviewed 1 July 2015 via mobile

Nice place with lots of ducks, geese and other water animals. A must go to for family frolic! Watch for goose poo, it is everywhere and it's just how they are...no way to clean it all the time

1  Thank happylizzie63
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Jennifer L
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Response from Chad N | Property representative |
I am unsure what Chinese lanterns are but if they make noise or could be harmful to the waterfowl then no. Please call for clarification 315-727-2922
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Kimberly A
1 May 2016|
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Response from Tammytigger | Reviewed this property |
No there is no playground.
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Contact_Vivek
20 December 2015|
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Response from Krista S | Reviewed this property |
2004 Valley Drive Syracuse As for seeing hirds. Hmm...yes there are birds. Not sure what kinds you're looking for. I'm not a huge bird person...YET. :)
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