10 West Orvis St.
Massena, NY 13662
Phone: (315) 769-2441
Fax: (315) 769-9216
10 West Orvis St., Massena, NY, US, 13662
- Phone: (315) 769-2441
- Fax: (315) 769-9216
Wilson Hill WMA offers two observation towers in the refuge area. Controlled hunting and trapping are allowed during the fall and winter. Trapping is by seasonal permit. Deer and small game hunting is available. It is not uncommon to find 15 to 20 different species of waterfowl on the area during the spring and fall migrations.
Time Quest Park is fun for the whole family. Enjoy miniature golf, a petting zoo and safari ride.
Mille Roches Area Campsite offers plethora of facilities, the beach being one of them. Ideal for a day out with family and friends, you can enjoy swimming and other activities here. For more information, please call +1800 437 2233.
Experience the Canadian life in 1860s at the Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg. A four-hour tour of this vast heritage park will help you cover numerous attractions, dining spots, train rides, family programs and other events that this venue comprises. Check website for further details on this fascinating place that assures fun and education for the entire family.
Located along the St. Lawrence River, the Lamoureux Park is a spacious park housing several event venues like Cornwall Civic Complex, Cornwall Curling Centre and others. For more details, check website.
Waddington Historic District is located at St. Lawrence County, New York. Featuring 11 contributing properties like St. Paul's Episcopal Church and Hepburn Library, this area was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
One of the best surviving examples of Georgian domestic architecture on Long Island, this historic 18th century Georgian Colonial home is complete with period furnishings and dates back to the years before the War of Independence.
Opened in 1896, the Clarkson University is a renowned educational facility. This private institute provides undergraduate and graduate programs in diverse fields. Apart from excellence in academics, the university also encourages students to participate in sporting, artistic and similar other extra-curricular activities. It is also home to the Clarkson Theatre Company, a creative endeavor of its students that dabbles in theater; the students also run several campus publications and have their own radio and television stations. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.