EXPERIENCE IT 

Summer is finally here.  Paddle the county’s rivers, lakes and ponds. Hike our trails, bike our country roads. Go bird-watching.  Discover all our waterfalls. Get outside and experience St. Lawrence County from the banks of the St. Lawrence River to the foothills of the Adirondacks.

 
 

WHAT TO SEE AND DO? 

The county chamber office and Visitor Center, open weekdays, will be open Saturdays, beginning July 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Stop by 101 Main Street (Route 11), Canton, and we’ll help you plan a fantastic time for a day, a weekend or an entire vacation.
 

BIG WEEKEND IN THE 'BURG 

Founder’s Weekend on Lighthouse Point in Ogdensburg this Saturday and Sunday (July 19 and 20) brings history to life with thrilling colonial battle re-enactments on land and water, a colonial trade fair, and special demonstrations and presentations. Find the full schedule here
The weekend also marks the start of the two-week 54th annual Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival. See what's happening here.
 
 
 

SCENERY THAT MAKES YOU GO "AHH..."

The towns and villages of Hammond, Morristown, Cape Vincent, Clayton, and Orleans are working to have the 1000 Islands region designated a “scenic area of statewide significance.” Your input is needed!  Throughout July, go to www.scenic1000islands.com, read about the project and “rate your scenery.” (Photo: Bruce Dana)

GREAT PLACES, GREAT DEALS

Through September 15, get an adult “combo pass” to the Frederic Remington Museum in Ogdensburg and the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton. Click here for details.  In Massena, stop by the new gift shop at the Eisenhower Lock, for a visitor coupon book. 

 

REGISTER NOW FOR JUNIOR CARP AND SAVE $25!

Get the details here -- register now as an individual, team, or parent and young angler...

Click here for  more information and downloadable forms.

 

BRING THE DOG

Take the entire family on vacation to St. Lawrence County -- click here to discover our pet-friendly accommodations.

 

RIVER MOVES UP BASS GREATEST HITS LIST

Bassmaster has released its annual list of top lakes (and rivers) for bass fishing, and the St. Lawrence River has moved up the chart to Number 11. Last year, the river made #13 on the list, up from #53 in 2012.

 

New from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation: the New York Wildlife Viewing Guide, describing more than 100 places to observe wildlife from bald eagles to white-tailed deer. Visit NewYorkWatchableWildlife.org to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

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