LEAF-PEEP BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!

Don't wait until autumn is a memory -- hit the road now in St. Lawrence County for fall beauty spectacular. Click here for our foliage report. 

 

CRAFT, FOOD & WINE SHOW 11/7&8 

Get ready to shop til you drop on November 7 and November 8: it's the annual Craft, Food and Wine Show at Cheel Arena in Potsdam. 
 

AND THE AWARDS GO TO...

Commercial Press of Canton has been named Business of the Year, and The Ole Smokehouse in Madrid is the first recipient of the Chamber's Customer Service Excellence Award. Both awards will be presented October 23 at the Chamber's Annual Dinner.
Read all about it here.
 

SHARE YOUR BEST GAME TRAIL PHOTOS

Enter the Nature Up North and St. Lawrence County Chamber game trail camera photo contest -- you could win a brand new trail cam plus other wild prizes. Here are all the details.

 

EXPLORE OUR WATERFALLS

Late summer and autumn are perfect times to experience the many waterfalls of St. Lawrence County. Lampson Falls, shown here, is a great place to start. Need an itinerary? Email us at info@stlawrencecountychamber.org .
 

THIS WEEKEND... 

 

EXPERIENCE IT 

 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.
 
 

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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