With 2 kettle lakes formed during the last ice age, the Park is a haven for many birds so bring your camera. Remnants of the Chenango Canal can still be found in the park, along the river.
Park at the beach/swimming area. There is a seasonal entrance fee. See park website for details.
CHALLENGE – 6 miles, round-trip
Starting from the main parking lot at the beach / swimming area, choose your own route to the viewpoint overlooking the confluence of the Tioughnioga and Chenango Rivers found at the far northern end of the park, and then return back to the beach. The presence of a bench indicates you have reached the viewpoint. It is considered a relatively easy but long hike with a few hilly sections.