Oak Orchard Marine Park

4.54 Votes
  • Address: NY Route 18, Carlton, NY 14571, USA, Waterport, United States
  • Phone: +1-5856824888
  • Tags: Water Body, Park, Family And Kids, Fishing

Close to the Oak Orchard Creek in New York, the Oak Orchard Marine Park is a haven for fishing enthusiasts and the casual walkers/hikers. You can fish along the pier where the seating is on rocks or you can stand and throw your line and wait. There are boat launches at the Oak Orchard Park and you can enjoy a picnic at the space demarcated in the park. There is also a grill area if you’re looking for a BBQ night. The views of the sunrise and the sunset are sights you must definitely not miss, if you are planning on visiting the park.

  • Oak Orchard Marine Park Address: NY Route 18, Carlton, NY 14571, USA, Waterport, United States
  • Oak Orchard Marine Park Contact Number: +1-5856824888
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Oak Orchard Marine Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful park on lake Ontario. Lighthouse to walk through and restaurants there. Nice picnic spot.

  • My friend is in the process of selling his house in the area and I was helping do some yard work. Even though I grew up in ny I'm not very familiar with the point breeze area. It was first time going here and it was really beautiful. My daughter liked the lighthouse but it wasn't open, she found some rocks to make up for it.I love how this town has painted rocks to find and hide places.

  • My favorite place to launch a boat! Make sure you have 6 dollars exact! The ticket machine doesnt give change. Nice bathrooms and great parking lot and launches for bigger boats.

  • Excellent for kayaking. State Park $6 parking. Bathrooms. Easy launch. Hours of paddling upstream to Lake Alice. Haven't made it up all the way to "the damn" yet. Will go top down next trip, or start at Sandy's marina, about 30 minutes upstream, which was pretty well underwater, but ok for kayaks.

  • This is a wonderful place to visit because of the War of 1812 Peace Garden. The surrounding area summer markets. The fishing and the Route 104 waterway.

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