Macomb Reservation State Park is a 744-acre park that offers an excellent array of summertime activities like fishing, swimming, and hiking. Non-motorized watercraft are welcome on either Davis Pond or Salmon River inside of Macomb Reservation State Park. Both of these bodies of water provide, calm, easy paddling so guests of all abilities can get out and test their water wings.
Rental services are available at the park's concession stand, located just outside of the central office at the western edge of the park. Make sure to get your registration renewed before dropping into the water here, as park officials check all vehicles entering the park grounds. If you would enjoy taking your dog out with you, it's okay as long as you keep them restrained.
During the wintertime, locals are seen here engaging in sports like snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and even ice skating as long as the weather permits it. These pastimes are welcome in all areas of the park while there's snow, but guests are reminded to bring their equipment as the park offices are closed during the off-season.
Dogs are free to accompany guests into the fresh powder, as long as they're on a leash and visitors clean up any messes they might leave behind. Canines cannot occupy any frozen surfaces here, for their safety. For fans of land sports, Macomb Reservation State Park has three playing fields perfect for football or soccer. These can be rented throughout the year by visiting the New York State Parks' website.
Camping is offered here via 39 sites. These are a combination of electric and non-electric areas and can be reserved up to three months in advance. Public restrooms are only located within the campsites, and there are no public showers available. Canines are permitted on park ground as long as they're on a leash.