Area Attractions

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Nearby Oneida Shores County Park is open year round. Seasonal beach and boat launch passes are available to purchase. Enjoy a sandy shallow beach with the dynamic ‘Drivers Village’ kids playground, breezy picnic grounds, volleyball courts and great views of New York’s largest inland lake.

 

Local Attractions:

  • Brewerton Speedway
  • NY State Fair – late August to Labor Day
  • Wegmans Grocery Store
  • Destiny USA Mall
  • Syracuse Farmers Market – Saturday & Sunday
  • Syracuse Nationals Annual Car Show – July
  • Turning Stone Casino
  • Downtown Syracuse & Armory Square shops
  • Sylvan Beach and amusement park
  • Syracuse University
  • Le Moyne College
  • SUNY Oswego
  • Onondaga Community College
  • Pulaski Salmon Fishing
  • Brewerton fishing access – The Oneida Lake I-81 South fishing access piers
  • New York State Barge Canal (Erie Canal)
  • Mirabito Gas Station
  • Hidden Harbor Marina
  • Bartel Road Bait & Tackle   315-676-2144
  • Nice & Easy Convenience Store and Gas
  • Kinney Drugs
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • McDonalds
  • Rosie’s Pizza and Subs
  • Subway
  • Barado’s Restaurant (upscale)
  • Barado’s On The Water at Bradbury Boatel (summers only)
  • Waterfront Restaurant
  • Castaways (now known at 916 Riverside Restaurant)
  • and many more

 

Fisherman Friendly

Oneida Lake is best known for its walleye and yellow perch fishery. Game fish present in the lake include walleye, smallmouth and largemouth bass, northern pike, pickerel and tiger musky. The average lake depth is 22 feet. Stand in Onondaga County and fish off the dock, on the property, and your fishing line is in Oswego County.  Neat!

Lake physical features:
Elevation 370 feet – Max width 5.5miles
Area 50,894 Acres – Length 21 miles
Max depth 55 feet

Salmon fishing enthusiast can fly fish at Brewerton North Wall, a 3 minute walk from the Stone House Cottage, or on the Salmon River in nearby Pulaski.

Brewerton North Wall: Located on the north bank, on the east side of the US Rte 11 bridge, this concrete structure offers shore anglers a good casting platform for open water walleyes in spring and fall, and smallmouth bass and panfish all summer long. The shallow and weedy inside channel holds largemouth bass, northern pike and panfish.  Click here for fishing information on the Visit Oswego site or here for more information on where to fish from the DEC.

For your convenience:

Local bait shop – Bartel Road Bait & Tackle
Equipment needs – Gander Mountain Sports
Fishing Boat rentals –Brewerton Boat Yard

Fishing Boat rentals – www.boatoneida.com
Marina(s): Hidden Harbor Marina, Brewerton Boat Yard, and many others to choose from.