Bald eagle angler in Waddington
While kayaking on the St. Lawrence River, Koren Bradish spotted a bald eagle catch a fish and carry it over to a nearby tree and devour it. ‘So majestic,’ she said.View enlarged photo.
Visit a castle, the Olympics, the ‘wild’ or Canada’s past
Dozens of day trip possibilities are within an hour or two of St. Lawrence County.
They include the famed Boldt Castle as well as Singer Castle in the Thousand Islands, the Lake Placid Olympic Center, Tupper Lake’s Wild Center and Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ont.
For information on these and many other destinations just a short drive away, visit our Day Trips Page.
From full-service dining to fast food
If you’re hungry, St. Lawrence County offers scores of restaurants.
Whether you’re hankering for full-service dining, fast food, pizza, ethnic selections or just something different, why not check out one of the area’s eating spots?
For ideas, check out our five Restaurant Pages.
Motels and bed & breakfasts
Whether you plan to visit St. Lawrence County or will be hosting friends or family who will need a place to stay overnight while in the area, a number of motels and bed and breakfasts are available.
For a comprehensive listing arranged by community, visit our Motels/B&Bs Page.
Museums and galleries
Ogdensburg’s prestigious Frederic Remington Art Museum, Massena’s Hawkins Point Visitor’s Center, the St. Lawrence County Historical Association and the Potsdam Public Museum are among numerous museums and galleries in St. Lawrence County.
St. Lawrence University in Canton and SUNY Potsdam are also home to galleries with frequently changing exhibits.
For details, visit our Exhibits Page.
Antiques, collectibles and more
From fine antiques and restored furniture to collectibles and flea market items, antique shops large and small in St. Lawrence County offer a varied selection.
Each shop has a character as unique as the items they sell.
For a comprehensive listings of shops throughout the area, visit our Antiques Page.