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Hiking in Oswego County
New York State Lands
The 3346 acre Chateaugay State Forest has over seven miles of maintained marked hiking trails within the state forest. Unfortunately there are some trails that are not maintained. The maintained trails are marked by number and are well worn making them easy to follow.
This state forest is located approximately 7.5 miles east of Pulaski, NY off County Route 2. The trails were constructed by the Oswego County Conservation Corps and the Youth Conservation Corps in 1978-1979. You'll find pines and old stone foundations along the trails. The old stone foundations are remnants from when this area was farmland a long time ago.
Look below for a couple of DEC trail maps, video and a few pictures from this state forest. This state forest is a gem in Oswego County for those looking for new adventures.
Stone wall next to a trail
Trail in Chateaugay State Forest
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