Finger Lakes State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 35
Number of Sites with Electric: 16
While enjoying a day at Finger Lakes State Park, visitors may hear more than just the sounds of nature. The steady humming and ever-changing pitch of off-road motor vehicles may linger in the background, as off-road riding is the most popular activity at the park.
Once the site of a coal strip-mining operation, the man-made landscape of Finger Lakes State Park has been transformed into a recreational area providing a variety of amusement options. The more than 70 miles of off-road motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle trails and motocross track attract people from around the country. A one-and-a-half mile-long corridor of water, ideal for canoeing, fishing, swimming and scuba diving, features a large sand swimming beach.
A pleasant, wooded area in the center of the park has been preserved for picnicking, and provides welcome shaded relief from the summer sun.
Finger Lakes State Park offers 19 basic and 16 electric campsites. There is one electric accessible site, one electric campground host site and one basic accessible site. On-season (April through October) services include reservable campsites, a dump station, showers and water. The campground is open and reservable year-round. For reservations, there is a required two-night minimum stay for weekends.
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