Four Mile Creek State Park


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Four Mile Creek State Park


Location:4 miles east of Youngstown via Route 18F or the Robert Moses Parkway.
Facilities:275 tent and trailer campsites (@di; 131 sites have electricity), showers (é), hiking trails, picnic areas, playground, camp store, food.
Activities:Camping, fishing, hiking, bicycling, recreation programs.
Special Features:Four Mile Creek is a campground for use by campers and guests only, located just 15 minutes north of Niagara Falls. The marsh at the mouth of Four Mile Creek is home to many varieties of plants, animals, and birds, including the great blue heron.
Address:Lake Rd
Youngstown, NY 14174

Phone:716-745-3802
Web: www.nysparks.com/parks/info.asp?parkId=110
Size: 248 acres.

See other parks in New York.
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One of the best places to take in the fall colors this week would be Four Mile Creek State Park, located just two miles east of Fort Niagara on the lakefront in the town of Porter, but be forewarned before you drive north on the Robert Moses Parkway to this state park (and thank God for the parkway, without which these northern locales would remain as wild and inaccessible as remote areas of the North Pole), because the park is closed.
According to its State Parks web site, Four Mile Creek State Park "is located near the shores of Lake Ontario and offers spectacular panoramic views.
The main feature of Four Mile Creek State Park, however, is its 275 postage-stamp-sized campsites, each of which rake in a basic $17.25 a day for State Parks.