Hamlin Beach State Park


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Hamlin Beach State Park


Location:Off Lake Ontario State Parkway, 25 miles west of Rochester.
Facilities:264 tent and trailer campsites (all with electricity), showers (é), picnic areas, picnic pavilions (é), playground, food concession, multi-use trails (10 miles), self-guided nature trail (1 mile), beach, hand launch boat ramp, environmental education center.
Activities:Camping (including group camping), boating (no power boats), fishing, swimming, hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, recreation programs.
Special Features:Park's most prominent feature is the bluff known as Devil's Nose, a familiar landmark for passing boats. The environmental education center is located at the east end of the park, in the Yanty Creek Marsh Area.
Address:1 Camp Rd
Hamlin, NY 14464

Phone:585-964-2462
Fax:585-964-7821
Phone:800-456-2267
Web: www.nysparks.com/parks/info.asp?parkId=6
Size: 1,287 acres.

See other parks in New York.
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5 million initiative to modernize and preserve the Depression-era bathhouse at Hamlin Beach State Park is complete.
The improvements at Hamlin Beach State Park are essential to its long-term viability and preservation, and with new scenic trails and modern facilities, will continue to attract visitors and inject more tourism dollars into the Finger Lakes' economy.
Hamlin Beach State Park has hosted memorable gatherings of friends and family for generations, and the historic bathhouse renovations and Yanty Marsh improvements will ensure these happy traditions continue, State Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey said.
Senator Joe Robach said, Hamlin Beach State Park is a summer destination for so many residents of Monroe County and all of New York State, and plays an important role in our local tourism economy.