Orton Hollow State Forest

Orton Hollow State Forest encompasses 507 acres and is located in between the towns of Williamstown and Amboy in Oswego County along the border of Oneida County. Rugged and rustic, this forest is a good place for activities such as hunting and trapping. Game species such as weasels, deer, raccoon, rabbit, and turkey are plentiful, and hunting within these woods is a favorite for many locals.

There is a portion of the abandoned town road designated for ATV use for those holding permits issued for individuals with mobility impairments. The trail is about ½ mile in length going southerly following the old roadway. Parking is provided at the log landing at the gate. There are not other formal trails on this forest making this forest more suited to those seeking recreational opportunities of a more primitive nature.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/63334.html

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Map: Orton Hollow State Forest

Map: Orton Hollow State Forest

Orton Hollow State Forest encompasses 507 acres and is located in between the towns of Williamstown and Amboy in Oswego County along the border of Oneida County. Rugged and rustic, this forest is a good place for activities such as hunting and trapping. Game species such as weasels, deer, raccoon, rabbit, and turkey are plentiful, and hunting within these woods is a favorite for many locals.

There is a portion of the abandoned town road designated for ATV use for those holding permits issued for individuals with mobility impairments. The trail is about ½ mile in length going southerly following the old roadway. Parking is provided at the log landing at the gate. There are not other formal trails on this forest making this forest more suited to those seeking recreational opportunities of a more primitive nature.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/63334.html