St. Lawrence County

St. Lawrence County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the population was 111,944.[1] The county seat is Canton.

Saint Lawrence County is home to St. Lawrence University, State University of New York at Potsdam, Clarkson University, the SUNY-ESF Ranger School, and the State University of New York at Canton. Part of the County is in the Adirondack Park and includes much of the Oswegatchie River, Cranberry Lake and Lake Ozonia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Lawrence_County,_New_York

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Aldrich Pond Wild Forest
Balsam Creek State Forest
Beaver Creek State Forest (St. Lawrence County)
Brasher State Forest
Buckton State Forest
California Road State Forest
Cranberry Lake Wild Forest
Cranberry Lake Wild Forest
Deer River State Forest
Degrasse State Forest
Downersville State Forest
Fire-Fall State Forest
Fish Creek WMA
FIve Ponds Wilderness
Fort Jackson State Forest
Frank E. Jadwin State Forest
Grantville State Forest
Grasse River Wild Forest
Greenwood Creek State Forest
Hickory Lake State Forest
High Flats State Forest
Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest
Knapp Station State Forest
Lost Nation State Forest
Madawaska Flow
North Country State Forests
Onjebonge State Forest
Pleasant Lake State Forest
Raquette River Wild Forest
Raymondville State Forest
Robert Moses State Park (Massena)
Round Lake Wilderness
Silver Hill State Forest
Sodom State Forest
Southville State Forest
Stammer Creek State Forest
Star Lake
Taylor Creek State Forest
Toothaker Creek State Forest
Trout Lake State Forest
Upper and Lower Lakes WMA
Watsons East Triangle Wild Forest
Whippoorwill Corners State Forest
Whiskey Flats State Forest
White Hill Wild Forest
Wolf Lake State Forest
Yellow Lake State Forest

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Map: Raymondville State Forest

Map: Raymondville State Forest

Raymondville State Forest is comprised of 641 acres located in the town of Norfolk in northeastern St. Lawrence County.

There is a 1.0 mile recreational trail posted with yellow markers which begins on the Grantville road and leads south through a mixed forest of white pine and northern hardwoods. It is open to hiking and cross country skiing. The property provides large undeveloped areas suitable for hunting, hiking, and nature viewing.

Camping - There are no designated camp sites on this property. Back country camping is allowed. Camping for more than three nights or in a group of ten or more requires a permit from a Forest Ranger. Camping is prohibited within 150 feet of water, roads or trail.

Hunting and Trapping are permitted on the property in accordance with all game regulations, unless otherwise posted.

Geo-caching is allowed although caches must be marked with the owner's contact information and may not be placed in dangerous or ecologically sensitive locations.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/80835.html

Map: Goodman Mountain Trail

Map: Goodman Mountain Trail

Located mostly on the southern shores of Tupper Lake, Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest is popular for those adventurers looking to escape the crowds of Tupper Lake. There are six primitive camping spots available along Horseshoe Lake, with a few others away from the lake. The wild forest also has access of Lows Lake & Hitchins Pond Primitive Area for those looking to explore the area. The Bog River is a very popular destination, however the most popular hiking destination is the fire tower on Mount Arab.

http://www.cnyhiking.com/HorseshoeLakeWildForest.htm

Map: Lows Ledge Trail

Map: Lows Ledge Trail

Located mostly on the southern shores of Tupper Lake, Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest is popular for those adventurers looking to escape the crowds of Tupper Lake. There are six primitive camping spots available along Horseshoe Lake, with a few others away from the lake. The wild forest also has access of Lows Lake & Hitchins Pond Primitive Area for those looking to explore the area. The Bog River is a very popular destination, however the most popular hiking destination is the fire tower on Mount Arab.

http://www.cnyhiking.com/HorseshoeLakeWildForest.htm