Pulaski in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Bodies of Water. Discover best things to do in Pulaski with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Pulaski
4.5 based on 48 reviews
got a real kick out of watching this incredible site...100's of fishermen standing in the water, on the banks and on the rocks to catch salmon...such a charming town too...wish we had more time to spend, but we did stop coming and going to Canada...it was THAT awesome!...
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Beautiful waterfall located in Orwell New York. The hike to and from the falls is short and flat. The location is a little hard to find however it's worth the adventure. We tried to hike some of the other trails located at the park however it ended up being too muddy. Some of the stones at the falls were engraved and had been there for years. One of the oldest engravings was from 1938. I definitely recommend stopping here if you're int he Pulaski area. It's a great place for photographers, nature lovers and the likes.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Great place for families to go and enjoy all the sights, tastes and smells of Fall in central NY. Family business for generations, beautiful grounds and things for kids to enjoy. Not to mention outstanding selection of apples, cider, pumpkins, etc. Have a great time and take it all in!
5 based on 1 reviews
The Half-shire specializes in the family history of part of Oswego County. They have an amazing collection of resources, which is growing all the time, and were very accommodating to our schedule with one day's notice. The volunteers are dedicated and super knowledgeable. It is a must visit for local genealogists.
5 based on 7 reviews
Lake Ontario and the Salmon River are famous for producing trophy Trout and Salmon. Pulaski, New York is the center of this great sportfishery. Since 1976, Strike Zone Charters has been the choice for thousands of anglers who are looking for the best in Lake Ontario captains and Salmon River guides. Fishing Lake Ontario, and it’s rivers,is what we do...full time.
This is the only charter company I will ever use.We have been fishing with the Sheltra brothers,Robin and Todd,on Lake Ontario and it’s tributaries for years.They provide top notch guide service and gear for catching trophy Salmon and Trout in every season.The fishing over the...MoreThanks buddy, may our rods always be LOCKED!! When ever your on board.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Searching for a beach on Lake Ontario in upstate New York around the Oswego area. Drove over to Mexico Point Park which is a bit off the beaten track. Found a beautiful grassy, wooded park on the great lake with picnic tables, and a tiny beach (and a charming lifeguard). Once a destination point for prohibition rum-runners and vacationers to the Mexico Point Club built in 1906, all that remains today is the stone ruins of the burnt lodge, and the original carriage house which was remodeled in the 30's by a Columbia sociologist professor and German artist into a tiny 11th century medieval manor house, "Casey's Cottage." The tour is free, the docent was delightful and full of information and the entire experience was unique. Worth the drive if you're looking for a pretty, secluded park overlooking Lake Ontario and a fascinating work of architectural history.
4 based on 34 reviews
This park is great to get away. The beach is pretty clean and is good size. There is camping, a baseball field, excellent fishing and boating opportunities. It is a great place to visit during all seasons. Up above from the beach is a very nice area with picnic tables which is ideal for parties or picnics. There are also paved roads which is great if you have strollers or wheel chairs. A great place for sunrises and sunsets!
3.5 based on 2 reviews
4 based on 21 reviews
This beach is probably the kind of place that locals think is the nuts! For them, it may be. But, if you have ever been to Eagle or Manchebo Beaches on Aruba, Trunk Bay in St. John's, Ka'anapoli on Maui or even the more commercial beaches at Waikiki on Oahu, well, there is just no comparison. It's like matching up a diamond necklace to love beads. They are both jewelry, but....
Anyway, Sandy Island Beach is a very small beach park on the rather rocky shore of Lake Ontario. The beach area has plenty of sand in between the rocky patches. It's abutted by private properties on either side. Paid parking is available (about $7 for the day) and there are rest rooms, but no concession for food and drinks. You'll have to bring those in yourself.
The park has a few grills and tables set up near the parking lot.
Small kids and their parents would probably like this place. But, the water is very cold and, during holidays like the 4th of July weekend, it can get crowded: Coney Island crowded!
It's OK, but I suspect I won't be returning unless someone is having a party up there!
4 based on 19 reviews
Opened late in the 1980's, the Douglaston Salmon Run was developed as a low pressure, catch and release fishing environment to maximize the outdoor experience of every guest. Two and a half miles of private waters fishing offers a world class sports fishing destination with seven nearby lodges available year round for guests. Over the years, the DSR has evolved into a fishing experience for every type of angler, but definitely those who value natural surroundings as much as catching fish. Fly fishermen, casters, and drift boat fishing types come to the DSR for the catch and release, the atmosphere of respectful outdoor sporting, and for the attentive staff who work year round to keep the DSR clean, accessible and a good value.
I recently travelled to Pulaski on my 1st steelhead fishing trip. I spent 4 days fishing local streams without success. I was reluctant to pay the $50, and that's not a typo, for a one day visit to DSR. Also, all fish caught must be released. The fee is quite high. My suggestion to the Dar team would be to consider selling a week long pass at discounted pricing.
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