- 1 Is Lake Welch safe swimming?
- 2 What are the names of the 7 Lakes?
- 3 Do you have to pay to get into Lake Welch?
- 4 How much is it to get into Lake Welch?
- 5 Why is Lake Sebago closed?
- 6 Is 7 lakes in NY open?
- 7 Is Harriman State Park safe?
- 8 Does Bear Mountain have lakes?
- 9 What fish are in Harriman State Park?
- 10 Can you swim in lake Skenonto?
- 11 Can you swim in lake Sebago?
- 12 Can you swim in silver mine lake?
- 13 Are there rattlesnakes in Harriman State Park?
- 14 Can you swim in Pine Meadow Lake?
- 15 Can you swim in Island Pond?
Is Lake Welch safe swimming?
Open year round – dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Mon-Fri: 8:00am-4:00pm, picnicking only. No swimming or wading allowed.
What are the names of the 7 Lakes?
From south to north, the lakes are Lake Sebago and Lake Kanawauke in the towns of Haverstraw and Tuxedo; Lake Skannatati and Lake Askoti in Tuxedo; Lake Tiorati in Tuxedo and Woodbury; Silver Mine Lake in Woodbury; and Queensboro Lake in Highlands.
Do you have to pay to get into Lake Welch?
There’s no official entrance (like a gate that collects fees) and no charge, UNLESS you are going to either of the two public beaches (Lake Welch or Lake Tiorati) or parking at the Bear Mountain Inn parking area. A parking fee of $8.00 is collected for these beaches and for Bear Mountain parking.
How much is it to get into Lake Welch?
The charge to get in is $10 per car. There are vending machines near the bathrooms and changing area. All in all a nice day, and a better option than spending 2 hours driving to the shore.
Why is Lake Sebago closed?
On August 27, 2011, Hurricane Irene passed over southern New York leaving the New Sebago Beach ruined and forcing its indefinite closure. Three years later, on October 29, 2014, Hurricane Sandy devastated the picnic area around the beach forcing the rest of the park to close.
Is 7 lakes in NY open?
Seven Lakes Drive remains open.
Is Harriman State Park safe?
The best times to visit Harriman State Park are during the summer and fall seasons. While the park is open year-round for winter lovers too, during the summer all trails, campsites and lake areas are open and completely safe to enjoy.
Does Bear Mountain have lakes?
Bear Mountain State Park is situated in rugged mountains rising from the west bank of the Hudson River. The park features a large play field, shaded picnic groves, lake and river fishing access, a swimming pool, Trailside Museums and Zoo, hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails.
What fish are in Harriman State Park?
Trout fishing is permitted year-round. Stocked with 780 brown trout in March, weather permitting. Other fish present are largemouth and smallmouth bass, panfish.
Can you swim in lake Skenonto?
You officially can’t swim in the lake.
Can you swim in lake Sebago?
Sebago Lake State Park is where you’ll find the best access to swimming. Some of the most popular are Songo River Beach (which is located inside the state park), Tassel Top Beach in Raymond, Nason’s Beach and the Town of Sebago Public Beach in Sebago.
Can you swim in silver mine lake?
Swimming is not permitted at either Hessian Lake or Silver Mine Lake. The lake is shallow along its edges and has a maximum depth of about 25 feet. Picnics, hiking, fishing and boating – with a boat permit – are allowed at the lake.
Are there rattlesnakes in Harriman State Park?
Timber Rattlesnakes live among the residents of Sloatsburg, along the many hilly ledges and rocky hidey-holes, with substantial dens in the faraway hills of Harriman State Park. Timber Rattlesnakes are usually shy and non-aggressive.
Can you swim in Pine Meadow Lake?
Pine Meadow, tucked back off Seven Lakes Parkway, attracts a steady stream of visitors in the warm weather because it’s a relatively easy hike from the Reeves Meadow Visitor Center. Swimming is prohibited but that doesn’t stop people from diving off the rocks that ring the shoreline.
Can you swim in Island Pond?
UPDATE 7/8/18- We have been told that swimming is no longer allowed here, and that rangers will come and forbid it. So this area can now be considered a “See” location for viewing enjoyment.