Explore Tug Hill

Places to Explore Intro Area

Are you looking for a great place to see water falls, perhaps go a hike in a quiet woodland, or explore the wetlands and meadows when looking for amazing birds?

Maybe you’re looking for a nice place to take your family for a quick hike or picnic or go for a ski or join friends snowmobiling?


Well, Tug Hill has that in spades!

Check out some of the featured areas, as well as our own Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary


Introducing: new trails maps compatible with mobile devices

The Avenza Maps® app uses your mobile device’s built-in GPS, track your location, plot locations and photos, measure distance and area, and more.

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Check out Whetstone Gulf State Park and download the map 

Pixley Falls
Tug Hill Traverse Trail
Bird Club Pond
Delta Lake by Emily Sheridan
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BREIA by Janet Thompson
© Janet Thompson

BREIA (Black River Environmental Improvement Association) Trails »

Delta Lake by Emily Sheridan
© Emily Sheridan

Delta Lake State Forest »

East Branch of Fish Creek by Zachary Wakeman

East Branch of Fish Creek Access Trail »

Forest Park Sunny Morning
© Emmanuel Vaucher

Forest Park »

Mosher Pond at Happy Valley WMA

Happy Valley Wildlife Management Area »

Bird Club Pond

Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary »

North Bay Oneida Lake by Denise Weatherly
© Denise Weatherly

Oneida Lake »

Pixley Falls

Pixley Falls State Park »

Inman Gulf at Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls in the Tug Hill State Forest »