Explore Tug Hill

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

Pixley Falls
Tug Hill Traverse Trail
Bird Club Pond
Delta Lake by Emily Sheridan
Pixley Falls State Park
Tug Hill Traverse Trail
Bird Club Pond
BREIA Trails
Delta Lake
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Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Join our trail challenge and explore the many, diverse landscapes and wildlife habitat in Tug Hill.

Document 10 walk, hike, bike, snowshoe, or paddle trails from the Tug Hill Recreation Guide. Then fill out our Challenge form.

We'll send you our Challenge Patch or Decal, your choice, to congratulate you on meeting the achievement!

Hit the Trails

For more than 29 Trail Maps and visitor information read the Tug Hill Recreation Guide

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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Michael Crandall

Black River Trail »

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 »

Little John Wildlife Management Area »

North Bay Oneida Lake by Denise Weatherly
© Denise Weatherly

Oneida Lake »

Pixley Falls

Pixley Falls State Park »