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Hamlin Marsh

 

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Hamlin Marsh Wildlife Management Area consists of 1473 acres of a wetland area. Visitor activities include hiking trails, parking lot, bird watching, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and trapping. This WMA is located in the Town of Clay northwest of North Syracuse, NY.

The area is easily accessible from Henry Clay Blvd, from US 11 via Bear Road and Davis Road South; and from Wetzel Road for the west and southwest portions of the area.  Be sure to check out the observation deck off Henry Cly BLVD just south of the NY 481 bridge if you decide to explore this WMA.  There are pictures, a map and a short video below of this WMA.

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Walkway leading to observation deck

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View from observation deck

 

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