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Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area features 3586 acres of wetlands 18 miles north of Syracuse, between Phoenix and Baldwinsville. Much of the old dirt roads in the WMA can be used as hiking or biking trails.
There are hiking trails through out the area that allow visitors to enjoy bird watching, hiking, snowshoeing, hunting and fishing. There are a couple of parking areas off Route 48 on Kellogg Road, as well as another parking area off Sixty Road. The parking area on Sixty Road has a short trail that leads to an overlook. There are other parking areas on Potter Road, which is off Sixty Road.
This WMA has easy access from Interstate 690 and NY 48. Look below for a few pictures, a few videos and a few maps featuring this WMA.
Observation Deck at Three Rivers WMA
Walking along one of the old dirt roads in the WMA
Old dirt road passing a pond in the WMA
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