Swim, fish, boat, and walk for miles at this 1,852-acre park on the shore of Seneca Lake. The museum honors the nation's second-largest naval training station during World War II. The Air Force took over the station during the Korean War, and an Air Force Museum, in the same building, tells that story. A boat launch and 120 berths surround the marina, next to a gravel swimming beach. More than 240 campsites are nestled among wooded areas. Tennis courts, playgrounds, and a concession stand, open in summer, are also part of the complex.
6096 Rte. 96A, 13 mi southeast of Geneva, Romulus, New York, 14541, United States
315-585–6392-park; 315-585–6203-Naval Museum; 315-585–5999-Air Force Museum