Hours of Operation

6:45 AM - 5:15 PM


 CLOSED 

Christmas Day 12/25/18

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Standing Notice

When the Salmon River’s dam release (h2oline) exceeds 2,000 cfs, the DSR will be closed to fishing and open only for office hours. DSR will return to posted fishing hours once the dam release is less than 2,000 CFS.


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Fishing Report
Fishing Report 12/14/18
Fri, December 14, 2018

Reports from today indicated a slight uptick in angler's success, even over yesterday's success. Anglers reported a mix of mostly fresh, large chromers as well as a few that were colored up, with a ...

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Activities for Everyone

Antiques - For times when something other than fishing calls your attention. The area is full of interesting by-the-way antique shopping spots where your next treasure might just be hiding.

 

Auto Racing - For the love of speed, choices abound at the Oswego, Fulton or Brewerton Speedways. Only a short drive from the DSR, race fans enjoy the cars, drivers and track spring, summer and fall.

 

Beaches - A week at the beach with a DSR lodge as your home-base is a great way to make memories that last. Selkirk Shores State Park, Mexico Point State Park, Sandy Island Beach State Park, Fair Haven State Park Beach or any one of dozens of terrific places to enjoy the unique eastern Lake Ontario Dunes and Wetland region.

 

Birdwatching - Excellent year-round birding at Derby Hill Observatory along the eastern Ontario dunes. Called 'the best spring hawkwatch in the Northeast', thousands of raptor species make their way up and down the coast to the amazement of birdwatchers and everyone.

 

Cross-Country Skiing/Snow Shoeing - The Tug Hill Cross Country ski area, known for its over 300 inches of snowfall each year, is just one of the numerous locations skiiers and snow shoe enthusiasts can enjoy the white stuff in our area.

 

Geocaching - A new and growing outdoor past time that takes advantage of technology to add a new spin to treasure hunting. The Great Lake Seaway Geo-Trail is just one of hundreds of cache locations throughout the region. Fun for individuals, couples and familes with a treasure hunting spirit and a hand-held GPS device.

 

Golf - Fishermen like to golf almost as much as they like to fish. More than a dozen area 9- and 18-hole courses, and several mini-golf places, are open three seasons of the year.

 

Great Lakes Seaway Trail - Situated in the mid-section of this scenic and historic 518-mile byway, the lodges at DSR are a convenient and scenic accommodation option when exploring the Seaway Trail. Great Lakes Storyteller signs guide travelers to lighthouses, historic battlegrounds, shipwrecks and architectural treasures.

 

HarborFest - The DSR lodges are a short 30 minute drive to the heart of Harborfest activites. This year, the Oswego Harborfest celebrates its 25th anniversary July 26-29th.

 

Hiking - Fourteen miles of marked trails at your DSR lodge door. Dozens of parks and recreation areas are home to hundreds of miles of more trails to take you on unlimited adventures.

 

Kayaking/Canoeing - Plan a weekend stay during one of the Salmon River summer 2012 water release dates. July 9-10, July 23-24; August 6-7. Or take a leisurely canoe outing in the Salmon River Estuary for wildlife photography and to see spectacular Lake Ontario sunsets.

 

Lake Ontario Charter Fishing - Stocked by the DEC and in an amazing 20-year environmental turn-around, Lake Ontario is one the regions' most popular fishing destinations. From May to early fall, anglers throw hooks from dawn till dusk to fish for trout, salmon, perch and bass. Charter boats are abundant along the eastern Ontario shore.

 

Museums - Oswego County and the surrounding North Country region is home to an wide variety of historical sites and museums for every age and interest. From the H. Lee White Marine Museum, depicting Oswego's maritime history, to the Salmon River International Sport Fishing Museum, at the Salmon River Visitor's Center in Almar, to public and private sites once a part of the Underground Railroad, there is no shortage of interesting spaces and places to explore, learn and enjoy all the region can offer while you stay at the DSR.

 

Salmon River Falls Unique Area - Four seasons of natural beauty, hiking, ice climbing and all the spray you can stand. Hikers, climbers and photographers find the natural beauty and challenge of the Salmon River Falls worth visiting. Just 15 minutes from the DSR lodges.