Toad Harbor, Oneida Lake
Toad Harbor is a manmade series of digs that once formed a harbor. Now owned by the state and maintained by the DEC, this is used as a fishing access point on the north shore of Oneida Lake.
Things To Do
- See wildlife
Take State Route 49 into West Monroe, and on the south side look for Toad Harbor Rd. Take this all the way to the end. Toad Harbor is on the right a few hundred feet before the end.
|Oneida Lake Region|
|Pages||Oneida Lake Homepage • Sylvan Beach • Brewerton • Cleveland • Constantia|
|Parks||Verona Beach State Park • Sylvan Beach Picnic Area • Chapman Park, Sullivan • Toad Harbor • William Park • Three Mile Bay • Oneida Shores|
|Public boat ramps||Oneida Lake South Shore Boat Launch • Godfrey Point • Oneida Shores • Three Mile Bay|