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Grasse River Heritage Trail

Located on Coakley Island and Falls Island in downtown Canton, this park includes interpretive signs detailing the history of the Grasse River. The trail begins at the historic King Iron Bowstring Bridge, which was originally built in the 1870s and fully restored in 2007. This bridge connects Coakley Island to the 4.4 acre Falls Island, which was the heart of the manufacturing district in 19th century Canton. Approximately 19 miles of the Grasse River is located in the Town and Village of Canton.


  • 1 Riverside Drive
  • Canton, NY, 13617
  • 2 miles from hotel

Frederic Remington Art Museum

The Frederic Remington Art Museum is an art museum in Ogdensburg, New York that focuses on the work of Frederic Remington.

The building currently housing the museum was built in 1810 by David Parish. Although he only lived in the home until 1816, other members of his family occupied it up until the 1860s. After Frederic Remington died in 1909, his wife Eva moved into the house as a guest of Frederic's friend George Hall in 1915 and lived there with her sister until her death in 1918. In 2008, the building started to undergo minor repairs which should be finished before 2011. However, is still open to the public.

Eva Remington's estate became the Remington Art Memorial in 1923. Since then, the collection has expanded through purchases and donations, and it is now called the Frederic Remington Art Museum


  • 303 Washington Street
  • Ogdensburg, NY, 13669
  • 20 miles from hotel

Indian Creek Nature Center

Indian Creek Nature Center consists of approximately 320 acres located within the Upper and Lower Lakes Wildlife Management Area in the town of Canton in New York State. The center borders flooded lands between the Oswegatchie and Grasse Rivers designed to enhance waterfowl habitat. The center contains approximately 7.9 miles of trails, including a boardwalk trail through a marsh to an overlook with expansive views of Upper and Lower Lakes Wildlife Management Area. Elevation ranges from 308 feet in the northern portion to 350 feet near the road in the southern portion. All trails are free and open to the public. Extensive efforts are underway to improve many of the trails including informational plaques and a guided nature trail. Please enjoy the center as a wildlife haven with a myriad of amphibians, mammals, and resident and migratory birds. The center also offers a number of guided programs in the spring and fall.


  • 71 Lower Pine Street
  • Potsdam, NY, 13676
  • 9 miles from hotel