One of the five Great Lakes of North America that spans the north shore along Rochester, NY and the southern shore of Toronto, Ontario Canada. Of the five Great Lakes, Ontario is the eastern most and the smallest. The southern shore is lined with remarkable beauty including a most dramatic landscape of towering bluffs at Chimney Bluffs State Park and a variety of recreational opportunity abounds on this 'Great' Lake.
PORT OF ROCHESTER
The Port of Rochester Marina is located where Lake Ontario and the mighty Genesee River meet and is a state-of-the-art facility with great boater amenities and can accommodate boats of all shapes and sizes. Click here for information about the Port of Rochester Marina.
Irondequoit Bay Marina is a launch site for small and power boats and provides great fishing access to Lake Ontario. Click here for access sites from the Department of Environmental Conservation.
LITTLE SODUS BAY
This bay is a protected, natural harbor on Lake Ontario and in the lovely, quaint town of Fair Haven. Click here for access sites from the Department of Environmental Conservation. (Pictured to the right)
Often referred to as "Great Sodus Bay" it's a lovely area known for its excellent fishing - brown and rainbow trout, salmon, perch, walleye and more. Also a great area to boat, kayak, swim and more. Click here for access sites from the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Braddock Bay is a fish and wildlife management area and is renowned for being a excellent bird-watching location for raptors and other birds. Click here for access sites from the Department of Environmental Conservation.