Do you like winter, salmon fishing, hunting, or simply do you enjoy the beauty of nature, watching deer, flocks of turkeys, or Bald Eagles soaring through a panoramic view of the “Tug Hill”? Do you enjoy making maple syrup in March, or the crisp autumn days of brilliant crimson, yellow and burnt orange colors that illuminate the northern hardwood forest? Can you imagine capturing the first snowflakes of the season, enjoying the outdoors snowshoeing, and cross country skiing well into the spring months? If you can then, “Tug Hill," is an excellent location for you.
Redfield/Boylston located in Oswego County on the Westside of the “Tug Hill” Plateau, and east of Lake Ontario, are small towns characterized by their rich history and connection to ancestral roots that date back to the first settlers of the area. Abundant in recreational activities Little John State Game Management Area, Tug Hill, and the Winnoa State Forest host competitions in cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Also, for motorized sport enthusiasts there are miles of groomed snowmobile trails including among the destinations Barnes Corners, Osceola, Montague, and Flat Rock where there is a majestic view of our most modern usage of windmills for generating green energy. In the springtime trout fishing on the Cotrell Creek or Mad River are pristine streams that feed the Salmon River for fall salmon fishing in the local town of Pulaski. During the summer months spend your time vacationing on Lake Ontario or Sandy Pond.
I can help make your real estate dreams come true with a CAMP, HOME or LAND in the Tug Hill area. My name is Neil Cheney, and I have worked in the Natural Resource field for 35 years; I know land, and what to look for in a home.