Recreation and Culture
St. Lawrence County is rich in resources natural and cultural. For a family getaway or personal retreat, this is the place to have fun, naturally!
From the majestic Singer Castle to museums and wildlife refuges, there are more than enough attractions to make St. Lawrence County, NY a repeat destination for you, your family or your group.
St. Lawrence County has a full schedule of events throughout the year, from music festivals and concerts, to week-long celebrations. So whether you are here for a short over-night visit, or spending some quality time with friends or family for an extended period, check out all that we have to offer.
St. Lawrence County is the largest county in New York State geographically, with 2,822 square miles. It is definitely the great outdoors! Almost a third of the county falls in the Adirondack Park, while 75 miles of its border is along the St. Lawrence River. And that is just one of the more than 200 rivers, ponds and lakes that are covering the territory.
Lodging & Dining
Good food can be found in all our communities, and flavors from around the world including: American, Mexican, Indian, Italian, Asian and German. And try the small diners for those home-cooked favorites. And after a great meal, find a cozy place to lay your head, whether a cabin by the river or lake, or tucked in the mountains.
Entertainment abounds from the famous Crane School of Music concerts at SUNY Potsdam to the Rt. 56 Drive-In; there is plenty to keep everyone entertained. The St. Lawrence Centre Mall offers a variety in shopping and ice skating year round. Many local bars and restaurants offer live entertainment on the weekends.