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Seneca Lake State Park's Sprayground and Playground
Note: Sprayground hours are 11am-6pm daily in the summer
- Vehicle entry fee collected from mid-May to mid-October.
Restrooms available from May to October.
- 2014 Swimming Season: 6/14 - 9/1, 11 AM - 6 PM, weekends & holidays only
Sprayground (weather permitting)
5/24 - 6/1, 11 AM - 6 PM, weekends only
6/7 - 9/1, 11 AM - 6 PM, daily
Seneca Lake State Park is tops on parents' list for summer water fun in Western New York and the Finger Lakes! Because the Park had no specific web page showing their great Sprayground and playground, we thought we'd put up some photos so you can see the great water fun in store for you when you bring your kids to Geneva.
Seneca Lake State Park is located at the northern end of Seneca Lake, in Geneva, NY, about 50 minutes southeast of Rochester along Routes 5 & 20. For 2012, it's $7 per vehicle (same as for the last 7 years). The hours are 11-6pm (gates to the park open at 8:30 and the park closes at dark), although as the summer days get hotter and longer, the hours change to 10am-7pm. Call ahead, (315) 789-2331, on the day you're planning to go, to check conditions.
Directions: Take the Thruway to exit 42, then route 14 south into Geneva. After about 6 miles turn left onto Lake St and immediately bear left onto US 20. The Park will be about a mile down, on the right, on Park Road.
Note: A KOA reader reminds us that for a child who is still learning to use the potty, a swim diaper and plastic underwear need to be worn. The concession stand sells the plastic underwear if you forget yours.
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