Beechwood State Park
Camping, Hiking, Fishing - Former Girl Scout Campground
Beechwood State Park is a 288-acre (1.17 km2) state park located on the shore of Lake Ontario in the Town of Sodus in Wayne County, New York. The park occupies land that was formerly the site of a Girl Scout camp. The park is owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and is currently operated by the Town of Sodus under an agreement with New York State.
Beechwood State Park features approximately 1,500 feet (460 m) of shoreline along Lake Ontario. The narrow pebble beach has been impacted by erosion and is littered with a number of trees that have fallen from the adjacent bluffs.
The park also features several miles of mowed hiking trails, a picnic pavilion, and several small shelters. Fishing and canoeing access to the adjacent Maxwell Creek is also possible from the park.
The park is open to Scout groups camping. There are about 8 camp sites in the park for units can reserve. These sites have lean-tos or A-frame shelters in which Scouts and Leaders my camp.
- Romany - 8 A-frames.
- Highland - 8 A-frames.
- Pine - 7 Lean-tos
- Larches - 8 A-frames
- Eastwood - 4 A-frames
- Far Forest - 7 A-frames
- Frontier 8 - Lean-tos
- Wayfare 5 - Lean-tos
As of the publication of this article, camping at Beechwood State Park is free of charge
Park Contact Information
To reserve a weekend for your unit, simply contact the park ranger, Salvatore, and register with him. 1-315-576-0836
- Family Scouting
- Sea Scouts