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Monty’s Bay Wildlife Management Area
Monty’s Bay Wildlife Management Area is located on the shore of Lake Champlain, bordering both the towns of Chazy and Beekmantown. The park is comprised of 216 acres, much of which is swamp. Open year round, the park draws in visitors with activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking, and trapping. Hunters seek deer and waterfowl, while mink and muskrat attract trappers. The park also contains a network of public trails. Wildlife Species Often Seen
Spring rains and high lake water from winter’s thaw attracts countless varieties of puddle ducks and other migrating birds. During the fall, the same fields become stop-overs for great flocks of Canada and snow geese as they make their long trek south from northern breeding grounds.
Related Sites Or Experiences
Entering Montys Bay, you’ll see Gilbert Brook Marina, which offers dock slips and moorings. Campsites and a supply store are associated with the marina. Unique to this marina, wave-calming jetties constructed of tires extend out from shore.
Identify And Describe The Management Organization
This site is managed by the New York State Department of Conservation
(518) 897-1394 (Fax)
1115 NYS Route 86, P.O. Box 296
Ray Brook, NY 12977-0296 US