Delta Lake State Park, open year-round for rest and relaxation, is located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir. The terrain is wooded and generally flat. Visitors can enjoy the day in one of many picnic areas or spend time exploring the park's miles of hiking and nature trails. A boat launch, plus shoreline fishing for trout, pike, bass, bullhead and perch, make the park popular with anglers. A sandy beach with swimming in the summer and cross-country ski trails in the winter make this park a year-round outdoor destination.
Delta Lake State Park is located on a peninsula extending from the southeast shore of Delta Lake, in Oneida County.
Activities in the park include boating, biking, fishing, hiking, camping, and picnicking in the summer, and ice fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing in the winter.
The park has a beach with lifeguards (open Memorial Day-Labor Day), boat launch sites, campsites, dumping station and showers, a nature trail, picnic tables and pavilions, and a playground, almost all of which are accessible to disabled visitors. The campsites, ideal for families, have quiet hours at night, and each site has a six-foot table and a fire ring.
Nearby are Old Erie Canal State Historic Park, Verona Beach State Park, Steuben Memorial State Historic Site, and Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site.
Park Improvements! - Please note: the campground will close right after Labor Day 2014. Upgrades to all utilities will take place during this time. The campground will reopen Memorial Day weekend of 2015.
Each year the campground makes every effort to provide safe swimming opportunities by testing the water and by keeping the swimming areas staffed with lifeguards. Please be aware that if the safety of our swimmers is compromised, due to lack of lifeguard coverage or water quality issues, swimming will be prohibited and therefore cannot be a guaranteed activity. We apologize for this inconvenience as it may occur with little advance notice.
To insure fairness for all NY customers, any reservation with departure dates outside the 9-month Maximum Window can not be changed or cancelled until 18 days after the reservation was made.
- No roller blades, skates or skateboards allowed.
- When biking, children under 14 years old must wear a helmet.
- Children under 10 years old require constant adult supervision.
- Swimming is only permitted in lifeguard area.
- Only 2 pets per site are permitted. Current rabies certificate required. Pets must be on a leash no longer than 6ft at all times.
- Please do not bring firearms, fireworks, and power saws to the park.
- Disturbing or destroying any living plant or wildlife is not allowed.
- All prime sites are waterfront, with lower numbered sites closer to the lake water level.
- Maximum 2 vehicles per site. All extra vehicles subject to an additional fee per night and must park in overflow parking.
- All boats and boat trailers must park in overflow parking.
- Peak season: A person may be the primary site occupant for 14 total days of camping within a 16 day period. S/he must leave the park for 48 hours once they have stayed the maximum number of days allowed before beginning a new reservation.
- Looking to reserve for just 1-night? If you make your reservation within 3 days of your arrival you can book a 1-night stay online or through the Call Center. This applies only to campsites.
- No more than two (2) tents or one unit of hard wheeled camping equipment (camper or trailer) and one tent per site
- No more than six (6) occupants may be registered overnight (permitted to stay past 10:00pm) on each site.