Bridgeport Travel Guide

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Bridgeport Off The Beaten Path

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    by davecallahan Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Cayuga Park has camping and swimming, boating and fishing, hiking and picnicking; there are playgrounds and ball fields and pavilions. There is even a vacation rental cottage that is open year around.

    The camp sites are all uphill from the beach area and most are in the trees for shade and protection from stiff lake winds. Camp sites range from $25 to $35 per night depending on the utilities selected. Communal showers and restrooms are placed in each group of 12 campsites.
    Camping starts in April and ends in October.
    The rental cottage is a full utility enclosure with full kitchen (and appliances), dishware, silverware, pots and pans, three bedrooms, hot shower, space heaters and air conditioner and much more
    To make camping reservations or to rent the cottage, just call 800-456-2267 toll free.

    The beach area is 100 yards long as nicely graded sand into a shallow water table. There is a $5 fee to use the swimming area to help maintain the beach and the safety personnel and equipment.

    Fishing is popular in this area both from the shore and from boats launched at the small-boat marina. Perch, Bass, Carp near shore and Pike and trout and salmon in the deep water.

    to get there:
    2678 Lower Lake Road
    right off route 89 on the west side of the lake

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip
    • Camping

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