Black River

The Black River, located in Northern New York, runs for 125 miles from the foothills of the Adirondacks, ending near Watertown. It runs through Herkimer, Oneida, Lewis, and Jefferson counties.

The Black River is known for its breathtaking scenery and tranquil atmosphere. The river supports a variety of fish species including smallmouth bass, salmon, trout and Northern Pike. Visitors can enjoy activities such as fishing, kayaking, rafting, or simply taking in the natural beauty of the Black River.