Fulton Chain of Lakes

Fulton Chain of Lakes is located in Central New York and spans over 3,000 acres. The Chain was created when the Moose River was dammed up. The chain stretches through Hamilton, and Herkimer Counties, between Raquette Lake and Old Forge, NY. It consists of eight interconnected lakes – First Lake, Second Lake, Third Lake, Fourth Lake, Fifth Lake, Sixth Lake, Seventh Lake, and Eighth Lake – making it the longest chain of lakes in New York.

This chain of lakes is known for its abundance of fish species such as bass, walleye, panfish, perch, northern pike and muskellunge. With plenty of boat launches and shorelines to explore, Fulton Chain of Lakes is a great destination for fishing and outdoor recreation.