Wilson Harbor is a small harbor located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in Wayne County, New York, 12 miles east of the Niagara River and roughly seven miles west of Olcott, NY.

It provides access to one of the largest freshwater fisheries in the world, with over 140 species of fish. Fishing opportunities abound in Wilson Harbor, with a variety of species available throughout the year including northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye, brown bullhead catfish, yellow perch and lake trout.

There are also excellent conditions for fly fishing on the lake. Anglers can take advantage of fish access points along the shore or rent a boat and explore further out on the lake. Wilson Harbor is also home to a variety of birds, making it a great spot for bird watching and photography. With its stunning sunsets, tranquil views and plentiful wildlife, Wilson Harbor offers something for everyone.