Four seasons of fun:
No matter what time of the year it is, it’s never hard to find something fun to do in Oswego County. Within our borders, you’ll find sandy beaches, vast forests, white water rivers and serene lakes, and some of the most spectacular fishing in the Northeast.
The waters and tributaries of eastern Great Lake Ontario lure both veteran and novice anglers
with species such as walleye, coho and chinook salmon, steelhead and brown trout.
During a typical spring migration, 40,000 hawks may pass over Derby Hill Bird Observatory
in Mexico. In the spring of 1995, a world-record 19,531 red-tailed hawks were counted between March and May.