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Through its trails, picnic areas, and natural beauty, the Oswego County Nature Park at Camp Zerbe provides an outstanding outdoor experience for residents and visitors to Oswego County.
Wildlife common to Zerbe include deer, rabbits, squirrels, beavers, muskrats, raccoons, mink, weasels, fishers, porcupines, and many other mammals. Birds include waterfowl, game birds, raptors and songbirds.
The Patrick "Paco" Malone Meeting Center, an enclosed shelter with a stone fireplace and rustic furniture, is available for use by community groups and youth programs. Picnic area and a pavillion are also available. The William H. Britton Nature Interpretive Center features educational displays about the area's geology, birds, plants and animals.
Questions about Camp Zerbe or need to make a reservation?
Oswego City-County Youth Bureau/Parks and Recreation
70 Bunner St. Oswego, NY 13126 315-349-3451