Mexico Point State Park is located in the Town of Mexico on the Eastern Shore of Lake Ontario and is awash with history. From pre-contact days when Algonquin and Iroquois Indians possessed these lands, to Jesuit Missionaries camping here, to English troops marching through on their way to the siege of Oswego, to Silas Towne’s spying on British General St. Leger, to the development of the first settlement (Vera Cruz), to the organization of the Town of Mexico, to the era of the elegant resort known as Mexico Point Inn, to Theodore Roosevelt’s speaking at a 4th of July Celebration, to prohibition and rum-running across the lake from Canada, to summer training camps of prize fighters Carmen Basilio and Joey DeJohn, to the current use as a public park managed by the Town of Mexico and the Friends of Mexico Point Park.

A map and general park information is provided on our Park Information page. The News page contains new information as it becomes available.

There is no entry fee for visiting the park. Special events are scheduled throughout the year and are listed on the Events page. In addition, individuals and groups are welcome to reserve portions of the park and facilities, including Casey’s Cottage, for special occasions, such as Weddings. The fees and process for reserving park facilities are provided on our Reservations page.