Visit Waddington, New York
Waddington is a quaint, picturesque community, nestled between the Thousand Island and Adirondack regions of Northern New York. Situated on the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River, the Village of Waddington is comprised of beautiful tree-lined streets, with many turn-of-the-century homes. The village is rich in history, and the natural wonder of the St. Lawrence River and is an outdoor recreational haven.
Recognized as the “World Carp Capital,” Waddington is world-renowned for its abundant carp fishing. Anglers travel from all over the globe to fish the waters of Lake St. Lawrence. In addition to carp, Waddington is a preferred destination for anglers of bass, walleye, pike, muskie, and many more species. Waddington is the host community for numerous tournaments, bringing thousands of happy anglers to the community each year.
The town beach is a favorite spot, with its sandy shore for swimming, and its playground and picnic facilities for families' "day at the beach." Boating, fishing, water skiing, tubing, sailing, as well as hiking, golfing, and bicycling are among the many activities available in Waddington.