With 74,832 acres of wild forest for hunting, and its location in the southern Adirondack Park, Fulton County has a wealth of resources for hunting. Fulton County lays both in the Southern and Northern zone for hunting in New York State. Whether big game hunting (deer, bear) or small game hunting (pheasant, turkey, waterfowl, or other upland and migratory game birds and small game mammals), using bows, muzzleloaders or rifles, you can find a place for your sport in Fulton County.
Hunting is permitted on state lands, and we ask our outdoor enthusiasts to be considerate of posted private lands.
Whether you seek an active vacation, or just want to relax - Fulton County offers the ideal location for both. We’re 40 minutes from Albany, and just a few hours from New York City, Syracuse, Montreal and Boston - located in the foothills of the majestic Adirondack Mountains, truly a four-season vacation destination.