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With a Charter Bus in Ogdensburg, New York, Your Trip Can be a Blast!

Located in St. Lawrence County, Ogdensburg is a city with more than 11,000 residents. Check out the varied attractions that the city has to offer on a charter bus in Ogdensburg, New York.

A charter bus in Ogdensburg, New York is the best way to drive around the city

A charter bus in Ogdensburg, New York can take you to the Fort de la Présentation and Frederic Remington Art Museum.

Fort de la Presentation

Located at Lighthouse Point, this is a historic site where you could learn more about the city's military past. The fort is currently sponsored by the Fort La Presentation Association, which holds various events on the site including the Founder's Day Weekend when you could catch re-enactment and the trade fair. You could also join the St. Lawrence Valley Primitive Snowshoe Biathlon, or check out the Living History Day. They also have the War of 1812 Heritage Talks where you could learn more about the war and enjoy exhibits and live entertainment.

Frederic Remington Art Museum

The Frederic Remington Art Museum showcases the artworks of Frederic Remington, including his notes, letters, tools and props. You would see Remington's bronze sculptures and some of his paintings and sketches here. You could also see the illustrations of Frank Raymond Rosseel as well as the sculptures of Sally James Farnham here. The museum also features local artists and established artists of the past in its exhibits.

Other attractions

Ogdensburg, British marching band in Founder's Day

You know why a charter bus in Ogdensburg, New York is really necessary? Well, it has a lot of attractions that you can go to, so why not save time with a charter bus from BusRental.com?

Where else can you go and what else can you do in the city? How about attending these events?

  • Watch the Ogdensburg Command Performances as they give you the best live theater experience at the Ogdensburg Free Academy.
  • Attend the Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Expo, where more than 130 exhibitors come together. The exhibits are very eclectic from crafts, to home products to cars and boats. There are also carnival rides and live entertainment.
  • Join the yearly Ogdensburg River Shiver. The winter festival features a war re-enactment, the Polar Bear plunge and other events.
  • Catch the Ogdensburg Sportsman Show held every April.
  • Take part in the Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival, which is the city's biggest festival and which lasts for nine days. There are fishing competitions, arts and crafts show, canoe races, antique car show, carnival rides, battle re-enactments, sport tournaments, parades, fireworks and other events.
  • Be a part of the North Country Wine, Beer and Food Festival, which is held in August and brings together the best restaurants, brewers, bakeries, candy manufacturers, snack vendors and other food manufacturers. The festival will also feature artisans from blacksmiths to woodcarvers.
  • Join the St. Lawrence International Junior Carp Tournament, which is a fishing competition that was launched by Tom and Chris Felton.

Outdoors. Ice fishing is very big in the winter months and there are a lot of fun sites where you can catch Northern Pike, walleye and yellow perch. Go to Wheathouse Bay for the best ice fishing experience. But you really do not have to wait for winter to fish here; you can check out the fishing spots on the Oswegatchie River, where you could even fish from shore, while St. Lawrence River has an abundance of bass, Northern Pike, rainbow trout and crappies.

The city also has three different golf courses where you can tee off. Check out Deerfield Country Club, St. Lawrence State Park Golf Course and the Long Brook Meadow Golf Course.

Further, there are a lot of nature trails where you can walk to fitness while enjoying the amazing scenery and history. Or you could go scuba diving at Ogdensburg's many diving spots and find one of the many lost treasures in the form of cars that sunk while smuggling whiskey, or moonshine and whiskey bottles! You can even find one of the many shipwrecks that have not yet been found.

While you are out and about, you might want to schedule a trip to see all the places in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Acker and Evans Law Office, Library Park Historic District, Ogdensburg Armory and Oswegatchie Pumping Station. Be sure to rent a charter bus in Ogdensburg, New York to see these sites.

Shopping. Check out the Ogdensburg Green Market, which is open from May until October on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Here, you could find the freshest fruits and vegetables, along with works from local artists, crafts and wines. Or you can buy some homemade food stuff and even furniture and other unique items at the many Amish farmstands in the city.

Dining. As far as food and restaurants go, Ogdensburg's restaurants are at par with those in New York City. So why not try out the local favorites here:

  • Buster's Sports Bar
  • Busy Corner CafĂ©
  • Dirty Gringo
  • Freight House
  • Gran-View Restaurant-Quality Inn
  • Jreck Sub Shop
  • Little Italy Pizzeria
  • Phillips Diner
  • Simplicity at Stonefence
  • The Place

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