Parks and Recreation

This slideshow requires JavaScript.


The Skaneateles Watershed Partnership has published a new informational website.  Click the image below to be taken to the new site.

New! Watershed Website



In compliance with the orders from Governor Andrew Cuomo, the Town of Scott Boat Launch is officially open!  The phone number for the Town Hall is 607-749-2902 and the fax is 607-749-7907.

Boat Launch Sites (Open for Business!)

New York State Boat Launching Sites by County

Use of all boat launches for recreational boaters is permitted.  To limit the community spread of COVID-19 please utilize social distancing as well as common sense when communicating with others.

Boat launching sites exist in virtually every county of New York State. The following pages provide information on publicly available boat launches separated out by county. For your convenience, the type of launch, driving directions and parking capacity are included for each site.


Scott Boat Launch – Located at the South End of Skaneateles Lake

Please note: There is a mandatory fee to use the boat launch. The charge is $5.00 per motorized watercraft and $3.00 per non-motorized water craft. There is a dropbox for the fee located next to the launch. Yearly permits can be purchased from the Town Clerk for $30.00 for residents and $75.00 for non-residents.

For those using GPS to find Fuller Park, use 7330 Glen Haven Road as the address.

Recreation Forms and Policies

In order to provide our citizens and their families the best service possible, the Town of Scott has developed a Code of Conduct and Authorization for Emergency Treatment of Minors documents. The youth, who participate in any or all of the scheduled activities, are asked to abide by the code of conducts set forth. This code of conduct will be enforced by the summer recreation directors and or other staff.

All forms and calendars can be found in the document library.

Please look at the TOSSRP_Brochure_2019 for more information.

D.E.C. Free Fishing Days

During Free Fishing Days/Weekends, anyone can fish the fresh waters of New York State and no fishing license is required! All other freshwater fishing regulations still apply.

Upcoming Free Fishing Dates

In addition to the Free Sport Fishing Events, 2020 free fishing days are as follows: February 15-16 (Presidents Day Weekend), June 27-28 (Free Fishing Weekend), September 26 (National Hunting and Fishing Day) and November 11 (Veterans Day) have also been newly designated as Free Fishing Days.