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Webster Pond

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2000 Block of Valley Drive, Anglers at Webster Pond, Syracuse, NY 13207
+1 315-469-8027
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Our kids loved it here, now so do our Grandkids!

This is such a beautiful, peaceful place. Just get a cup of corn from the little store, sit on the... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
Sharon V
Not alot of Ducks

When my daughter was young we use to go down there and feed the ducks-there were at least 100... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
Skaneateles, New York
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The Anglers Association of Onondaga is a not for profit organization with fish and wildlife as the main attraction. Webster pond is a small sanctuary located in the city of Syracuse NY at 2004 Valley Dr. Volunteers operate the pond by opening the establishment so that the public can donate and feed the wildlife. The pond is open year around, opening at approximately 9AM-9PM We also have other activities such as a Junior fishing program for ages 7 to 15. Summer and fall concerts sponsored by outside venders and much more. UPDATE: Please note: a new non- profit group was formed to assist the Anglers Association in applying for grants, as they don't have the qualifications. In addition, we will help with maintenance, projects, and fundraising. The non-profit "Friends Of Wildlife" was started by Chad Norton and friends. All funds raised by this corporation will go directly to Webster Pond unless otherwise noted . Please make all trail donations payable to: Friends of Wildlife. for more information or to make a donation please call 315-727-2922
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“feed the ducks” (16 reviews)
“porta potty” (3 reviews)
“water fowl” (3 reviews)
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2000 Block of Valley Drive, Anglers at Webster Pond, Syracuse, NY 13207
+1 315-469-8027
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

This is such a beautiful, peaceful place. Just get a cup of corn from the little store, sit on the bench, and enjoy feeding all the different types of birds that habitat there. They have ducks, geese and swans. Take a little stroll down the...More

Thank Sharon V
Reviewed 29 May 2017

When my daughter was young we use to go down there and feed the ducks-there were at least 100 swimming, walking or eating all around us. Now you can only feed them the Ponds Duck food and I think the ducks are tired of it-you...More

Thank stever401
Chad N, General Manager at Webster Pond, responded to this reviewResponded 30 May 2017

The reason you did not see a lot of waterfowl is it is nesting season and we have a predator problem we are working on it. I am sorry your visit weren't a pleasant one. anything we can do? Chad 315-727-2922

Reviewed 12 May 2017

At Websters pond you'll see several water fowl. The park has food dispensers and asks that you only feed this for the safety of the fowl and fish. They do a great job maintaining the area. Highly recommend you bring your children here every year....More

Thank ellmoores
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Webster's pond has added a mile long trail around the pond to get some exercise while enjoying wildlife. It's a pleasant, flat, trail with an opportunity to feed ducks and geese along the way! Corn kernels are available for 25 cents a container. In summer...More

Thank Joan D
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Love taking my grandchildren here a little place of heaven . It doesn't matter your age it's when time was simple feeding ducks , family's all ages

Thank rorysworld
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Visited Webster's since I was a child. Now I am an adult and still visit there to see the wildlife, relax and take pictures. Would recommend it for families or singly . Kids love it.

Thank Amanda K
Reviewed 26 December 2016

Growing up with the pond is the best experience I have had around this area. Super friendly people and staff. There is always something to do when visiting.

Thank Mike C
Reviewed 24 December 2016

This is a great place to visit. You can get close to the ducks and geese. They sell cracked corn to feed the birds and children love it. Great for familys.

Thank Gary B
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Spent three days in Syracuse and we visited here everyday, our 7 year old Grandson got a big kick out of feeding the ducks and looking at the baby ducks. This was a bigger hit than the Zoo! It's a nice walk around the pond...More

2  Thank Ftreed
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Stumbled upon Webster Pond recently, it's a cute little pond tucked away in Onondaga Valley, The really great part here is that you can feed the Canada Geese. For the most part they're all very friendly and will come right up to you. The walking...More

1  Thank SoThenSarahSaid
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Jennifer L
14 April 2017|
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Response from Chad N | Property representative |
I am unsure what Chinese lanterns are but if they make noise or could be harmful to the waterfowl then no. Please call for clarification 315-727-2922
Kimberly A
1 May 2016|
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Response from Tammytigger | Reviewed this property |
No there is no playground.
20 December 2015|
Response from Krista S | Reviewed this property |
2004 Valley Drive Syracuse As for seeing hirds. Hmm...yes there are birds. Not sure what kinds you're looking for. I'm not a huge bird person...YET. :)