Buckhorn Island State Park   (Grand Island)   Total acres:  894.796        Underwater:  304.5

This state park has 150 acres marsh and is the largest remaining emergent wetland on the Niagara River.   Three bodies of water are present within the park's boundaries: the Niagara River, Woods Creek, and Burnt Ship Creek; yielding at least 36,300 feet of shoreline.   Habitats include open waterways, marsh, wet and dry woods, and fields.  Hiking trails provide access to most of the park.  Nature walks and programs are available through the Interpretive Office

(716)   278-1728.