Ogdensburg International Airport is a public airport located two miles southeast of the city of Ogdensburg in St. Lawrence County, New York, USA. The airport is owned by the Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority and is used for general aviation. It encompasses 500 hectares and resides at an elevation of 297 feet (91 metres) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 9/27, paved with an asphalt surface and measuring 5,200 feet x 150 feet (1,585 metres x 46 metres). The plan to extend the runway by 1,200 has been approved by the FAA. This will allow the airport to accommodate larger commercial aircraft and carriers.
The city of Ogdensburg is located at the northern border of New York, at the mouth of the Oswegatchie River. It is on the south bank of the St. Lawrence River and is the only formally designated city in the St. Lawrence County.
What to see & do
Frederic Remington Art Museum - Established in 1923, the Frederic Remington Art Museum is dedicated to displaying the works of American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer, Frederic Remington. The museum contains a comprehensive collection of original sketches, paintings, and sculptures of Remington. Included in the displays are personal effects and correspondence. It is open year-round and invites the public to join its many programs, from school tours to exhibit openings, gallery talks, and workshops. Adjacent to the museum is the Eva Caten Remington Education Centre, which features interactive exhibits aimed to help visitors explore Remington's life and art.
Dobisky Visitors' Centre - The Dobisky Visitors' Centre was designed to showcase the City of Ogdensburg. The centre has many amenities, including a boaters lounge, shower and laundry facilities, a large outdoor deck, meeting rooms, a kitchen area, and restrooms. The centre can be reserved for meetings, parties, luncheons, and other small events.
Fort La Présentation - Fort La Présentation is an archaeological site containing historic monuments and interpretive signs. The Fort La Présentation Association has proposed to reconstruct and operate the historic French mission fort as a living museum. There are plans to establish a waterfront park and rail system at Ogdensburg's Lighthouse Point. There are already plans for design and construction of a visitor and educational meeting place, trail network, interpretive signage, site restoration work, and more. The association also offers historical re-enactments and hosts annual events relating to the War of 1812. The Battle of Ogdensburg, Feb. 22, 1813, is re-enacted annually downtown.
Ogdensburg Harbor Light - The 65-foot high Ogdensburg Harbor Light is listed on the National Park Service's Maritime Heritage Program as one of New York's Historic Light Stations. It was constructed in 1834, but was first lit in 1900. The Government stopped using the lighthouse in 1942.
How to get around within Ogdensburg
Local taxis are available and widely used for getting around Ogdensburg.
How to get there
Ogdensburg International Airport is served by the airline Cape Air, with scheduled passenger service to and from Albany International Airport in Albany, Albany County, New York. Other ways are getting to Ogdensburg include taking a commuter bus of St. Lawrence NYSARC and driving in. Ogdensburg is no longer a stop for passenger trains, but the nearest Amtrak stations are in Utica-Rome.
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