Welcome to the Hawkins Point Visitors Center

The Hawkins Point Visitors Center is opening this May! Reservations are required and you can submit a ‘Schedule a Tour’ form on this webpage. Starting May 3, we will be open for tours only on Monday, Wednesday and Friday (9 am to 2:30 pm). We look forward to welcoming you with your health and safety as our top priorities. Questions? Contact us at 315-764-6679.

View our Entry Requirements and Visitors FAQ for important information so you can plan accordingly, know what to expect during your tour, and the measures we’ve implemented to help protect your health and safety.

Hawkins Point Visitors Center 21 Hawkins Point Road. Massena, NY, 13662

315-764-6679

Limited Schedule Starting May 3 Open M, W, F (9 am to 2:30 pm) reservations required

Did you know?

For the first time in 20 years the magnificent walnut wood carving map portraying the passage through the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the St. Lawrence River in the 16th century by the French Explorer Jacques Cartier is on display.

The "Voyages of Discovery of Jacques Cartier" map:

Walnut wood carving portrays the passage through the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the St. Lawrence River in the 16th century by the French Explorer Jacques Cartier


Power & Play

Enjoy the Power Generation Journey in a Dramatic Setting at the Hawkins Point Visitors Center.

The Frank S. McCullough, Jr. Hawkins Point Visitors Center and Boat Launch at the St. Lawrence-FDR Project offers panoramic views of the Power Project and interactive exhibits that let you experience and understand hydropower and electricity. Family-friendly and admission-free, we look forward to our reopening.

Adjacent to Hawkins Point on Barnhart Island is Robert Moses State Park, which offers wooded campsites and cabins, a marina and boat launch, some of the best fishing in the Northeast, picnic areas, a swimming beach, tennis courts and the Nicandri Nature Center with its amazing indoor exhibits, beautiful outdoor trails and more.

The Experience at Hawkins Point