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.
WELCOME TO WEBSTER POND
"NATURE'S BEST KEPT SECRET"
This page was last updated: September 6, 2014
PARTNERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ANGLERS AT
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FRIENDS OF CARPENTERS BROOK FISH HATCHERY
PORT-A-JOHN AND CONSTRUCTION RENTALS
BASS PRO SHOPS
SYRACUSE PARKS AND RECREATION
.Onondaga Free Library
ROUTE 80 NEDROW NY
ONONDAGA COUNTY FEDERATION OF SPORTSMEN’S CLUBS
LAWN CARE & MORE
PERSONALIZE YOUR MERCHINDISE
CARPENTERS BROOK HATCHARY
THANK YOU TO COVANTA ENERGY OF ONONDAGA, WHO
CONFIRMED THEY WILL DONATE THE MAJORITY OF THE FUNDS TO REBUILD BRIDGES ON THE BACK TRAIL AT WEBSTER POND
SUNDAYS STARTING APRIL 6th 2014
ADVANCED STRATORIES FOR THE DISABLED
STARTING SATURDAY APRIL 5TH 2014
Bill & Chad
Father & son
President & Vice President
Contact Us anytime
We are in the process of trying to make our back trails ADA accessible according to the federal guidelines. Thank you Covanta Energy of Onondaga for donating the majority of the funds to complete phase one of a multi-phase project. Making these improvements would improve the surroundings for the disabled visitors; In addition it would make our trails safer for able-bodied visitors. Some of the groups that would benefit are residents of the VA Hospital ; They will be joining us for the annual Veterans Fishing Day. Also, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, school fieldtrips, clubs and many more groups.
UPDATE: We are happy to announce the new bridges are complete and the top layer of stone base has been laid for the path, wheelchairs are now able to use the trail. Phase one is almost complete, all that is left is to install,access gates and the signs. We hope to open the trail to the public in the fall. To find out how you can donate please click the trail tan at the top of the page, we still need sponsors
for more information or to make a donation please call 315-727-2922
Thank you to Covanta Energy management for making this possible, to learn more about Covanta click the logo above, they turn everyday trash into energy , to take a virtual plant tour to watch the recycling process, click the photo below.
In addition thank you to the other donors who have contributed to phase one:
- Arise INC.
-Son's of the American Legion 1468
-Valley Men's Club
-Green Hills Farms