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Brasher and Bombay State Forests comprise a large reforestation area complex of 22,242 acres located near the border of St. Lawrence and Franklin counties in the towns of Brasher, Norfolk, Bombay, and Moira. Hunting for deer, grouse, and other small game occurs widely throughout the area. There are also fishing access points on both the St. Regis and Deer rivers. Many people make use of the extensive trail and road system that exists through the forest. Trails are marked with signs that tell what activities they may be used for, such as hiking, cross country skiing, horseback riding, or snowmobiling. The Walter F. Pratt Memorial Forest (part of Brasher State Forest) provides a popular area for picnics and camping. A 10-acre pond was created by the CCC in the 1930’s by building a dam on Redwater Creek.