town in Oswego County, New York, United States

Pulaski is a village in Central New York.

View of the Salmon River near Pulaski

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Pulaski is Exit 37 on I-81. Around half an hour north of Syracuse and half an hour south of Watertown.

By busEdit

The town is accessible as a stop by Greyhound Bus Lines.

Get aroundEdit

Although there is no transit system in Pulaski (none required, really), it is a very walkable town in its centers.


  • A total solar eclipse on Monday 8 April 2024 starts at 3:21PM local time and lasts 3 min 30 sec. The chances of a clear sky are 35%. The track of totality is northeast from Mexico and Texas to Ohio then straddling the Canada–New England border.






  • 1 Selkirk Lighthouse, 6 Lake Ext Rd, +1 315 298-6688. Only three lighthouses in the country still have an original "birdcage" lantern, and this is one of them. The light was reactivated in 1989 and is still in use today, but the living space is available for overnight rentals (up to seven people). $155-195, add'l guests $55/ea.


Go nextEdit

Routes through Pulaski
Ends at  Watertown  N   S  SyracuseBinghamton
ChamplainWatertown  N   S  SyracuseBinghamton
WatertownSackets Harbor  N   S  SterlingEND

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