Macomb is a town in St. Lawrence County, New York, United States. The population was 846 at the 2000 census. The town is named after Alexander Macomb, who once owned much of northern New York as Macomb's Purchase.
Macomb is made up of a diverse group of people that work well with each other. There are over 75 home based businesses, 5 Organic Dairy's, Construction companies and places to come stay while visiting the area.
A number of residents also take part in the old art of making Maple Syrup each spring to sell to the general public. There is also a couple of stops along the Maple Syrup trail.
During your stay here at the number of bed & breakfasts and places to rent, you can visit our museum and take scenic rides to Pleasant Lake, Black Lake and the St.Lawrence River.
There are places to fish, hunt and enjoy the outdoors. We have a beautiful fall foliage of all colors of the spectrum.