SENECA WHITE DEER
  After more than 70 years of isolation, the former Seneca Army Depot will soon be open for visitors to see the world’s largest herd of white, white-tailed deer, learn their fascinating story, and see the intriguing remains of the U.S. Army’s former weapons storage facility. Make a 90-minute visit to the fascinating world behind the fence.
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See some of our favorite photos of the former Depot’s wildlife, historical views, and military facilities
HISTORY OF THE DEPOT
  Built in 1941 by the U.S. Army to store weapons in anticipation of World War II, the 10,587 acre Seneca Army Depot stored bombs, missiles, ammunition, and reputedly nuclear weapons, until its retirement in 2000. Transferred to Seneca County and then to private ownership, remnants of the storage facilities and abundant wildlife remain on the vast site.
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