preservation - recreation - history
The Chenango Canal Association developed and maintains the Towpath Trail, a five-mile walking trail along the original historic Chenango Canal between Woodman Pond, Hamilton and Oriskany Creek, Solsville. Wildlife, wild flowers and many birds may be sighted. The Cottage Museum on Rt. 20, Bouckville is open 10-5 daily, April - October.
Camping is Calling! Book your getaway now!
Relax in the quiet rural surroundings of Cooperstown, New York. Close to the Baseball Hall Of Fame and the Glimmerglass Festival, and much more!
Family Camping in Cooperstown
Full service family camping at its very best at a top rated NYS campground/RV park. Large RV and tent sites, camping cabins, deluxe cabins and premiere travel trailer rental. Heated pool,stocked fishing pond, laundry, rec hall, game arcade and more.
Traditions Start Here.
Visit our beautiful diversified farm from March through December. Enjoy the Critz Farms Brewing & Cider Co. Tasting Room, festivals, events, and seasonal activities including maple syrup, berry picking, apple and pumpkin picking and Christmas Trees.
New York State's Largest Farm Brewery
EMPIRE FARM BREWERY opened its doors in 2016. The 40,000 sq. ft. building sits on 22 acres of virgin farmland. The objective of the Empire Farm Brewery is to expand the existing facility and agricultural component of Empire Brewing Co. to a stand-alone manufacturing and agri-tourism facility in Cazenovia, NY.
This 697-acre State Forest was named after George W. Featherstonhaugh who practiced scientific farming, crop rotation, held county fairs with agricultural competitions and served as the first US geologist and agricultural commissioner. He is also considered the father of the steam railroad. Recreational opportunities include hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hunting, fishing, trapping and wildlife viewing.
A country store located on a working dairy farm in The beautiful Mohawk Valley... The Adirondack adventure starts here.
GoCaz.com provides your guide to outdoor Cazenovia. Experience spectacular waterfalls, scenic vistas, original art and an abundance of nature on miles of local trails, waterways, and rural roads.
A 548 acre public garden overlooking the historic Schoharie Valley. Trees, shrubs, woodlands, natural areas, wetlands, old growth forests and many family programs. Hike, picnic, relax. Open all year. 2 special plant sales, May and November. Newly remodeled meeting house available for event rental.
180 Years of Tradition We Treasure
July 11th-14th 2019. Family Fun for the entire family. Every day, the fair will offer 4H demonstrations and exhibits, thrilling Midway rides, the Eudora Farms Petting Zoo, Buffalo Barfield’s Unheard of Entertainment, live music and delicious food.
All points to one fabulous lakeside location. Lake Otsego Boating Haven Since 1956. 2 1/2 miles north of Cooperstown.
The 102 acre forest serves as a multi-recreational property where the public can hike, hunt, fish, cross-country ski and snowshoe. This preserve is historically significant as one of James Duane's original Great Lots where remains of stonewalls, a farm house foundation and a small family cemetery can be found.
Campsite, marina, riverfront park. Established 1956.
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Experience Art in Nature
Inspired by the relationship between art and nature, the Art Park is dedicated to providing a unique environment for the showcasing of art by emerging and established artists in natural and gallery settings. 104 acres and 4 miles of trails.
The Haven at Skanda cares for and protects vulnerable animals, and offers opportunities for children and adults to connect with animals and learn from them.