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Part of the mission of the Route 20 Association is to work to protect, preserve, interpret and promote the assets of the 108 miles of the Route 20 Scenic Byway and within the 6,500 square miles of the Scenic Byway Corridor. With open land, historic communities, unique architecture and beautiful views bring such significant assets, our work is centered on increasing the awareness and sustainability of the wonderful communities and unique businesses throughout one of the most scenic areas and along one of the most historic drives in New York State. We are thankful for the support of our members and particularly grateful to the many businesses that sponsor our efforts. We encourage you to support our members and sponsors in every way you can.
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- Culture & Entertainment (12)
- Educational (14)
- Outdoors (13)
- Family Fun (14)
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- Heritage & History (25)
- Museums (23)
Bouckville is in Madison County, in the Syracuse metro area. The community was named for John Bouck, founder. The latitude of Bouckville is 42.889N. The longitude is -75.551W. It is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Elevation is 1,142 feet.
As close to a Scottish Inn as you will find.
A beautiful historic country inn on Route 20 in Cazenovia. As close to a Scottish Inn as you will find. Fine dining, pub menu, tavern, gift shop, outdoor dining & elegant overnight accommodations.
The town was first settled around 1788. Named after the Duke of Bridgewater, agriculture always has been important to the town and remains so today with its rich, fertile land. It is the birthplace of Stephen Moulton Babcock (1843-1931), an agricultural chemist called the "Father of Scientific Dairying".
Located on historic Cherry Valley Turnpike.
Come to Butternut Hill RV Campground for RVing, camping, and great family vacations. Located on the Historic Cherry Valley Turnpike.
Stop in and enjoy the country setting and shop the many antique shops in Central New York.
Canajoharie is a town in Montgomery County located south of the Mohawk River on the south border of the county. The Erie Canal passes along the north town line. There is a village of Canajoharie in the town.
beautiful 18 holes. 518-673-8183 http://canajohariegolfcountryclub.com/
Canastota, New York is an Erie Canal community central to a region rich in historical tradition. Originally settled in 1810, Canastota evolved into a vibrant Canal town and became incorporated in 1835. A revitalized portion of the Canal still exists, running through the central portion of the Village.
The town was first settled around 1760 and established as a Town in 1807 from parts of the towns of Cobleskill and Sharon. Manufacturing plows was a town industry in the 19th Century. US Route 20 is this community's Main Street.
Located on the shores of Cazenovia Lake, the village was founded in 1793. A walk down Albany Street (Route 20) shows the village’s historic architecture. It is home to Cazenovia College.
An Artists' Cooperative Gallery featuring Locally Made Fine Art and Craft
A 25 member fine art and craft gallery and shop. Exhibiting and selling high-quality, hand-crafted goods. The shop offers a unique, diverse and ever-changing display of items for gifts, to wear or to enhance your home.
From the eastern shores of Cazenovia Lake to the rolling hills of the Cazenovia country side, be prepared for a unique experience in one of the most beautiful and most bountiful regions of New York State. Home to crafters of wine, hard cider and beer, the Cazenovia Beverage Trail invites you to sip and savor some of the finest libations Cazenovia has to offer, all within a ten-mile radius.
Working with what Mother Nature provides.
Cazenovia Cut Block designs and creates one of a kind craftsman-quality wood products all made from wood native to New York State. Visit our showroom inventory of items or order custom countertops, tables, butcher blocks and many other items. All items hand crafted in the USA!