Plan Your Visit
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.
- Sports & Recreation (11)
- Culture & Entertainment (12)
- Educational (14)
- Outdoors (13)
- Family Fun (14)
- Railroads (2)
- Heritage & History (25)
- Museums (23)
Your local John Deere equipment dealer providing premier products, service and support since 1961. Numerous New York locations: Cazenovia, Chittenango, Clinton, Cortland, LaFayette and Oneonta.
A full service family owned fine jewelry store with experienced jewelers, designers and gemologists. More than 25 years of offering custom designs appraisals and repairs with a friendly and helpful staff.
A full service Chamber of Commerce offering business, relocation, education and program services. Get a full list of businesses and local events at the Chamber website.
Located on “old” or original Route 20 (now County Rt. 54), Cherry Valley is a vibrant community of businesses and farms, history and the arts, with a purpose of preserving our place in history and conserving our natural and scenic resources.
Part of the Revolutionary War Heritage Trail
Located in a Federal style house (ca. 1815) with exhibits from 1778 infamous Cherry Valley Massacre to late 20th-century. Collection of 1830's memorabilia, antique fire engines,period clothing collections, kitchen exhibit and other period rooms.
L. Frank Baum, author of the "Wonderful Wizard of Oz" was born in Chittenango May 15, 1856. His family owned a barrel factory here. As the birthplace of "Oz", our community takes great pride in honoring our native son, and in celebrating the classic film the "Wizard of Oz", as well as "all things Oz".
Located in the Madison/Bouckville Antique Community, steps from the Chenango Canal. A central location for golf courses, lakes, antique stores, fine dining and colleges. Hiking and biking surround the grounds. Modern restrooms, showers, picnic tables, fire pits,large pavilion,playground & wireless.
Clinton, NY is a quaint, historic village nestled in Central New York just outside of Utica NY in the Town of Kirkland. Get a comprehensive list of merchants, events and information to plan your visit to the historic Village of Clinton in NY.
From Animals to Art
Family-friendly festival with children's activities, workshops, demonstrations, free lectures, sheep shearing, fiber animals, and over 100 vendor booths under cover with handmade products from natural fibers. June 8 - 9 at Butternut Hill Campground.
an eclectic collection of unique gifts
Come see what everyone is talking about! 10 themed rooms - just like a general store. Gifts for you, your family, home and friends. An out of the ordinary shop in an award winning historic shoe repair shop.
The Village was settled in 1752, and was incorporated in 1868. It is generally accepted that a German grist miller named Jacob Kobel (variated as Kobus, or Cobel) built a mill on the Cobleskill Creek. The Dutch word for river or creek is kill, thus the name Cobleskill, for "Cobel's creek". The Schoharie County Sunshine Fair, held annually in Cobleskill since 1876 is the village's largest event.
Central NY's largest downtown independent bookstore with more than 23,000 titles,for every age, interest and style. Children's book room, games, toys, computers,tech accessories, art & school supplies and more.