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 (12)
- Culture & Entertainment (15)
- Educational (13)
- Outdoors (16)
- Family Fun (15)
- Railroads (2)
- Heritage & History (30)
- Museums (25)
Right on Route 20 - 3 miles east of Madison. Fresh baked goods all week, Deli, Bulk foods,& Cheese. chocolate, nuts, snacks, coffee, baking supplies and much more.
The town is named after LaFayette, a national hero of both France and the United States. The town is within the former Central New York Military Tract, but was partly in an area reserved for members of the Onondaga tribe. The first settler arrived around 1797. Land was purchased from the Onondagas in 1817 and resold to settlers.
Nestled on a 6 acre private lake with a beach and flowing brook are 50 campsites, 4 log cabins and 6 motel rooms. Come relax! Paddle boats, canoe, surf bikes, stocked fishing (no license), pavilion & gazebo. 1 mile off Route 20.
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.
A unique experience to stop into the color and designs of Provence with the tablecloths of the South of France and wonderful oil cloths from Italy and much more. A must visit in the heart of Cazenovia.
In operation more than 50 years. Family campground overlooking the historic Lebanon Reservoir. 80 acres of landscaped lawns, wooded areas and streams. Full hookup & tent sites for day, week or season. Cabin rentals also. Largest campground near Colgate & Madison-Bouckville Antique show. Free wireless throughout & cable TV. Full activity program.
A delightful boutique in the heart of the historic business district of Cazenovia offering a wonderful selection of women's and children's clothing and a unique assortment of gifts. You will fall in love with Lillie Bean.
In the heart of historic Cherry Valley, wake up to a full country breakfast in a restored, charming turn of the century Victorian mansion with spacious rooms, beautiful woodwork and period antiques. Step back in time to hospitality and comfort. 15 minutes from Glimmerglass Opera & Baseball Hall of Fame.
A landmark since 1835.Comfortable atmosphere,gracious hospitality,elegant dining in the main floor dining rooms and a lighter fare in the pub. Downstairs Hearth Room. 23 luxurious guest rooms.
Little Falls is nestled in a deep gorge of the Mohawk River Valley. From various vantage points, the view is compelling, if not breathtaking; the coloration in the fall being striking. The earliest settlers of the area who appeared in the first decades of the 18th century, were involved in river trade and the commerce associated with the portage or carry, around the rapids.
Co-op antique center in historic Canal Place on the Mohawk River. Antiques, collectibles, artists, books, gifts and more. Open daily 10-5 except for 7 major holidays.
Tour the 1807 neoclassical mansion; stroll the Ellen Shipman garden; attend year-round educational programs; enjoy a free Symphoria concert, the Driving Competition and numerous other special events on 87 acres of historic landscape.
Full-service wine and liquor store. Large selection of wines from around the world and from the Finger Lakes. Many organic wines. Free parking and delivery.
Founded in 1807, Madison is named for President James Madison and is best known for the Madison Wind Farm, built in 2000. The tiny hamlet Bouckville on Route 20 claims to have the largest antiques show around, with about 1,000 vendors gathering there in August.
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.
indulge your senses
Indulge your sense of adventure with a road trip through Madison County. Enjoy antiquing in Bouckville plus Hamilton and Cazenovia's great dining, shopping and farmers' markets. And spend the night in one of our many cozy country inns along the way.