Otsego County

(Cooperstown / Oneonta / Richfield Springs)

The Otsego County area, whose name is derived from a Mohawk word meaning “place of the rock,” blends heritage with natural beauty in the rolling foothills of the northern Catskills. Culture is abundant with world class opera, national art exhibitions, theater and concerts, and a rich historical past is evident everywhere from hands-on history museums and American Indian art to baseball games.

The hunt for antiques and crafts never ends along the rural roads of the area and the quaint country inns of Otsego offer serenity and comfort unlike anywhere else.

Popular attractions range in theme from science to history to agriculture to sports: The Joseph L. Popp Jr. Butterfly Conservatory, The Petrified Creatures Museum of Natural History, Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad, The Farmers Museum, National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Northeast Classic Car Museum and Glimmerglass Opera. The Otsego County area entertains a wide variety of travelers, from art lovers and history buffs to sports fanatics and antique-hunters.


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6th Ward Booster Club Field

Scrambling Avenue
Oneonta, NY 13820

The 6th Ward Athletic Club was founded in Oneonta in 1959. The 17 founding Club members were all advocates of fast-pitch, windmill softball. Over the years, the Club has grown to over 500 members, with greater diversity of interest among its membership. Despite the Association's incredible growth, the Club's mission has never wavered; "to support sport, recreational and educational causes throughout Greater Oneonta Area." The 6th Ward Athletic Club has been known for it generosity, contributing tens of thousands of dollars every year to worthy community causes. The Club's headquarters, restaurant and bar are located at 22 West Broadway in Oneonta.


16 Stone Brewpub

9542 Main Street
Holland Patent, NY 13354

Taproom, growler fills, pub-style food

4157 Midstate lane
Cazenovia, NY 13035

20/East boasts a variety! We have a locally sourced farm store, Cazenovia Cut Block production and showroom, local art and Cazenovia community Fitness. Our monthly night market is a must! see you soon.
1743 Palatine House Museum

102 Warner Hill Road
PO Box 554
Schoharie, NY 12157

1743 Palatine House Museum: Restored in 1977, the Palatine House is a medieval, German style construction built by the Colonists for their minister, Peter Nicholas Sommers, who came to Schoharie County from Hamburg, Germany. Open Saturday & Sunday, June through October 12-4pm. Spring Street, Schoharie 518-295-7585 schany.org
1747 Nellis Tavern

State Route 5
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

The 1747 Nellis Tavern, Homestead and Store reflects the culture of the Palatine Germans. Two ground floor rooms, hall and cellar show original fireplaces, huge ceiling beams and wattle and daub construction techniques. The 19th century Erie Canal era tavern is reflected in the 2nd floor and 2-story, stenciled-wall east addition. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. It is open for tours June through September, Sundays, 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Suggested donation is $3.00.

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AJ's Archery

3938 Nelson Heights Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

AJ's Archery is a full-service archery pro shop offering a large selection of inventory and product lines for anyone interested in the sport. Competitive or recreational archery enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels will find top quality hunting equipment, affordable prices, helpful advice and superior service. AJ's also sells camping gear, hunting knives, targets, optics and light gun smithing. IBO 3D 30 Rinehart Target Range: Monday-Wednesday, 11:00-8:00pm; Thursday-Friday, 11:00-6:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am-4:00pm. Or by appointment. 315-655-BOWS
ALP Farms

383 Murray Hill Rd
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Operated by the Popp family since 1932, ALP Farms was traditionally known as a strawberry farm, but has been transitioning to rhubarb and other crops, including vegetables, sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, pickles, peppers, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, summer and winter squash and pumpkins. Maple products and maple syrup Open August 1st – November 30th. Monday – Saturday 1-5pm
ART Mission and Theater

61 Prospect St.
Binghamton, NY 13901

Built in a historic railroad hotel, The Art Mission and Theater specializes in independent, experimental and foreign-language films as well as various performances presented in two theaters. The Mission’s gallery is the premiere showplace for visual artists from the area, bringing in new exhibits each month. You’ll find an assortment of media, including paints, photography, sculpture and installations.
ARTifact Ceramic Bar

The Brunelli Art Center
186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

ARTifact Ceramic Bar is a restaurant-style art studio that specializes in fresh and functional objects. Check out our delicious menu of creative offerings, useable ceramic and glass items, paint colors, weekly specials, and fresh ideas.
Abbey Farms

356 Robb Road
Amsterdam, NY 12010

This tiny 2-acre farm run by Pat and John Becker is home to about 30 goats that roam the pasture, feeding on grass for half the day, and are then moved indoors and are supplemented with grain (a mix of corn and oats). They receive no hormones or antibiotics. You can purchase the USDA processed, cut and frozen chevon (shoulder chops and loin chops) at the Gloversville and Johnstown Farmers’ Markets. Other products include free-range eggs, vegetables, whole grain breads, muffins and other whole-grain items. Call to schedule visits.
APCA is located in a 4000 sq ft 1st floor facility. The room offered for event/mtg rental is 2000 sq ft, is well lit with 8 large windows and plenty of natural light, heat and air-conditioning. A parking lot on premises is available. We can sit 100-150 comfortably depending on set-up. APCA can offer many set-up designs to fit your event needs. Prices are available to fit every budget. All packages include the services of a site coordinator to make your planning process simple and seamless. Food and drink options are limited and offered through a 3rd party partner vendor.
Acadian Farm

259 Tillboro Road
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Asparagus, blueberries, tomatoes, melons and potted perennials. Classes on perennial and asparagus gardening and garden design and maintenance. Opportunities for art groups. Open May 30-October 1, 8am to 4pm
Ace of Diamond Mines

84 Herkimer St
PO Box 505
Middleville, NY 13406

Prospecting for quartz crystals.
Adirondack Amusements

3107 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

(315) 369-6028

All size and manner of arcade games and amusements, and an integral Pizza Shop.
Adirondack Distilling Company

601 Varick Street
Utica, NY 13502

The Adirondack Distilling Company produces hand-crafted, internationally award winning, premium spirits from locally sourced corn and water from tke Adirondack Mountains which means all of our spirits are naturally GLUTEN FREE. Hand-crafting allows is to laboriously choose what parts of the alcohol make the cut as finished product into your bottle. Therefore, our spirits are known for their unique flavors and remarkably smooth finishes.

ADK VODKA is chill filtered for 6-8 hours over Herkimer Diamonds, Chill filtering over Herkimer Diamonds (a doubly terminated quartz crystal) produces the cleanest, clearest of spirit. Exceptionally smooth!

ADK GIN has 10 different botanicals and essentials oils. One of which, an Alpine Bilberry, is a native berry to the Adirondack Region boasting a tart berry taste. The result is a GIN with a complexity of flavor and a one-of-a-kind taste!

1000 SILLS WHITE WHISKY is not your grandfather's whisky! We lightly age this spirit in an un

Adirondack Exposure

1872 State Route 28
P.O. Box 655
Old Forge, NY 13420

One stop for one day or multi-day outdoor adventures. Offering guided trips for canoeing, kayaking, rafting, fishing, hunting and more.
Adirondack Museum

Route 28 & 30
Blue Moutain Lake, NY 12812

Each of the 13 Adirondack North Country Scenic Byways offers unique routes through the largest park in the lower 48 states. These scouted routes help you enjoy leisurely trips by motor vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle or canoe to experience fresh air, clear water, spectacular scenery and invigorating outdoor activity, with a clear idea of the opportunities for adventure along the way. The protected Adirondack Park, with its 15 wilderness areas, provides habitat for moose, deer, otter, loon and bald eagle, as well as offering an untouched natural environment where anyone can log off, unwind and enjoy a walk in the woods or a paddle across the pond. Along each are colorful communities where the region’s history is told, cultural traditions are maintained and a slower pace of life predominates.
Adirondack River Outfitters

3115 State Route 28
P.O. Box 649
Old Forge, NY 13420

Since 1980, A.R.O. Adventures has guided thousands of guests rafting down the exciting rivers of the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, New York's finest whitewater rafting! We were the first outfitter to offer trips on the Moose and Black rivers, one of the original rafting companies on the Hudson and Sacandaga rivers, and remain one of New York's largest white water rafting outfitters.
Restored vintage railroad service from Utica to Thendara. Scenice excursions from Thendara south trough Otter Lake and north through Old Forge toward Big Moose. Spectacular Adirondack woodland scenery and wildlife viewing, as well as Canoe/Kayak and Moutain Bike train excursions. Fall Christmas on Main Street and Pumpkin Train specials.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad

9544 Depot Street
Holland Patent, NY 13354

Relive the golden age of railroading in our climate controlled coaches or open car through remote forests into the magnificent beauty of the six million acre Adirondack Park. Call for special events, schedules and information.

The historic village of Fonda, with the remains of a Mohawk Indian village, is the southern gateway into the 188-mile Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway. In the small village of Fonda in the Mohawk River Valley, begin your northward exploration of the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway. Learn about the area’s rich history: early settlement by Mohawk Indians; the arrival of Europeans; its critical strategic roles in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars; and the monumental opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 that enabled the first great westward migration of American settlers and transformed New York State as towns and cities flourished along the corridor. In the 1920’s the section of the Byway from Fonda to Speculator was part of the Sacandaga Trail, a travel route labeled “New York’s Most Beautiful Highway.” A stop in Fonda at the Montgomery County Department of History and Archives gives you

Adrenaline Zone Paintball offers a safety certified paintball playing field complete with woods, meadows and a large fort. Equipment rentals include semi-auto paintball guns, full head safety masks, barrel plugs, CO2, paintballs, ammo packs, and camouflage shirts. Available for groups and birthday parties!

(607) 722-2000

Afton Golf Club

175 Afton Lake Rd.
Afton, NY 13730

18-holes. Restaurant, spacious outdoor pavilion, rental carts. PAR 72

Providing hot air balloon flights for up to 5 passengers at a time, morning or evening, 7 days a week, May through October, weather permitting. additional services include, tethered balloon operations and "balloon walks".Ê

Alcott Greenhouses

6929 Route 20
Waterville, NY 13480

(315) 841-4600

(607) 348-6115

All Things Oz

219 Genesee St.
Chittenango, NY 13037

Museum showcasing Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum and all things Oz related. Exhibits from the time of BaumÕs birth in 1856 through current day Oz. Thousands of items to enjoy admission $5 children 10 and under free. A wide variety of Oz items available in the gift shop. Open year round. Group tours and school trips by appointment.

Allen’s 19th Century General Store

580 Dillenbeck Road
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

(518) 894-7136

Old-fashioned 19th century-styled general store. Selling homespun calico dresses, needlework, folk art prints, dolls, antiques and more.
Alpacas at Clear View Farm

899 Old Trail Road
Fonda, NY 12068

Jennifer and Patrick Clear raise alpacas and bees to produce alpaca fiber and yarn, alpaca fiber clothing, honey, beeswax candles & beeswax lotion. Free tours by appointment.
Alpacas of Ironwood Farms

5767 State Route 31 PO Box 190
Verona, NY 13478

(315) 363-8992

Alpaca breeders and shop with raw fleece, yarns, sweaters, blankets, etc. "Open House" Festivals. Babies expected in May; come see them in June. Tours by appointment.

Alpine Echo Farm

9423 Steuben Valley Road
Holland Patent, NY 13354

(315) 865-4737

Certified organic dairy farm tours by appointment. Dairy, hay, pasture, hardwoods, fallow and small grain. Cattle grazing in the heart of Central New York-Next place to Heaven!

An eclectic mix of fine antiques and funky found objects in historic Cazenovia since 1981. 19th century and early 20th century decorative arts, estate and vintage jewelry and garden items. Summer hours: Wednesday thru Saturday 10:30-5:30, and most Sunday afternoons or gladly by appointment 315-655-3326

(607) 725-9956

Ames Museum

611 Latimer Hill Road
Ames, NY 13317

The top floor of the 1835 Ames Museum, used as an academy from 1839 to 1959, houses many local artifacts featuring Ames’ hey-day as the hops-growing capital of 19th century America. This building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Please refer to website for further information and hours of operation.
Amsterdam City Hall

61 Church Avenue
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Amsterdam City Hall is an historic city hall complex including the former Sanford Mansion, laundry building and carriage house. Sanford Mansion is a 3-story, brick Classical Revival building built in 1869 and extensively remodeled in 1913–1917.
Amsterdam City Pool

Veteran's Park
Amsterdam, NY 12010

(518) 841-4335

The City of Amsterdam operates an Olympic-sized public pool during the summer months (July 1st through August). Located within the Veterans Park Complex, the pool is an impressive 50 meters in length by 25 meters wide. The pool is separated into two areas off the main swimming area, one 30’x30’ and 13-feet deep and another that is 25’x 25’ feet and 3 feet deep. Also, a lap lane is reserved at all times for adults/swimmers. Lifeguards are on duty at all times. Tuesday-Sunday 11am-5pm Admission is $3
Parking lot of the Roosevelt Apartments Thursdays, June 16-October 29, 9am-1pm
Amsterdam Free Library

28 Church Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The mission of the Amsterdam Free Library is to offer the community access to and assistance in the use of the broadest possible selection of recorded knowledge. It is to assist patrons with informational, business, professional and recreational needs in a diverse number of formats. The Amsterdam Free Library offers a wide array of services and materials including access to over 45,000 items, 70 magazine and 7 daily newspapers. Adult and children’s programs are carried on throughout the year, highlighted by the summer reading program. Reference services are available both in print and electronic formats. Free WiFi Monday 9am – 8pm Tuesday & Wednesday 9am – 5:30pm Thursday 9am – 8pm Friday 9am – 5:30pm Saturday 10am – 1pm (Closed Saturdays July – August) Sunday Closed Free public parking, Handicap Ramp access, Elevator Access available.
Amsterdam Mohawks Baseball

Shuttleworth Park
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The Amsterdam Mohawks are a part of the New York Collegiate Baseball League, comprising a fourteen-team summer league played throughout upstate New York. In addition to Amsterdam, the NYCBL includes teams located in Bolivar, Wellsville, Watertown, Geneva, Hornell, Little Falls, Rochester, Glens Falls, Saratoga and Bennington, VT. Split into Eastern and Western divisions, the NYCBL is a member of the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball and one of the elite wood bat summer leagues sponsored by Major League Baseball. To be eligible to play in the NYCBL, a player must have completed at least one year of college and must still have at least one year of playing eligibility remaining. He must also be enrolled full-time at a college or university. Beginning in early June, each team in the league will play a 42-game schedule, which will wind down at the end of July. The Mohawks play at Shuttleworth Park in Amsterdam typically on Tuesday and Friday nights in June and July. Each night
May 20 – October 28 Wednesdays 3pm-6pm
Amsterdam Waterfront Foundation

PO Box 636
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Anderson Center for the Performing Arts

Binghamton University
4400 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

The Anderson Center for the Performing Arts at Binghamton University provides a venue for cultural events that enriches both the university and community with over 125 performances annually ranging from student recitals to world-class performances.
Animal Adventure Park

85 Martin Hill Rd
Harpursville, NY 13787

Animal Adventure is an interactive, educational animal park, nestled in the hills of Harpursville, NY, just 15 minutes outside of Binghamton. We are excited to unveil the many additions and improvements to Animal Adventure. We continue to raise the bar; providing unmatched animal encounters, improved animal exhibits and guest experiences. This season boasts many new exhibit redesigns, paved pathways, bottle feeding nursery area in our petting zoo and new species! New species include: Patas Monkey, Vervet Monkey, Black Bear, African Warthog, Eland Antelope, Addax Antelope, Wildebeest, Scarlet Macaw Many new babies: Wallabies, Patagonian Cavies, Camels, Antelope, Piglets, Bear Cubs, and more on the way!
Anonymous Arts Museum

606 Charlotte Valley Road
Charlotteville, NY 12036

Open Sundays only June 16-August 24, 2002. Noon to 3:00 p.m.
Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts

186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

ANTHONY BRUNELLI FINE ARTS 186 State Street Binghamton, NY 13901 Google Map PHONE +1 607 772 0485 EMAIL info@anthonybrunelli.com GALLERY HOURS: First Fridays 6 - 9 pm Saturday 12 - 4 pm and by appointment
Antique Row

Clinton Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 232-9795

Apple Creek Country Club

1230 Mariposa Rd.
DeRuyter, NY 13052


Apple Hill Soaps

8400 Clark Mills Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492

Small family business with ties to simple, natural times. Fairs / festivals vendor. Products at Benson Farms Greenhouses. Call for hours.

Apple Hills

131 Brooks Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 729-2683

Farm market open year round, call for hours. Fresh fruit, vegetables, cider, wide variety of baked goods made on premises, jams, cheeses, syrup and more available for sale.  Unique gift items also available. Apple Dumpling Café with outside porch, delicious breakfasts and lunches served daily. U-pick seasons for strawberries, cherries, raspberries, blueberries and apples.

(607) 727-1080

Formerly the site of the Aqua-Terra Sportsman's Club and Innsbruck USA ski area, this undeveloped Broome County Park located in the Town of Binghamton consists of 466 acres of bountiful wildlife and natural settings. Informal trails can be found on both sides of Maxian Road, including a trail around the shore of Agua Terra Pond on the north side of Maxian Road, while steep trails which follow the former ski slopes are found on the other side of the road. From Binghamton, follow Pennsylvania Avenue south for 4.6 miles to Maxian Road. Turn right on Maxian Road and go 1.1 miles to Aqua-Terra Park.
Aremac Gallery

803 Carl Street
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 765-5274

Arkell Museum at Canajoharie

2 Erie Boulevard
Canajoharie, NY 13317

(518) 673-2314

The Arkell Museum at Canajoharie is home to a world-class collection of American Art, including works by Winslow Homer, George Inness and Georgia O’Keefe. The museum also has a growing collection of Mohawk Valley history material. Programs include group tours, lectures, school events and special exhibits. Bartlett Arkell, the founder and first president of the Beech-Nut Packing Company, built the original Canajoharie Gallery in 1927 based on galleries he had experienced in his travels to Europe. A museum designed by Ann Beha and DesignLAB Architects was added in 2007 to the existing Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery to provide inspiring new space for exhibitions and programs. Hours March – December Closed Monday Tuesday through Friday: 10am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday: 12pm – 5pm Closed January – February and major holidays Free for members; Adults $8; Students and senior citizens $6; Child
Arnold Lake State Forest

Arnold Lake Road
Hartwick, NY 13348

(607) 547-4488

Arnold Lake State Forest trails lie on New York State and Otsego County lands surrounding Arnold Lake.  The main trail is a 5.5 mile loop that crosses public high-ways at three places.  Parking is available at each of these points, so hikes of different lengths can be arranged if two vehicles are used.  The trail has several short, steep pitches but can be skied comfortably by cross-country skiers of modest ability.

Arnold Lake offers fishing year-round, and is stocked each year with rainbow trout (8-9" in length) and brown trout (8-10" in length).  Please note there is a daily limit of 3 trout.

Recreational Activities at Arnold Lake State Forest

  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Cross Country Skiing

Fishing Access

A launch is located on the northwest corner of lake at outlet on Arnold Lake Road.

Fish Species

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Chain Pickerel
Arnold Park has picnic tables, sports fields, and a short Nature / Exercise trail. Take NY Route 26 South off of Route 434 (Vestal Parkway). After one mile you come to Pierce Hill Road and a flashing yellow light. There you will see signs directing you to Arnold Park, owned and managed by the Town of Vestal.
Arthur Carter Amsterdam Municipal Golf Course

158 Van Dyke Avenue
Amsterdam, NY 12010

A Robert Trent Jones-designed 18-hole regulation-length golf course created on 182-acres during the Works Progress Administration. 71-par, 6,370 yards, 70.2 rating, 120 slope. Amsterdam “Muni” has a putting green, practice bunker, chipping area, driving range, pull carts, pro-shop and clubhouse offering food and dining. Seasonal – open 7am to sunset

AATP is a not-for-profit organization based in Hamilton, NY, whose mission is to become a dynamic multi-use facility that is a vital catalyst for the region. We offer quality programming focusing on a full spectrum of the arts and education.Ê

Atanasoff's Tree Farm

6320 Walker Road
Deerfield, NY 13502

(315) 797-2446

B. Sharp Gallery

736 State Highway 28 South
Oneonta, NY 13820

This gallery offers an eclectic mix of art, from photography to print makers and painters, as well as sculpture.  Come to browse or purchase your new piece of art, try your hand at an art workshop, or utilize their professional design services.

(607) 677-4144

BAGSAI Softball Complex

Lt Vanwinkle Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905

The BAGSAI Complex was established in 1980 and is the center for Binghamton Area Girls Softball Teams to compete. The BAGSAI Complex has a complete concession area catered by Perry Pasquale of Binghamton's Pasquale's Deli. BAGSAI provides clean indoor restrooms with handicap accessibility.
BC Cab (medical only)

Binghamton, NY 13901

We are a Fly Fishing organization for men, and women of all ages. Our goal is for our youth to take up the sport as well as educating them in conservation about our lakes, streams and rivers in order to preserve them for future generations.

(607) 595-7060

(607) 242-7260

Bagg's Square

100 Genesee St
Utica, NY 13502

Bainbridge Farmer's Market

Bainbridge Village Park
Bainbridge, NY 13733

(607) 967-2413

June - Mid-October. Crafts, antiques, collectibles, baked goods, tools and books.
Baker's Maple Products

1 Freiot Avenue
Bainbridge, NY 13733

Maple products, pancake mixes, honey and related items.
Baker's Beach on Canadarago Lake

8114 State Highway 28
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

(315) 858-8809

Baker's Beach is the perfect place to spend a day with your family enjoying the serene lake with gorgeous views.

Recreational Activities at Baker's Beach on Canadarago Lake

  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Boating
  • Picnicking 

Fishing on Canadarago Lake

Canadarago Lake is a popular fishing destination in New York State, holding multiple bass tournaments throughout the summer.  Fish in Canadarago Lake tend to grow average to above average sizes (the average largemouth bass is around 2.5 pounds, with many exceeding 4 pounds), and is popular for panfish and walleye as well.  Approximately 40,000 walleye (4-5" in length) are stocked annually. 

Fishing Access on Canadarago Lake

The state park's boat launch is located in Richfield Springs off Route 28, 3 miles south of NY Route 20, at the end of Dennison Road.  There are two concrete ramps with parking for 40 ca

Excellent views of the Fulton Chain of Lakes along with historic fire tower. Two-mile hike round trip, classified moderate difficulty.
Balsam Pond

Pharsalia, NY

Small motorboats or canoes. 153 acres, average 9' depth, warm water fishery. Hand launch at Town of Pharsalia, 2 miles south of the Village. Fish: Norlunge, largemouth bass, yellow perch, sunfish & chain pickerel.
Banner Ridge Alpaca Farm

1984 State Hwy 206
Greene, NY 13411


Alpaca Farm and gift shop.
This is a level walk with a view of a hill and woods seen across the creek. From the Four Corners area, take Main Street 0.5 miles, on your right is Barlow Park, a Town of Vestal park with picnic pavilion and playground equipment. Follow the wood fence by the parking lot to the corner of the rear fence. You will find a short decline connecting to a dirt trail. Go right on this trail a short distance to the start of the floodwall. The floodwall ends after a 20-minute walk at the bridge on Front St. by Town Hall.
The Barnyard Swing Miniature Golf and Family Fun Center features a premier 18-hole mini-golf, wild-west pistol laser tag, spin art, candy counter, soft ice cream, game room and gift shop. Located directly next to Cooperstown Dreams Park, they welcome groups and host parties! Investigate fossils dating back 416 to 360 million years ago!  Learn about the New York Devonian Sea with your Fossil Explorer Set, complete with fossil shale, identification keys, magnifying glass and draw-string bag.  Add to your fun by panning for gems in the water sluice, or select a geode to crack open!
Bartle's Pharmacy

10 LaFayette Park
Oxford, NY 13830


One stop shop for everything from prescriptions to collectibles.
Basswood Pond State Forest

Jacobs Road
Burlington Flats, NY 13315

(607) 547-4488

Basswood Pond State Forest offers varied outdoor recreational opportunities.  The pond site is handicapped accessible with a paved path to the water's edge.  A pit toilet is available.

Recreational Activities at Basswood Pond State Forest

  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing

Fishing on Basswood Pond

Basswood Pond is managed for both warm and cold water species, with trout fishing the most popular.  It is stocked annually with approximately 350 brown trout (8-15" in length) and 100 rainbow trout (8-10" in length).  A fishing dock is located on the southwest corner of the pond.  Ice fishing and the use of baitfish is prohibited. 

Fish Species

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Goldfish
  • Golden Shiner
  • Bluntnose Minnow
  • Fathead Minnow
  • Brown Bullhead
Bear Pond Winery

2515 State Highway 28
Oneonta, NY 13820

Featuring varietals including Riesling, Concord, Niagara, and Gewürztraminer, this local winery is located at the headwaters of the Susquehanna River in Oneonta. Bear pond offers year-round tastings of their own wines, in addition to many from other New York State wineries. Open 10 am to 7 pm, Monday to Sunday.

Bear Swamp State Forest

Buttermilk Hill Rd
Decatur & Rooseboom, NY 13450

(607) 547-4488

Bear Swamp State Forest offers 1,759 acres for recreational use and is located in the towns of Roseboom and Decatur.

Belden Hill Golf Club

1820 NYS Route 7
Harpursville, NY 13787

# Holes: 18 Yards: 5,592 Par: 70 Cost: $25-$35 & $36-$50
Bellinger’s Apple Orchard

685 Argersinger Road
Fultonville, NY 12072

The Winnie/Bellinger farm has been in the same family since 1804. The orchard originated in 1930 by Furman and Mildred Bellinger, parents of Tom Bellinger. Tom and Betty bought the farm from his parents in 1963. They decided to plant more trees and started the pick-your-own operation. Since 1998, Tom and his son-in-law have been adding newer varieties for a current total of 30 kinds of apples for pick-your-own. The farm market includes ready-picked apples, fresh sweet cider, homemade cider donuts, honey, maple syrup, cheese, and other local NYS products. Featuring a challenging five-acre themed corn maze, children’s hay maze, large pumpkin patch and a picnic area with incredible views of the countryside. Open daily September through mid-November rain or shine.
Benson's Farm and Garden

8400 Clark Mills Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492

Fourth generation farm has a wide selection of annuals, perennials, vegetables and aquatic plants. Spring planting tours available. Seasonal vegetable farm stand. Call for hours.

Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park offers visitors spectacular views from atop a hill in the southern part of Otsego County.  The 229-acre property is mostly a forest of hardwoods, but also has two ponds.  A must-visit for birdwatchers!

Six cabins are also available on the property.  Please call for details.

Recreational Activities at Betty & Wilbur Davis State Park

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking 
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Snowmobiling
Between Us Sisters

6170 Valley Mills Rd.
Munnsville, NY 13409

Between Us Sisters is a primitive mix of new and old purposeful items and handmade items to include wreaths, dolls, fixins, ornies, grubby prims, cabinets, framed prints, bird houses, wares, finds, signs, curtains, table linens, paint, seasonal wares and on of a kinds.

Bicentennial Barn Project

16 Locations across Madison County
Madison County, NY

From 2004-2006 16 barns were painted with the Madison County Bicentennial Logo. Call us today to get a free map of all the locations.
Big Moose Lake Tours

1500 Big Moose Road
Eagle Bay, NY 13331

"The American Tragedy" narrated boat tour aboard a 1955 Chris Craft. Excursions daily, call for times, reservations suggested.
Binghamton Brick Yard

Binghamton, NY

Binghamton Farmers' Market

Collier Street
(between Court and Hawley Street)
Binghamton, NY 13901

Mid June through end of October 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Tuesdays and Fridays, June through September 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Fridays only in October Here at the Binghamton Farmers’ Market we pride ourselves in our friendly and knowledgeable service, as well as our fresh, local products. Take a quick break from your usual weekday responsibilities and join us outdoors where you can enjoy the casual atmosphere and fresh goods of the Binghamton Downtown Farmers’ Market. The Binghamton Farmers’ Market returns for the season with plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables and more! Our vendors take pride in selecting only the best to bring to the center of downtown Binghamton. Don’t miss this years Binghamton Farmers’ Market! Free Parking: Parking in the adjacent parking garage is validated with a purchase. Benefits Go Further at the Market: We gladly accept EBT/Food Stamps for purchase of our fresh produce. See the General Store for more information. Friendly Service: Do not hesi
Binghamton Mets Baseball

211 Henry St.
Binghamton, NY 13901

607-723-3866 (FUNN)

Batter up! The Binghamton Mets play 71 home games each year at NYSEG Stadium downtown. Get a seat, grab a hot dog and enjoy the game. Promotions throughout the season include food and drink deals on “Two for Tuesdays” and “Thirsty Thursdays.” Many holidays and weekends feature post-game fireworks.
Binghamton Philharmonic

168 Water Street, 4th Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901

A professional orchestra that performs classical, pops, and chamber concerts and employs more than 65 musicians and has a world-renowned conductor at the helm.
Binghamton River Trail

Chenango River Promenade
Wall St
Binghamton, NY 13901

Trails in BinghamtonThis 1.5-mile paved trail runs between two of the city’s most beautiful spaces. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers by foot or bike, then take a break in Confluence or Cheri Lindsey parks. Find similar trails in and near Otsiningo and Port Dickinson parks for a nature while visiting the city.
Binghamton Senators - AHL Hockey Team

Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
1 Stuart Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-7367

Catch one of the American Hockey League’s most competitive programs in the Binghamton Senators. The minor league affiliate of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators, the B-Sens captured the AHL Calder Cup in 2011 and regularly make a push for the playoffs. The regular season schedule (October through April) includes numerous promotions and special “Fan Experience Packages” like the “Sin Bin” and “Photo Finish” that give spectators exclusive access to games at Broome County Veteran’s Memorial Arena downtown.
Binghamton University Art Museum

4400 Vestal Parkway East
Fine Arts Building
Vestal, NY 13850

The mission of the Binghamton University Art Museum is to collect, document, preserve, and present works of art from diverse cultures for the education and enjoyment of students, faculty, staff and members of the general public. The museum presents exhibitions featuring works of art drawn from the permanent collection of approximately 3,000 objects, as well as objects on loan. Exhibitions are installed in the Main Gallery, the Susan M. Reifer '65 and Stanley J. Reifer '64 Mezzanine Gallery and the Nancy J. Powell Gallery, which itself consists of several small galleries. Exhibitions rotate regularly and are curated by museum staff, faculty members, and students. In addition to exhibitions, the museum offers other opportunities for visitors to engage with art. The Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room provides students, faculty members and the general public a space in which they may view any work in the permanent collection. This room is also used for university classes and the short-term dis
Binghamton University Bearcats

4400 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 777-2832

Join all of the action when the Bearcats Division I NCAA Men’s and Women’s basketball teams tip-off in the state-of-the-art B.U. Events Center. In addition, watch the Bearcats Men’s and Women’s soccer and lacrosse teams compete under the lights at the Bearcats Sports Complex. Other on campus facilities include the West Gym, Baseball and Softball fields and Tennis Courts. This is Bearcats Country!
Binghamton University Department of Theatre

Binghamton University
4400 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

4 main stage productions a year, visit our website to view current season information.
Binghamton University Music Department

Fine Arts Building - Binghamton University
4400 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

Over 100 concerts are performed within the academic year, most are free and open to the public.  Concerts include guest, faculty, solo, chamber music, ensembles and weekly Mid-Day concerts.
This nature preserve encompasses 182 acres of land which includes a 20 acre wetland. From NY Route 434 near the University, take Murray Hill Road to the South. Turn right onto Washington Street, make a left onto Lehigh Avenue and continue to dead end. Alternatively, on-campus parking is free on weekends (use Lot M).
Binghamton Visitor Center

Roberson Museum
30 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

Year round; Closed Monday & Tuesday 12:00 - 5:00 pm Wednesday - Thursday, Saturday-Sunday 12:00 - 9:00 pm Friday The Binghamton Visitor Center is the perfect place to begin exploring the culture, local heritage, and exciting activities that the community has to offer. Visitors explore the significant contributions this area has made to the industrial development of a nation through exhibits.
Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park

60 Morgan Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

April - November 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Daily The zoo officially opened in 1875, and is currently the 5th oldest zoo in the country. A historical, family attraction, this quaint facility is home to over 100 different species of animals, including African penguins, red pandas, wallabies and Amur tigers.
Bishopp Family Farm

2809 Route 12B
Deansboro, NY 13328

(315) 841-3336

Fifth generation, all-grass diverse livestock farm offers grass-fed meats, eggs and goat cheese. Farm tours, bird watching and cross-country skiing by appointment. Call for hours.
Black Bear Winery

248 County Road 1
Cloverdale Road
Chenango Forks, NY 13746

(607) 656-9863

Start with a taste for fresh, natural and unique, and throw in some imagination. After more than a decade of producing unique, top quality wines, from fruits of all kinds, we at Black Bear, are now seeing the value of narrowing the field to those that compliment a healthy lifestyle; those that connect us to well being, and feed our souls, as well as our minds. The Black Bear line of super fruits will satisfy those seeking healthy lifestyle choices. They exemplify the gentle process of an alternative winemaking style. A whole fruit fermentation assures the character of each vintage will have a singular personality. The wine’s true character will come from within. The super fruits are known to be rich in anti-oxidants, which offer protection against the damaging effects of free radicals. Anti-oxidants help to avoid chronic diseases associated with the aging process. A new class of wine, with class. Open year round for tastings and tours. 2:00 - 6:00 pm Wednesday through Friday
State of the art exhibits and interactive displays demonstrate how power is made and used. New windmills and solar panel displays. Beautiful grounds, wetland display, bird and wildlife watching. Many family events. Open daily. No admission charge. 1378 State Route 30, North Blenheim 800-724-0309 www.nypa.gov
Blue Stone Golf Course

44 Scott Street
Oxford, NY 13830

18-holes. Restaurant, snack bar, rental carts. PAR 70
Boardman's Stone Wall Market

4420 Route 69
Taberg, NY 13471

(315) 336-3175

Spring plants and nursery items. Amish furniture, arts & crafts, gifts. Old Goat products, North Star Orchard baked goods, produce and more. Fall hayrides, pumpkins; Christmas trees and wreaths. Call for hours.

Bobbi von Dehmlein Antiques

7686 State Highway 80
Springfield Center, NY 13468

(315) 858-0232

Located in Springfield Center, this shop is one of the longest operating antique shops in the region, specializing in American and European furniture, china, figurines as well as decorator specialties.

Boonville Black River Canal Museum

502 Water Street, P.O. Box 122
Boonville, NY 13309

For more than half a century, the Black River Canal played a central role in the life of the North Country. Appreciating the rich historical legacy on the canal, a group of interested Boonville residents secured a charter from the NYS Board of Regents to construct a museum that will preserve, house and display artifacts from the canal era.

The first building is the Hemlock Mercantile that houses a pictorial history of the Canal and surrounding communities and other static displays . It also houses the Hemlock General Store that features gifts for young and old. books and canal memorabilia.

An original one-of-a-kind canal warehouse was restored. This warehouse was used for mules and storage during the active years of the Black River Canal. This building now houses a working mini-canal for children of all ages to run model canal boats through the l mile. The warehouse also houses an interactive pulley system that shows how different pulley set-ups distribute weight and t

Boonville Farmers' Market

Erwin Park
Boonville, NY 13309

Thursdays 12:30 to 5:30pm

Picnic areas, playground, hiking boating, fishing, and swimming.

Owner-grown Guatemalan coffee, and coffee from 8 other countries, is shipped to coffee shop for roasting and grinding. Take home fresh or enjoy coffee or cappuccino by the cup. Local honey and maple syrup. Located on Oneida County Snowmobile Trail System.

Brenda Lomeli's Art Studio & Gallery

435 South James Street
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 225-7184

The Artist, Her Art & Her Space are in an unlikely location. Situated in South Rome, the once Laundromat is now an intimate gallery space which leads right into her studio. This is where you can find her working on a number of Paintings and Sculptures.As she said "I love working on different projects simultaneously, it keeps me stimulated and moving forward."

Her work is difficult to describe, much less categorize.She uses a variety of mediums and approaches to create her works, but everything falls into place.Powerful, provoking and connecting are three words that come to mind while viewing her unique works of art.

Visiting her Studio & Gallery gives one an opportunity to glimpse into her processes and ask questions. She cares deeply about each piece and there is a story behind every one and if you ask her she'lll gladly tell you their story.

Hours do change seasonally. You can always check by calling 315.225.7184 or by making an appointment.

Brewery Ommegang

656 County Highway 33
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Brewery Ommegang opened in 1997 to craft-brew fine Belgian-style ales. Ommegang brews eight ales year-round, as well as an extensive and imaginative range of seasonal and specialty ales. The beers have won a national following by connoisseurs of fine beer and are distributed in 43 states and internationally. Ommegang is located on a 136-acre farmstead in Cooperstown, New York and offers free daily tours and inexpensive tastings as well as a well-stocked brewery store and an annual calendar of public events. The 100-seat Café Ommegang offers a menu featuring Belgian-inspired delights and many locally grown ingredients. Ommegang is open every day of the year except for Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. For more information, contact info@ommegang.com, call 1-800-544-1809, or visit www.ommegang.com. Ommegang is a member of the Duvel family of fine beers. Follow Ommegang on Twitter: @

The BLCO is a group of individuals dedicated to making our community a better place to live for both individuals and families. Annual activities include: Summer concerts in Chapman Park, earth day clean up, area small business Saturday and many community events.

Broadway in Binghamton

18 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905

Bringing the best of Broadway to Broome County.  They bring national touring Broadway shows to the community.
Brookfield Riding & Driving Association

1968 Fairgrounds Road
Brookfield, NY 13314

The Brookfield Riding and Driving Association is a non-profit equine association striving to represent the interests of horse owners, breeders, trainers and enthusiasts in our community. Our vision is to promote the equine businesses in our area, the show grounds at the Madison County Fairgrounds and the 130 mile, beautiful, Brookfield Trail System. We offer shows and programs that follow the rules and regulations set forth by each disciplineÕs governing body (ie: USEY and USDF).

Brookfield State Forest

Hubbardsville/Brookfield, NY


130 miles of trails spread over 13,000 acres for: X-country skiing, hiking, horseback riding, and snowmobiling.

13,000 acres of state forest with 130 miles of horseback, hiking, cross country skiing and snowmobile trails. The assembly area on Moscow Road has facilities for 150 horses, a pavilion, picnic area, camping facilities and more. Perfect location for whitetail deer and turkey hunting.

Brookfield Trail System

Moscow Rd.
Brookfield, NY 13314

This multi-use trail system provides year-round recreation opportunities on 13,000 acres of state forest with 130 miles of horseback, hiking, cross country skiing and snowmobile trails. The assembly area on Moscow Road has facilities for 150 horses, a pavilion, picnic area, camping facilities and more.

From the casual to the serious antique shopper, Brooklyn Bridge Antiques is the premiere antique shop in the Cooperstown area, offering 6,000 square feet of quality antiques at fair prices, featuring a vast and everchanging array of "house-ready" Empire to Victorian era room settings and appropriate period accessories.

Open year round. Visitors welcome by appointment.
Brookwood Point

6000 State Highway 80
West Lake Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Brookwood Point has been an established estate on the shores Otsego Lake since the early 1820's and is home to a 100 year old Italianate Renaissance garden.

Over the past 100 years, Brookwood has fostered many pitter-pattering petite feet and young minds. From the seven Townsend children in the early 1900's to the slews of SUNY interns and Clark Sports Center Adventure Camp kids of this past summer, Brookwood is a place to roam and explore nature in all her glory.

The property is unique in that it hosts a diversified ecosystem: meadows and fields, seasoned and young woods, wetlands, shorefront, lake, creek and historic cultivated gardens. Each component of the 22 acre property creates a different habitat, making Brookwood a melting pot of wildlife!

Brookwood is an outdoor classroom, brimming with opportunities for experiences in nature. Grab someone young, old or in between, bring along a picnic and enjoy all Brookwood Point has to offer.

Broome-Tioga Sports Center

50 Shaffer Road
Richford, NY 13835

(607) 849-4438

Broome County Forum Theatre

236 Washington Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Built in 1919 with a seating capacity of 1,527, the Forum is home to the Broadway Theatre League, Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, and Tri-Cities Opera.  The Forum also hosts concerts, family shows, comedians, and local dance groups.
All of our vendors are local to the Binghamton area and grow/produce nearly all of the products at the market. Come visit the market on Saturday morning and meet your local farmers and artisans, buy fresh produce, and enjoy delicious baked goods and foods from our food trucks! Open Year-Round Saturdays 9am-1pm
FLT spans NY State. 72 miles runs through Chenango County. Activities such as cross-country skiing, hiking and showshoeing are all available.
Bundy Museum of History & Art

127 - 129 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

In 1889, two brothers, Willard Bundy a jeweler and inventor, and Harlow E. Bundy, a young entrepreneur, opened a time recording clock company in downtown Binghamton. By the turn of the 20th century, thousands of workers were clocking in and out of work on Bundy Time Recorders. The company flourished, moved to Endicott, and eventually became IBM. While the factories in Binghamton are now long gone, you can experience the world that spawned the Bundy Manufacturing Company at Harlow Bundy’s home – now the Bundy Museum of History & Art, 129 Main St. on Binghamton’s Westside. We at the Bundy Museum seek to not only honor the accomplishments of Binghamton’s entrepreneurs like the Bundys, but also to pay our respects to the culture that influenced them. Our collection ranges from early manufacturing and broadcasting artifacts to international art designed to enrich local culture. We honor local entrepreneurs, artists, and personalities by showcasing the fruits
In 1889, two brothers, Willard Bundy a jeweler and inventor, and Harlow E. Bundy, a young entrepreneur, opened a time recording clock company in downtown Binghamton. By the turn of the 20th century, thousands of workers were clocking in and out of work on Bundy Time Recorders. The company flourished, moved to Endicott, and eventually became IBM. While the factories in Binghamton are now long gone, you can experience the world that spawned the Bundy Manufacturing Company at Harlow Bundy’s home – now the Bundy Museum of History & Art, 129 Main St. on Binghamton’s Westside. We at the Bundy Museum seek to not only honor the accomplishments of Binghamton’s entrepreneurs like the Bundys, but also to pay our respects to the culture that influenced them. Our collection ranges from early manufacturing and broadcasting artifacts to international art designed to enrich local culture. We honor local entrepreneurs, artists, and personalities by showcasing the fruits
Burford Tree Farm

1533 Old State Road
& 70 Ahern Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

(607) 724-7564

Fresh cut available at 70 Ahern Road, U-cut available at 1533 Old State Road. Most variety’s available, plus extra tall.
Bush's Syrup House

197 Bates Road
Harpursville, NY 13787

(607) 693-1243

Bushes Syrup House is a family owned business of 20 years.
Busy-B Apiaries

7019 Koenig Road
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 865-8252

Pure, locally-produced honey; 8oz to 60lb (5-gal) pails. Fancy gift boxed honey and Beeswax candles; beeswax bars. Jalapeno pepper jelly. Call for hours.

Buttenschon Christmas Tree Farm

9663 Luke Road
Marcy, NY 13403

(315) 865-4849

Choose and cut Christmas Tree farm. Nursery stock and transplants. Thanksgiving - Christmas.

Butterfat Farm

269 Brower Road
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

All of our animals are fed NOFA certified grain and we use no chemical/pesticides on vegetables. Farm products include; eggs, vegetables, strawberries, flowers, garlic, pork. Farm animals; free-range poultry, feeder pigs and Tamworth swine breeding stock. Delivery of eggs and vegetables is available. Appointments can be scheduled for tours and berries. Open year-round.

Antique show located in the center of all shows. RV camping with electric, water, dump station, pump out. ÊWe are the way to where you are going!

Butternuts Beer & Ale

4021 State Highway 51
Garrattsville, NY 13342

Nestled in the beautiful Butternut Valley on a 120-acre dairy farm in Garratsville, Butternuts prides itself on creating no-nonsense beers made with simple, natural ingredients that combine American-style farmhouse ales with German, English and Belgian influences. Stop by to sample their year-round brews and specialty brews on tap, take a brewery tour, and pick up a six pack or growler to bring home with you. Open 12 pm to 5 pm daily.

CFJ Carousel

98 C.F.J. Boulevard
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 797-0212

Installed in 1923 and renovated in 2009-2010, this carousel is the largest of the six in the area, featuring 72 figures, 4 abreast. All original carvings, beveled mirrors and scenic panels remain, making this one of the most elaborate in our collection. Park also includes a basketball court, ball fields, volleyball court, a playground and a small water spray park for children. Park Open 9:00am-8:00pm from Memorial Day until Labor Day. Carousel and Spray Park Open: May 24th through September 1st (Labor Day). Memorial Day weekend through June 22nd Monday-Friday 4pm-8pm Saturdays & Sundays 12 noon-8:00pm. June 23rd through Labor Day Daily 12 noon-8:00pm.
CNY Figgery

5841 Old Oneida Road
Rome, NY 13440

Central New York's only Fig growing business at CNY Figgery, part of Wagner Farms.

Open daily 9am-6pm

Our fig business grows fresh figs and trees for sale seasonally.  With over 150 varieties and many colors we have the fig for you.

Greenhouse tours of the figgery everyday of the week but Fridays.

Like us on facebook @ CNY Figgery

CNY Metal & Glass Design Studio

12840 State Route 12
Boonville, NY 13309

CP's Fishing Charter Service

574 County Highway 29
PO Box 1526
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

CP's Charter Service offers full and half-day excursions on Otsego Lake in Cooperstown. The 23 foot Pro-Line can accommodate up to 7 passengers or a larger group can be taken out on other vessels. Plenty of lake trout, brown trout, and small and large mouth bass. CP's provides all equipment and bait.

Calhoun Creek State Forest

South Line Rd
Morris, NY 13808

(607) 574-4488

Calhoun Creek State Forest offers 730 acres for recreational use.  Use caution, as hunting and trapping is permitted during certain times of the year.

Campus Plaza

Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 729-0284

Together with adjacent strip malls, Olum’s (a regional furniture store), Staples, and Rite Aid, add to the variety of shopping options available on “the Parkway”.
Canajoharie Boat Launch

Located at Waterfront Park
off Route 10 and Church Street, NY 13317


Memorial Day through Labor Day. Call village office at (518) 673-5512, for more information.
Canajoharie Country Club

154 Country Club Rd.
Canajoharie, NY 13317

Designed by Scott & John North, an 18-hole regulation-length, daily-fee golf course created in 1936. 71-par, 6,146 yards, 69 rating, 118 slope. Canajoharie Country Club has a putting green, practice bunker, chipping area, driving range, pull carts, pro-shop with rental clubs and a restaurant offering food and beverage. Walking and member-owned carts allowed. Seasonal – call for hours.
Canal House Antiques

6737 Route 20
Bouckville, NY 13310

Old country multi dealer store decorated with antique furniture- primitives-collectables-linens-jewelry-milk bottles-oil memorabilia-lighting-Howards products-rug hooking supplies/classes-candles-and layaways. Hours January (closed) February and March (Saturday and Sunday 10-4) April and May (Thursday-Monday 10-5, Closed Tuesday and Wednesday) June and July ( Monday ÐSunday 10-5, Closed Wednesday) August open daily 10-5. September and October (Monday-Sunday 10-5, closed Wednesday) November and December (Thursday- Monday 10-4, closed Tuesday and Wednesday).

Canal Place

401 South Ann Street
Little Falls, NY 13365

Canal Place is the historic district along the Erie Canal and Mohawk River. Lock 17 is the highest lock in NYS. Rock climbing, biking, hiking are attractions. Tour boat at Benton's Landing. Restaurants, galleries, shops and antiquing.

Canalways to Country Byways gives you three great options to explore the open spaces and unique places around the Erie Canalway Trail. From rolling hills and glacier carved valleys to flat farm land and Oneida Lake these routes will take you through, over and around some of the most breathtaking views in Central New York.

Canasawacta Country Club

261 County Rd. 44
Country Club Rd.
Norwich, NY 13815

18-holes PGA quality. Restaurant with deck overlooking course, rental carts, pro-shop and banquet facilities. PAR 70

Housed in one of the many buildings that still exist in Canastota from the original Erie Canal era. The museum is filled with authentic memorabilia as well as exhibits of historical local business. First floor access to handicapped visitors. Open May through October and by appointment.

Candella's Greenhouses & Farm

9256 River Road
Marcy, NY 13403

(315) 736-8782

You-Pick strawberries, tomatoes, blueberries, black and red raspberries and pumpkins. Spring bedding plants, perennials and vegetables. Peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, summer and winter squashes including Cousa; peas, beans, apples. Fall ornamentals and pre-cut Christmas trees, wreaths and decorations. Easter-Christmas, weekdays. Call for hours. Tours by appointment.


5199 Route 79
Port Crane, NY 13833


Rent Canoes, Kayaks, and Stand Up Paddle Boards right from our on water location. No experience necessary, all skill levels welcome. Bait and tackle for sale and fishing pole rentals are available. Kick Back and Kayak!

Capitol Theatre

220 W. Dominick Street
Rome, NY 13440

Rome's Capitol Theatre opened December 10, 1928 with an all-movie program including the feature film, “Lilac Time,” starring Colleen Moore and Gary Cooper. A member of the Kallet chain, the Capitol operated as a first-run movie house until closing in May of 1974.The theater re-opened as a performing arts venue in 1985, offering a variety of programming.

Today the 1,788 seat movie palace hosts over 100 performances each year, including concerts, live stage plays, classic movies, and special events.  The Capitol still maintains its original installation Möller theater organ, using it for pre-show music and sometimes to provide live accompaniment for silent films.

The annual "Capitolfest" film festival takes place the second weekend of August and attracts classic and silent movie fans from around the world.


Carello's Landmark Carousel

118 Park Avenue
Sylvan Beach, NY 13157

Carriage House Museum

2 North Park Street
Camden, NY 13316

(315) 245-5685

Cashin's Farm

225 Argersinger Rd.
Fultonville, NY 12072

Cashin’s Farm started in 1988 with pick-your-own strawberries and has since expanded to blackberries, currants, raspberries and a selection of vegetables available at local farmer’s markets. Selling in season at Johnstown on Tuesdays from 3 to 6, Amsterdam on Wednesdays from 3 to 6 and Schenectady on Thursdays from 9 to 1.
Casolwood Golf Club

4255 Perretta Drive
Canastota, NY 13032

Challeneging course, great condition 6200 yds. Full restaurant and bar. Banquet rooms. Hosts clambakes from 40-250 people.

Castle Berries

1006 Castle Creek Road
Castle Creek, NY 13744

July through September 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Monday – Saturday, July through September 12:00 - 6:00 pm Sunday, July through September U-pick blueberries Castle Berries is a family-owned and operated U-Pick Blueberry Farm nested north of Binghamton in picturesque Castle Creek. There are picnic tables available, so bring a picnic lunch and spend a pleasant afternoon with us. Fresh cold water is also available for your convenience. Eric and Margie Johnson assumed ownership of the berry farm in January of 1987. Castle Berries consists of 5 acres of Blueberries with approximately 3,000 berry bushes. The Blueberry varieties vary from early to late berries which help to extend the picking season. We also offer seasonal vegetables on the stand as well as participate in the local Otsinango Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9 in the morning to 1 in the afternoon. Parking is close to our Blueberry patch making it very convenient to get to. Check In/Check Out is also convenient. So bring your

The Cazenovia Opera House was acquired by the College in 1968. Almost 40 years later, the Catherine Cummings Theatre continues to contribute to the academic programs of Cazenovia College,and the cultural life of the surrounding CNY community. The theatre presents lectures, plays musicals, meetings, theatre workshops, fund-raisers, Jazz `N Caz, and rentals such as weddings and speakers.

More than 80 men and women make up this group dedicated to choral singing. Widely acclaimed concerts, the group presents during the fall and spring seasons.

Catskill Conservatory

Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-0147

This well-respected conservatory has featured classical and contemporary musical presentations for more than 30 years.

Catskill Mountain Balloon

Neahwa Park
258 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Catskill Mountain Balloon offers scenic balloon flights for a thrill of a lifetime! Our pilots are experienced and have flown in many states as well as abroad. Our balloon flights depart at sunrise and two hours prior to sunset year round - weather permitting. Perfect for special events, weddings, birthdays and engagements.

Catskill Symphony Orchestra

108 Ravine Parkway
PO Box 14
Oneonta, NY 13820

Since 1953, The Catskill Symphony Orchestra (CSO) has provided an unparalleled resource to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences of all ages in upstate New York – by presenting a professional ensemble of the highest artistic quality performing the full range of symphonic literature. Under the direction of Maestro Charles Schneider, the CSO selects repertoire from the five major musical periods – Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern and Contemporary – with nearly equal representation. Each performance includes beloved, familiar works, unfamiliar traditional works, and new music, sometimes commissioned, and sometimes premiered. Nearly every concert includes an exciting soloist. Repertoire also highlights the strengths of the orchestra and the virtuosity of the soloist. Performances of the Catskill Symphony Orchestra are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, and with addition

Cave House Museum of Mining & Geology

136 Blowing Rock Road
PO Box 700
Howes Cave, NY 12092

Open Fri-Sun 11-3 Memorial Day- Columbus Day weekends. Restored historic 1865 Hotel is a high tech, interactive museum on the past, present, and future of our geologic resources.
Cazenovia Abroad & P.E. Mulligan's

65-67 Albany St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

(315) 655-2355

Uncommon gifts, collectibles, silver, wedding favors. Baby Balcony gifts from birth through 4T. We carry both imported and domestic items. Come and buy our specialty Cazenovia throws.

Cazenovia Artisans is an artistsÕ cooperative gallery which features talented area artists exhibiting and selling high quality fine art and craft. The shop offers a unique, diverse and ever-changing display of items for gifts, to wear, or to enhance the home. Member artisans own, operate and staff their gallery ensuring that every time you visit you will meet one or more of the artists. The gallery is open daily.

Cazenovia College

22 Sullivan St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Cazenovia College, named one of ÒAmericaÕs Best CollegesÓ by U. S. News & World Report for twelve consecutive years, offers undergraduate programs in the liberal arts and professional studies. Embracing student success as its primary Cazenovia College comprises a diverse yet close-knit residential community that fosters intellectual, social, and ethical groups in small class sizes and experiential and co-curricular learning opportunities provide for an individualized educational experience that balances academic and student life.

The Art Gallery in Reisman Hall on the campus of Cazenovia College provides a state of the art exhibition venue that supports the mounting of multimedia exhibitions that place emphasis on the arts, architecture and design. The gallery fosters the appreciation and education of the arts through our active exhibition roster showcasing regional, state, national and international artists and promotes an artist lecture series.

At the Cazenovia College Bookstore we carry a wide selection of Cazenovia College apparel, gift items, art supplies and school supplies. we also carry new, used, digital and rental textbooks and local interest books.

Cazenovia CollegeÕs Equine Education Center is home to the CollegeÕs Equine Business Management program as well as the home of the Cazenovia College Equestrian Team. Teh Equine Center's expansive facility is also home to the New York State Center For Equine Business Development.

Official athletics website of Cazenovia College provides up to date schedules, rosters and news about atheltic programing.

Cazenovia Fitness & Wellness Center

22 Sullivan Street
Cazenovia, NY 13035

The center, a bright and airy space, hosts as many as 200 students, faculty, staff and community members daily. There are treadmills, elliptical cross trainers, bikes, an arc trainer and rowing machines. Strength equipment includes a 10-station Cybex selectorized circuit, Smith Machine, two free-weight training cages, cable crossover and dumbbell training area with six adjustable benches.

Cazenovia Lake

Rt. 20 & Rt. 13
Cazenovia, NY 13035

(315) 655-3041

1,145 acres and a maximum depth of 45 feet. Fish species include black crappie, largemouth bass, rock bass, yellow perch, pumpkinseed and bluegill. Boat access can be obtained via the village's Lakeside Park. A permit is required to launch from that park.

The mission of CPF is to protect the historic, agricultural and natural resources in and around Cazenovia for the benefit of the community. CPF sponsors many community events, such as the popular walk among the spirits cemetery tour. Check the website for our schedule or info on visiting our 12+ miles of trails for hiking, biking and skiing.

Cedar Lake Golf Course

382 Rider Road
Clayville, NY 13322


Private Course. Rating 70.4, slope 125.
Cedar Mountain Mercantile

3039 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

(315) 369-6330

Two floors of antiques from all aspects of Adirondack woodland life.
Centre Park

Cobleskill, NY 12043

Village of Cobleskill
Chapman Park

1463 Route 31
Bridgeport, NY 13030

(315) 687-3471

Oneida Lake, a relatively shallow natural lake with an average depth of 22 feet, is the largest lake lying wholly within New York State. The pier at Chapman Park is excellent for viewing bald eagles, woodpeckers, blue birds, turkey, osprey, foxes, coyotes and various species of fish.

This property totals over 9,400 acres in southeast Madison County and makes up the core area of the Brookfield Trail System, a highly acclaimed horse and snowmobile trail system. Watch for turkey, ruffed grouse and migratory songbirds.

Charleston Historical Society

Polin Road west of St. Hwy 30 A
Charleston, NY 12166

The Charleston Historical Society is a National and State Historic Registered Site founded in 1978 with the purpose of preserving and documenting local history. Headquartered in a restored church originally built during the presidency of George Washington and re-built during the mid-1880’s, its Victorian features are still intact. Exhibits include local artifacts, photos, records, literature and audio recordings of residents of the community. All programs held throughout the year are free and open to the public. Memberships welcomed. Building open by appointment.
The Town of Charleston is the only town in Montgomery County that does not border the Mohawk River. What it has in abundance is forest. The Charleston State Forest contains a large portion of what was called the Clarke Lands. James Clarke, the original grantee, had a three-life lease with the tenants on the land, but when that lease expired in the 1840s, his great-grandson raised the rent. This was during the height of the anti-rent wars and many of the tenants not only abandoned the land, but also burned down the houses and barns they had built rather than let Clarke’s great grandson benefit from them. The Town of Charleston lost over two thirds of its population in the next 60 years. The 4,600-acres of the Charleston State Forest include much of this land, which went back to nature. It also includes The Warrior Trail, a path running north to south near the Waite Drive area that was said to be a major route for Mohawk Indians to access the Mohawk River and the Sara
Chenango Canal

3455 Canal Rd.
Bouckville, NY 13310

Walk, mountain bike, geo-cache or picnic on the 7-mile Chenango Canal Towpath Trail from Hamilton to north of Bouckville. The Chenango Canal is a year-round designated trout fishing stream, artificial lures only, and a National Recreation Trail. Brown and Brook Trout are stocked by Madison Central School and Trout Unlimited with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. The Towpath Trail is maintained by volunteers with the Chenango Canal Association.

Our Chenango Canal Cottage Museum located on Route 20, Bouckville offers vintage photos of our historic past. The Chenango Canal Association maintains and improves 5 miles of the original Towpath Trail along the 181-year old historic canal. A Òtwo-mileÓ trail connects the Towpath to the village of Hamilton. Bring your smart phone for an audio tour.

Chenango Common Golf Course

1 Kattelville Road
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 648-2380

# Holes: 9 Yards:1,410 Par:  29 Cost: $24 & Under
Chenango County Council of the Arts

27 West Main Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Performances, art gallery exhibits and special events.
Chenango County Farmer's Market

East Side Park
Norwich, NY 13815

(607) 656-8463

June through October. Locally grown produce, plants, herbs and flowers; home baked goods, eggs, honey and more.
Chenango County Historical Society Museum

45 Rexford Street
Norwich, NY 13815


Several permanent and changing exhibits which include a one-room schoolhouse, boathouse and the Norwich Pharmacal Company exhibit
150 miles of State Corridor Trail that spans to the north and east parts of the county exclusively for snowmobiling
The region's only professional, non-profit theatre company operating under contract with Actor's Equity
Chenango Sno*Riders

P O Box 1244
Norwich, NY 13815


The club maintains 57 miles of funded trails and more unfunded trails for snowmobiling.
Chenango Valley State Park

153 State Park Road
Route 369
Chenango Forks, NY 13746

(607) 648-5251

# Holes: 18 Yards: 6,400 Par: 72 Cost: $25-$35
Chenango Valley State Park Trails

153 State Park Road
Route 369
Chenango Forks, NY 13746

12 miles outside of Binghamton via Interstate 88, Exit 3 to N.Y. 369 North.
Cherry Branch Gallery

25 Main Street
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

Come to the Cherry Branch Gallery to enjoy the work of established and emerging artists, whose work is represented here for the benefit of art enthusiasts, serious collectors, and creative gift buyers! The gallery, featuring an ever-changing collection of fine arts and crafts, is open from Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 5:00 p.m.

Cherry Valley Artworks

44 Main Street
PO Box 92
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

Cherry Valley Artworks presents a varied menu of art-related activities including The Cherry Valley Summer Sculpture Trail, August Concert Series featuring artists from the Glimmerglass Festival, and the Cherry Valley Kite Festival in a historic and charming village setting.

Cherry Valley Museum

49 Main Street
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

Exhibits at the 1815 Federal House range from 1778 Cherry Valley massacre to the late 20th century. Collections include 1830s memorabilia, antique fire engines and a diorama of the infamous Cherry Valley Massacre. Period clothing collections. Kitchen exhibit and other period rooms.

Cherry Valley State Forest

Kiniskern Road
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

(607) 547-4488

Cherry Valley State Forest offers 1,566 acres of recreational land in the towns of Cherry Valley and Roseboom.  

Recreational Activities at Cherry Valley State Forest

  • Hiking
Chittenango Falls State Park

5241 Gorge Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

A picturesque 167 foot waterfall is the main attraction of Chittenango Falls State Park. Glacial sculpting over 400 million year-old bedrock is responsible for this scenic feature. An interesting variety of both plants and wildlife may be found along the trails. Watch for the Chittenango ovate amber snail, an endangered species that is found nowhere else on earth.

Chittenango Farmers Market

Genesee St.
Chittenango, NY

Featuring live music, classic car show and food vendors. Tuesdays 4-8pm, mid-June through early October.

Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum

717 Lakeport Rd.
Chittenango, NY 13037

Historic boat building and repair site within the Old Erie Canal Historic Park and on the Erie Canalway Trail. The 6.5 acre site includes a rare 3 bay dry dock, canal side store, blacksmith shop, boat shop, sawmill, walk-on canal boat, nature walk to a full width aqueduct, mule stable, picnic tables, modern visitor center. Bike rentals available for use on the scenic 36 mile towpath Canalway Trail. Canal genealogy help available by appointment. Tours, school groups, programs and site rentals available.Ê

Chris Thater Memorial Races

Downtown Binghamton
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 778-2056

The Chris Thater Memorial is dedicated in memory of Chris Thater, an avid cyclist, who was killed by a drunk driver.  The race consists of the Pro, Elite and Novice cycling events, a national class 5K run and an outdoor music festival and expo.
Chuckster’s Family Fun Park

1915 Vestal Parkway West
Vestal, NY 13850

Home of “The World’s Longest Mini Golf Hole,” Chuckster’s has been a family fun destination for years. Try your luck on the course or explore one of many other unique attractions. Play Aeroball on trampolines, ascend up to 27 feet on the climbing wall or try some nifty tricks while springing 18 feet in the air on Jumpster. You’re sure to find safe and fun activities for the whole family. Inside Scoop” joins us on site. This is a new gourmet artisan gelato and ice cream production facility. We use local dairy and fruit products (when available) and produce the world’s best gelato, frozen yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream! Literally the world’s best!
Chugnut River Walk

Riverview Dr
McKinley Ave. NY Rte 26 Bridge
Endicott, NY 13760

This paved path starts under the McKinley Ave Bridge beside the Susquehanna River and follows the flood wall west for 0.7 miles before rising to the levee at Bridge Street. The West entrance is off of River Terrace Road and the East entrance is in the Village of Endicott Park accessed via Riverview Drive.

Preservation Association of the Southern Tier
89 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Our ethnic diversity is proudly displayed by the architecture and structures found on our city streets. We are also home to several gold domed and Ukranian wooden church. Tours can be arranged, for a fee, through the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier.
Cider House Antique Store

6769 Route 20
Bouckville, NY 13310

.A unique two-story, multi-dealer antique shop featuring fine antiques and collectables. Located in the heart of historic Bouckville, NY.

Premiere showfield located in the center of Bouckville during ÒMadison Bouckville Antique WeekÓ. Our field is well organized with free parking for public, clean bathrooms and showers, a campground and multiple food vendors to make sure shoppers and vendors have the best experience possible. WeÕre also the main field during the ÒJune ShowÓ- the first weekend in June- and are pleased to host LangÕs Auction the weekend before Antique Week, featuring fishing and sporting goods.

Cider Mill, The

2 S. Nanticoke Ave.
Endicott, NY 13760

The Cider Mill does much more than squeeze apples into delicious beverages. The mill also offers doughnuts, candy apples, pies, cookies, jams, jellies and cheese. Come for the cider and sundry, stay for a performance at the Cider Mill Playhouse, which features performances throughout the year. Recognized as one of the most successful nonprofit theaters in the state, the Playhouse has been around for nearly 40 years. The Cider Mill in Endicott, New York has been a landmark in its location since 1926 and became part of the Ciotoli family in 1942. One cold winter night in 1972, the Mill was lost to fire, but rebuilt that same year. The "new" Mill became more popular than ever with both longtime community patrons, and touring visitors. The wonderful aromas and tastes of Fall in upstate New York continue to attract thousands each year to the natural goodness of pure cider and all the old-fashioned goods that complement its flavor. 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday - Saturday
Cider Mill Playhouse

2 South Nanticoke Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

Professional Theatre ~ five main stage shows and three "alternate" shows per season (September - June).
City of Binghamton Gallery

38 Hawley Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Clancy Farms

265 Heiser Road
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Vegetables; tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, potatoes, shallots, garlic, summer & winter squash, cucumbers, and herbs. Open June-December, Monday & Tuesday 1-5pm, other days by appointment.
Clark Sports Center

124 County Highway 52
PO Box 850
Cooperstown, NY 13326

The Clark Sports Center facility encompasses 64,000 square feet with 17 acres of playing fields. Inside of the Sports Center you will find a multi-use gym floor, indoor running track, racquetball courts, squash courts, bowling center, swimming and diving pools, Fitness Center with weight-lifting and cardio equipment, aerobics studio, indoor high rock climbing wall, indoor bouldering climbing wall, indoor high ropes course, and a multi-purpose conference room. Outside, surrounded by Cooperstown's beautiful rolling hills, they offer an outdoor high ropes course and zip-line, soccer fields, softball fields, four court tennis center, and other multi-purpose fields. Free WiFi in the Main Lobby and downstairs Pit Area. Open to the public.

Clinton Cider Mill

28 Elm Street
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-5756

Step back in time and enjoy the cider making process just the way it was 100+ years ago. Enjoy the smells and sounds of our 1903 cider press.  Purchase other homemade products such as our 24 varieties of pies- our world famous cider donuts, jams, jellies, honey, cheeses, and fresh fruit.

Photo credit: Craig Brockett  http://www.panoramio.com/photo/42465152

Clinton Farmers' Market

Rt. 12B, On the Village Green
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-1735



Cobleskill Golf & Country Club, Inc.

2322 State Route 7
PO Box 367
Cobleskill, NY 12043

Golf and swimming; clubhouse available for lunch, dinner and outings.
Coles Turnpike Tree Farm

3143 NYS Route 206
Whitney Point, NY 13862

(607) 692-4630

Maple products available all year. Christmas trees available for purchase.

Colgate Bookstore, CNYÕs largest independent bookstore, is a Òcampus and community connectionÓ that offers a great selection of books, including bestselling titles, and author and childrenÕs events. Also, a variety of cards, gifts, home dŽcor, cosmetics and so much more!

Colgate University

13 Oak Dr.
Hamilton, NY 13346

Colgate is a nationally recognized liberal arts college set on a beautiful campus in central New York. Some 2,750 undergraduates are enrolled in 51 programs, taking advantage of the university's award-winning curriculum, off-campus study program, and numerous research opportunities. Students enjoy small class sizes taught by expert faculty members -- not teaching assistants.

With 25 varsity sports, Colgate University is a charter member of the Patriot League, which leads the NCAA in graduation rates among Division I student athletes. The Raiders regularly compete for and win conference championships on the most beautiful campus in the U. S. This fall, Colgate will open the Class of 1965 Arena, the new home of Colgate menÕs and womenÕs hockey!

Colliersville Cootage Antiques strives to keep an inventory of interest to everyone who comes into the shop. Items that can be found here include furniture, lighting, wall art and mirrors, glassware and dishes, pottery, toys and books, rugs, magazines and paper (ephemera), jewelry (both costume and fine), and sports memorabilia, including hard-to-find baseball cards from the early 1900s-1960s.

The shop is open 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday through Sunday throughout the year, and by appointment Monday through Wednesday.

Colonia Theatre

South Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815


Movie theatre showing the latest in big screen entertainment

The Community Arts Network of Oneonta (CANO) provides opportunities for local artists to showcase their work.

Since 1970, the Arts Council has served communities in the greater Oneonta region by creating a cultural, educational, social, and economic environment in which the arts can flourish. We provide or facilitate artistic presentations to thousands of people in the region. This includes concerts, exhibitions, classes and more.

Programs managed by the Arts Council include:

  • Exhibitions at the Kubiak, Hathaway and Fine Craft Galleries in Wilber Mansion, featuring work by the region's best contemporary and emerging artists.
  • After school arts programming in ten ONC BOCES school districts. The Art School in the carriage house behind Wilber Mansion provides a full curriculum of art instruction for all age groups.
  • Chili Bowl, a culinary challenge for amateur and professional chefs, and a creative showcase for area potters.
  • Hometown 4t
Conbeer’s Farm

1807 Hickory Hill Road
Fonda, NY 12068

No chemicals are used on this farm. Strawberries, blueberries, pick-your-own raspberries. Summer vegetables, sweet corn, garlic. Also selling canned goods, baked goods, honey, maple syrup and eggs. Fall activities include corn mazes, petting zoos, pumpkin patch, hay, family and school tours. Open June-November from 9am-6pm.
Connelly Gallery

205 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-9593

The Connelly Gallery is located within Binghamton’s historic State Street district in the A. L. Willey Building, constructed in 1913 on the former site of the Chenango Canal. When the Willey Building was originally built it was part of the cigar manufacturing district in Binghamton. The Connellys historically rehabilitated the building in 1990 and presently house their art gallery and antiques store on the first floor with artist studios on the second floor. Currently the third and forth floors are being converted into four more artist studios as an important part of the exciting new Greater Binghamton Arts Renaissance. The Connelly Gallery is an integral component of Bob & Sallie Connelly’s Antique business, which they founded in 1966. The Connelly Gallery is unique amongst the area’s art galleries in that they feature both 19th and 20th as well as 21st Century art for sale. They also offer a full range of services for the art connoisseur from certified professio
Cook's Maple

247 County Road 20
Sherburne, NY 13460

Cook's Pond

Greene, NY

Canoes. 18-acre pond located 3 miles east of Greene, south of Rte. 206. Fish: Largemouth bass, chain pickerel & panfish.
The Cooperative Gallery 213 has been a pioneering presence on State Street, now the hub of the arts renaissance in Binghamton. Cooperative Gallery 213 is a popular stop on the highly successful First Friday Art Walks which occur monthly from 3 to 9 pm. The gallery is open every Friday 3-6 pm, every Saturday noon-4 pm and by appointment with the featured artist or any member.
Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad

136 East Main Street
St Rte 166
Milford, NY 13807

Ride into history and beautiful scenery. Built in 1869, visitors can experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country - rail travel. Special train rides throughout the year, including the Easter Bunny Express, Dinner Trains, Blues Express, Train Robberies, Halloween Special, Christmas Trains. Group train rides available.

This baseball resort features quality tournaments for players 12 and under. The All-Star Village includes lighted junior size ball fields, batting cages with electronic pitching, an arcade and much more to accommodate 250 teams per season. Offers luxurious onsite accommodation for the whole family, plus a fitness center, spa, swimming pools, a general store, and a variety of activities.

The Cooperstown Art Association is a thriving non-profit art gallery that offers a breathtaking atmosphere for exhibitions, classes and special events. Formed in 1928 by a group of six professional artists, the CAA's primary role is and has always been to serve and maintain interest in the applied and fine arts as well as provide the means to increase the community's awareness and participation. Though many aspects of the organization have changed over the decades, our purpose and dedication to it has not. "Our chief objective has always been to encourage." Cooper said in 1978 as he recounted the CAA's first 50 years, "Our thesis was that the world would be a better place if everybody indulged in some form of creative work...primarily for what it did to them," and because of this, "wherever we found a spark we fanned it into a flame." Now more than ever we wish to nurture the development of both artists and audience in all media and to educate and encourage the youth in the surround

Cooperstown Baseball Camp features two of the finest fields in the Cooperstown area! With both Major League and Little League fields, enrollment in this baseball camp is limited to 60 players, ages 8-17, allowing for personalized instruction and evaluation. Tuition includes baseball instruction, personalized evaluation, meals, admissions on outings, and a camp hat and shirt. Two-week campers will attend the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (weather permitting).

Cooperstown Bat Company

118 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

The Cooperstown Bat Company specializes in game bats for play, custom personalized engravings, and autographed bats since 1981. Our pro model bats are available for players of all levels from the beginner through to the Major Leagues. Cooperstown bat is being used in several MLB organizations, American Legion, Babe Ruth, travel team, and high school players. We create custom engravings for all occasions including players coming to the Cooperstown Tournaments! Cooperstown Bat's roots are in autographed bats. We continue to work with Hall of Fame players and others to offer high end collectible autographed bats. You can see our bats being turned at our factory location during your visit to Cooperstown! Cooperstown Bat is open year round! Visit our website, cooperstownbat.com, for store and factory hours.

Cooperstown Beverage Trail

288 Goose St
Fly Creek, NY 13337

New York's first official cuisine trail invites you to explore Cooperstown and Otsego County's rich history in the art of beverage making while tasting the area's numerous beers, wines, spirits and ciders. Don't miss any of the trail's breweries and wineries, including members and recommended destinations Brewery Ommegang, Fly Creek Cider Mill, Butternuts Beer & Ale, Bear Pond Winery, Cooperstown Brewing Company, Rustic Ridge Winery, Council Rock Brewery, Cooperstown Distillery, and Pail Shop Vineyards.

Cooperstown Brewing Company

110 River Street
Milford, NY 13807

A true small-batch, English-style brewery located in Milford, here visitors will find premium ales, porters and stouts brewed in 20-barrel batches. Tours are available Monday - Saturday, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm, and Sunday 12:00 - 6:00 pm. Stop in to sample baseball-inspired brews like Old Slugger Pale Ale, Nine Man Ale, Benchwarmer Porter, and more.

Cooperstown Candlelight Ghost Tours

176 Greenough Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-8070

Cooperstown Candlelight Ghost Tours gives you the chance to hear about the village's eerie history. Hear about our haunted houses. Learn more about our ghostly sightings. Each walking tour lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Reservations required.

Cooperstown Concert Series, now in its 44th season, brings the best in music and performing arts to the Village of Cooperstown and its surroundings. This series presents a diverse schedule, ranging from folk and Cajun, to classical and modern musical performances.

Tickets for any of the events in this series can be purchased at Ellsworth & Sill (79 Main Street, Cooperstown), Fly Creek General Store (6212 State Highway 28, Fly Creek), and Church & Scott Pharmacy (5396 State Highway 28, Cooperstown). Tickets cost $20 for adults, $15 for college students/senior citizens, $8 for students 13-18 years old, and free for children under 12.

Cooperstown Distillery

11 Railroad Avenue
73 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Cooperstown's first and only microdistillery offers award-winning hand-crafted spirits, utilizing a majority of New York State agricultural products in its commitment as a farm distillery. With two locations right in the heart of Cooperstown, the distillery showcases the "field to flask" experience, offering distiller-led tours of their production facility, and tastings of their full line up of spirits at their 11 Railroad Ave. location. 

Second Location

Downtown, on the corner of Main and Pioneer, visitors can sample a variety of local beverages at the Distillery's tasting bar, lounge, and retail shop which features an eclectic mix of bitters, cocktail accessories, and gift items.

Cooperstown Dreams Park

4550 State Highway 28
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Cooperstown Dreams Park is a baseball tournament facility open to players 12 & under. Weekly tournaments involve 96 teams playing on beautiful fields in Cooperstown.

Players spend a week at Cooperstown Dreams Park learning, practicing, and playing baseball together and against other teams. It is the opportunity of a lifetime, and a must-experience for any child who loves baseball!

Families in Cooperstown

Families will have a blast in Cooperstown, with fun activities & events for everyone!

2016 Season Schedule

  • Week 1: June 4  - 10
  • Week 2: June 1
Cooperstown Equestrian Park

3444 County Highway 11
Hartwick, NY 13348

Located on 20 picturesque acres just 10 minutes from Cooperstown, this equestrian park offers introductory through intermediate riding lessons. Opportunities include lesson programs, weekly lessons, camps and educational events. Lesson packages are available for ages 6 to adult. Lessons are based on the fundamental principles of riding and are designed according to the individual rider's ability and goals. Camp is designed to be a fun learning experience for first-time through intermediate riders, ages 6 through high school. Students learn horsemanship skills and theory through daily rides and un-mounted instructions.

Come visit the farmers market and experience the agricultural bounty of the region. 30 vendors all from within a 50 mile radius come with a wide range of products including fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, honey, maple syrup, jams, bread, baked goods, wines and spirits. Also available is artisan craftwork, fibers including wool and alpaca, yarn, fleece, hides, pottery, beeswax candles, art and doll clothes. The market is proudly sponsored by Otsego 2000, since 1991, and serves approximately 40,000 visitors each year.
For toe-tapping entertainment, don't miss the Cooperstown Farmer's Market live musical performances by local artists at the Saturday markets. There are 30 performances a year.

Seasonal Hours

Don't let the cold keep you away, the Cooperstown Farmer's Market is a heated, year-round, indoor market!

  • Open Saturdays, thirty vendors, year round, January-April 18 10:00-2:00, May-September 9:00-2:00, September-De

Offers recreation for families as well as groups! Outside, they have a twisting 17-car Go-Kart track, bumper boats, 9-stall batting cage, and a challenging scenic miniature golf course. Inside, there is a vast arcade and a delicious pizza and ice cream parlor.

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival began with three events in 1999, and since then has offered the region more than 100 performances, from classical to contemporary, jazz to bluegrass, cabaret and children's concerts. Past festivals have featured: Midori, Hank Jones, the American String Quartet, the Tokyo String Quartet, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Tim Fain, Bill Charlap, Hilary Kole, Simone Dinnerstein, and Mark O'Connor.

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, under the artistic direction of flutist Linda Chesis, brings top classical and jazz artists to perform in and around Cooperstown. Concerts are held at the Otesaga Resort Hotel, Christ Episcopal Church, and Hyde Hall at the Glimmerglass State Park.

"First-rate performing artists and rewarding, listener-friendly programming help catapult CSMF to the 'major leagues' of summer music festivals."
-critic David Abrams

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival has "a track record of

The Cooperstown Theatre Festival was started in February 1984 by Austin Sears and Margarita Malinova Sears.  It is located approximately 8 miles from downtown Cooperstown, is open during the summer months and hosts several productions.

Cooperstown Village Trolley

Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Catch the Cooperstown Trolley to The Baseball Hall of Fame, The Farmers' Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, Doubleday Field, the Otesaga Hotel, Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Cooperstown! There are 3 trolley lots as you approach Cooperstown from different directions. Park and ride the trolley all day!


Lake Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

CooperstownWalks! leads daily guided tours throughout the famous community highlighting its many charms, people and folklore. Each tour will lead you on a fun and fact-filled 2-mile leisurely stroll down the footpaths of history.

Copper City Brewing Company

1111 Oneida St
Rome, NY 13440

Copper City Brewing Company is a farm brewery & tasting room located in Rome, NY. Danny Frieden & Eric Daniels- Owners / Brewers Hours: Monday- CLOSED Tues-Thurs: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm Fri: 11:00 am- 11:00 pm Sun: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cornell Cooperative Extension

840 Upper Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905-1500

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County offers information about programs such as home gardening, 4-H, nutrition, farming, and more. We invite you to visit our website and learn about all the programs Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County is a subordinate governmental agency with an educational mission that operates under a form of organization and administration approved by Cornell University as agent for the State of New York. It is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The association is part of the national cooperative extension system, an educational partnership between County, State, and Federal governments. As New York’s land grant university Cornell administers the system in this state.Each Cornell Cooperative Extension association is an independent employer that is governed by an elected Board of Directors with general oversight from Cornell. All associations work to meet the need
Council Rock Brewery

4861 State Highway 28
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Council Rock in Cooperstown offers handcrafted brews and hearty, American-style food in an intimate setting. The brewery features a variety of house brews on tap, including their Goldenrod Ale, Full Nelson, Sleeping Lion Red Ale, Leatherstocking Brown Ale and more, pairing nicely with a menu highlighted by their weekly Friday fish fry. Open Sunday through Thursday 11 am to 9 pm, and Friday and Saturday 11 am to 10 pm.

Country Valley Veterinary Clinic

5877 State Highway 30
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Full service Veterinary Hospital. Open Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri – 8am – 5pm. Thurs. 8am – 8pm.
Country Wagon Produce

2859 NYS Route 26
Maine, NY 13802

Open April through December 24 8:00 am - 7:00 pm Monday - Saturday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday Open all holidays except Easter and Thanksgiving. Farm market featuring fresh fruits and vegetables as they come in season. Many vegetables grown here at our own farm. Some u-pick vegetables, call for availability and season. In store bakery: pies, cookies, turnovers, cinnamon buns, bread, muffins. Spring annuals, perennials, vegetable plants, herbs and fall hardy mums available in season. Country Wagon Produce was established in 1986, offering the highest quality farm and greenhouse products. We have continued to expand our farm market with a bakery, specialty foods, and perennial gardens to enjoy. Besides farm fresh produce, we offer specialty foods, gifts, jams, jellies, cheese, spices, soup mixes and much, much more.
Creative Connections Art Center

303 East Main Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Classes in the arts for all ages! Community activities like a shared garden, mural painting and more! Vision: To inspire creative connections and spark community arts expression in a collaborative environment for the enrichment and unification of the community at large. Mission: To celebrate the diverse creativity of individuals and groups; stretch and stimulate imaginations for greater self-discovery; foster participation, appreciation and enjoyment of the arts; encourage sponsorship, interaction and community outreach; act as ambassadors of arts education, learning, sharing and dreaming; embrace cultural awareness about the arts and offer extraordinary collaborative arts experiences (visual arts, theatre, music, dance, writing, crafting and more) that the community will treasure; create a captivating, positive, inclusive atmosphere that brings people together through idea-exchange, creative enrichment, celebration, open communication and meaningful dialogue.
Creek’s Edge Elk Farm

894 State Hwy 80
Fort Plain, NY 13339

(518) 993-4014 (518) 568-5476

Creek’s Edge Elk Farm raises and sells elk, a delicious, naturally low-fat meat. Individual cuts by the pound at our on-farm store, plus a selection of our meat at the Mohawk Harvest Co-op store in Gloversville. Elk Meat, Antlers. Open year round. Tours by appointment.
Critz Farms

3232 Rippleton Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Welcome to our award winning agritourism destination, a diversified 350 acre farm featuring seasonal activities and events from March-December. Engaging festivals include the Maple Syrup Celebration, Apple Blossom Festival, The Blueberry Jam, Fall Harvest Celebration and Holiday Traditions. We grow apples, pumpkins, blueberries, strawberries, and Christmas trees for U-pick and farm stand sales. Visitors can enjoy playgrounds, animals, a farm brewery and cidery, a seasonal gift shop and cafŽ. Farm hours vary with season.

(607) 348-7265

Crum Creek CSA

192 Crum Creek Road
St Johnsville , NY 13452

Crystal Grove Diamond Mine and Campground

161 County Highway 114
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Spacious, wooded campground with modern conveniences right next to “Herkimer Diamond” (quartz) mines for tents, RV or cabin renters. Spend the day collecting beautiful “Herkimer Diamonds” Three collecting areas open to day trippers. Open 7 days a week, mid-April thru Columbus Day. DAILY MINING RATES FOR 2015: Adults: $12.00 Children (5 through 13 years old): $10.00 Children (4 years or less): free
Cullen Pumpkin Farm

587 Cullen Road
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

Fifteen acres of land on this farm are devoted to pumpkin production - from large carvers to small pie pumpkins, as well as a large variety of odd/specialty sizes for decorations. This is a visitor-ready farm, offering pick-your-own pumpkins from the field or from their pre-picked selection. In addition, there are plenty of kid-friendly activities, making this farm a fun place to visit for the entire family, including a corn maze, wagon rides, barrel train ride, and photo area. Open from early September through Halloween.

Cutler Botanical Garden

840 Upper Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

Cutler Botanic Garden is a botanical garden located at 840 Front Street, Binghamton, New York. It is open daily in summers, without charge. Dawn to dusk; 7 days a week The Cutler Botanic Garden is a center for teaching horticulture and environmental issues. It is one of approximately 360 gardens in the United States designated as a display garden of All-American Selections.
Damaschke Field

15 James Georgeson Avenue
Oneonta, NY 13820

Damaschke Field is a cozy little baseball park, just half an hour away from Cooperstown. Great family outing after spending a day at the museums.

Damin Farm

8075 St. Hwy 5
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

A second-generation working dairy farm growing vegetables, sweet corn and pumpkins. We have cider jellies, honey, maple syrup and Indian corn. Tours are available. Open March 1- October 31.
David Sayre Store & House Museum

7 North Main St
St Hwy 28
Milford, NY 13807

(607) 286-7038

Explore the 19th century at the David Sayre Store and House Museum. The museum brings history to life with a guided tour of an elaborate collection of local period artifacts. For a unique experience, visit the museum and general store on Wednesday evenings to see the Sayre homestead by candlelight.

DeRuyter Reservoir

Rt. 57
DeRuyter, NY 13052

568 acres and maximum depth of 50 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, walleye, black crappie, small mouth bass, yellow perch, white sucker, chain pickerel, rock bass and sunfish.

Decatur State Forest

Skinner Hill Rd
Worcester, NY 12197

(607) 547-4488

Decatur State Forest offers 582 acres for recreational use and is located in the towns of Decatur and Worcester.

The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society Sanctuary overlooking Oneonta, NY, is a 100 acre property providing marked hiking trails through a variety of habitats, such as open fields, second growth forest, old pastures, and mowed fields. A large wetland is accessible by trails and a short boardwalk.

Located at 52 Grange Hall Rd. Spur, Oneonta, NY, the Sanctuary is home to a large diversity of wildlife, including many bird species, mammals, amphibians and reptiles, plus a variety of native plants.

The Sanctuary is also the site of the Franklin Mt. Hawkwatch, one of New York State's premier fall hawk watches. It is particularly noted for late season flights of Red-tailed Hawks and Golden Eagles. Franklin Mt. provides a panoramic view of the Susquehanna River valley and surrounding hills of Otsego and Delaware Counties.

Other activities at the Sanctuary include an annual open house, a summer day camp for children and a raptor banding station. The DOAS Sanctuary is open to

Deowongo Island

Canadarago Lake
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

Deowongo Island is the only island in Canadarago Lake, located in north central Otsego County. Well known by locals and visitors, Deowongo Island is an iconic treasure in the region that has a unique cultural and ecological history. Native Americans, traders, fishermen, botanists and tourists frequented the Island and Canadarago Lake that were along a popular travel route from the Mohawk Valley. Starting in June 2013, the public will be welcome to visit the island to engage in nature observation and low-impact recreational activities such as walking, hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing in our Conservation Areas.

The Montgomery County Department of History and Archives protects a vast collection of historical and genealogical resources and original county records. Research fees for requests by mail only. Sept-June open Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm. July & August, Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm. Closed legal holidays
Live performing arts, arts and education programs and children's playhouse.
Destination Oneonta

2 Dietz Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Destination Oneonta is a non-profit organization supported by local business owners who volunteer their time and resources to promote events in downtown Oneonta. All  business owners are welcome and invited to participate in monthly meetings. Get involved and help Oneonta continue to offer events, parades, fairs, and entertainment to the local community.

Herkimer Diamonds have been long known to minerals collectors in New York State and world wide. The region’s layers of dolostone contain pockets which yield thousands of these beautiful crystals every year. Diamond Acres is a tract of forested land that yields large and small crystals from the rock and soil. Open May 1st-end of October. Group appointments available. $2 per day
Dick's Sporting Goods Open

En-Joie Golf Club
722 West Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 205-1500

As the largest professional sporting event in Central New York, the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open provides a premier sporting experience.  With a field filled with The Champion’s Tour’s finest and a memorable Friday night concert each year, The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open offers a unique time for all to enjoy.
Dimmock Hill Golf Course

638 Dimmock Hill Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 729-5511

# Holes: 18 Yards: 5,780 Par: 68 Cost: $24 & Under
Dinner Theater at The Beeches

Rt. 26, Turin Rd
Rome, NY 13440

The Beeches Dinner Theater will open the Christmas season Monday, Nov. 10, 2014  with the Chatham Theatre Company production of “Sing We Now of Christmas.”  

At present, 15 additional performances of “Sing We Now of Christmas” are scheduled for Nov. 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and Dec. 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11.  

Additional dates will be announced on The Beeches and Chatham Theatre Company websites, www.beeches.com and www.chathamtheatre.com.

The two-act musical, written and directed by Janet Foote with musical direction by Mark Bunce, features New York City singers soprano Shelley Farmer and mezzo Megan Tischhauser along with local baritone Rob Tracy.

Preceded by The Beeches all-you-can eat buffet a

Discovery Center of the Southern Tier

60 Morgan Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier takes a different approach to learning and fun that fosters play, sparks creative thinking and builds self-esteem. Take some time to enjoy 30 “play and learn” exhibits that children can dig, drive, fly, shop, hop, perform and paint their way through. The 30-year-old center covers 22,500 square feet and features an outdoor “Story Garden,” which includes interactive visuals from favorite children’s books designed to spark imagination.

Dizzy LizzieÕs Farm is a NOFA-NY Certified Organic family farm offering fresh produce, cut flowers, garlic, maple syrup, eggs, poultry (eggs and meat), berries and value added products. We have a variety of different CSA and Club options that we provide with the intention of trying to meet everyoneÕs needs. Check our website for all updates, hours and events we offer at the farm.

Dobler's Brewery and Tavern

1917 State Highway 205
Mount Vision, NY 13810

Located outside of Oneonta and Cooperstown,  produces and serves craft brewed ales & lagers as well as a wide range of freshly prepared meals.

Dodge Pratt Northam Art Center

106 Schuyler Street
Boonville, NY 13309

Dorchester Park

5469 NY Route 26
1 mile north of Whitney Point
Triangle, NY 13862

Beach Boating - Rental Canoeing - Rental Cross Country Fishing Horseshoes Ice Fishing Lake/Pond Picnic Sailing - Rental Snow Shoes Swimming Volleyball
Doty's Golf Course

1804 Barringer Road
Ilion, NY 13357


Public course featuring, 9 holes, club rental, pro shop, cart rental and pull-cart rental.
Doubleday Batting Range

125 Main Street
Doubleday Field
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Located in the heart of Cooperstown, next to historic Doubleday Field, Doubleday Batting Range is the first batting range equipped with TRU-PITCH batting machines - used by many Major League Teams. Also features a full service snack bar, including beer and wine, as well as cold drinks and ice creams. Gift shop.

Doubleday Field

1 Doubleday Court
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Baseball, Concerts and Events at Doubleday Field

As most know, the heart and soul of Cooperstown can be described in one word: baseball. Fitting then, that at the center of our small village is the place widely recognized as the birthplace of America's pastime, Abner Doubleday Field.

Just two blocks from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Doubleday is a fixture in the village of Cooperstown. Open from mid-April through Columbus Day in October (weather and conditions permitting), thousands of visitors come to Doubleday's nearly 10,000-seat stadium each year.

Home to momentous baseball events and special concerts, Doubleday has welcomed some of the baseball world's greatest players as well as musical acts including the likes of Paul Simon, Sugarland, and Furthur. Top annual events include:

  • Downtown Binghamton

    Binghamton, NY 13901

    In downtown Binghamton you will find Berger’s Ski & Snowboard Specialists, Boscov’s Department Store, The Goldsmith, a jewelry & gift store, La GiaBella, a dress shoppe, and River Read books. There are also several eateries, art galleries and other unique shops.
Downtown Endicott

Endicott, NY 13760

Dr. Best House & Medical Exhibit

1568 Clauverwie Rd
PO Box 17
Middleburgh, NY 12122

Elegant Reflection of a Vanished Age. The Best House evolved from the 1880's to the present as the family and medical practice grew. Come see how. Open on Thursdays from May to October; Saturdays July and August. Tours begin 10am and end at 2PM. Private and group tours available. Call or email to arrange.

(646) 580-6558

Duncraven Farms Dairy

1124 Stone Arabia Road
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Home delivery of milk, cream, eggs, butter and Palatine cheese products.
Dutch Hill Creamery

114 Knapp Hill Rd.
Chenango Forks, NY 13746

Broome County's only on-farm creamery. Producing and bottling fresh local all natural milk and cheese curd from their own cows, Milk the way it used to taste, fresh, natural and oh so good! Products can be purchased at their on farm store! Store hours are Monday to Thursday 3 to 6, Friday 12 to 6 and Saturday 10 to 6. We are a small creamery in the southern tier of New York, just outside of Binghamton, NY. Dutch Hill Creamery produces, all natural, hormone free milk, yogurt and cheese curds, from our happy cows. All our products are made in a small, 45 gallon vat pasteurizer, which provides us the opportunity to make a quality product on a small scale. Our milk is a creamline milk that is non-homogenized, so you better shake your milk . On the farm we treat all our animals as if they are our kids. We take extra care to make sure they are healthy, happy and comfortable which then provides us with a better product to sell to the consumer. We would love to share our story with you, stop
Dwyers Farm

8635 Post Road
Holland Patent, NY 13354

(315) 896-6144

Fresh picked strawberries start mid-June. A variety of vegetables throughout summer, including our popular sweet corn. Fresh-cut flowers daily. You-Pick pumpkins begin mid-September. Grab a little red wagon and take a walk to the patch. Small petting zoo, too! Tours by appointment. Call for hours.

Dygert Farm

243 Dygert Road
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

The Dygert family farm was established in 1723 and is one of the few farms that has survived to become a Bicentennial farm. The dairy is located in Mohawk Valley and currently is milking 54 cows with over 300 acres. Please call if you would like to visit.
E.L. Downey Studio & Gallery

33 Court Street
2nd Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901

Earlville Opera House

18-22 East Main Street
Earlville, NY 13332

The Earlville Opera House Arts Center enriches the Central New York community through the visual and performing arts while preserving its historic building.

The Earlville Opera House Arts Center enriches the Central New York community through the visual and performing arts while preserving our beautiful historic theater. Founded in 1970 as a non-for-profit, volunteer-based, community service organization, we promote the arts in a rural region of Central New York by offering programs of cultural, educational, and historical significance; and preserving the architectual and historic integrity of the Earlville Opera House, a unique second-story theater constructed in 1892.

Earth's Harvest Farm

2835 State Highway 51
Morris, NY 13808

An old timber barn is home to organic farm store featuring veggies, herbs, flowers, as well as hand-thrown pottery. Plus, Earth's Harvest Farm makes its own porridge, which is ground on the farm in small batches. Available in three varieties.

Customer and dealer friendly field; wide and accessible lanes with a convenient layout of vendors, great range of antiques and collectibles. Food available including chicken and pork barbeques. Convenient and affordable parking. Located in center of your Madison-Bouckville Antique Week experience.

Eaton Brook Reservoir

Eaton Brook Rd
Eaton, NY 13334

247 acres and maximum depth of 52 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, small mouth bass, rainbow trout, chain pickerel, walleye, yellow perch, bluegill, rock bass, pumpkinseed, black crappie, brown bullhead and white sucker.

Edge Mini Golf, The

800 Hooper Road
Endwell, NY 13760

The Edge Mini Golf is an 18-hole miniature golf course located in Endwell, NY. Whether you just want to have fun with family and friends or practice your putting skills, our course will provide you with the enjoyment and challenges you are seeking.
Edge Sports Complex, The

2220 Vestal Road
Vestal, NY 13850

The Edge is a 50,000 square feet indoor sports facility located on Vestal Road. They have two indoor turf fields and six batting/pitching cages for baseball/softball. on facebook

Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library

Edward's Antiques & War Relics

2034 State Highway 205
Mount Vision, NY 13810

Edward's Antiques & War Relics is a shop that specializes in military antiques, as well as glass, pottery, china and jewelry.

Edward Wales Root Sculpture Court

310 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 797-0000

El Rancho Drive-In Theatre

6070 State Route 5
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

Movieline (518) 883-5735

Built in 1951 and running continuously since its opening in 1952, the El Rancho Drive-In still has its original 60’x90’ screen. The lot accommodates 400 cars. Before showtime, the smell of popcorn, burgers and fried food wafts from the traditional flat-roof concession stand, luring people from their frolicking to oldies music on the front lawn. The only thing different from the old days is that the sound for the movies can now be played through the automobile and portable FM radios, eliminating the need to hang clunky wired speakers from the car windows.
Ely Park Golf Course

67 Ridge Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 772-7231

# Holes: 18 Yards: 5,700 Par: 71 Cost: $25 & Under
Emerald Cinemas

136 Perth Plaza
Amsterdam, NY 12010

MOVIE HOTLINE (518) 842-1861 or OFFICES

Movie Theater: Modern sound systems, including four DTS 6 Channel Digitalound and two 3D screens. Plenty of parking.
Our roadside stand features a variety of homegrown fresh produce, garlic and maple syrup. Produce wagon and cutter sleigh rentals for store, hotel or restaurant displays. Open summer and fall.
En-Joie Golf Club

722 West Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 785-1661 or (888) – 4ENJOIE

# Holes: 18 Yards: 7,035 Par: 72 Cost: $51 & Above
Enchanted Forest Water Safari

3183 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

New York's largest water theme park with 50 rides, the original Storyland Village, circus shows, arcade amusements, go-carts, miniature golf, a year-round campground with private lake, and the Water's Edge lakeside hotel.
Enchanted Gardens – Canoe Rentals & more

2975 NY Route 7
Harpursville, NY 13787

(607) 693-2755

Seasonal (Call for current hours) Canoe and kayak rentals to let you explore the upper Susquehanna river.  Also a garden center and florist.
Open:Saturdays 10am-2pm Larger groups: By appointment Located between Monroe & North Streets. Across from M&T Bank Disability access: Yes Endicott, NY is the birthplace of International Business Machines (IBM), a company that has changed the world for over 100 years. It also became the home of Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. (EJ), the world’s largest shoe manufacturer by 1950. Since the early 1900’s these two companies have dominated the history of Endicott and also greatly impacted the history of all of Broome County. The Endicott History and Heritage Area, managed by the Old Village of Union Historical Society, houses two extensive museums covering the histories of EJ and IBM. The amazing stories of these two companies, told with displays of hundreds of artifacts, help define how such a small village in upstate central New York became the hometown for two international giants of industry. The IBM museum, originally created by IBM for its employees, is now available f
Endicott Performing Arts Center

102 Washington Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

EPAC is a performing arts venue, which owns and operates the historic Robert Eckert Theater.  EPAC presents high quality performing arts events and provides education in all aspects of the arts.
Endicott Visitor Center

300 Lincoln Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 757-5355

Seasonal (call for current hours) or (click on visitors center) The Endicott Visitor Center is located in Colonial Hall, a white pillared mansion that was once home to Harpur College.  The center features an extensive Endicott-Johnson display and an I.B.M. room.  Revolving exhibits include vintage wedding gowns, Union-Endicott sports and B.C. Open memorabilia.
A weekly farmers market is coming to Endicott. Fresh fruit and vegetables will be for sale on Thursdays at the Endicott Visitor Center on Lincoln Avenue starting this spring and running into October, according to a release sent by the village. Thursdays, 4:30-7pm

Endless Trails Farm Guest House is newly remodeled with six upstairs bedrooms, four with private baths and two bedrooms connected by a shared bath. Guests have use of the kitchen, living area and covered deck. Horse stalls are available for your use. Bring your horse and ride from our farm onto the Brookfield Trail System. Ride your bike, snowmobile or cross country ski from our home. Plan your hunting trip on 340 private acres adjacent to thousands of acres of state forest land. Come and relax and enjoy the scenery.

Erie Canal Cruises

800 Mohawk Street
Herkimer, NY 13350

You can&'t turn back time, but you can take a trip through history cruising the Erie Canal aboard one of the Lil' Diamond United States Coast Guard certified tour boats. ERIE CANAL CRUISES Inc offers 90 minute canal cruise in the beautiful Mohawk Valley in upstate New York. The cruises are fully narrated and both entertaining and educational.

Imagine yourself in the early 1800's traveling the Erie Canal, being raised and lowered in a lock and listening to tales being spun by your captain. This experience can be yours today aboard one of the Lil' Diamond vessels.. Come and hear the history of the canal, from its origin in Rome, NY to its current role today. Experience the thrill of being raised and lowered 20 feet inside a lock, it's the smoothest elevator you’ve ever ridden.

A typical cruise takes you past the second oldest surviving church in New York State and then into Lock 18. Lock 18 is a marvel at 100 years old and still operating flawlessly

Old Erie Canal Lock 33 is a double-chamber lock, with the south chamber double-length on the head (western) end. It had a lift of 6.031 feet to the west. It was built in 1838-1840, and the south chamber was lengthened in 1887-1888. When the Erie Barge Canal was constructed between 1905 and 1918, most of the older Erie Canal was either destroyed or abandoned. The 1960s brought a renewed interest in history, and legislation introduced in 1966 laid the groundwork for creating a state park along the old canal. Still, the enlarged double locks at St. Johnsville were used as an unofficial garbage dump as late as 1999. A volunteer team led by Terry Potoczny spent countless hours cleaning tons of junk, recording a partial inventory that included 125 tires, a snowmobile, a motorcycle, assorted bicycle parts, refrigerators, kitchen stoves and a television. Today, there is a historical marker, interpretative signs and picnic tables at Lock 33 along the paths and trails of the modern Erie Canal.
How can a boat climb a waterfall? Or a barge travel over rapids? They can’t. Canals are built to dodge these boating hazards using a series of locks and levels. Locks are elevators for boats, lifting and lowering them as they travel along the waterway. Levels are long stretches of flat water between the locks. The Erie Canal locks lift your vessel a total of 565 feet above sea level from the Hudson River to Lake Erie. Seven of the 57 locks on the Erie Canal are in Montgomery County, each with a park and picnic area. For more information about traveling by water, contact the New York State Canal Corporation toll-free at 1-800-4CANAL4. Use your own boat or rent a fully equipped canal boat, and chart your own course. Marinas provide a full range of services for transient boaters. You can tie up and explore canal towns built in the 19th-century and bicycle or walk to nearby attractions.; The Canalway Water Trail is geared toward small boaters along the 524-mile New York

Fine crafts, locally made and fair trade clothing, home goods and personal accessories. Stonewall Kitchen specialty foods. Thymes personal care products. Custom framing services.


375 Langley Road
Amsterdam, NY 12010

(518) 842-3556

Daylilies, perennial plants and native plants. Proprietor is a Cornell Master Forester owner and educates others. Open May-September. Please call ahead to visit.
Exeter State Forest

County Highway 23
Schuyler Lake, NY 13457

(607) 547-4488

Exeter State Forest offers 1,957 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the town of Exeter.

(607) 621-8610

FAAST - Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier

showings at various locations
Vestal, NY 13851

(607) 775-9001

Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier (FASST) has been promoting the arts throughout the Southern Tier of New York for over 100 years, founded in 1898 and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1982. Our mission is to foster an interest in and appreciation of the arts by the community at large, and encourage the growth and development of FASST members in their artistic pursuits. Members have the opportunity to showcase their work online through the FASST website gallery, and participate in classes/workshops, bus trips, monthly educational demonstrations, and other events offered to the membership. FASST meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. from September through June, except December, at Vestal Public Library, 320 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal, NY 13850. The public is welcome. People with an interest in the arts are encouraged to join us for the wonderful programs and the chance to mingle with local artists and art enthusiasts. Members attend meetings free of c
FREE Center

5520 Bellinger Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

The Fenner Renewable Energy Education Center (FREE Center) offers awe inspiring views of rural Madison County. Those interested in learning about renewable energy will find facts and details about not only wind energy, but also solar, hydro, biomass, geothermal and energy conservation. Set in the midst of the 20, 1.5 megawatt wind turbines, the site uses solar energy and is equipped with a composting restroom.

Fairy Springs Park

Lake Road
221 County Highway 31
Cooperstown, NY 13326

A rustic shaded swimming area on Otsego Lake with lifeguards on duty during the season. Picnic tables and a pavilion.

Farro’s Tree Farm

1302 East Maine Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

Pre-cut Douglas Firs, Frasers and Balsams. Fresh-cut: $25 and up. Wreaths and centerpieces also available.
Fenimore Art Museum

5798 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

One of the nation's premier art institutions, the Fenimore is home to an exceptionally rich collection of American folk art and American Indian art, as well as important holdings in American decorative arts, photography, and 20th century art. Formal gardens overlook Otsego Lake and visitors can get a glimpse of American Indian lives crica the 1750s at the Bark House on the shores of the lake.

2016 Exhibitions

Limited Engagements

Fillius Events Barn

1998 College Hill Rd
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 859-4515

Finch Hollow Nature Center

1394 Oakdale Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

Hours vary, trails open daily during daylight hours, building by appointment. Finch Hollow Nature Center includes a museum building featuring 25 display cases and approximately 1 mile of trail winds through field and wooded habitats, and alongside a scenic pond.


Spans NY State. Five trail sections (77.9) miles run through Chenango County. Activity such as bird watching, cross country skiing, hiking and snowshoeing are available.
The Finger Lakes Trail is a footpath for hikers which stretches 560 miles from the PA/NY border in Allegheny State Park to the Long Path in the Catskill Forest Preserve, crossing beautiful and remote areas of the Southern Tier of NYS. Information for obtaining detailed maps is on the website. The Finger Lakes Trail is connected to Madison County via the Link Trail.
Finndale Farms

9112 Jones Rd
Holland Patent, NY 13354

First Baptist Church

Polin Road
Charleston, NY 12166

The historic First Baptist Church in Charleston is believed to have been built in the 1820s and remodeled during the 1860s. It is a rural vernacular wood-frame church executed in the late Federal/early Greek Revival style. The 1.5-story, heavy timber-framed structure features a square, hip-roofed bell tower. Also on the property are a cemetery, dry-laid stone wall, and receiving vault. The majority of the burials date to the early 19th century, since the church had been organized about 1793. The Charleston Historical Society acquired the property in 1978. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

Worship Services on Sundays from 10:45 AM to about noon. Many activities in a comfortably small, village church. Very diverse congregation of teachers, health care providers, retired folks, and young people. Mission and service focus - locally and abroad.

As a Reconciling Congregation, First United Methodist Church of Oneonta, NY is a supportive and inclusive church. We believe that all people are created in the image of God and affirm each person's worth as a beloved child of God, worthy of God's love and grace. We celebrate the wonderful diversity inherent within our community of faith which is made up of people of different ages, abilities, ethnicity, background, nationality and sexual orientation. It is within this marvelous diversity that we experience the miracle of unity in Christ.

We affirm and call forth the diverse gifts of all God's people in ministry in the congregation, welcoming gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons even as we work for the day when the church and society will welcome all people in the same way Christ welcomes.

The Mohawk River throughout Montgomery County provides a diverse fishery with peaceful, lush surroundings. Because of the Erie Canal, parking and boat launching sites are unparalleled. There are countless spots to discover glorious fishing by boat, as well as a generous selection of public launch sites. Wheelchair accessible facilities are maintained at Lock 10 and at Nelliston. The stretch of the river from Lock 13 to Lock 16 has abundant carp, perch and bass. Schoharie Creek flows into the Mohawk just above lock 12, making exciting bass fishing throughout the season and walleye fishing in the early spring. Other tributaries and ponds In Montgomery County provide a rich variety of largemouth bass, perch and trout opportunities. Auries Creek, Tribes Hill, (42.933, -74.315) Bowmans Creek, Sprout Brook, (42.85, -74.677) Briggs Run, Randall, (42.92, -74.444) Brimstone Creek, Sharon Springs (42.847, -74.608) Bunn Creek, Amsterdam (42.94, -74.186) Buttermilk Falls, Carlisle (42
Five-Mile Point Speedway

100 Francis St.
Kirkwood, NY 13795

Five Points (County Forest #3)

Van Cleef Rd
Roseboom, NY 13450

(607) 547-4488

Five Points (County Forest #3) is 380 acres of land available for recreational use located in the towns of Westford and Roseboom.

(607) 821-8466

Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena

1 Stuart Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Home to the AHL Binghamton Senators and the annual Mirabito STOP DWI Holiday Classic basketball tournament.  The “Arena” also hosts concerts, family shows, the Kalurah Shrine Circus, ice shows, trade shows, and other sporting events.

(607) 759-3257

Fly Creek Cider Mill

288 Goose Street
Fly Creek, NY 13337

Witness cider-making at the historic Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard just three miles from Main Street Cooperstown. Discover the Mill Store Marketplace filled with Pride of New York products like extra-sharp cheddar cheese and creamy Mill-made fudge.  Savor the flavors of more than 40 specialty food, wine and hard cider tastings.  Relax on the Millpond boardwalk with lunch or a sweet treat from the Snack Barn & Bakery and a glass of apple wine.  Exploring young children will enjoy discovering Tractorland and the friendly ducks and geese.  Whether you spend a few hours or a day the Fly Creek Cider Mill provides history, tastes and traditions for generations of visitors.

Area sometimes referred to as the French Tract.
Fonda Fairgrounds

21 South Bridge Street
Fonda, NY 12068

Home of the Fonda Fair and Fonda Speedway. Horse shows, farm expos and other events held Spring, Summer, Fall. Events at this Location May 04, ’15 9:30am – Sep 05, ’15 8:00pm – Mohawk Valley Music Fest Ticket Sales Jul 09, ’15 6:30pm – Jul 23, ’15 8:30pm – Visual Arts Classes – Painted Floor Cloths Jul 13, ’15 6:30pm – Jul 27, ’15 8:30pm – Visual Arts Classes – Pastels Jul 18, ’15 10:00am – Jul 18, ’15 3:00pm – Visual Arts Classes – Embellished Soft Sculpture Aug 02, ’15 12:00pm – Aug 02, ’15 5:00pm – Kaleidoscope of the Arts Sep 01, ’15
Fonda Speedway

1204 Kings Road
Fonda, NY 12068

Saturday night stock car racing on a half-mile dirt track. Saturday nights – 6:45pm-10:30pm
Foot Golf

Traditions at the Glen
4101 Watson Boulevard
Johnson City, NY 13790

FootGolf combines the sports of soccer and golf. Similar to golf, players kick a soccer ball into a 21” diameter hole with the least amount of strokes possible. Traditions’ 18-Hole FootGolf course consists of Par 3, 4 and 5 stroke holes. You can play as a twosome, threesome or foursome and distances from tees to greens vary depending on skill levels.
Foothill Hops Farms and Brewery

5024 Bear Path Rd. (Route 46)
Munnsville, NY 13409

The first commercial hop yard in Madison County in over 50 years, Foothill Hops is preserving the past and shaping the future. Tour the hop yard and experience planting, harvest and processing. Visit the home brewshop for your home brewing and wine making needs. Purchase unique Òhops cuisineÓ including our hops mustard, beer glazed nuts and hop seasoning.

Nestled in the Catskill mountains, in the highly accessible university city of Oneonta, Foothills Performing Arts Center is a not-for-profit entertainment and civic center that serves the cultural, educational, and community needs of the Otsego, Delaware, and Chenango region.

Since its grand opening in 2005, FPAC has become an exciting modern venue for live entertainment from nationally known artists and bands, as well as local favorites. Drama, vocal, and musical instruction is available at Foothills, and it is home to resident acting company S.T.A.R.T. In addition, Foothills is the rehearsal home for local youth string orchestra, the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble.

With a variety of venues that welcomes groups from 20-775 people, Foothills has also become a leading destination for private, corporate, conference, and community events.

We hope you enjoy our new website, and if you have any questions about Foothills, please email us or call us at (607) 431-2080.

Ford Hill Country Club

4734 NY Route 26
Whitney Point, NY 13862

# Holes: 36 (four 9 hole courses) Yards: 5,499 (for 18) Par: 70 (for 18) Cost: $25 & under

Anderson Center for the Arts has one major exhibition space, the Foreman Gallery. It is a large, interesting and well maintained space. During the academic year it is devoted solely to the exhibition of student, faculty, and contemporary artwork. The Foreman Gallery is a valued exhibition and teaching space for the department as well as a focal point of the building.

Fort Hunter Free Library

167 Fort Hunter Road
Amsterdam, NY 12010

(518) 627-4142

“Get Creative @ Your Library” this summer. Join us at the Fort Hunter Free Library, where children can explore their creative side through writing, painting and music. Sponsored by the Montgomery County Youth Bureau and the Mohawk Valley Library System, this program is open to young people – preschool through young adult – with programs, crafts, prizes, story hours and entertainers. Stop in and pick up a flyer of summer events. All activities are free and open to the public. Library Hours Monday 3pm -8pm Tuesday 9:30am – 2:30pm Wednesday 3pm – 8pm Thursday 9:30am – 2:30pm Friday 9:30am – 2:30pm Sat. and Sun. – closed
Fort Klock Historic Restoration

7203 State Route 5
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

The 1750 fortified home of fur-trader Johannes Klock, located east of St. Johnsville, is a Colonial settlement of the French and Indian period. The Fort Klock Historic Restoration is a National Historic Landmark which includes a 1790s Dutch barn, blacksmith shop and an 1825 schoolhouse. Memorial Day thru mid-October, Tues-Sunday, 9am-5pm. Small admission fee. Fort Klock has a membership program for those who wish to share their time and gifts. Members receive the Fort Klock newsletter, calendar of events and the pride of knowing they are helping to preserve a Mohawk Valley Landmark. By preserving the past, we share it with the future. Events at this Location May 25, ’15 10:00am – May 25, ’15 4:00pm – Fort Klock Opening Day Jun 13, ’15 10:00am – Apr 14, ’15 4:00pm – Hammer In at Fort Klock Jul 04, ’15 12:00pm â
Dutch Plaza parking lot Thursday 1pm-5pm May – November
Fort Plain Free Library and Visitor Center

19 Willett Street
Fort Plain, NY 13339

(518) 993-4646

The Fort Plain Free Library seeks to provide educational and recreational materials and programs to all segments of the population. In addition to a collection totaling over 20,000 volumes, the library also circulates videos, DVDs, CDs, books on tape and CD, and magazines. Interlibrary loans makes available material in most of these formats not owned by the Fort Plain Library. Programming regularly includes a six-week Summer Reading Program for children, teens and adults; an adult literature reading/discussion series; and a monthly pre-school story hour. Free WiFi. Online databases and encyclopedias, word processing and similar programs are also available. Fax and photocopy services for a fee. Library Hours Monday 10am – 5pm Tuesday 10am – 5pm Wednesday 10am – 5pm Thursday 10am – 5pm Friday 10am – 5pm Saturday 9am – 12pm Sunday – Closed
Fort Plain Museum

389 Canal St. (Route 5S)
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Revolutionary War Fort Plain also known as Fort Rensselaer, was built in 1778 after the Cherry Valley Massacre and remained in service through 1800. The Museum and Historical Park is 5 acres that includes the stone farm house (museum)m site of the fort, and much more. Hours: May & June:  Wednesday thru Sunday, 10am-4pm. July & August:  7  days, 10am-4pm. September & October: Friday - Sunday, 10am-4pm.
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo

5135 Rome-New London Road
Rome, NY 13440

New in 2016-Let your wild side out at our new Wild Creatures Playland. Our playland features a giant ball crawl, the jumbo jumper pillow bounce, and a water balloon battle station! So what are you waiting for- it's time to get wild!

Add these to admission:

Jumbo Jumper Pillow Bounce:
$5.00 All Day Wristband

Water Balloon Battle:
1 Bucket of Balloons: $3.00
2 Buckets of Balloons: $5.00

Giant Ball Crawl:

Fort Rickey is a special kind of zoo with a focus on families and fun. We are a zoo that understands that children learn best and have more fun when they can touch things and hold things. We offer hands-on animal shows, a huge petting area, a Maternity Ward for cuddling baby goats, pony rides, a giant tube and tunnel play area with a huge ball crawl and spacious exhibits featuring a wide collection of wildlife form around the world.


Fort Stanwix National Monument

100 N. James Street
Rome, NY 13440

New winter hours beginning January 3, 2016 lasting until March 5, 2016, the park visitor center will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. It will be closed on Sundays and Mondays. The fort will also be accessible by guided tour at 10 a.m. and  2 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, weather permitting. During this time, park trails will still be accessible 7 days a week. Visitors are also welcome to enjoy the free park cell phone tour at any time while you walk the grounds by calling 315-271-2059.

Established in 1935 and opened in 1976, Fort Stanwix National Monument commemorates the original fort which protected the Oneida Carry as European nations fought for control of this portage, the homelands of the Six Nations Confederacy, and the rich resources of North America. A National Park Service site, Fort Stanwix National Monument offers a full-scale reconstruction of the original fort built in 1758 by the British during the French and Indian War.

Fortin Park

Youngs Road
Oneonta, NY 13820

The town's 95 acre park includes trails, water, wooded groves and fields. The town's largest park offers multiple uses that include picnics, hiking, cross-country skiing, fishing, softball, walking, soccer, and playground fun for the children.

Located just off from County Route 47 on Youngs Road in the town's east end, the park provides low impact recreation in a quiet setting for the whole family. It is bordered by the Susquehanna River and Charlotte Creeks, which offer tremendous fishing opportunities for the avid angler.

The park is popular as a location to watch the annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta on Memorial Day.


Three pavilions available to rent for graduations, birthdays or receptions;
Two playgrounds, including one just for tots;
Horshoe pits and a volleyball net;
Hiking and ski trails;
Handicap-accessible fishing pier;
Regulation softball diamond.

Festive music and comforting familiar Christmas carols are holiday traditions. This year the Museum of Art’s annual Victorian Yuletide exhibition, opening in the Fountain Elms period rooms November 27, celebrates 19th-century music and melodies.

"O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, Your branches green delight us."

While the melody for O Tannenbaum is based on traditional folk music, German Ernst Anschutz wrote the modern lyrics in 1824. The words acknowledge the evolution of the Christmas tree as the central holiday decoration. Set for a family gathering and music recital, the parlor period room will feature a floor-to-ceiling tree adorned with glistening strands of antique German glass beads, a nod to the origins of O Tannenbaum and to the many Christmas customs with German origins. No Christmas tree would be complete without presents scattered below. The Museum of Art’s delightful toy collectio

Year round family fun center. Skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, with a conveyor lift. Chair lift for skiing and snowboarding with extensive snow making. Summer activities include; Adventure Mini Golf, batting and soccer cages, and full length driving range. Parties, group outings and snack bar with ice cream available.

Free Bird Farm

497 McKinley Rd.
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

Pasture-raised poultry, organic vegetables, grass-fed beef and pork. May-October. Please call for specific hours.
The Madison County Freedom Trail marks county wide sites of the Underground Railroad that have been identified and researched by the Madison County Freedom Trail Commission. This Commission was created in 2001 by the County Board of Supervisors to assure that steps be taken to identify and preserve the historic resources of the County related to the Underground Railroad and the struggle to end slavery in the United States.
French Distillers & Alchemists

10 Walker Avenue
Lisle, NY 13797

The first (legal) distillery in Broome County since prohibition. We mash, distill, age and bottle at our still-house — farm to bottle small batch whisky. Hand crafted whisky using locally grown corn, wheat, barley, and rye. Just 150’ off NY 79 in Lisle, at the head of the of the Finger Lakes Winery, Brewery and Distillery Trail. We are now open daily: Mon - Sat 10 am to 5 pm, Sundays Noon to 5 pm. You can try our whisky and buy some to take home. Stop in for a visit.
Frothingham Free Library

28 West Main Street
Fonda, NY 12068

Books for children and adults, large print books, ebooks, audio books, DVDs, CDs, videos, interlibrary loans, internet access, fax, copier, mini art gallery with a new artist each month. Dozens of magazines for teens and adults. Books on tape, large print books, audio books videos, CDS, and cassettes. Internet, informational databases and other educational software. MVLS Reference, interlibrary loan, web-based catalog. Children’s summer reading program. FAX and copier service for a fee. Free WiFi. Every Wednesday at 1pm, story hour and crafts for children; First & third Tuesday of each month at 1pm, Book chats for adults. Library hours: Monday 11am – 7pm Tuesday 11am – 7pm Wednesday 11am – 7pm Closed Thursday and Sunday Friday 12 – 7pm Saturday 9am – 1pm
Fruit of the Fungi

5779 Lebanon Center Road
Earlville, NY 13332

Fruit of the Fungi is Madison CountyÕs only year round mushroom farm. We specialize in exotic gourmet mushrooms. Our ÔfruitÕ ends up in restaurants, markets, shops and homes all over Central NY. We are a unique business and love to talk mushrooms. Thanks for taking a look at our website!

Full Circle Farm

9005 Ellis Road
Holland Patent, NY 13354

(315) 865-5612

Award winning "Dairy of Distinction".  Tours by appointment.

Fulton Chain Craft Brewery

127 North Street
Old Forge, NY 13420

The Fulton Chain Craft Brewery is a New York State farm brewery founded in 2014 by Justin Staskiewicz and Richard Mathy. Their goal is to use locally sourced ingredients to give their customers a truly Adirondack beer experience. With up to 10 different beers on tap, there is a great chance you are going to fall in love with at least one of them. Stop by for a pint and enjoy the brewery's Adirondack tap room, Cheers!
GFWC Century Club

130 Guy Park Avenue
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The goal of the Century Club was and still is the mental, moral and social development of its members and the civic improvement of the community. We sponsor annual scholarships, support the arts and participate in community projects that promote friendship and understanding within the community. We are women from all walks of life, races and cultures, who come together to make our home, community and world a better place to live. Special events held. Club rentals available. Events at this Location May 29, ’15 9:00am – May 29, ’15 3:00pm – Annual Garage Sale May 30, ’15 9:00am – May 30, ’15 3:00pm – Annual Garage Sale May 30, ’15 1:00pm – May 30, ’15 4:00pm – Spring Fever BBQ Oct 24, ’15 11:00am – Oct 24, ’
Gaius Cook Memorial Park

189 Parks Road
Chenango Forks, NY 13746

Day use for fishing, boating, picnicking, play area for children, hiking, bird-watching
Gallagher's Farm

7723 State Route 20
Sangerfield, NY 13455

(315) 841-3370

Diversified dairy farm. Sweet corn, pumpkins, squash & Indian corn. Group tours by appointment. Call for hours.

Working pottery studio and Gallery of American arts and craft work.
Gallery 3040

3040 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

A small gallery and frame shop featuring local, regional, national and international artists of renown. On display are all mediums of paintings, mixed media and fine craft art. Gallery 3040 is a cornerstone of the First Friday Artwalks on Old Forge's Main Street.
Garland Gallery

116 Washington Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Gelston Castle Estate

980 Robinson Rd
Mohawk, NY 13407

Gems Along the Mohawk

800 Mohawk Street
Herkimer, NY 13350

A convenient stop for regional information and Erie Canal Cruising. View the history of the Historic Erie Canal and its impact on Central New York in our new 60 seat theatre. Book a 1 or 2 hr canal cruise. Shop at one of 60 shops and enjoy dinner at the waterfront restaurant.
Gene Gissin Photography

25 Williams St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Gene Gissin Photography & Custom Framing is located in the Leigh Valley Rail Road Station. We are a full service studio specializing in people, pet portraits, and wedding and event photography. Come see the historic depot & caboose. We welcome rail tours.

Medium-small mostly tree-lined stream. (excellent fly fishing) Fish: Bass and trout.
Various 18th Century activities
The popular geocaching phenomenon has a strong following in Montgomery County because of its wealth of state parks and forests, tourist sites and historic landmarks. Geocachers are treasure hunters who follow clues, hints and GPS coordinates left on a geocaching website to locate boxes of trinkets and goodies left behind by other game players. The rules say if you take something, you have to leave something for the next player. Always remember when searching for geocache do so at your own risk. Montgomery County is not responsible for any injuries or lost items of geocachers.
George's Farm Products

160 Kirkland Avenue
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-5547

Spring greenhouses for flowers, vegetables, wide selection of herbs, perennials and nursery items. Holiday season brings cut trees, handmade wreaths and roping.

George W. Johnson Park Carousel

201 Oak Hill Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 757-0856

Installed in 1934 and historically restored in 1994, this carousel has 36 horses, 3-abreast and 2 chariots in its original carousel pavilion. A glass enclosure was added in 1999. Situated in the heart of Endicott’s “Northside” and “Little Italy” neighborhoods, the George W. Johnson Park features swimming pools, bathhouse, picnic shelters, ball fields and playground. The pool is closed for renovations. The carousel was restored with mechanical upgrades and newly painted horses last season. Park open: 7:00 am – 8:30 pm. Carousel open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day 12:00 pm – 7:45 pm

The Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark (GSENHL),home of wealthy abolitionist Gerrit Smith, and a certified site on the county, state and national Underground Railroad trails. Exterior and interior interpretive exhibits on the grounds and in four buildings display information on myths of the UGRR, SmithÕs wealth, philanthropy to social reforms, and family, and the histories of people who escaped slavery. The Visitor Center has an introductory video and Mercantile with books, tees, stationary, etc. GSENHL is open May-September (Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm), for special events, and by appointment.Ê

Gilbert Fuel Sports Park

Bloom Street
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

Formerly the Gilbertsville Polo Fields, this park is home to the Leatherstocking R/C Buzzards, a 40-member group of radio controlled aircraft and model builders. With a 125-foot wide runway and 825-foot long carpet of grass, there are regular pilot training classes as well as special events.

Lake and 3 ponds in wooded terrain. 12+ miles of trails for hiking, skiing, snowmobiling & snowshoeing. Camping, playgrounds, frisbee-disc golf course, swimming, boating & fishing. The NYS Civilian Conservation Corps Museum is located within the Park.

Gilbert Lake State Park offers year-round recreational opportunities.  Please note an entrance fee may apply.

Recreational Activities at Gilbert Lake State Park

  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • Picnicking
  • Biking
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing

Fishing on Gilbert Lake

Known mostly for its trout, Gilbert Lake has provided some of the most impressive largemouth bass over the past several years.  It is stocked annually with approximately 700 rainbow trout (8-15" in length).  Ice fishing is prohibited, and has a daily limit of 3 trout.

Fish Species

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Golden Shiner
  • Creek Chub
  • White Sucker
  • Brown Bullhead
  • Pumpkinseed
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Yellow Perch

Hiking Access

From State Highway 205, turn at the flashing red light to th

Glen Glade Farms

161 Fancher Road
Fultonville, NY 12072

(518) 922-7006, (518) 922-9022

Specializing in hydroponic lettuce and greens. Year-round lettuce, seasonal vegetables crops and greens; choy, kale, mustard and chard. Several varieties or herbs; basil, mint and rosemary. Tours can be arranged by appointment. Open year-round.
Glen Historic District

NY 30A
NY 161 and Logtown Road, NY 12072

Glen Historic District is a national historic district that includes 52 contributing buildings and two contributing sites. The district encompasses the historic core of a rural crossroads hamlet. The majority of the structures are 1.5 or 2-story, timber framed buildings with gable roofs. At the crossroads are the most distinguished buildings: two large Federal style residences, a mid-19th century general store and a distinguished Second Empire style brick residence built in 1878. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
Friday night modified, sportsman and street stock racing. Friday Nights – 5pm gates open, 7pm hot laps; 7:30pm racing
Glenbrook Farm

142 Brooks Rd
Fultonville, NY 12072

Glenbrook Farm is a small nursery focussing on a wide selection rather than mass production of a deep inventory. More than 1,500 varieties of hostas; daylilies; irises; 50+ species and varieties of peony; 150+ different conifers and deciduous trees; 50+ varieties of rare and popular lilacs; flowering trees and shrubs; unusual perennials, clematis; ferns; alpines; wildflowers; ornamental grasses; bulbs. In a bucolic setting surrounded by green fields and pastures where Paso Fino and Amish horses cavort. Call for appointment
Glimmerglass Queen Tour Boat

10 Fair Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-9511

Enjoy Otsego Lake aboard the elegant Glimmerglass Queen. These narrated tours offer a relaxing glimpse of the history and beauty of James Fenimore Cooper's fabled Leatherstocking Tales.

Glimmerglass State Park overlooks beautiful Otsego Lake, nicknamed "Glimmerglass" by James Fenimore Cooper in his Leatherstocking Tales.  Open year-round, each season brings a multitude of outdoor recreational activities for visitors to the park.  During your visit, take time to tour Hyde Hall, a beautiful 50 room country house.  Please note an entrance fee may apply.

Rental facilities available includes picnic pavilion, two new conference rooms (up to 150 people). 

Recreational Activities at Glimmerglass State Park

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Picnicking
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing

Tubing, snowmobiling, ice skating, and ice fishing are also available in the winter.

Fishing on Otsego Lake

Otsego Lake is 7.8 miles long and offers 20.3 miles of shoreline

GnG Artisans, Inc.

6 Maple Avenue
Conklin, NY 13748


95 Albany St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Your guide to outdoor Cazenovia. This interactive website makes it easier to discover the abundance of outdoor and cultural opportunities to experience here. Select from among a variety of activities (including fishing, paddle, swim, snowshoe, ski, snowmobile, golf, triathlon, horseback, hike, run, and bicycle) and view a map and detailed description for each activity.

Gobblers Knob Family Fun Park

3793 State Rt 145
Cobleskill, NY 12043

18 hole lighted Miniature Golf, 9 hole Par 3 Golf Course, 12 station lighted Driving Range & Go-Kart Track. Snack Bar & ice cream parlor. Pavilion for parties and events. Coming soon,bounce house. 3793 State Route 145, Cobleskill 518-296-8008 www.gobblersknob.us
Founded in 1980 by the Golden family, Golden Artist Colors Inc. manufactures acrylic paints and mediums for professional artists. Open for tours. New last year the Sam & Adele Golden Art Gallery.
Golden Oak Golf Course

679 NY Route 79 South
Windsor, NY 13865

# Holes: 18 Yards: 6,000 Par: 70 Cost: $24 & Under - $25-$35

(607) 221-9190

Golf Club of Newport

760 Honey Hill Road
Newport, NY


Public course with 18 holes, Driving Range, pro shop, cart & pull-cart rental.
Good Time Bus Tours

6852 Indian Opening Rd.
Bouckville, NY 13310

We research places to go within a dayÕs trip that are fun, entertaining and educational and package it in a Òday-cationÓ. Overnight trips are offered too with knowledgeable and experienced drivers and tour operators. For more exciting information visit our website!

The Firehouse Stage is the first performance venue to open in this multi stage project named for the national landmark anchor property. Family shows, intimate performances, Chamber concerts, Jazz and Cabaret are featured and the venue is available for meetings and events.  Several small performance groups also use the space on a regular basis.
Goodyear Lake

State Highway 28
Oneonta, NY 13820

Located in the town of Milford, NY, the lake contains a variety of fish species to catch with yellow perch being the most abundant. Other commonly caught fish are walleye, smallmouth bass, bluegill, and pumpkinseeds. Popular icefishing lake for panfish & walleye.

Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary

State Highway 80
Springfield Center, NY 13468

(607) 547-4488

Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary, a wetland at the northwest end of Otsego Lake, is managed by the SUNY Oneonta Biological Field Station for research and education.  It provides protection to rare plants and animals and helps maintain water quality in Otsego Lake.

Recreational Activities at Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary

  • Hiking


From Cooperstown, drive 8 miles north on State Highway 80 to The Glimmerglass Festival.  Park in the Festival parking lot on the west side of the highway and cross the highway to the south entrance of the Festival grounds.  Please do not park along this driveway.  Access from the lake is also available, via a forty-foot dock.


A system of trails and boardwalks provides a moderate walk of over .25 miles in which to observe more than 200 species of large vascular plants, thousands of invertebrate organisms, as well as waterfowl, fur-bearing mammals, amphibi

Grant Maple

3784 Mohawk Street
New Hartford, NY 13413

(315) 737-5014

Maple products. Please call ahead.

Grassy Cow Dairy

9628 Prospect Road
Remsen, NY 13438

We opened our creamery on our dairy farm in Remsen in April 2015. We have an on-site farm store and we specialize in fresh cheese curd as well as aged cheese.

Great Camp Sagamore

Sagamore Road
Raquette Lake, NY 13436

Sagamore and Sail tour - departs Sagamore on the W.W.Durant- Visit Raquette Lake Navigation for more information.

The Great Swamp Conservancy (GSC) is the only nature center in Madison County that has approximately 7 miles of trails through valuable bird habitat and has been given the distinction of Important Bird Area (IBA) by the National Audubon Society. The GSC also is the hub for watchable wildlife in Madison County. These qualities afford many opportunities for children and adults in the field of environmental education and recreation.Ê

Greater Binghamton Sports Complex

1500 Airport Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

Largest indoor sports dome in the country. Host to multiple sports competitions and activities.
Greater Canastota Chamber of Commerce

PO Box 206
Canastota, NY 13032

This chamber serves the village of Canastota which sits on the historic Erie Canal. The downtown shopping district features restaurants, shops, the Canal Town Museum and the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

The GCACC is committed to the active development of commerce and investment in the greater Cazenovia area and to servicing the common needs of businesses operating in the area, with a particular emphasis on small businesses. Through a program of focused activities, the GCACC will provide an essential forum for Cazenovia area residents to interact with each other and the business community for their benefit and the benefit of the total Cazenovia area economy.

The ÒKalletÓ is a non-profit organization created in 1983, whose purpose is to maintain the former ÒKallet TheaterÓ building as a community center and provide programs of interest to the public. It is comprised of a Board of Directors that relies heavily on volunteer support. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for people in the CNY area.

A voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to create a strong area economy while improving the quality of life for the Greater Oneida area. The Chamber's objective is to encourage the growth and prosperity of Oneida and vicinity and to promote the economic, civic, and social welfare the citizenry.

Oneonta's history is the history of the railroad - home to the Huntingtons and the world's largest roundhouse. It's the beginnings of IBM and of aerial and landscape photography - birthplace of Sherman Fairchild and Carleton Watkins. It's the site of a famous TB hospital, and it's Soccertown USA - the origins of the National Soccer Hall of Fame. It's the story of two colleges - SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick. Today, it's a friendly and welcoming community, where Life's Enjoyed in the City of the Hills!

The Greater Sullivan Area Chamber of Commerce promotes within the Town of Sullivan. Our town reaches the communities of Chittenango, Lakeport, Bridgeport as well as portions of Kirkville and Canastota. We work with various organizations to promote travel/tourism that will support our local businesses and economy. Our chamber promotes the concept of SHOP LOCAL! We promote local events that bring value and a sense of community to all who live and work here.

Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame

181 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

Green Hill Cemetery

Church and Cornell
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Green Hill Cemetery is an historic rural cemetery established in 1858. It encompasses 14,860 individual interments marked by imposing mausolea, elaborate monuments, family plots, decorative markers and simple stones. It includes four contributing structures: Church Street entrance gate, upper pedestrian gate and path, receiving vault and Sanford mausoleum. Notable burials include congressman Benedict Arnold (1780-1849) and his grandson Lt. Benedict Arnold Leonard (1840-1864). It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Green Wolf Brewing Company

315 Main Street
Middleburgh, NY 12122

Green Wolf is located in scenic and historic Schoharie County. Our ales are crafted with love and attention to detail, using local ingredients. They are available on draft and by the bottle at our taproom in Middleburgh. Drink, Howl, Repeat! – 315 Main Street, Middleburgh – 518-872-2503 – greenwolfales.com
Greene Smith Birdhouse Museum

5304 Oxbow Rd.
Peterboro, NY 13035

The Birdhouse Museum, developed by Greene Smith in 1863, for birds, nests, and eggs he preserved. Collection includes thousands of preserved birds. Along the walking trail, watch for bluebirds, flycatchers, red-bellied sapsuckers, gray and red foxes and more.

Greenwood Park

153 Greenwood Road
(off Route 26)
Lisle, NY 13797

GreenwoodThe 420-acre Greenwood Park sets a perfect scene for day on the cross-country ski trails. Pick up a pair of snowshoes or skis for just $5 per hour and enjoy 5.5 miles of well-groomed trails. Go ahead and bring a sled for some tobogganing. Amenities at Broome County’s first and oldest park include a warming room. Beach Boating - Rental Campsites – Rental Canoeing - Rental Cross Country - Rental Fishing Guide Hiking Horseshoes Ice Fishing Lake/Pond Picnic Sledding Snack Bar Snow Shoes Swimming Tobogganing Volleyball

Griffiss International Sculpture Garden, a unique outdoor sculpture garden located in an industrial development park in Upstate New York, is located on the grounds of the Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome, N.Y. According to Sculpture Space Executive Director Sydney Waller, “This kind of cultural project within a thriving business park - complete with an airfield and railroad - is thought to be the only one of its kind in the nation. Part of a Master Plan designed by Boston-based Sasaki Associates, the sculptures reflect an unusual collaboration between Sculpture Space, Griffiss Park Landowners Association and the Griffiss Local Development Corporation of Rome, New York and Griffiss Utilities Corporation. GPLA works with other entities to promote and expand business in Central New York State's Griffiss Business and Technology Park, a 3,500 acre former U.S. Air Force Base now home to 65 businesses with more than 5,800 employees.

Grippen Park

607 S. Grippen Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

Athletic Field Basketball Fishing Horseshoes Picnic Snack Bar Softball
Grippen Park BMX

607 S. Grippen Ave.
Endicott, NY 13760

Greater Binghamton’s BMX legacy stretches back more than 25 years, so longtime supporters of the sport seized the opportunity to open the Northeast’s only indoor BMX track in 2008. Floods closed the former Grippen Park Ice Rink in 2006. Today the structure houses a 750-foot-long dirt track and obstacles for exciting, sanctioned BMX racing and riding year-round.
Groeslon Farm

10941 Fairchild Road
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 831-5365

Farm stand with sweet corn in season.

Growing Gardens

9160 NYS Route 79
Lisle, NY 13797

(607) 849-3020

Growing Gardens helps people grow their own food. We organize hundredsAngelina15101213600_1316 of volunteers to build organic, raised bed vegetable gardens inbackyards, front yards, side yards and even on balconies. We support low income households for three years with seeds, plants, classes, mentors and more. Our Youth Grow after school garden clubs grow the next generation of veggie eaters and growers! Through Learn & Grow workshops and work parties, we teach gardeners all about growing, preparing and preserving healthful food while respecting the health of the environment. We plant seeds for good food and healthy people by making sure low income people have the resources they need to grow organic vegetables at home. Through this work, community members meet over the backyard garden, through volunteering, by attending classes, and through sharing extra produce. Open spring and fall for mums and pumpkins. A greenhouse featuring home-grown bedding plants, annual & perennial f
Guided Tours of Cooperstown

Paul Kuhn
51 Chestnut St
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Discover the people, events and circumstances that led to the founding of this fascinating frontier village in the early years of the New American Republic. See beautiful architecture, historic structures and landmarks. Offers step-on guide service for motorcoach tours and guided walking tours for individuals and groups of the Village of Cooperstown and the Glimmerglass Historic District.

Guy Park State Historic Site is a house built in 1774 in the Georgian architectural style for Guy Johnson, the Irish-born nephew and son-in-law to Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, the British Superintendent for Indian Affairs in colonial New York. Built of limestone, the house was originally situated on a square mile of land on the north side of the Mohawk River and near it for access to water transportation. Guy Park was used for years in the early nineteenth century as a tavern and stagecoach stop, as it was on the Mohawk Turnpike next to the river, the two main transportation routes across the state. The Erie Canal was completed in 1825, and a lock is located near the house. Later, the house was sold and served again as a private residence for many years. In 1907 the mansion was purchased by the state for preservation as a historic site. In the early 21st century, it was adapted for use as a local history museum, the Walter Elwood Museum. It was added to the National Register of
H.P. Sears Oil Co. Service Station Museum

201 North George Street
Rome, NY 13440

(607) 226-7699

Hamilton College Performing Arts

Wellin Hall, 198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323


Returning every late July, the Hamilton International Film Festival is a world-class film festival, attracting filmmakers and film fans from across the globe! Featuring award winning films, panel discussions with world renowned filmmakers, actors and directors, an exciting red carpet event and more. HIFF offers all the excitement of a major film festival in a small town setting.

Hamilton Massage Therapy & Day Spa. We offer a different variety of massages, organic facials, body treatments, reiki & shiatsu. Located at 5 Madison Street in downtown Hamilton- directly across from the Colgate Inn. Services are available by appointment. Appointments are available most days and times of the week. Call us at 315-725-8962 to schedule your appointment or visit our websiteÊwww.hamiltonmassagetherapy.abmp.com

Hamilton Movie Theater

7 Lebanon Street
Hamilton, NY 13346

Since 1895, Hamilton Theater has served as a centerpiece for films, live performances and community events. One of the few remaining independent theaters, we provide diverse programming, preserving and enhancing our historic tradition as a community resource.

Hamilton Welcome Center

11 Payne St.
Hamilton, NY

Visit the welcome center for information on this vibrant downtownÕs numerous casual dining restaurants, specialty shops, Madison County's first micro-brewery, and more.

Natural and Specialty food store & vegetarian deli featuring a creative assortment of delicious soups, salads and sandwiches

This brand new hotel and conference center in historic Cazenovia is nearby to superb dining and unique shopping. You're assured a great nights rest in our fresh Hampton beds. Start your day with hot breakfast, relax in the indoor pool or re-energize in the fitness center. Plan your next meeting, conference, wedding, or reunion in our 5,000SF of elegant space. Our sales team is ready to plan an event your guests will always remember.
Harden Furniture Factory Tours

8551 Mill Pond Way
McConnellsville, NY 13401

2-hour factory tour every Wednesday at 10:00 am.

Harding Farm

3793 Harding Road
Clinton, NY 13323

We make Harding Farm available to guests to share the joy we receive from the property. Our reward comes from the wonderful comments we hear from visitors. Brides live their wedding day dream, families reunite after decades apart and grandparents celebrate milestones surrounded by friends, children and grandchildren.That's what Harding Farm is all about.

Hartwick College

1 Hartwick Drive
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 431-4000

Hartwick College Prepares Students for the World Ahead

From start to finish – and beyond – Hartwick College prepares its students for the world ahead. Located in the picturesque community of Oneonta and the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Hartwick is located on over 425 acres of private land with a breathtaking view of the Susquehanna River Valley. A selective, private liberal arts and science college, Hartwick specializes in unique and experiential learning for its students and connects the liberal arts experience with practicality through a top-rated study abroad program, internships, a unique January term, collaboration between student and faculty, and an environmental campus at Pine Lake.

The Eclectic Hartwick Community

With approximately 1,500 students from 32 states and 18 countries and 16,000 alumni spanning the globe across a number of industries, the Hartwick College co

Hartwick State Forest

St Hwy 205
Burlington Flats, NY 13315

(607) 547-4488

Hartwick State Forest consists of 1,242 acres of land available for recreational use and is located in the town of Burlington.

Hatch Lake

Westcott Rd
Eaton, NY 13334

134 acres and maximum depth of 62 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, bluegill, yellow perch and white sucker.

Haven of Hope Farm Stand and Bake Shop

19 Cemetery Street
Fonda NY, NY 12068

(518) 522-3342

Market stand with produce grown on the farm and baked goods. Helps fund Haven of Hope Farm and Residence, transitional housing and services for homeless women and children. Friday Noon to 6pm Saturday 9am to 4pm
Hawkins Pond Nature Area

224 Scouten Hill Road
5 miles off NY Route 17
Windsor, NY 13865

Broome County’s Hawkins Pond Nature Area offers approximately 4 miles of hiking and cross-country ski trails, with additional trails found in the State Forest on the other side of McAlister Road. Take NY Rte 17 to Windsor Exit (NY Route 79). Turn right on NY Route 79 and go approximately 3.5 miles to Edson Road. Turn right onto Edson Rd. and go 2 miles to Scouten Hill Road. Turn left onto Scouten Hill Road. and go approximately. 2 miles to the park.
Haylo Acres

502 Freybush Rd.
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Pork, beef, hay, goats, Oberhash and Alpine goats. Service bucks available. Call for hours and appointment to bottle feed newborn kids.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Central New York, Hayloft on the Arch originally began as a family-run dairy farm. The property was bought and sold several times throughout the years. In 2012, Michael and Alisha purchased the property and established Hayloft on the Arch. Their vision included restoring the barn and adding modern amenities without losing its rustic charm. These amenities include a 30-foot bar, restrooms, an adequate parking area for guests, and a dressing room for the bridal party. Michael and Alisha created an atmosphere that is elegant yet charming. Hayloft on the Arch is situated on 18.8 acres of beautifully manicured property, with breathtaking views of the countryside that create a stunning backdrop for your special event.
Heart's Hill Farm

8235 Clark Mills Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492

(315) 736-5714

Certified organic vegetables, herbs and garlic. Sunflowers. State Nature Trail on farm. Seasonal. Call for hours.

Hedgerow General

15 1/2 Eaton St.
Morrisville, NY 13408

A hand-picked selection of home office and bath goods, all nestled behind a hedgerow just off Route 20 in downtown Morrisville. Open for select hours during the summer and holiday seasons or join us year-round in our online shop!

Helen McNitt State Park

East Lake Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Helen L. McNitt State Park was established in 1999 as a gift of 133 acres of land, including about 1300 feet of shoreline. In 2008 a parking lot was established along with a site to launch canoes, kayaks and small portable rowboats.

Heller's Farm Market

East River Rd.
Bainbridge, NY 13733


Vegetables, u-pick strawberries, blueberries, Christmas trees
Henderberg's Trees & Wreaths

6580 Henderberg Road
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 336-4353

Retail and wholesale Christmas wreaths. Choose and cust and pre-cut trees. Wagon rides to the fields on weekends.  Call for hours.

Our one man farm brewery is located in Cazenovia, NY. We are proud to source many local farms and are happily growing hops, barley, lavender, mint, pumpkins and many other beer ingredients. Our seasonal Tasting Room features a rotating selection of great beer including a few guest taps.

Heritage Farm, Inc.

3599 State Route 46
Bouckville, NY 13310

p>The mission of Heritage Farms Inc. is to provide an individualized program for each participant that reflects the founding belief that farming and rural life foster self-worth independence and a sense of responsibility towards family friends and community. We hold to the principle that the person comes first not the disability. /p>
Herkimer Diamond Mines

4601 State Route 28
Herkimer, NY 13350

Prospecting for quartz crystals. Gem and mineral shop. Museum, camping.
Home of Famous Original Herkimer County Cheese and "Chutter"
Herkimer Home Historic Site

200 State Route 169
Little Falls, NY 13365

Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum

99 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

The Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum features over 30 wax figures in historic settings, a virtual reality batting cage and a "Baseball Bloopers Theatre" - something for the entire family!

Heywood's Blueberries

9947 Evans Road
Remsen, NY 13438

Quiet country setting for You-Pick blueberries with parking at field. Pre-order raspberries. Large variety of common and unusual bedding plants, vegetables plants, herbs and hanging baskets.  Consult website for full list of varieties, current availability, conditions and hours. 

Hick State Forest

Perry Hill Road
Roseboom, NY 13450

(607) 547-4488

The 1,293 acres of R. Milton Hick Memorial State Forest include all stages of the cycle of forest management: mature mixed hardwoods, softwood plantations, young growth, and recent logging.

Recreational Activities at Hick State Forest

  • Hiking
  • Cross Country Skiing


From Pleasant Brook on State Highway 165, turn south on La Fleure Road.  At .3 miles, take a left fork onto Perry Hill Road and continue up a steep hill to the trailhead parking area on the right, at 1.8 miles from State HIghway 165.

In winter, an alternative route with gentler grades is often preferrable.  From County Highway 34, 3 miles north of Westford of 3.5 miles south of State Highway 165, turn north on Josclyn Road, which becomes Perry Hill Road, and continue 1 mile to the trailhead parking lot.  Most of La Fleure Road, which also bisects Hick State Forest, is not maintained in winter.


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Hickory Springs Farm

371 Swart Hill Rd.
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Production of feeder commercial beef and cattle, hay and grain, retail feed and grow. Please call for hours and appointments.
High Acres Elk Farm

684 Currytown Rd
Sprakers, NY 12166

(518) 922-5814

Open to the public everyday except Wednesday. Educational tours available by appointment.
High Meadow Tree Farm

702 Cafferty Road
Harpursville, NY 13787

Looking for a beautiful Christmas tree? Located just east of Binghamton, NY in Harpursville, our farm provides the freshest u-cut and pre-cut Christmas trees. Evergreen wreaths made right here are available, too, along with trees for landscaping.

WeÕre a 150 acre organic family farm located within the village of Hamilton. We specialize in growing tomatoes and greens on some of the most beautiful land within Madison County.

Highland Park Carousel

*Closed until further notice*
801 Hooper Road
Endwell, NY 13760

(607) 786-2970

Installed in 1925, this carousel is the only one of the area’s carousels that has been relocated. Originally located at the old En-Joie Park in Endicott, the carousel features 36 animals, 3-abreast, including a pig and a dog. Highland Park facilities include a swimming pool and wading pool, picnic area, playground, tennis courts, ball fields, volleyball, all in a wooded setting. Park open: 9:00 am – dusk. Pool open: 1 pm - 8 pm. Carousel open: Memorial Day through June 19th 12:00 - 7:45 pm, Saturday and Sunday only. June 25 through Labor day 12:00 – 7:45PM daily. (607)786-2970.
Highland Park Farmers’ Market

801 Hooper Road
Upper Park
Endwell, NY 13760

(607) 786-2970

Whether you’re looking to eat healthier, support local growers or just want something a little different to do with your day, this is one local farmers market you might be interested in checking out. Tuesdays 4-7pm
Hillcrest Farm

9987 Roberts Road
Sauquoit, NY 13456

(315) 737-0244

Raising and breeding alpacas for animal and fiber sales.  Call for hours.

Hilltop Christmas Tree Farm & Rustics

8878 Trenton Falls Road
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 896-2374

Christmas Tree farm with pre-cut retail and wholesale, or choose and cut trees. Live reindeer. Day after Thanksgiving - Dec 24.  Rustic furniture and wildlife paintings. By appointment.

Hilltop Paintball Sports Complex

565 River Road
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Paintball sports complex fields & store. 6 fields: NPPL Style Speedball, Woods/Farm Combo Field, Extreme Woodsball Field, Scenario Big Game Woodsball, Tepee Village, Upper War Zone
Hinman Farms

6260 Route 5
Vernon, NY 13476

(315) 829-2963

You-Pick and/or farm stand strawberries and peas. Tours by appointment. Call for hours.

Historic 4 Corners

400 N. Main St.
Herkimer, NY 13350

Composed of the 1884 Herkimer County Historical Society Suiter Building Museum, the 1834 Herkimer County Jail, 1873 Herkimer County Courthouse, and the 1834 Herkimer Reformed Church, all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tours of the Society's Museum are free and open to the public during open hours of Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and during the months of July and August on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Special tours of the other buildings need to be arranged ahead of time. The 1834 Jail is temporarily unavailable for touring because of restoration work.
Historic Main Street Oneonta

Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-6450

Oneonta's Main Street compliments the small town ambiance - red brick sidewalks and turn of the century style street lamps suggest the disarming feel of a simpler, more genteel era. Main Street is the heart of the retail shopping industry in the City and offers a wide range of shopping options mostly centered on locally owned and operated specialty shops.

Historic Main Street Richfield Springs

Main Street
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

(315) 858-1710

Richfield Springs was once a unique resort area with their natural sulphur springs used as a medicinal retreat. This village is now filled with antique shops, historic sites, fine dining and various eclectic shops.

Historic West Hill School

3 Otsego Street
Canajoharie, NY 13317

West Hill School was designed by prominent local architect Archimedes Russell (1890-1915) and built 1891-1893. It is a 3.5-story, stone masonry institutional building. It features a stone tower with open belfry containing the original school bell. It continued in educational use for over 100 years. It was constructed on the site of the Canajoharie Academy, where in 1846, Susan B. Anthony began a teaching position as head of the girls division. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The building was acquired by the Mohawk Valley Collective in 2013, which has been working with volunteer labor to secure the building and develop a business plan and investors to bring it back into productive use.
Holland Heights Golf Course

1228 Steuben Hill Road
Herkimer, NY 13350


Public Course with 9 holes. Indoor Golf Simulator, driving range, putting green and pro shop.
Holland Patent Depot

9550 Depot Street
Holland Patent, NY 13354

The Adirondacks' finest assortment of traditional and native American goods, from boots and moccasins to leather clothing, hats and authentic Southwest jewelry.
Honey Hill State Forest

Thompson Hill Road
Roseboom, NY 13450

(607) 547-4488

Honey Hill State Forest offers 1,017 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the town of Roseboom.

Hooker Mountain State Forest

Hooker Mountain Road
Westford & Maryland, NY 12116

(607) 547-4488

Hooker Mountain State Forest consists of 801 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the towns of Maryland and Westford.

Hopestead Hill Farms

4591 State Rte 80 Columbus
Sherburne, NY 13460

Sheep and emu meat.

The Madison County Hop Heritage Trail marks hop kilns and other related hop sites still in existence that document the agricultural impact of commercial hop production in the agricultural history of Madison County and New York State. Hops were grown in a seven county area of which Madison, Oneida and Otsego County were the highest producers. Click on the above link to download the tour.

Horse Back Riding the Brookfield State Forest

Moscow Rd.
Brookfield, NY 13314

(607) 674-4036

This multi use trail system provides year-round recreation opportunities on 13,000 acres of state forest with 130 miles of horseback trails. The assembly area on Moscow Road has facilities for 150 horses, a pavilion, picnic area, camping facilities and more.

Houndstooth Bakery & Gallery

30 North Main Street
Bainbridge, NY 13733


Treats and treasures for dogs and the people who share their lives
Howe Caverns & Howe High Adventures

255 Discovery Drive
Howes Cave, NY 12092

Howe Caverns Adventure Park - High in the air-Deep in the Earth-New York's coolest getaway! Explore the Cave, Pan for gems, Zip, Climb, Jump, Rock and Roll! Something for everyone! Cave Open Year Round With Seasonal Hours Howe High Adventure Open Summer Season 255 Discovery Drive, Howes Cave 518-296-8900 www.howecaverns.com
Howe Caverns Adventure Park

255 Discovery Drive
Howes Cave, NY 12092

A prehistoric cavern more than 6 million years in the making with stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone formations and serpentine passages. Above ground is a ropes course with 28 varying elements of difficulty and a 26’ rock wall. A four-tower 900-foot zip line and the Air Jumper, which allows participants to jump 18-feet in the air and perform aerial stunts. A 6,000-square foot gem and mining building filled with treasure from around the world allow gem panning.
Hu-Hill Organic Farm and Farm Store

232 Lighthall Road
Fort Plain, NY 13339

A certified organic family farm featuring eggs, maple syrup, venison, grass-fed beef, seasonal vegetables, berries, organic raw milk, hay and mushrooms. Call ahead for tours. Open all year.
Hummingbird Hills Winery

1442 Burtonsville Road
Fultonville, NY 12072

A small family owned winery with a love for country living and good wine. Our unique wine is produced from fruit grown in Montgomery County and vinified with minimal preservatives. Featuring a tasting room and tours, wine and related products. Special events and fundraisers. Open Spring thru Fall Saturdays and Sundays 11am-5pm, weekdays by appointment.
Humphrey's Farm, Inc.

8654 Tibbitts Road
New Hartford, NY 13413

(315) 793-3109

Potatoes, pumpkins, corn stalks and squash at farmstand. Farm animals and snap bean fields on view. Call for hours.

Hunts Pond

New Berlin, NY


250 acres, campsites, pavilion, picnic area. Activities: boating, fishing, hiking and X-country skiing
Hyde Hall

267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Fall under the spell of historic Hyde Hall during your 50 minute guided tour. Learn about the construction, decline and resurrection of this majestic 50 room country house which has overlooked James Fenimore Cooper's fabled "Glimmerglass" for over 175 years. In the mansion see "the finest two rooms built in a private home in America prior to 1840." Marvel at the many original furnishings. Hear the stories of how 5 generations lived on the Hyde Hall estate from 1819 until 1963. Hyde Hall is located in beautiful Glimmerglass State Park. Entrance for Hyde Hall is now at the restored Mill Road entrance. Follow the signs off County Highway 31 onto Mill Road (near the entrance to Glimmerglass State Park). Continue one-half mile down Mill Road to the Hyde Hall entrance on your left. The Visitor Center is located in Tin Top, formerly the entrance to the estate, located on County Highway 31.

Mansion To

Hyde Hall Covered Bridge

1527 County Highway 31
267 Glimmerglass State Park Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

The Hyde Hall Covered Bridge is the only covered bridge still standing in Otsego County. Built by Cyrenus Clark, Andrew Alden and Lorenzo Bates in 1825, this 53-foot-long, single span structure incorporates the Burr arch design patented in 1817 by Theodore Burr of Torringford, Connecticut. It is one of two authentic Burr arch truss bridges in the state and is located at the northern tip of Otsego Lake in Glimmerglass State Park. The Hyde Hall Covered Bridge is not only the oldest existing covered bridge in New York State, but the oldest in United States. It is one of three covered bridges in New York State with horizontal siding.

The bridge was listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places on December 17, 1998.

I-88 Speedway

Route 41, South
46 East Main Street
Afton, NY 13730

Dirt track racing
IBM Glen

Robinson Hill Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

The IBM Glen property, once part of the former IBM Country Club, is now owned and managed by the Waterman Conservation Center of Apalachin, NY. The Glen comprises over 200 acres in the Town of Union with several miles of marked trails using 3-inch diameter plastic blue, red and yellow markers placed on trees 5 to 7 feet above the ground. From NY Rte 17 West or East take Exit 70 North, turn left at light. Continue on Harry L. Drive West which becomes Watson Blvd. Turn right onto Country Club Road, and near the top of the hill turn right onto Robinson Hill Road. Look for the entrance to the Glen on the right hand side of the road.
Ice House Sports Complex

Fire & Ice Sports Bar
614 River Road
Binghamton, NY 13901

7 days, as scheduled only. The rink is under new ownership! Features the Fire & Ice Sports Bar and Grill and hosts men’s leagues, youth hockey programs (STHA & Binghamton Blizzards) as well as the BU Hockey Club.
Ice Pond-Lake of the Twin Fawns Trail

Gilbert Lake State Park
18 CCC Rd
Laurens, NY 13796

(607) 547-4488

Gilbert Lake State Park offers year-round recreational opportunities. The park contains over twelve miles of trails available to hikers, skiers and snowshoers. A map for the entire park is available at the park office. The Ice Pond-Lake of the Twin Fawns trail, a loop trail of about two and a half miles, traverses both wooded and open land. It is gently rolling, excellent for skiing and snowshoeing.

Ilion Marina

49 Morgan Street
Municipal Building
Ilion, NY 13357

The Village of Ilion's seven acre Marina has a reputation of being one of the best on the canal system.
Indian Opening Acres

6811 Indian Opening Rd.
Bouckville, NY 13310

Indian Opening Acres show field has been established over 35 years on nine acres. Ample dealer and public parking. Dealer Spaces are available for rent. Visit our website for June and August show dates.

International Boxing Hall of Fame

1 Hall of Fame Drive
Canastota, NY 13032

Exciting and unique displays fill the Hall of Fame including robes, gloves and hand wraps worn by boxing greats! The Hall of Fame Wall features plaques of inductees and videos add live action to the experience. See the world famous Madison Square Garden Ring- where Joe Frazier and Muhammed Ali fought the "Fight of the Century" on March 8,1971- on permanent display. There's something for everyone to see and enjoy at the Hall of Fame!

International Boxing Hall of Fame

1 Hall of Fame Drive
Canastota, NY 13032

(315) 697-7095

Iroquois Antiques

5 Walnut Street
Bainbridge, NY 13733


Iroquois Indian Museum

324 Caverns Road
Howes Cave, NY 12092

For Native American fans the Iroquois Indian Museum celebrates the cultural traditions, artistic expression and the rich history of the Iroquois. 2014 featured exhibition: "Standing In Two Worlds: Iroquois in 2014" 324 Caverns Road, Howes Cave 518-296-8949 - iroquoismuseum.org
Iroquois Lanes

192 Erie Boulevard
Canajoharie, NY 13317

(518) 673-5498

Air conditioned bowling alley, with glow bowling on Saturday nights, bumper bowling, birthday parties, pro shop, lessons, automatic accu-scoring and the Ten Pin Grill & Sports Bar.
Built in 1786 as a residence and mercantile trading post, the Isaac Paris House has been home to the Daughters of the American Revolution since 1932. Until 1790 it was the largest building west of Schenectady. Open by appointment.
JADA Hill Farm

106 Kelsey Rd
Deposit, NY 13754

JADA Hill Farm is located in Deposit, NY which is in the western part of the Catskill Mtns., bordering Suquehanna PA. and is owned and operated by John & Dawn Alfano. Come and tour their goat farm, watch a goat milking demonstration and visit the baby goats! Sample many of their handmade soaps and lotions made directly from their own goats milk! *We have a herd of Fullbloods & High Percentage Boers goats for show and breeding * We also have Boer/Kiko crosses for Commercial stock & pets * We have added a couple LaMancha does to our herd which we will breed for high milk yields to support the production of our Goat's Milk Soap and more..... This Spring we will be getting an Oberhasli doe to add to our milk production. * We also have chickens for egg production * Visit our farm store which is filled with JADA Hill Farm goats milk soap and creams... Healing & pain relieve salves... A new line of baby products and much more will be coming this Spring! * We are al

(607) 727-8365

Jackson's Farms

6425 Route 17C
Endicott, NY 13760

Open September & October 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Daily, Open September & October Oldest pumpkin farm in NYS. Large pumpkin display. In-season vegetables, New York Apples, squash, gourds, Indian corn, haunted house, petting zoo, climbing wall, food concession, crafts and baked goods. Jackson's Pumpkin Farm was started by Edward and Elizabeth Jackson in 1958. After his father's passing, Jim returned home from college and began to operate the farm. Starting with just one display it has grown each year and has become a fall family tradition for many in our area!
Canoes, 18 acres, located on Pharsalia Wildlife Management area. Fish: Northern pike, largemouth bass & panfish.
Jeffrey Pond

Norwich, NY

Canoes, 20 acres, on state forest land, 3 miles northeast of Norwich. Fish: Brook trout.
Jericho Arts Council

15 North Main Street
Bainbridge, NY 13733


Live performances by well-known Blue Grass bands, in-house drama group productions, spring art show, and special events throughout the year
Jewett's Cheese House

934 Earlville Rd.
Earlville, NY 13332

3rd generation family business specializing in Aged NY cheddar 1-20 years plus over 40 varieties of local, domestic, and import cheeses. Many local products such as jams, meat, mustard, honey, nut butters and more. Plus nuts, baking needs, grains, dried fruits, Rawleigh products and more. We support local. Hours: Mon-Fri. 9:30-5:00, closed Saturday, most Sundays 10:30-3:00.

Joe's Jerky Sherrill Market

190 East State St
Sherrill, NY 13461

(315) 335-6748

May 30- October 31

10am- 4pm

Joker's Wild Ranch

648 Pleasant Hill Road
Port Crane, NY 13833

Jokers Wild Ranch is a horse stable, featuring a 150' X 120' outdoor arena and a 150' X 70' Indoor arena
This 311-acre Town of Vestal park is located on State Line Road off of NY Rte 26. Hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing can all be found on its several miles of marked hilly trails, some of which crisscross scenic creeks and streams.

Live tropical butterfly exhibit and botanical garden -- an unforgettable experience! See and walk among hundreds of live, free flying butterflies from around the world in our huge indoor conservatory herbarium -- home also to hundreds of exotic plants. You will marvel at, and be enchanted by, this spectacular display.


33 Court Street
2nd Floor
Downtown Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 237-7205

(607) 232-6621

KAPOW! Art Studio

The Brunelli Art Center
186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

All of our art offerings are taught by fun, friendly, and experienced artists and art educators using high quality art materials and tools. What you leave with is something special that is all your own. Whether you are supplementing your child’s art education, or an adult seeking a quality art experience, look no further.
KNOW Theatre

74 Carroll Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

An intimate 76 seat theatre, KNOW Theatre focuses on producing dramatically powerful works.
Kallisto Alpacas

4141 Whitman Rd.
Canastota, NY 13032

A small family farm in rural Upstate New York. Visit my website to find out how my beautiful yarn is made. See the alpacas that provide the wonderful fiber used to create my yarns. I also create yarn with fiber from other locally owned New York State farms. My yarns are 100% all natural alpaca. No harsh chemicals have been used to process the yarn. The fiber has been hand washed, hand carded and spun.

Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community

4934 Route 5
Fonda, NY 12068

518-673-4197 or 518-584-9270

A traditional community of Mohawk families. Kanatsiohareke (“the clean pot”) is a gift shop of Native American crafts, apparel and books. Also offering a working farm with hay and sleigh rides. Kanatsiohareke is a sustainable, living Onkwehon, a community grounded in Rotinonhsionni culture – its language, land and social structure. Annual festivals, conferences and pow-wows are held on the grounds. Native language immersion classes. Open daily 9am-5pm. Email: info@mohawkcommunity.com June 27-28 – Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community Strawberry Festival 10am -6pm
Stop by and try our sweet corn, vegetables in season, berries, pumpkins, honey, tomatoes, melons, baked goods, hay and straw. Farm stand features a retail shop with crafts, jams and jellies, candles, a cafe serving sandwiches, ice cream, snacks and beverages. Family fun in the fall with corn mazes and hay rides (by appointment). Please call to schedule educational tours. Open 7 days a week, 9am-9pm. Mid April October.
Bowling Alley, Skyview Grill, Skyview Lounge with live music, Birthday Party Specials Mon – Wed: 12pm – 10pm Thu – Fri: 12pm – 11pm Sat: 9am – 12:30am Sun: 12pm – 6pm *************************
Kirkland Art Center

9 1/2 East Park Row
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-8871

Kodey’s Tree Farm

1805 Farm-to-Market Road
Endwell, NY 13760

(607) 785-2323

Fraser Fir, Concolor Fir, Canaan Firs, Spruces, Pines. U-cut or Pre-cut.
Koo Koose Farmers’ Market

Town of Sanford Garage
192 Front Street
Deposit, NY 13754

(607) 467-2956

Mid-June through early October 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Saturday
Kopernik Observatory & Science Center

698 Underwood Road
Vestal, NY 13850

Come to the best-sited and best equipped public observatories in the Northeast United States. Open every Friday night for public observing through three professional telescopes. Kopernik also offers summer camps as well as classes, events and programs throughout the year. They are in the process of building a STEM based playground that will turn playtime into learning time. Come up to Kopernik to Look Up and Dream Big.
LK Burke Fine Art LLC is a private gallery offering a wide selection of subjects, style and media. This gallery is committed to the highest level of customer service while providing quality art.
L. L. Bean

304 Towne Center Drive
Fayetteville, NY 13066

L. L. Bean is a company dedicated to outdoor recreation and education. We offer an Outdoor Discovery School in Cazenovia where we host adventures in kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, fly-casting and snowshoeing. We provide group outings to local recreational sites such as the Nelson Swamp Unique Area and Stony Pond is which we explore the local trails and parks. To see the different activities we are involved in and to join us, go to www.llbean.com/fayetteville

(607) 768-2030

La Loba Creations

4011 Saddlemire Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

Lake Moraine

Lake Moraine Rd
Madison, NY 13402

237 acres and maximum depth of 45 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, small mouth bass, chain pickerel, tiger muskellunge, black crappie and bluegill.

Lakefront Park

1 Pioneer Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

If you're looking for that one-in-a-million "magic place," you'd be hard-pressed to find a better location than Lakefront Park in Cooperstown, NY. Only a few minute's walk from downtown Cooperstown, this peaceful, scenic haven is a great place to start or end your day -- or visit in between. This is the epitome of a relaxing place.  Home of the Cooperstown Lakefront Concert Series - check out their summer schedule.

Landis Arboretum

174 Lape Road
Esperance, NY 12066

A 548 acre public garden overlooking the historic Schoharie Valley. Trees, shrubs, woodlands, natural areas, wetlands, old growth forests and programs. Hike, picnic, relax. Open all year. Newly remodeled meeting house available for event rental. 174 Lape Road, Esperance 518-875-6935 landisarboretum.org
Landis Arboretum

174 Lape Road
Esperance, NY 12066

The Landis Arboretum is one of only three arboreta in eastern North America with old-growth forests – and Landis has two. Straddling Schoharie and Montgomery counties, Landis has trees and shrubs from around the world and noteworthy native collections, a nationally recognized collection of oaks of the Northeast, the charming Van Loveland perennial gardens and 8 miles of hiking/walking trails and wetlands. The grounds are open daily from dawn until dusk. Suggested donation $5 per person, $15 per family
Land of Oz & Ends

1315 Route 5
Chittenango, NY 13037

Are you a Wizard of Oz fan? Then this is the place to visit! We have a variety of Oz items, from mugs, plates, jewelry, cards, posters, books, T-shirts and water globes. Open weekdays 9-6, Saturday 1-3. Call 315-687-3319 for more information.

Lansing Manor Museum

1378 State Route 30
PO Box 898
North Blenheim, NY 12131

Adjacent to the New York Power Authority Visitors Center, a country home built in 1819 by John Lansing, a NY delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Restored to its original elegance with period decor. 1378 State Route 30, North Blenheim 800-724-0309 www.nypa.gov

We travel to France and Spain to bring the colors and quality of Europe to Lavender Blue in the heart of Cazenovia. Our high quality tablecloths from the south of France are made from French cotton with an infusion of acrylic on the face. We also carry ceramics from Spain, olive wood from Provence and other unique and exciting items from our travels. A warm and colorful welcome awaits you!

"One of the best courses to play." - Golfweek

The 18-hole championship Otesaga's Leatherstocking Golf Course will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Featuring natural contour terrain that sweeps along the western shoreline of Lake Otsego with views from various elevations, guests are assured of a great golfing experience.

Designed in 1909 by Devereux Emmet, it is considered by many to be one of the East's most scenic and challenging resort golf courses. With two great finishing holes, #17 Par 3 playing up to 195 yards over water and #18 Par 5 with an island tee and the fairway along the lake, how the golfer plays these holes often determines whether the match is won or lost. Upon completion of your round, enjoy lunch or a snack, a cold beverage and conversation on the Pro Shop Patio or the Otesaga's Veranda.

The Leatherstocking Golf Course welcomes guests of The Otesaga Resort Hotel and The Cooper Inn along with visitors

Lebanon Reservoir

Reservoir Rd
Lebanon, NY 13085

92 acres and maximum depth of 45 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, walleye rainbow trout, black crappie, yellow perch, bluegill, pumpkin seed, white sucker and brown bullhead.

Legends Year Round Golf Center

130 Dimmock Hill Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

Tee off all off-season long at Legends Year Round Golf Center, which features simulators, an outdoor driving range, mini-golf and a pro shop. Find everything a golfer needs to cure the winter blues. So, go ahead and get out there … or in there, rather. It’s definitely worth swinging by.
Leland Pond

Rt. 26
Eaton, NY 13334

100 acres and maximum depth of 50 feet.
Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger

Recreation Park
58-78 Beethoven Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

The Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger, a USTA Pro Circuit Event hosted by the Tennis Charities of Binghamton, Inc., takes place each summer at Recreation Park before the U.S. Open.  It is an opportunity to see world class tennis up close and personal, as well as support local not-for-profits.
Light Up The Sky With The Marching Rams

154 Brookside Avenue
Amsterdam 12010, NY 12010

(518) 843-3052

A drive through light show with illuminated arches and over 400 handmade, hand painted display pieces ranging in size from 2’ to 10’ high. Some of the displays featured are Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, The Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, Garfield, The Flintstones, The Jetsons and many more. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Amsterdam High School Marching Rams. Students dress in costumes and dance, Santa and Mrs. Claus greet all who enter. A unique Show that won the Barbara Spraker Tourism Award. November 30 – December 23 6:30pm – 9pm $5 per Vehicle
Imagine yourself in the early 1800's traveling the Erie Canal, being raised and lowered in the lock and listening to tales being spun by the captain. This experience can be yours aboard Lil' Diamond II. Hear the history of the canal, from it's origin in Rome, to it's current role. Experience the thrill of being raised and lowered 20 feet inside the lock - the smoothest elevator you've ever ridden. All this and more on a calm and relaxing 90 minute cruise.
Lillie Bean

57 Albany Street
Cazenovia, NY 13035

A delightful boutique offering womenÕs and ChildrenÕs clothing, accessories and unique gift ideas for all ages.

Link Maple Farm

4045 Macfarland Road
Taberg, NY 13471

(315) 336-3030

Pure maple syrup production in country setting. Traditional-style sugarhouse weekends in March for delicious maple syrup, cream and candy. Maple syrup depends on weather, so please call ahead. Pure maple syrup, corporate gifts, wedding favors; maple syrup equipment and supplies available all year.  Call for hours.

A hiking trail linking natural, cultural, and historic resources in Central New York, provides a connection between the Finger Lakes Trail and the Old Erie Canal Park in Canastota, only a few segments are still under construction. Attractions include Muller Hill State Forest, The Tioughnioga Wildlife Management Area, the Nelson Swamp Unique Area, the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. The trail includes connections with the local Cazenovia Preservation Foundation Trail System and a major segment south of Canastota.

Little Falls Municipal Golf Course

896 E. Monroe St
Little Falls, NY 13365


Public Course with 9 holes, offering club rentals, lessons, pro shop and cart rental.
Little Red Schoolhouse

Cemetery Street
Fonda, NY 12068

(518) 853-4226

The little red schoolhouse is a pre-1870 one-room schoolhouse furnished with original desks, artifacts and memorabilia. Open by appointment.
Lone Maple Farm

2001 Hawleyton Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

May 1st – November 1st 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Daily September & October: Homemade cider and donuts, apple picking, hayrides, fall family fun! Farm market offering spring time bedding plants, hanging baskets, Mothers Day gifts, local fruits and vegetables in season, fresh baked goods and homemade ice cream everyday. New for 2009: Winery and café on-site. Fraser and Douglas Firs, Wreaths, Kissing Balls, Farm Winery, Gift Baskets, Fruit Baskets, Holiday Baskets.
Long Pond

Smithville, NY

Small motorboats, canoes, 115 acres. Hand launch Town of Smithville, off Rt. 41. Fish: Largemouth bass and crappie.

Colgate's own collections of archaeological artifacts are the foundation of the museum. The collections are strongest in Northeastern archaeological materials as well as pre-Columbian sculpture of Mexico and the Andes. The exhibition program aims to demonstrate the rich artistic heritage of indigenous peoples past and present; show that indigenous peoples exist today and continue to produce objects of beauty; and showcase contemporary art produced within non-European cultures.Ê

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Lordsland Preserve

Doc Ahlers Road
Roseboom, NY 13450

(607) 547-4488

Private, 80-acre parcel owned by The Nature Conservancy with two trails, each about three-quarters of a mile long. The west trail, with red trail-markers, offers xc skiing, provides open views of the beaver ponds and the surrounding wetland and rewarding birding and autumn hiking. The east trail marked with blue trailmarkers, is steeper. Exploring the preserve on snowshoes will also provide a nice outing.

Situated in one of Central New YorkÕs earliest settled communities, and majestically overlooking Cazenovia Lake-Lorenzo State Historic Site offers an opportunity to discover the historic imprint of one trailblazing family and also enjoy a variety of public programs, exhibitions, open-air concerts and live performances, garden events, horse and carriage competitions, educational series, one room school house programs, walking tours and more!

A 748-acre wilderness area adjacent to the Charleston State Forest. Includes 2.2 miles of designated ATV trails.

(607) 624-6111

MVCC Auditorium - Rome Campus

1101 Floyd Avenue
Rome, NY 13440

Plumley Complex

MVCC Theater - Utica Campus

1101 Sherman Drive
Utica, NY 13501

Information Technology Building

MacKinnon Liquors

75 Nelson St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

(315) 655-3926

Your best choice for Finger Lakes and New York State Wines in Madison County. MacKinnon Liquors is a full service wine and liquor store with over 800 different wines from around the world. Plenty of free parking and delivery available.

Made In Chenango

25-27 North Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Unique array of original handcrafted products as well as seasonal gifts, original art and decorative items.

"Madison Bouckville Antique Week" held annually in August hosts more than 2000 antique and collectible dealers from across the continent. Make sure you put this week long event on your summer schedule whether you come to buy, sell or just admire the enormous selection of quality merchandise. Find more info on this infamous show and the early summer "June Show" on our website!

Madison Bouckville Antique Week

US Route 20
Bouckville, NY 13310

Over 2000 dealers lining both sides of US Route 20 in the Madison and Bouckville area. Join us for New York State's largest outdoor antique event in August. Visit our website for show dates!

Madison Bouckville ÒBig Field WeekendÓ show, held on the original site of the Madison Bouckville Show Route 20Ê Bouckville, NY, for over 40 years. Show held 3rd weekend of August, visit our website for dates and information.

The extension is an educational system that enables people to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work. We have teams in Production Agriculture, Ag Business,4H, Nutrition and more.

This map highlights the current innovative sustainability projects located in Madison County and is meant to be used as a guide to learn more about each of these initiatives. Tour information is also listed in the guide.

The Madison County Fair is held annually in July. The Fair features Agricultural Exhibits, Animals, Demonstrations, Pageants, Contests, Concerts and Shows; while providing a showplace for the accomplishments, talents and achievements of the community. The fairgrounds also host several events throughout the summer including and antique motorcycle show and horse shows, as well as Wheel Days (held the last full weekend of September) that highlights car shows, a demolition derby, tractor and truck pulls.

Find fresh foods any time of year! Click the link above or call Cornell Cooperative of Madison County at 315-684-3001 to find the Farmers Markets that are in-season.

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Built in 1849 the Gothic Revival villa was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis and is listed on the State and National Registry of Historic Places. Period furnishings, genealogical library, changing exhibits, and guided tours available. Museum is open year round M- F 10-4. Events are held throughout the year, Craft Days held weekend after Labor Day, Hop Fest held the second week in September and an annual holiday event. Thematic programs offered throughout the year.

The Madison County History Trail marks the locations of twenty historical organizations in the County that highlight the history of each Township. These diverse cultural institutions contain special exhibits featuring photographs, area artifacts, period clothing, furniture, memorabilia and genealogical material which tell the story of the life of Madison County
Madison County IDA

3215 Seneca Turnpike
Canastota, NY 13032

As a public benefit company, we can assist businesses by identifying appropriate properties, introducing businesses to local government and business leaders, and providing financial incentives. Available incentives include taxable and tax-exempt bond financing, elimination of sales tax on material and equipment used for manufacturing, the establishment of payment in lieu of taxes agreements (PILOTs) for the reduction of property taxes, and the elimination of the mortgage recording tax.

Pick up free information and maps detailing county, regional and state attractions. And spend a few minutes reading our displays to learn about the area.

Madison Hall

Route 20
Morrisville, NY 13408


This Greek Revival structure served as the county's courthouse until 1907. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and marked by a Pomeroy historic roadside sign. It has a beautiful upstairs ballroom that can be used for performances, meetings, weddings and a variety of social gatherings. It is handicapped accessible. Tours by appointment.

Madison Inn Antiques is a multi-dealer shop with something for everyone. Open spring, summer and fall Thursday-Sunday 10am t0 5pm. Winter hours are Friday-Sunday 10am to 4:30pm. We accept all major credit cards.

Madison Lake

Frederick Rd
Madison, NY 13402

43 acres and maximum depth of 75 feet.

Madison Wind Power Project

Stone Rd.
Madison, NY 13402

(315) 893-7970

Madison is the site for seven windmills that create clean and green energy. The windmills are 1.65 megawatts which are the largest in the US. Group tours are available by appointment.

Magee's Auction Services

3400 Route 20 East
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Offering full auction service in Nelson or at your site. visit our webiste for upcoming actions.

Main Street Cooperstown

Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Historic Main Street in Cooperstown is only two blocks long and contains the only traffic light in the village.  Home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Doubleday Field, unique shopping and memorbilia shops, and delectable dining, Main Street also hosts fun family events throughout the summer.

Parking on Main Street is limited.  Consider parking your car and taking the Cooperstown Trolley to your favorite nearby attractions.

Main Street in Cherry Valley

Main Street
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

We are located in the rolling hills of upstate New York, just off US Highway 20. (a designated New York Scenic Byway). Our village is minutes to Cooperstown, the Glimmerglass Opera, Otsego Lake & the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Cherry Valley is a historic village that has become an active artists community. There are specialty shops, museum, cafes, art gallery, fine dining, & numerous historical markers .(many within walking distance) Common amenities, include, grocery, gas, lodging & atm.
Local attractions include the Cherry Valley Museum, The NBT Bank Bldg,(one of the oldest original banks in New York),
the site of the Cherry Valley Massacre (1778), and many historic private residences. The Samuel Morse house (morse code),
the Clyde house, Uplawn, the Campbell Mansion, & Willow Hill. For more information on the massacre of 1778 go to www.historiccherryvalley.com.

Conveniently located on Oneonta's historic Main Street, Main View Gallery exhibits work by studio artists at The Arc Otsego's Center for Self Expression. Artwork, unique hand-crafted items, and other gift merchandise are available for sale year round.

With four exhibits a year opening in March, June, September, and December, there is always something new and exciting happening at Main View Gallery and Studio.

So, stop in. Enjoy the artwork, browse the gift shop, or attend a special event and experience the transformative power of art.

Complete fishing bait and tackle shop for local ponds and reservoirs. Open year round..

Maple Crest Golf Course

1527 Cedarville Road
Frankfort, NY 13340


Public Course with 9 holes.
Maple Valley State Forest

Elmore Road
Westford, NY 13488

(607) 547-4488

Maple Valley State Forest offers 801 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the towns of Westford and Decatur.

Margaret Reaney Memorial Library and Museum

19 Kingsbury Avenue
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Extensive Revolutionary and Civil War displays, period rooms, paintings and bronzes, farm and trade tools and genealogical resources. Open year round. dlamphere@sals.edu Hours: M, T, W, F – 9:30 am – 5pm Sat 9:30 am – noon Th, Sun – Closed
Montgomery County has plentiful public marinas and boat launches along the Mohawk River and Erie Canal. Lock E10 Lower End, ramp, south shore, off Route 5S, 2.5 miles east of Amsterdam Amsterdam Riverlink Park, north shore, Front Street, Amsterdam DEC Launch Amsterdam, hard surface ramp, north shore, off Route 5N one mile east of Amsterdam. Head south past the railroad gate 0.22 miles on Quist Road Port Jackson Launch, Erie Terrace, ramp, south shore, Amsterdam Schoharie Crossing State Launch, concrete ramp, south shore, west of Fort Hunter on 5S at Schoharie Crossing, Town of Glen Canajoharie Riverfront Park, south shore, east of Lock 14 near the Route 10/Church Street bridge DEC Launch Canajoharie, hard surface ramp, south shore, west of Route 10 bridge in Canajoharie DEC Launch Nelliston, hard surface ramp, north shore, off Route 80 in Village of Nelliston. Take Old Station Road south 0.14 miles toward Wastewater Plant Cranesville, south shore, off NY Route 5S, 3.4 miles eastÂ
Masonic Care Community

2150 Bleecker St
Utica, NY 13501

Since 1898, Masonic Care Community has served the Mohawk Valley. Our beautiful campus stands as a testament to the Masonic Fraternity of New York State who have guided and supported our facility for more than 116 years.

Massoud's Tree Farm

9716 Roberts Road
Sauquoit, NY 13456

315-737-5011 or 877-

Cut and You-Cut Christmas Trees, wreaths, balled and burlapped Colorado blue spruce, Austrian and White pines, Balsam and Douglas fir. Call for hours.

Year-round recreation center with views over the Fulton Chain of Lakes to the Adirondack High Peaks. Summer Scenic Chairlift Ride; Best views of Fall foliage; Winter apline and cross country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing trails. Summer and Fall hiking and mountain biking. Playground, picnic areas, chalet and restaurant, music festivals.
Mercer's Dairy

13584 State Route 12
Boonville, NY 13309

Local ice cream and ice cream products, including wine flavors. Facility tours for groups and individuals to view ice cream making process from raw ingredients to finished flavors. Call for tour reservations.

We raise alpacas for their fiber which we process into yarn and roving for knitting and spinning. We carry a variety of alpaca products, many of them handmade. Items sold in our farm and at local events. Open year round by appointment.
Meyda Tiffany

55 Oriskany Boulevard
Yorkville, NY 13495

(315) 768-3706

Middlefield Orchard

2274 State Highway 166
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Middlefield Orchard is home to 10,000 apple trees, 180 peach trees, 400 cherry trees and almost 50 pear trees. Varieties grown at Middlefield Orchard include McIntosh, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Gala, and Fuji, among many others, as well as a variety of berries and pumpkins. The Orchard for "pick-your-own" apple picking starts mid-August and will continue every Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. through October 31. Pick-Your-Own Raspberries season starts mid-June and goes through October 31.

Mierek Meadows Farm

8196 Carmichael Hill Road
Westernville, NY 13486

(315) 827-4920 (315

Naturally tasty beef and pork. Beef sold whole, halves and quarters; pork sold whole and halves. Visitors welcome. Come see the cattle on green grass in the sunshine. Please call ahead.

(607) 343-1398

Milford Central School

42 West Main Street
Milford, NY 13807

Home of the Wildcats!

Milford Central School Mission: To provide all students with the knowledge, skills, and values to become productive participants in a changing world. A caring staff will ensure successful, challenging experiences that will instill a life-long love of learning.

Milford State Forest

State Land Road
Milford, NY 13807

(607) 547-4488

Milford State Forest offers 512 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the towns of Laurens and Milford.

Milford Train Depot

136 East Main Street
Milford, NY 13807

The Cooperstown Blues Express:  Has bands and food every Saturday night.

Miller’s Farm

NYS Route 369
Port Crane, NY 13833

(607) 648-5827

Miller Farms is a 267 acre farm that has been family owned and operated since 1840. We grow a wide array of fresh fruits, crisp vegetables and much more! In addition to our farm, we have a bakery full of delicious home baked goods and handmade ice cream, a nursery abundant with beautiful plants and flowers, a farmers market, seasonal displays, and much MUCH more! July through September 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Closed Sundays U-pick blueberries, beautiful gladiolas.
Mine Kill State Park

161 Mine Kill Road
PO Box 923
North Blenheim, NY 12131

Mine Kill offers a swimming pool complex, swimming lessons, fishing, soccer, volleyball, picnicking, hiking, snowmobiling, x-country skiing. Open year round 7:30 am-dusk..
Mini Horse Farm

2013 Wagners Hollow Road
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Everything is grown as nature intended, no chemicals used. Vegetable and herb plants, strawberries, raspberries and grapes in season. Also available are fresh herbs and garlic, mesclun mix, eggs and flowers. Open April – October 8am-6pm Closed
Mohawk Valley Boat Charters

9512 Capron Rd
Lee Center, NY 13363

Our vessel will cruise/troll/glide around Delta Lake and the Erie Canal. While you are relaxing to the breath-taking sites of the wildlife in its natural form, you will be able to experience a wide range of activities. We board from Bellamy Harbor in Rome and operate from Lock19 Utica as far West as Oneida Lake. We provide historical tours, leisurely boat rides and fishing!

The Mohawk Valley Gateway Overlook is a park over the Mohawk River and Erie Canal that will connect the North and South sides of Amsterdam while celebrating its heritage.
Mohawk Valley Golf Course

6069 State Rte. 5
Little Falls, NY 13365


Public Course with 9 holes. Lessons, Pro Shop and cart rentals available.
Mohawk Valley Produce Auction

840 Fordsbush Road (off Route 80)
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Amish communities from Montgomery County, along with neighboring communities in Otsego County, built a structure to house produce auctions. The auctions provide a venue for large quantity purchasing of local agricultural products. Restaurant owners, retail food stores and consumers are encouraged to bid and purchase their quantity produce needs from these auctions. Fresh vegetable, flowers, shrubs, vegetable plant, and baked goods. Open 11am every Tuesday and Friday
Mohawk Valley Winery

706 Varick Street
Utica, NY 13502

An alluring facade, built with American White Oak, leads to an interior space that embodies both city and winery. Custom stone structures, handcrafted wood, and a view of our tank room forge the sleek backdrop to our artisan wines. The house menu was designed to accompany our lot. Try our custom, wine-infused desserts. The bar and tasting room always offer bottle service, tastings, and wine on tap! Join us at Mohawk Valley Winery, for any occasion, and see the world through our glasses.
Molyneaux's Plantation

217 Sherder Road
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 748-4251

Christmas trees; late November through late December, 8:00 am until dark. Blueberries mid July through early September, 8:00 am until dark. Hayrides available by appointment.
Montezuma Winery

3050 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

Wine tastings and retail shop featuring NY State wines from Montezuma's Finger Lakes vineyards.
Adirondack art and furnishings in the Great Camp style.

Local agricultural products, crafts, and baked goods from vendors located within 25 miles of Morris. The market strives to provide quality products and healthy, affordable food while supporting local community connections, rural lifestyle, and landscape.

Morrisville State College

80 Eaton St.
Morrisville, NY 13408

Morrisville State, a college that leverages the expansive resources of the State University of New York, is a model of innovative, applied education. Located in the center of New York State, the college features hands-on, experiential education where students can refine their entrepreneurial and problem-solving skills in specialized learning labs and true-to-life facilities, many of which are rare or on-of-a-kind in higher education. Choose from more than 80 associate and bachelor degree programs that embrace agriculture, technology, business, social sciences, and the liberal arts.

Morrisville State College Athletics competes in 16 intercollegiate sports and hosts more than 100 events each year on its Madison County campus. Showcasing some outstanding facilities the college is a Division III member of the NCAA and has more than 400 student athletes wearing the Green/White of MSC.

Morrisville State College Dairy Complex

80 Eaton St.
Morrisville, NY 13408

MorrisvilleÕs high-tech dairy complex sits high on a hill overlooking the rest of the campus. Facilities include a freestall barn with an electronically enhanced milking parlor and classrooms connected to dairy cattle management software, two technologically advanced freestall heifer barns, and a calf barn. The college maintains a herd of 405 dairy cows. The college currently has two dairy programs, an associate degree in animal science - dairy and a bachelor degree in dairy management.

Morrisville State College Equine Complex

Swamp and Fearon Rd.
Morrisville, NY 13408

The Morrisville State College Equine Complex is one of the most comprehensive of any college in the nation. The Equine Breeding and Training Center, a 34,000 square-foot breeding and hunter/jumper facility, includes a breeding and foaling barn, hunter/jumper barn, five-stallion barn, a complete breeding laboratory, collection area, laptop classroom and three indoor riding arenas. In addition, the college has an 80-acre Equine Center complete with paddocks, stables, and the only half-mile harness racing track on a college campus in the nation. Additional stables include a draft horse barn with a covered round pen and runouts. The college houses more than 300 horses. The Equine Department conducts an annual yearling sale at the complex which is one of the largest of its kind in the Northeast. It also hosts several clinics each year, conducted by the top professionals in the industry.

Morrisville State College Ice Plex

105 Madison Rd.
Morrisville, NY 13408

A twin-rink facility serving Morrisville State College and the surrounding community. Enjoy public skate, youth and high school hockey games and tournaments, speed and figure skating club activities and learn to skate programs. In addition to ice rinks, the IcePlex features a snack bar, game room party room and pro shop.

The Hospitality Technology Department offers: the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Resort and Recreation Service Management, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Gaming & Casino Management, Travel & Tourism, Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts. All students complete co-ops and internships. A unique feature of the BBA degree is the final semester is spent working with the employer of studentsÕ choice, in a paid capstone experience which prepares them for career success.

We are offering single and double kayak rentals in Cazenovia. We also supply transportation and everything needed for your fun on the water. Group discounts available.

Mosher Farms

3214 Fargo Rd.
Bouckville, NY 13310

In season produce and crafts. Open 2nd week in June through the end of October 9am-6pm.

Mosher Marsh Preserve

262 Manny’s Corners Road
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Ellie Peters donated this 43-acre preserve to Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy in 2008. It includes a natural wetland with several shallow man-made ponds and a small tributary to the Chuctanunda Creek. The site also contains a mix of fields with woods and a historic family cemetery and a loop trail with a 300-foot boardwalk that runs through the wetland. Plant and widlife include marsh marigolds, bloodroot flowers, a beaver lodge and dam, four “potholes” (shallow bodies of water) designed to attract wood ducks. The marsh is open from dawn to dusk. Parking access. A kiosk near the parking area details the marsh plant life and the history of the land dating back to the Revolutionary War.

Mt. Hope features; 65 acres of land for fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, and camping. Mt. Hope was home to OneidaÕs first swimming hole back in the 1940Õs and 1950Õs.

Mountain Greenery

3014 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13472

Fresh cut flowers, plants, mountain art and crafts, and distinctive clothing highlighting the Mountain Lifestyle.

This 3,090-acre forest includes diverse terrains and habitats. In fact, the forest, along with neighboring Three Springs and Mariposa State Forests, is home to more than 100 species of birds, more than a dozen reptiles and amphibians and more than 50 mammals. Watch for blue-winged warblers, northern goshawks, white-winged crossbills, red spotted newts, pickerel frogs, red foxes, southern fling squirrels and porcupines.

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

310 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 797-0000

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute has earned a distinguished reputation for offering world-class performing arts to Central New York audiences. Our Performing Arts Division presents events year-round, featuring international soloists and ensembles, rising stars, cinema, concerts with commentary, outdoor festival performances, children’s programs, educational activities, and special events. Located in the heart of New York State, MWPAI has long been the region’s leading cultural organization.

For more than 70 years, the finest international soloists and ensembles have been featured in our Great Artists Series. Since its inception, the Great Artists Series has been the region’s premier concert presentation. Celebrated artists who have performed over the years include legends Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, James Galway, The Vienna Choir Boys, and The London City Opera. The combination of exceptional performances and the

Murdock & Murdock Gallery

117 E Main Street
Milford, NY 13807

(607) 286-9941

Artwork from accomplished artists ranging from the old masters to contemporaries. American and European paintings, bronze, marble and Tiffany lamps are also sold through the gallery.

This museum covers over two thousand years of history. Here you can see: (1) an ancient Egyptian mummy (2) early Native American tools (3) extinct and rare birds (4) 18th, 19th, & 20th century artifacts including locally-made implements (5) fine Native American beadwork (6) old and rare books, maps and paintings depicting the area. The museum is open 9am-9pm Monday through Friday; 10am-5pm Saturdays; closed Sundays. No admission charge.

A renowned art collection, fascinating exhibitions, and education programs for all ages are presented in a landmark 1960 International-style building designed by Philip Johnson and in historic Fountain Elms, a superbly restored 1850 Italianate mansion.

In 1962 Architectural Forum magazine cited the Johnson building as one of 10 new structures around the world that contributed significantly to the art of architecture during the decade. The Johnson building and Fountain Elms are connected by a new Museum Education Wing that opened in 1995.

The art collection features more than 25,000 Americans; 20th and 21th-century paintings, drawings, sculptures, 19th-century decorative arts, photographs, European paintings, and European and Asian works on paper. There are works in the collection by Copley, Dali, Frankenthaler, Kandinsky, Mondrian, O'Keefe, Picasso, Pollock, Prendergast, Rothenberg, Stella and Whistler. Also featured is the popular "Voyage of Life" series by Thomas Cole.

Myers Performance Morgans

746 Colesville Road
Binghamton, NY 13904

Myers Performance Morgans is an active carrier based in Binghamton, New York. Its fleet predominantly consists of trucks and tractors. It runs a highly localized operation and is one of the smallest-scale firms of its type, employing only 1 driver and recording just 82,467 miles for its 1 vehicle. It has no safety rating on file. Also note that it has no recordable crashes on file for 2015.
NEPPA Hatchery and The Pasture

660 Fordsbush Road
Fort Plain, NY 12070

Garlic: German white and Spanish roja; spring and fall greens (grown in high tunnels). Open August-November. Special tours can be arranged, please call ahead. Small scale hatchery offering Cornish Cross, Red Sex-Linked layer and Broad-Breasted White day-old chicks and turkey poults by mail or pickup.
NYALA Farm Alpacas

104 Rockwell Road
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 785-8226

Nyala Farm is a family farm that raises fiber animals, Alpacas, Wensleydale Sheep, satin angora rabbits and Jacob sheep. We sell livestock, felted products, fiber, wool, roving and yarn. We give felting and dyeing workshops. Please call for appointment View live Alpacas. Products available for sale; Alpaca fiber, Alpaca cria (baby Alpacas), Angora rabbits.  Needle felting lessons.
The New York State Canalway Trail System is one of the most extensive trail networks in the country, comprising a network of more than 260 miles of existing multi-use, recreational trails across upstate New York, major segments of which are adjacent to the waterways of the NYS Canal System or the remnants of the Old Erie Canal. Montgomery County hosts part of the Mohawk-Hudson Bikeway – a 60-mile Trail along the Erie Canal and Mohawk River between St. Johnsville and Waterford, which connects with the 36-mile Old Erie Canal State Park Trail in Central New York; the 100-mile Erie Canal Heritage Trail in Western New York; and the eight-mile Glens Falls Feeder Canal Heritage Trail in the foothills of the Adirondacks near Lake George. In addition, there are smaller segments of Canalway Trail. Many sections of the Mohawk-Hudson segment were built on former grades of the 19th-century Erie Canal towpath. The trail is continuous except for a segment between Rotterdam Juncti

(607) 221-7975

Nail Creek Pub & Brewery

720 Varick Street
Utica, NY 13501

We opened our doors in early 2008 with the intent of bringing craft beer to the Mohawk Valley. At that time, most people said that the areas citizens didn't want craft beer. They told us that nobody would buy it. Luckily we proved them wrong! Business has been great and 99% of the beer we sell is pure, delicious, craft beer.

We do not support the mass produced, watered down, flavorless beer that has dominated the industry for so many years. It is with great pleasure that we can observe a growing trend in the beer market that is leaning in the direction of craft brewing. Craft brews are still far way behind in market share but none the less, that market share is growing and that makes us very happy.

The selection of craft beers available at Nail Creek Pub is the best in the Mohawk Valley. Approximately 75-100 bottled beers are available as well as 12 drafts that rotate to keep things fresh.

We here at Nail Creek Pub and Brewery like to sit down at a table with some

Nanticoke Gardens

1543 Union Center
Maine Hwy, Route 26 North
Endicott, NY 13760

Since 1973, Nanticoke Gardens has been the area’s premier grower of high quality bedding plants and poinsettias. We look forward to seeing you!
Nathaniel Cole Park

1674 Colesville Road
Harpursville, NY 13787

Athletic Field Beach Boating - Rental Canoeing - Rental Cross Country Fishing Guide Hiking Horseshoes Ice Fishing Lake/Pond Picnic Snack Bar Snow Shoes Softball Swimming Volleyball

The National Abolition Hall of fame and Museum is situated in the buildingÊ in which the inaugural meeting of the New York State Antislavery Society met in 1835. NAHOF has exhibits on the abolitionist inductees to the Hall of Fame, the history of American Abolition, and Female Abolitionists, displays of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation and the Empire State in the Civil War, and DVD + Scrapbook resources. NAHOF is open May-September (Saturday and Sunday 1-5pm), for special events, and by appointment.

National Baseball Hall of Fame

25 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016

As the hallowed home of America's pastime, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum highlights the Cooperstown experience, as every fan's "Field of Dreams." An independent, non-profit educational institution, the Hall of Fame and Museum fosters a deeper appreciation of baseball and its place in history through interactive exhibits and special events. Visit year-round or during special events like the 2016 Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and discover the Hall's magic. 

Discover the Hall of Fame's Exhibits

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's crowning jewel is the Plaque Gallery, where visitors will discover all 310 Hall of Fame members' bronze plaques honoring their achievements. Featuring more than 60,000 square feet of exhibit space to display countless treasures from baseball's glorious past, there's pl

National Distance Running Hall of Fame

114 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

We are moving. Our mailing address: PO Box 512

Please check back.

National Shrine of Kateri Tekakwitha

3628 St Hwy 5
Fonda, NY 12068

The first Native American saint in North America, Kateri Tekakwitha, lived in Caughnawaga (present-day Fonda) from 1666, when she was ten years old, until 1677, when she fled on foot to Kahnawake, a Christian village in Quebec, Canada, to live the remaining three years of her life. Kateri was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1980. In 2012, Pope Benedict XVI approved the second miracle needed for Kateri to be named a Roman Catholic saint (the 2006 healing of a boy using relics from Kateri’s grave and prayers for her intercession.) She was canonized as a patron saint of the environment and ecology by Benedict XVI at Saint Peter’s Basilica in 2012. Her shrine includes a rustic chapel in an 18th-century Dutch barn and displays of artifacts from the only fully excavated Mohawk village of that era. Nearby flows the holy spring in which she was baptized. Many pilgrims claim cures after drawing its crystal clear water and praying through the intercessio
Natural Bridge Farm

778 State Highway 67 East
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Bedding and vegetable plants, hanging baskets, geraniums, sweet corn, tomatoes, squash, beans, cucumbers, pumpkins and gourds. Natural bridge on premises. Open spring, summer and fall 9am-6pm.
Neahwa Park in Oneonta

Neahwa Place
Oneonta, NY 13820

Neahwa Park Presents:  Baseball, softball, football, soccer games.  They have  pavilion's, pond, bathrooms, large playground, basketball court, swimming pool just to name a few.  Neahwa Park is the home of The Outlaw baseball team.  Special events through out the seasons.


449 Nellis Rd.
Fort Plain, NY 12070

(518) 993-2978

Dairy Farm established in 1723. Call for hours
Nelliston Historic District

Nelliston, NY 13410

Nelliston Historic District is a national historic district including 56 contributing buildings. It encompasses three of Nelliston’s residential streets developed between 1860 and 1890. It also includes the area along the railroad tracks containing two freight houses and the 1902 railroad station. Notable residential structures include the Abram Nellis Mansion, a brick 2-story Italianate style dwelling dated to the 1860s. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Nelson Farms

3261 Route 20
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Nelson Farms is a food incubator, FDA certified shared use kitchen, and New York State specialty retail store. We offer consulting services for new food product development and value added opportunities for agriculture producers. Businesses and individuals may produce their own product via our shared use kitchen or private label a current Nelson Farms product. Over 500 Pride of New York products may be purchased at the Nelson Farms Country Store.

Nelson Odeon

4035 Nelson Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

The historic Nelson Grange building converted into the Nelson Odeon, a renovated small community-minded center for performances, nestled in the scenic rolling hills to the east of Syracuse. Along with promoting local music from across upstate New York, one of the OdeonÕs main missions is in bringing well respected regional, national, and international acts to the Central New York area to play for music lovers and music discoverers alike.

Nelson Swamp Unique Area

Stone Quarry Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

The Nelson Swamp Unique Area is located in the west central section of Madison County within the Townships of Nelson, Cazenovia and Fenner. Nelson Swamp is an exhibit of unique and uncommon environmental values within the rapidly changing landscape of Central New York. The 0.7-mile Nelson Swamp Interpretive Trail provides opportunities for people with disabilities to access a northern white cedar swamp and learn about its natural and cultural history.

New Berlin Farmer's Market

Homestead Pet & Farm Supply
Genesee St.
New Berlin, NY 13411

(607) 847-8635

New Lisbon Town Hall

908 County Road 16
Garrattsville, NY 13342

The Town of New Lisbon was first settled around 1775.  Just over 1,000 people reside in New Lisbon.

The Town Hall houses the town board, clerk, highway department, town justice, planning board, assessor and appointed officials. 

New York Art Collection

A Private Art Gallery By appointment only

(607) 759-0058

New York Power Authority

1378 State Route 30
PO Box 898
North Blenheim, NY 12131-0898

Public utility; operates visitor center and Lansing Manor Museum. Displays and interactive exhibits on energy, electricity and the environment. Interpretive wetlands area and displays on the visitor center property.
Nichols Pond County Park

Nichols Pond Rd.
Canastota, NY 13032

Set on the historic site of an Oneida Indian Village and recognized as the site of the 1615 Champlain-Oneida Battleground. There are 45 acres with nature trails for hiking and winter activities, an observation deck overlooking a wetland habitat, interpretive signs, pavilions and a picnic site with grills. The park is a great location to observe the Fenner Wind Power Project.

Nightingales Maple Farm

4888 Jersey Hill Rd
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Cliff and Sally Nightingale make and bottle 100% pure New York State maple syrup, maple cream, candy, fudge, and jelly. Each year two weekends in March are designated as Maple Weekend, a special open house where the public is invited to come and see how we make maple syrup. Farm tours. Call for hours.
Visit "an oasis in the wilderness at Beaver River". At the Norridgewock Hotel we are known for our remote location, summer water and mountain sports, spectaculer fall foliage and winter snowmobiling. We are a rustic lodge, run by the Thompson family for five generations.
North Star Orchards

Route 233
Westmoreland, NY 13490

We will be fully stocked with perennials, annuals, mulches and more for all your gardening needs. In no time, strawberries, peaches, raspberries, peas, beans and sweet corn will all be ripe. We carry a large selection of fresh produce perfect for your summer picnics. Start a family tradition and enjoy our u-pick blueberries in the fields out back. While you're here stop and smell the aroma of fresh baked goods from our on-site bakery. Enjoy a piece of apple cider cake or and oatmeal cookie while you have your Green Mountain coffee. It's Apple Time! We welcome you to our orchards where you will find fresh crisp apples.Let us do the picking for you or experience picking on your own. When you return, enjoy a fresh donut with a warm cup of spiced cider. Pumpkins, hay bales, Indian Corn and scare crows are just a few of the items that set the mood for fall. Whether you spend your time in our corn maze or watch cider being made, it is all right here at North Star Orchards. And be sure to sav
Seasonal U Pick Fruit and Vegetable Stand. We accept cash, check, credit or debit Mid-June through end of October Please call for hours and availability U-pick fruits and vegetables.
Currently over 160 vehicles on display. Informative videos, period fasions, and more enhance themuseum experience. Exhibit has the largest collection of Franklin Cars in the world.
Norwich Family YMCA

68-70 North Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Offers day passes for use of the facility
Norwich Skate Park

Borden Avenue
Norwich, NY 13815


Rollerblading and skateboard park use at no charge
NuWaka Shirts and Shows

732 Vestal Parkway East
Suite 2
Vestal, NY 13850

11:00 am - 5:00pm Sunday and Monday 11:00 am - 7:00 pm Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Friday and Saturday Create your own custom shirt design, print it, embellish it and model on our runway.  Great family fun for boys and girls of all ages!
Oakdale Evergreens Farm

1502 Oakdale Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 729-3252

Douglas Fir, Concolor, Fraser, Pine and Spruce. Sizes up to 18’
Oakdale Mall

74 Oakdale Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 798-9388

Anchored by: Sears, J.C. Penney, the Bon-Ton, Macy’s, and Burlington Coat Factory. Other stores include: Abercrombie & Fitch, Aeropostale, American Eagle, Bath and Body Works, Deb, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Hollister, NY & Company, Victoria’s Secret, Yankee Candle, and many more. There are also several restaurants in the Mall and nearby. Just outside the Oakdale Mall are Gander Mountain, Raymour & Flannigan Furniture, The Christmas Tree Shop, Party City and Petco.
Oakwood Manor Horse Stable

673 East Hill Rd
Binghamton, NY 13901

Oakwood Manor is a private stable specializing in one-on-one attention to our horses and our students. Located just outside of Binghamton, New York, Oakwood Manor offers English, Western and barrel racing training and lessons for beginner through advanced riders. Oakwood Manor is also the proud home of Nexavar, a proven barrel and performance horse sire by Bully Bullion.
The only store in the Southern Tier that exclusively sells food & products from Greater Binghamton’s farmers and artisans. Items include: Fresh produce (in season); homemade jams & jellies; hand canned good; handmade soaps; Eco-friendly cleaning products; locally farm raised meats; NY maple syrup and honey; organic dairy products; and many more local treasures.
Old Erie Canal State Park

Lakeport Rd.
Chittenango, NY 13037

(315) 687-7821

The towpath runs the entire length of the county and provides opportunities for fishing, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and canoeing. The forested land adjacent to the canal is a mixture of hardwoods and conifers and is home to many species of wildlife.

Old Forge Farmer's Market

Park Avenue
Old Forge, NY 13420

Fridays 2-6pm adjacent to Old Forge Hardware, featuring local and regional produce, meat and Adirondack food items.
Old Forge Hardware

104 Fulton St
Old Forge, NY 13420

"The Adirondacks Most General Store" is the oldest store in Old Forge, and has grown to offer everything imaginable and some things not yet thought of by anyone. It is a destination unto itself. So much more than a store; a tour of all things Adirondack.
Historic Steamboat Cruises from Old Forge Lakefront through the Fulton Chain of Lakes. Also onboard entertainment and dinner cruises. For another historic tour, ride the daily mailboat cruises which still provides mail service to lakefront residents.
Old Forge Lake Cruises, Inc.

116 Steamboat Landing & State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

Cruising. It's what we do! Sightseeing, kids cruises, heritage cruises, fireworks, operating mailboat cruise... and there's an elegant and sumptuous Sunday Brunch Cruise waiting just for you.

Old Fort Johnson

Junction of Route 5 and Route 67 in Fort Johnson
Fort Johnson, NY 12070

Old Fort Johnson, the 1749 fortified limestone home of Sir William Johnson, is representative of the best of colonial architecture. No other home of a prominent New York citizen of the colonial period has survived so untouched by the changes of style and time. This National Historic Landmark is owned and operated by the Montgomery County Historical Society, a private, non-profit organization established to collect and preserve Mohawk Valley history. It is the Society’s intent to present the Fort as close to the way it was during Sir William’s lifetime as can now be determined. Most furnishings are contemporary to Johnson’s time, and a number of items are from the Johnson family. The Fort also houses exhibits that include a collection of Native American artifacts focusing on the Mohawk Valley; the Betsey Reynolds Voorhees room, which articulates the life and times of a prominent 19th-century lady; the attic, which holds pieces tha
Old Grist Mill

1679 Mill Road
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

This 3-story old grist mill constructed in 1835 of limestone has three secret rooms below the basement floor that were used as waiting rooms for the Underground Railroad. Each night when it was dark, the water to the 30-foot waterwheel was turned off and the 3-foot square, 1,000-foot long tunnel became an escape route for fleeing slaves. The grist mill is used as an ice cream and billiards parlor in a complex of historic vacation cottages overlooking a stone-encased natural gorge. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Old McMarley's Apple Farm

8023 Brimfield Street
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-2179

Seasonal farm stand and store. 40 Varieties of apples. Tomatoes, peppers, cabbage. Pumpkins, melons, sweet corn winter squash and cider. Call for hours.

From its beginnings as an informal historical society in 1959, the Middlefield Historical Association has developed a local history museum and community center, a program series ranging from craft demonstrations to community festivals, and a growing collection of artifacts, printed materials, and photographs relating to the history of the Town of Middlefield.

Old Path Farm

9148 Butler Road
Sauquoit, NY 13456

(315) 542-7259

A 1772 church fortified in 1777 and attacked in 1880 during the Revolutionary War. Now a museum for over 120 years. Thousands of artifacts in six historic buildings include a fire engine built before George Washington was born. Open May - October. Many events throughout the year. 145 Fort Road, Schoharie 518-295-7192 www.theoldstonefort.org
Old and Everlasting

1826 Ballina Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

A peaceful store in a picturesque setting delightfully blended with lovely home goods and a charming selection of women's clothing and accessories. Open Thursday through Saturday 10-4 Sunday 12-4 early March through December.

On Point Productions

67 Court Street
2nd Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 773-7850

On Point Productions is a full service advertising agency and production house. On Point specializes in audio/video production, media buying, and brand management for commercial and nonprofit clients. The company was established in 1998 by Damien J Cornwell. In 2003 an all new facility was constructed. With the ability and expertise to produce and record high quality audio and video for commercials, public service announcements, sporting events and all genres of music On Point Productions has gained a reputation for producing a high quality product. On Point Productions is also home to urban contemporary radio station WJOB 93.3 FM.

A year round vendor mall offering new and gently used treasures; jewelry fashion accessories, home dŽcor, refinished furniture and quality antiques. You will also find ÒPride of New YorkÓ products and local crafts. Only minutes from the Thruway!

Oneida Community Mansion House is a National Historic Landmark and the reformed residence of the utopian Oneida Community (1848-1880). The historic site comprises four nineteenth century buildings situated on 33 acres of landscaped lawns and gardens. The Mansion House also provides overnight hotel lodging with nine period-furnished rooms.

Oneida Community Mansion House

170 Kenwood Avenue
Oneida, NY 13421

The Oneida Community Mansion House, built in stages between 1862 and 1914, was the home of the 19th century utopian Oneida Community, founded in 1848 as a communitarian experiment. For thirty three years, the religiously-based Community challenged contemporary social practices regarding work, property, gender roles, child rearing, and marriage.
Numbering more than 300 members at its peak in the late 1870s, the Community nonetheless was subject to external and internal tensions and disbanded in 1880, forming a joint-stock corporation out its communal assets. That company, Oneida Community Ltd., achieved world-wide recognition in the early 20th century for its silverware, produced in Sherrill, NY.
The Oneida Community Mansion House is a National Historic Landmark and provides guided tours, public programs, exhibits and resources for scholars and students on 19th and early 20th century life. The main building is wheelchair accessible and open th

Oneida County History Center

1608 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

The OCHC website, www.oneidacountyhistory.org, is an excellent place to start your tour of the greater Mohawk Valley. Our site in constantly updated and contains information about Oneida County's pioneers and events, locations, and historic buildings.Links to other area historical resources are also included.

Welcome to the Oneida County History Center website, your online history place. Explore the rich heritage of the Mohawk Valley with us; get to know your ancestors who settled here, or research our growth from the Erie Canal to the New York State Thruway. Tour our exhibits to get a look at the people, products, and industries that shaped who we are now. See our list of special programs, featuring guest speakers on topics ranging from the Battle of Oriskany to Mohawk Valley sports.

Looking for something special? Since 1876 the Center has collected artifacts that tell the story not just of Oneida County, but of our nation since before the American Revolution. These inc

Oneida County Public Market

1st & Main Streets, Union Station
Utica, NY 13501

In Bagg’s Square, Utica’s first neighborhood , the Oneidea County Public Market has helped bring new life to Union Station’s REA wing. Visit this vibrant and diverse market every Saturday from 9am-1pm. mid-May through October.

Continue to enjoy the holiday and winter markets inside Union Station in the historic Main Lobby every Saturday, November through April.

Established as an economic development initiative of  Count Executive Anthony Picente, Jr. in 2011, the Oneida County Public Market puts fresh seasonal produce and locally made products on your family’s table year-round. Go to www.Oneidacountymarket.com or www.facebook.com/oneidacountymarket for more information.

OneidaÕs premiere florist. Experts in the art of expression. Unusual and uique floral artistry, distinctive giftware. Committed to our community. Located across from the historic Kallet Civic Center.

Oneida Lake

Route 31 follows the south shore
Bridgeport, NY 13030

(800) 684-7320

Oneida Lake, a remnant of Lake Iroquois, a huge body of water that formed nearly 12,000 years ago when, as the ice age ended, a glacier dammed the St. Lawrence River flooding much of Central New York. Excellent fishing, sailing, boating, ice fishing and snowmobiling can be found in or around the lake. Public and private boat launches, marinas and dockage, boat rentals, gas, bait, tackle, fishing derbies, ice fishing shanty rentals and guides available.

Oneida Public Library

220 Broad Street
Oneida, NY 13421

Oneida Public Library (OPL), a member of the Mid-York Library System, is chartered by New York State to serve the residents of the OPL Special Legislature District, which is coextensive with the Oneida City School District. Its mission is to provide free-of-charge books and other library resources, information, cultural enrichment and community space for all itsÕ districtÕs people. The OPL regularly sponsors and hosts musical, artistic, cultural and historical programs for both adults and children.

Oneonta Concert Association, the area's oldest concert association, continues to offer area concertgoers world-class programs in chamber music, dance, jazz, and orchestra at an affordable price. Recent performers include Grammy award-winning jazz bassist Ron Carter and his trio, Scotland's "Folk Band of the Year" Battlefield Band, Grammy award-winning violinist Mark O'Connor, and New York's Taylor 2 Dance Company. Free school workshops, master classes, demonstrations, pre-concert lectures, and other educational sessions are offered in addition to concerts.

Single tickets are $25 for adults/$6 for students. Ticket outlets are located at The Green Toad Bookstore (198 Main Street, Oneonta) and The Eighth Note Music Store (10 South Main Street, Oneonta).

Live music, fresh produce, herbs, crafts, and more. In addition to seasonal fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants, all natural and pure maple syrup products are available from Otsego County Maple Producers.

Oneonta Festivals On Main Street

Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Festival On Main Street in Oneonta:  Come one come all to the Festival in Muller Plaza on Main Street.

Oneonta Outlaws

15 James Georgeson Avenue
PO Box 608
Oneonta, NY 13820

The Oneonta Outlaws is a summer baseball team for the top college players across the country. Participating in the New York Collegiate Baseball League, the organization ranks among the top in the nation, winning their first league championship in 2006, and again in 2011. After spending 6 years in Saratoga, the formerly known Saratoga Phillies are excited to be a part of the Oneonta community and look forward to continuing their winning tradition in Oneonta. The team is now "100% local" having been purchased by Gary Laing from Oneonta in late 2012.  Currently, Steve Pindar is the President/GM, and Joe Hughes is the head coach.

Oneonta Sports Park

132 County Highway 47
Oneonta, NY 13820

Oneonta Sports Park has something for the entire family!

  • A driving range with 300 yards of spacious greens, offering a sun-up to sun-down opportunity to practice your golf swing
  • An 18-hole Pro-Am mini-golf course, containing a walk-through grotto-style waterfall hole and numerous streams throughout the course
  • A 9-hole par 3 golf course, featuring 18 different tee boxes to ensure a unique golfing experience
  • A baseball batting arena
  • A disc golf course
  • Sand horseshoes

Come and enjoy the outdoors!

Oneonta Theatre

47 Chestnut Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Originally established in 1897 as a state-of-the-art Vaudeville playhouse, the Oneonta Theatre reopened in 2010 as a lovingly restored venue for national and local touring musicians, theatrical productions, films and more. The Oneonta Theatre has created an atmosphere of friendly elegance, where internationally-known musicians feel as comfortable as each member of the audience.

Tickets for events happening at the Oneonta Theatre can be purchased online at Frontgate Tickets (http://www.frontgatetickets.com/), or by phone at 607/965-6032 (ask for Brenda). Tickets for all main-stage shows are also available for purchase in person at the following locations:

  • Oneonta Theatre Box Office, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta
  • The Music Square, Clinton Plaza, Main St., Oneonta
  • The Eighth Note Music Store, 10 South Main St., Oneonta
  • The Green Toad Book Store, 198 Main St., Oneonta

Open Farm Day is your chance to visit working farms and meet local farmers. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy farm tours and demonstrations, animals, product tastings and more! This event is free of charge and will be held on July 30, 2016 from 10am to 4pm.

Orazio Salati Studio & Gallery

204 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 772-6725

"I have always had a love for Abstract Expressionism. The freedom of movement, the use of color, and the textural quality has always appealed to me. Abstractions are currently my expression. One style I often use is known as Photo Peinture, a term introduced in the mid 1860’s at the salons and the Royal Academy in France. This technique includes painting over photo-images fixed on canvas.In the process my photographs are joined to the canvas and then the entire painting is completed through a blending of colors, a creation of textural surfaces, and, sometimes camouflaging the photograph. The photographs are taken on-location as well as in my studio. It is always interesting to see people take a “second glance” at my paintings to see if their eyes have deceived them. I welcome you to my Studio and Gallery in Binghamton , NY to view my work or to simply visit and chat about art and history and life."
Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site

7801 State Route 69
Oriskany, NY 13424

Through a partnership between the National Park Service and the New York State Office Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, national park rangers provide daily visitor services as well as special programs at the battlefield. For more information about upcoming events, please call Fort Stanwix National Monument at (315)338-7730 visit the Fort Stanwix web page at www.nps.gov/fost

Oriskany Museum

420 Utica Street
Oriskany, NY 13424

Orpheus Theatre

31 Maple Street
P.O. Box 1014
Oneonta, NY 13820

607/432-1800; 607/432-9392 for box offic

Orpheus Theatre celebrates over 25 years of artistic excellence! Offering three different presentations annually, as well as special events and workshops!

Otsego Bicycles

74 Water Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

The most established bicycle shop in the Greater Oneonta area, Otsego Bicycles is an excellent resource for cyclists of all abilities. The friendly, knowledgeable staff offers scheduled road rides, tour guides for trail riding and much more. As long-time Oneontans, the owner and staff gladly share unusual insights to Oneonta/Otsego County that make visits very memorable. Fully-equipped for expert repairs and maintenance. Specialized bicycles for sale.

Otsego County Fairgrounds

469 Mills Road
Morris, NY 13808

Otsego County Fairgrounds:  The fairgrounds are located in Morris and have many different events throughout the spring, summer and fall. 

Otsego Land Trust

101 Main Street, Pioneer Alley
P.O. Box 173
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Otsego Land Trust preserves the distinctive rural character of the Otsego Region in Central New York by maintaining the natural and cultural legacy handed down through generations. OLT protects healthy lands and clean waters by working with private landowners to legally conserve their lands into perpetuity and by acquiring lands to open to the public. OLT maintains several Conservation Areas, where the public is welcome to engage in quiet, unobtrusive nature observation and low-impact recreational activities such as walking, hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.

Otsiningo Park

1 Otsiningo Park
Binghamton, NY 13901

Athletic Field Biking Cross Country Fishing Guide Hiking Lake/Pond Picnic Snack Bar Snow Shoes Softball Volleyball
Scenically located along the Chenango River, this Broome County park provides a paved bicycle and pedestrian path and is located off of Bevier Street. Otsiningo got its name from the Indians who once lived there, it was the site of an Indian village in the 18th century. The north entrance of Otsiningo Park is located behind the Northgate Plaza. It has a level loop trail that connects to the park, located to the south. From Binghamton take I-81 North to Exit 5 (Front Street). Turn left at the traffic signal onto Front Street (US Route 11 South). Turn left at the first traffic signal onto Bevier Street. Otsiningo Park is immediately on the left.
Our Farm

1590 Peth Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

For over 30 years, Our Farm has offered schools and families farm activities including a corn maze, horse rides, hay rides, U-pick pumpkins, a petting zoo and Boris-the giant pumpkin throwing catapult. Our Farm has recently become a premier venue for weddings and other events. Beautiful flower gardens and picturesque settings provide the perfect backdrop for your special day!ÊIf using GPS put our address in as 1590 Peth Rd., Manlius.

OurSpace at Rec Park

58-78 Beethoven Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 772-7017

OurSpace is revitalizing a 4 acre parcel of the City of Binghamton’s Recreation Park with a plan that is designed to appeal to individuals of all ages, abilities and needs, from a child with Downs Syndrome, to a war veteran looking for a quiet space, from a family with three young children to an elderly couple. A flowing smooth surface pathway welcomes visitors of all abilities throughout the park's many delights. The ramps and playground equipment are perfect for all generations to explore. This multi-generational playground expands the concept of play to beyond the boundaries of ability and age. Highlighting the project is an accessible playground that captures the local architecture and history. From the famous "Link Trainer" to the Lackawanna Train Station, the 5-12 playground is fully accessible at all levels. The toddler playground invites the imagination and travel with a locomotive and canal boat feature. Toddler swings also include a "Generations" swing where adults can

Out Front Show Field, over 150 vendors, showers and clean bathrooms, park like setting. Hosting June and August shows. Call John Mancino for spaces or information 315-427-5094.

Oxbow Falls County Park

6919 Oxbow Rd.
Canastota, NY 13032

This county park is set on 125 acres of woodland, streams, and rugged terrain with a beautiful 100 foot waterfall. Located on the northern edge of the Helderberg Escarpment, it offers panoramic views stretching across Oneida Lake to Lake Ontario. Enjoy the ball field, hiking trails and New York State's only 18 hole disc golf course.

Oxford Farmer's Market

On the Park
Oxford, NY 13720

(607) 843-2512


Village of Chittenango
Chittenango, NY 13037



p>Chittenango the birthplace of ""Oz"" takes pride in honoring our native son L. Frank Baum and in celebrating the classic film the ""Wizard of Oz"" as well as ""all things Oz"". Join us for our annual festival the first weekend of June. In addition to his many ""Oz"" books Baum also wrote other children's stories. His most famous book the ""Wonderful Wizard of Oz"" was made into the 1939 MGM classic film the ""Wizard of Oz"". /p>

Pail•Shop Vineyards opened in 2014 to offer locally grown, small-batch wine in a unique and beautiful setting. We are located on the corner of Goose Street and Route 28 in Fly Creek, New York; just a five minute drive from Cooperstown. Our goal is to create distinctive and delicious wines from grapes that will grow well in our area. We currently focus on Traminette, a cold-hearty hybrid of the German grape Gewürztraminer. Our tasting list includes white, red and rosé wines ranging from dry to moderately sweet.

Pail•Shop Vineyards' tasting room provides a warm, welcoming experience and a friendly introduction to our product. Visitors stand around our handmade wooden bar, sample our unique snacks and chocolates, and shop our carefully chosen selection of foods and wine-related items. In the warmer weather we offer outdoor tasting, picnic tables and an invitation to relax with a glass of wine in the vineyard while e

Palatine Bridge Freight House

East of Palatine Bridge on NY 5

Palatine Bridge Freight House is a historic freight depot in a rectangular limestone building constructed in the mid-1850s. It measures 300 feet long and is a fine example of a mid 19th century storage house. It has a low slope gable roof with overhanging eaves. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
Palatine Church

East of Palatine Bridge on NY 5
Nelliston, NY 13410

A beautiful stone church built by the Palatine Lutherans in 1770, the Palatine Church is a small, rectangular, one-story structure with massive stone walls. It features a traditional meetinghouse plan. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Open by appointment.
Palatine Valley Dairy

Route 5
Nelliston, NY 13410

Cheddar cheese, flavored cheddar cheese, fresh & flavored cheese curd. The only cheddar plant in Northeast, with 25 flavors of cheddar. Store features local and state producers. Store and plant open to the public. Tours can be scheduled to view the cheese-making process. Open all year, Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm.
Pangaea’s Puddle Ski School

392 Mahr Road
Canajoharie, NY 13317

Pangaea Puddle has two 2,000-foot man-made lakes for water-skiing training and events, plus soccer fields, trap shooting and an event pavilion. Both lakes are record-capable with judging towers and slalom and jump video installed. The lake bottoms contain quite a bit of clay, so silt is present and the water provides a soft skiing experience.
Parkway Plaza

3208 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 729-0284

Includes major chains: Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Lane Bryant, Men’s Wearhouse, Outback Steakhouse, Pet Smart and Target.

100 Utica St.
Hamilton, NY 13346

Parry's, Hamilton's Modern Day General Store, is a unique store with practical items (full line hardware store), but also a destination for locally produced items. Also a member of Pride of New York offering grass-fed beef, organic eggs, honey & maple, and more. Hand crafted items include pens, pencils, soap, aprons, hand-knitted baby outfits, etc. Bass Pro sporting goods and live bait available. Open 7 days a week!

The partnership for Community Development (PCD) is an enterprising non-profit 501c3 community development corporation whose service area comprises the Village and Town of Hamilton. Established in 1998, the PCD works closely with our partners; the Village of Hamilton, the Town of Hamilton and Colgate University to enhance sustainable economic opportunities and foster community vitality by seeking new and existing resources to launch and manage robust, imaginative community-based projects.

Pastel Perspectives Studio & Gallery

21 Wilcox Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

The new York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network will promote New York cultural heritage attractions and venues so that interest and excitement will drive people to visit, be entertained, educated and purchase various product and gifts, this aiding in job creation, tax support and an increased appreciation for the unique culture and heritage present in New York State. The New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network history began in 2009 when a small number of cultural heritage attractions in Central New York visited with a local receptive tour operator to help the attractions increase tourism visitation. That one meeting of nine people began what would become simply "The Network". The first committee formed was for education and in 2010 The Network held its first symposium in conjunction with Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. Additional educational seminars quickly followed in each succeeding year and was spread across the State from Albany to Buffalo. Through an email communication
Patterson Pond

Endwell, NY 13760

Fudge, 13 varieties of apples, cider, pumpkins, potatoes, cheese, honey and more. U-pick and ready picked apples. Open September to December, Monday to Sunday 10am-6pm.
Pawling Hall

86 Pawling Street
Hagaman, NY 12086

Pawling Hall is an historic meeting hall built in 1891. Its simple two-story, brick masonry frame features an Italianate gable roof. It incorporates a meeting hall, small performance stage and village government offices. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
Perri Hart Studio

67 Broad Street
Johnson City, NY 13790

Located in the former school house of the Home for Destitute Children of Madison County. Memorabilia about Peterboro and the Smith familyÕs colorful history related to abolition, the Underground Railroad, womenÕs rights, soccer, and Holstein-Friesian cows. Open Sundays 2pm-4pm, June through September or by appointment. Handicapped accessible.

Pharsalia WMA - the oldest WMA in New York State - has some of the largest blocks of forest in the region and supports a diversity of birds and other species which prefer such habitat. It is one of the few areas of the state outside the Adirondacks or Catskills that has breeding Swainson's thrush. In addition, Pharsalia WMA contains multiple impoundments providing habitats ranging from open water to wet meadow, and grassland areas ranging from small forest openings to ten-plus acres.
Pheasant Farm Antiques

7 Foundry Street
Greene, NY 13778


Phelps Mansion Museum

191 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Tours: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tours leave every 30 minutes, last tour at 430pm. Historic house museum built for Sherman D. Phelps in 1870-72, a local banker & business man.  The house was designed by Isaac G. Perry and is furnished primarily as a Victorian house.
Pick-A-Pumpkin Pumpkin Patch

2716 Creek Road
Esperance, NY 12066

Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkin, gourds and ornamental corn. Shop for Halloween needs, eat delicious food at the snack bar, pet farm animals and more. Sept 28 - October 31 only. Closed Sundays. Only $3 admission fee. 2716 Creek Road, Esperance 518-868-4893 www.pickapumpkin.com Pick a Pumpkin Pumpkin Patch is located in picturesque Schoharie Valley, just 35 miles southwest of Albany, New York. Come visit for a day, afternoon, or evening of affordable family fun! We are open from September 28th through October 31st. Only $3 Admission Fee. Plenty of Free parking. Hayrides, Pick Your Own Pumpkins, Pick Your Own Gourds and Ornamental Corn, Crawl Through Our Hay tunnel, Climb Our Three Story Tree House, Enjoy Delicious Food At Our Snack Bar, Pet Farm Animals, Enjoy Our Gift Shop, Experience Storybook Land, Try Fresh Cider Donuts, Bring Your Camera! HOURS: Monday-Friday: 3-8 pm Saturday: 10-8 pm Columbus Day: 10-8 pm CLOSED SUNDAYS
Picker Art Gallery

Dana Arts Center
Hamilton, NY 13346

The Gallery hosts a regular schedule of special exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and events, as well as changing displays from the permanent collection. Strengths collection include the Dr. Luther W. Brady Collection of Modern Art; the Gary M. Hoffer, Memorial Photography Collection; the Theodore and Evelyn Herman Collection of Chinese Woodcuts; the Yevgeny Khaldei Collection of Photographs; the Nast Collection of Political Cartoons; and the Herbert A. Mayer Collection of Drawings from Carrolup, Western Australia.Ê

p>Hours: TuesdayÐFriday 10 a.m.Ð5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noonÐ5 p.m.; and the third Thursday of every month 10 a.m.Ð8 p.m. Closed Mondays major holidays and academic breaks. /p>
Pickle Hill Bulk Foods/Greenhouse

709 Pickle Hill Road
Fort Plain, NY 12070

Our farm features two greenhouse with flowers and vegetable plants that are in season for retail. We also feature a small retail bulk food store which offers flour, sugar, salt, spices and many other things. We have a large apple sale in season. No Sunday sales.
Pie in the Sky

3883 State Highway 7
Otego, NY 13825

(607) 432-3599

This market hosts annual celebrations, homegrown produce, baked goods, cider press, home made ice cream. A few minutes south of Oneonta.

Pine Hills Golf Course

247 Jones Road
Frankfort, NY 13340


Public Golf Course with 18 holes. Club rental, lessons, pro shop and cart rentals all available.
Plainfield State Forest

Adams Pond Road
Burlington Flats, NY 13315

(607) 547-4488

Plainfield State Forest offers 1,403 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the towns of Plainfield and Unadilla Forks.

Players of Utica

1108 State Street
Utica, NY 13502

Players of Utica is one of the oldest, continuously active community theatres in the United States with over 100 seasons to credit.In addition to our 4-6 subscription shows each year we present the musical "Scrooge" in December at the Stanley Theater in Utica. We also present a variety of other shows and events thoughout the year. Our traveling group, Players to Go, will even bring the show to you.

Pleasant Valley Antiques

633 Pleasant Valley Road
Sherburne, NY 13460


Poolville Pond

Tackabury Rd
Hamilton, NY 13346

37 acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet. This private pond with no public access has largemouth bass, yellow perch, chain pickerel and carp.

This community park is found on the eastern shore of the Chenango River where the I-88 bridge crosses over the river. A level three quarter mile walking trail along the perimeter of the park has been built, complete with exercise stations. The park is located in upper Port Dickinson, just north of the Municipal Hall, with one entrance/exit on Chenango Street.
Preferred Manor

South Main Street
New Berlin, NY 13411

Listed as one of the National Historical Sites featuring one of two weathervanes in existence. Still in use are the 1800's kitchen/servants quarters.
Pretzel Farm

121 Brookmans Corner Rd
Fort Plain, NY 12070

(518) 993-2778

Hay. Call for hours
Pritchards Highland Farm

10150 Sulphur Springs Road
Lee Center, NY 13363

(315) 942-2462

Country living at its best. Maple syrup in spring, then greenhouse season with plants, flowers and vegetables. Farm produce in season, plus homemade jams and jellies. Country crafts; yarn and spinning fibers from alpacas and Shetland sheep; custom knit goods. Christmas trees and wreaths. Call for hours.

Montgomery County has a wealth of private homes that have survived more than a century, many of which are listed with the National Register of Historic Places. For a full listing visit the National Register of Historic Places website or the National Register of Historic Places Wikipedia listing, which includes photographs and Google maps links.  
Prospect Falls Winery

400 Academy Street
Prospect, NY 13435

Enjoy local while living large.

Prospect Falls Winery supplies tasty wine to everyone from campers to connoisseurs, from courageous climbers to curators of cozy comfort. Enjoy charisma and convenience, nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks near the namesake falls.

The 3400 square foot Adirondack-themed winery includes a production area, where all of the wine is made and bottled, and an 1100 square foot tasting and retail area. Discover a variety of locally crafted art work, furnishing, and other unique gift items, from the rustic to the refined.

Try a wide array of white and red wines from dry to semi sweet to bold, full body reds. Introduce family and friends to the wonders of wine and learn about one of the world's oldest crafting traditions. Want to make an event out of it? No problem. There's plenty of space for large groups and special events.

Visit on your next trip to the Adirondacks and enjoy some fine wine before wilderness.

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Pryputniewicz Paris Hill Potato & More

2293 Route 12
Waterville, NY 13480

(315) 841-8426

Genuine Paris Hill-grown potatoes and vegetables. Certified seed potatoes. Call for hours.

Public Boatlaunch, Canadarago Lake

135 Fennison Road
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

(315) 858-9719

One of the cleanest, clearest lakes in the state, the NYS Office of Parks and Recreation operates a modern boat launch three miles south of Richfield Springs. The launch has dual concrete ramps, parks 40 cars and trailers plus five cars.

Public Boatlaunch, Otsego Lake

Fish Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-4149

The only public boat launch on Otsego Lake. Open 5 am to 7:30 pm, $10 single boat fee (multiple launch passes available). Boats must be clean of vegetation, will be inspected. On-site vehicle parking limited (including trailers). Parking available at the Trolley Lots.

Pure Country Campground

176 Kelly Rd.
New Berlin, NY

26 sites (horses welcome!)
Quaker Acres West

6941 State Route 20
Bouckville, NY 13310

Quaker Acres West Antique & Collectible Show. quality dealers bringing their best. Please join us this year in Madison-Bouckville.

Quarter Yellow

33 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Quincy Square Museum

25 East Main St.
Earlville, NY 13332

The Museum is a showplace for the display of various items, and the presentation of programs relating to the history of the Earlville area. The Quincy Square Association has also sponsored various house tours, thus giving the community an additional view of its history.

Raquette Lake Navigation

254 Antlers Road
Raquette Lake, NY 13436

Recreation Park Carousel

58-78 Beethoven Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-9166

Installed in 1925, this carousel includes 60 jumping horses, 4-abreast; chariots; and the original 2-roll frame WurliTzer Military Band Organ with bells. The horses and the original carousel house cupola have been restored. Situated in the historic George F. Johnson Recreation Park, facilities include a reflective pond, statue of George F. Johnson, Rod Serling Memorial Plaque, bandshell concerts, pools and bathhouse, tennis courts, playground, and ball fields. Hours at Recreation Park : Memorial Day Weekend through June 20th Open  3 pm to 8 pm Monday Through Friday Weekends 12 to 8 pm Beginning June 21st  through Labor Day 12 pm to 8 pm Daily last ride at 7:45
Red Shed Brewery

817 Butterbowl Road
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

Dedicated to handcrafted brew, made fresh...

The history of American hops farming in Otsego County is legendary. Red Shed brewery is located in an old milk house in the hills around Cherry Valley with an historic hop house in view from the brewery. Dedicated to handcrafted brew, made fresh in small batches, available locally. Visit the brewery, try an ale or two, or three. Take some home.


Reilly's Pumpkin Stand / Annsdale Farms

Route 69 & Mill Pond Way
Blossvale, NY 13308

(315) 245-4665

Fall produce stand with pumpkins, squash, Indian corn and gourds. Call for hours.

Remington Museum & Country Store

14 Hoefler Avenue
Ilion, NY 13357

(315) 895-3200

FREE! Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Store Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

Remsen Performing & Visual Arts Center

9627 Main St
Remsen, NY 13438

Remsen Stone Meeting House

9793 Prospect Street
Remsen, NY 13438

Stone Meeting House is now hosting Dinner Theatre events and is being used for a wedding venue now.

Located in the historic Gladstone on US Route 20, the Richfield Springs Historic Association and Museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts, photos, and writings depicting more than 150 years of life in this rural Central New York area. Browse their growing collection of school yearbooks, landmark celebration artifacts, maps, and video presentations to add to your knowledge of life in rural New York State.

10 tours from easy to hard that traverse the landscape of Madison County. Try just one of them, or make it a vacation and try them all.

River Bend Golf Course

Route 8
New Berlin, NY 13411


18-holes, snack bar. PAR 70
River Road Farm and Greenhouses

9182 River Road
Marcy, NY 13403

(315) 736-3252

Small greenhouse garden center specializing in a variety of seasonal crops. Spring handing baskets, bedding plants, perennials, vegetables, herbs and rose bushes. Fall mums, poinsettas and lilies.

River Run II Golf Links

16 Fairview Drive
Kirkwood, NY 13795

(607) 775-9280

# Holes: 18 Yards: 2,834 Par: 56 Cost: $24 & Under
Riverdale Farms

10305 River Road
Camden, NY 13316

(315) 245-1654

Honey, maple cream and maple sugar candy. By appointment almost everyday during Maple season.

Riverlink Park

Amsterdam, NY 12010

An elevated walkway with breathtaking views links downtown Amsterdam to a riverside plaza area with open-air stage, children’s playground, visitor’s center, gardens and 300 feet of transient boat docking. Free concerts during July and August. Events at this Location Jul 04, ’15 7:00pm – Jul 04, ’15 9:00pm – Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez at Riverlink Concerts Jul 04, ’15 7:00pm – Jul 04, ’15 9:00pm – Hot Club of Saratoga at Riverlink Concerts Jul 18, ’15 7:00pm – Jul 18, ’15 9:00pm – Tony’s Polka Band at Riverlink Concerts Jul 25, ’15 7:00pm – Jul 25, ’15 9:00pm – Jocelyn Arndt at Riverlink Concerts Aug 08, ’1
Riverside RV Campgrounds

Route 206 & I-88
Bainbridge, NY


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Roberson Museum and Science Center

30 Front St.
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 772-0660

Visit Roberson Museum and Science Center and discover incredible collections of art and interactive exhibits in science and history. Since 1954, the museum has been an educational destination with a stunning array of engaging exhibits and community-relevant events. Roberson mainstays include the region’s only digital planetarium, in addition to the historic and breath-taking Roberson Mansion. A fully accredited member of the American Alliance of Museums, and an annual recipient of TripAdvisor's "Certificate of Excellence", Roberson has been wowing visitors for decades and continues to provide an unmatched experience anywhere in Broome County.
Robert V. Riddell State Park

State Highway 28
Oneonta, NY 13820

Robert V. Riddell State Park is located off Exit 17 of I-88 near the City of Oneonta. The park consists of over 1,000 acres of agricultural fields, deciduous and coniferous forests. Schenevus Creek, a popular Class A trout stream that leads to the Susquehannah River, crosses the northern parcel of the park.

Recreational Activities at Robert V. Riddell State Park

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking 
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
Robertaccio's Christmas Trees

7066 Ives Road
Marcy, NY 13403

(315) 865-8868

Choose and cut and pre-cut Christmas trees, wreaths. Vegetables in season.

Operated by Friends of Rogers, they offer demonstrations and programming related to the outdoors. Hiking and other outdoor activities are aslo offered.
Rolling Hills Country Club

2258 St. Hwy. 5
Fort Johnson, NY 12070

(518) 829-7817, (518) 829-7423 (Pro Shop

Once a private fraternity, Rolling Hills is open to public play and membership. Aside from the serene views of the Summer’s Mohawk River and picturesque Upstate New York landscape, the course presents golf enthusiasts with a relaxed pace of play, superb course conditions and tee times at your convenience. Olympic-size swimming pool and tennis courts, modern clubhouse, bar, restaurant and banquet facilities and golf cart storage. The 18-hole, par-71, 6,700-yard, 121-slope Antlers Golf Course has a 68.3 rating.
Rome Art and Community Center

308 West Bloomfield Street
Rome, NY 13440

Come explore Rome Art and Community Center- a historic Tudor Mansion located in Rome's historic district- which houses four art galleries, an art studio, gift shop, and is home to jazz concerts in our Art House Cafe, art classes, summer camps and much more!

View our video http://animoto.com/play/FuAYEfUtyetkBjZHDBDRSA

Rome Berkshire Vendors' Market

100 Block of W. Dominick Street (parking lot of Rome Berkshire Bank)
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 335-6748




Rome Community Theater

8911 Turin Road
Rome, NY 13440

Live theater featuring musicals, comedies, dramas and mysteries. RCT's regular season runs each October through May. Additional productions are scheduled as time and resources permit.

Rome Farmer's Market

Franklyn's Field, Cor. N. James & Walnut
Rome, NY 13440



Special events concert
Rome Historical Society

200 Church Street
Rome, NY 13440

A place for answers and questions about Rome's past, present and future to be discovered. Our goal is to provide our community and its visitors with an experience that leads to something recovered.

Hours:Tuesday-Friday 9am-3pm and Saturday 10am-2pm

Rome Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

5790 Rome-New London Rd
Rome, NY 13440

As the only municipal sports hall of fame with its own museum in New York State, The Rome Sports Hall of Fame and museum offers its visitors many unique experiences. This professionally designed museum contains 50 exhibits covering 34 different sports. These are complete with memorabilia donated by Rome's outstanding professional and amateur athletes who have excelled at the international, national, state, regional and local levels.

Visitors are welcome to sit in the race car driven by 9 time NASCAR Modified Champion, Richie Evans, or hold Olympic Torch which was carried in 1996 Olympic Torch Relay through Utica, on its way to the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, or to hold the wooden bowling ball that rolled down many lanes in the 1890's. For the boating enthusiast, available is the power speed boat driven by 13 time National Racing Champion Dave Packer. Football and baseball fans will enjoy the pictures, uniforms and equipment from Rome's professional players who participa

NOW OPEN!  With a strong belief in fostering a local community, Brewmaster Jason Parrish and Business Manager Russell Scimeca are committed to utilizing locally sourced and produced products to create great tasting beer.  The brewery features a community classroom and artist's gallery.

Beer Selection

India Pale Ale

6.7% - A bold, hoppy beer with a sweet creamy finish. 

Abbey Triple Ale

8.3% - A dark gold beer with a nice caramel character and phenolic spiciness.

Blonde Ale

6.0% - An easy drinking beer with notable hop character but low overall bitterness.

Brown Beer

5.8% - A dark colored beer with a medium-dry sweetness, and slight floral finish. Pays homage to the classic workingman's drink. 

Roseboom State Forest

Roseboom Hill Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-4488

Roseboom State Forest offers 630 acres for recreational use and is located in the town of Middlefield.

Ross Park Carousel

60 Morgan Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

(607) 722-9166

Installed in 1920, this carousel features 60 jumping horses, 4-abreast; 2 chariots (one with monkeys) and an original 51-key WurliTzer Military Band Organ. Park also features 5th oldest zoo in the United States, the Discovery Center of the Southern Tier (unusual hands-on children’s museum), a playground, and a sheltered picnic area, all in a wooded setting. Zoo open: daily 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Park open: dawn to dusk. Carousel open: Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day 10 am to 5 pm
Round Pond

Smithville Flats, NY

Canoes, 26 acres on state forest land 1 mile west if Smithville Flats. Fish: Chain pickerel and panfish.
Roundtop Picnic Area

1 Roundtop Park Street
Endicott, NY 13760


(607) 232-9115

Let us show you the beauty of Madison County from the air. From the valleys to the hilltops the topography is stunning and dressed with flora and fauna for your viewing! Rides available 7 days a week, weather depending, from our launch site in the Stockbridge Valley. Call for more information and we'll see you in the sky!

Honey, bees, wax. Open all year. Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Harvest honey August – November
Rural Grove State Forest

Routes 162 and Logtown Road
Rural Grove, NY 12166

Rural Grove State Forest was named after the nearby hamlet of Rural Grove, which had previously been called Leatherville because of the tannin industry. Its 2,000 acres contain a sizeable chunk of the Clarke Lands, which were abandoned by tenant farmers during the anti-rent wars of the 1840s. The state bought the land in the 1930s for timber production, recreational use, watershed production and wildlife habitat. Big game hunting for white-tailed deer is popular in Rural Grove State Forests. The area also supports small game, such as turkey, squirrel and grouse. Trapping is allowed for beaver, muskrat, fox and coyote, according to season. Shibley Road and Carron Road are unplowed roads used by snowmobiles and cross-country skiers.
Rustic Ridge Winery

2805 State Highway 80
Burlington Flats, NY 13315

Rustic Ridge has a diverse selection of New York State produced wines thanks to its partnership with a well-established winery and vineyard from the Finger Lakes Region. Offering sweet to dry and semi-dry white and red wines, as well as an array of local Amish cheeses and jams and local maple syrup, visitors are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the family-owned winery's rural farm setting in Burlington Flats just outside of Cooperstown. Open seven days a week from 11 am to 6 pm. Wine tastings are offered daily.

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This innovative facility is the result of many years of planning and reflects a tradition of support for the arts at Hamilton. In 1873, the trustees of Hamilton officially recognized the central role that a Knowledge of Fine Arts plays in educating scholars and citizens. This resolution further stated, As a means of furnishing this Knowledge, art collections are of great utility. Through various exhibition venues and specialized collections on campus, object-based learning has been an integral part of a Hamilton education for well over a century.

The Wellin Museum of Art stands as a synthesis of honored traditions and new ideas, celebrating the importance of learning through interaction with works of art and material culture from a wide variety of regions and eras. Architecturally, the building turns the concept of a museum inside out, revealing the working museum and its collections for all to see. Art storage, conservation workshops, administrative offices, and teaching spac

STOP-DWI Tournament of Champions

BAGSAI Softball Complex
Cutler Pond Road
Endicott, NY 13760

SUNY Broome Athletics

907 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 778-5003

The Athletic Department at Broome Community College serves as an integral part of the institution’s total academic and student activities program. The state-of-the-art Ice Center is the centerpiece of the athletic complex.
SUNY Broome Ice Center

907 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

Students obtain a strong foundation in training for the theatre arts in acting, directing, stage managing, scene and costume design.  Students gain valuable experience while participating in productions in the “Little Theater.”
SUNY Cobleskill

State Route 7
Cobleskill, NY 12043

The State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill is an accredited college that is primarily baccalaureate. 2600 students enrolled in 50 programs. State Route 7, Cobleskill 518-255-5011 www.cobleskill.edu

Contact:Tonia Hutchins
SUNY Oneonta

108 Ravine Parkway
Oneonta, NY 13820

Become a Part of the SUNY Oneonta Legacy

What defines SUNY Oneonta? Maybe it's the fact that SUNY Oneonta is a multipurpose college with a rich liberal arts and science focused curriculum; one that is known for its outstanding and accessible faculty, committed students, and unique integration of community service. Or perhaps it's the strong and global alumni network that is embodied by leadership and accomplishment, reflective of the way in which SUNY Oneonta prepares its students for the world outside of the college experience. It might even be the beautiful campus setting, right up the road from the tight-knit community of Oneonta. If there's one thing to know about the SUNY Oneonta, it's that no one thing defines the exceptional and affordable educational experience it offers its students.

History Steeped in Scholarship and Success

Established in 1889 as a state normal school with a mission of training teachers, SUNY Oneonta was also a founding member of

SUNYPI - Gannett Gallery

100 Seymour Rd
Utica, NY 13502

Kunsela Hall


2 Broad St.
Hamilton, NY 13346

A meticulously curated collection of vintage and modern finds for home, garden and you. We scour the map for fabulous home dŽcor, furniture, jewelry, accessories, gourmet food, candles and more. Think French country meets shabby chic meets modern and industrial. Our eclectic mix offers a wide array of goods for a number of styles and budgets. Gift-wrapping is complimentary. Open every Wednesday-Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturday, 10am-4pm. Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/swankbydesign

(607) 760-6012

The Saint Johnsville Community House includes village offices located in the 1869 Italianate high-Victorian Bates-Englehardt Mansion. With Austrian crystal chandeliers and original period rooms, a brick solarium was added in 1916 and enlarged and converted to an auditorium in 1934. The original Italianate style flat roof with cupola was replaced in 1916 with a Georgian style roof. The front entrance features a Colonial Revival style porch added in 1909. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Open week days 8AM-4PM.
Saint Stanislaus is an historic Roman Catholic church complex consisting of the church (1897), St. Stanislaus School (1906), convent (1934) and rectory (1940). The church is a “T” shaped brick building on a foundation of cut limestone. A transept was added in 1912. It features an engaged bell tower with pyramidal roof and finials. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Salisbury Chenango Shores Campground

109 Chenango Shores Lane
Chenango Forks, NY


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Salt Sanctuary

Traditions at the Glen
4101 Watson Boulevard
Johnson City, NY 13790

Escape into the ‘depths’ of nature’s healing at New York’s premier salt therapy spa. Salt Sanctuary recreates an age-old European healing experience right here in Central New York.
Sam Smith's Boat Yard

6098 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Boat rentals of all types, nautical equipment, popular lakefront grill - come by land or lake.

Samuel Sweet Canal Store

65 Bridge Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Samuel Sweet Canal Store is an historic commercial building constructed about 1847. It is a three-story, rectangular building measuring approximately 30 feet by 70 feet, built of rough cut, pale grey limestone with a shallow, pitched gable roof. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Sand Flats Orchard and Greenhouse

371 Martin Road
Fonda, NY 12068

Family-friendly business featuring 12 varieties of apples. Pick your own or ready-picked apples, cider donuts/bakery, honey and maple products. We also sell melons, tomatoes, sweet corn, vegetables and pumpkins. featuring two greenhouses. Tours arranged by appointment. Open May through December Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday 9am to 5pm
Sanford Stud Farm

Corner of Route 30 & Tessiero Square
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The Friends of Sanford Stud Farm is a not-for-profit organization in partnership with the Town of Amsterdam formed to help oversee the restoration and preservation of the former Sanford Stud Farm as a Heritage Center because of its historical, educational, architectural and cultural significance. Home of the Amsterdam Uptown Farm Market and other special events throughout the year. Events at this Location Jun 19, ’15 6:30pm – Horse Tales & Cocktails Jun 20, ’15 10:00am – Friends of Sanford Stud Farm Open
Saranac/F.X. Matt Brewery

830 Varick Street
Utica, NY 13502

Factory Tours:

Jun-Aug: Mon-Sat 1pm and 3pm;

Sep-May: Fri and Sat: 1pm and 3pm

Closed Sun and all major holidays.

Savicki's Paris Hill Farm Market

3295 State Route 12
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 737-7949

Specializing in freshness and quality, many crops are hand-picked daily. You-Pick strawberries, asparagus, peas, beans, sweet corn and much more. Large greenhouse in Spring. Call for hours.

Schneeweiss Athletic Complex

Liberty St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Cazenovia CollegeÕs Fitness and Wellness Center at Cazenovia College includes facilities for the CollegeÕs athletics teams and the College community, as well as programs for members of the local community to access the swimming pool and fitness center facilities.

?All Rides Begin And End At Howe Caverns?

Enjoy an (energetic) bike ride through Schoharie County on a variety of tours put together by avid cyclist and Howe Caverns employee, ?Sparky? Spaulding. These routes have been put to the test by Sparky, his wife, Beth, and friends, as they have pedaled their way throughout the countryside designing routes for fellow roadies to enjoy.

And what better place to start from than world famous Howe Caverns. Enjoy your visit with an underground adventure of the Great Cave, lunch or dinner at the Howe Caverns Restaurant, a bike ride through rural Schoharie County, and spend the evening relaxing at the Howe Caverns Motel where each room has spectacular views of the hills you rode, and an outdoor pool.

Please click on the web-site below for more details.
Contact:Sparky Spaulding
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the Erie Canal as one of the 19th century’s greatest commercial and engineering projects. The Visitor Center exhibits trace the history of the Erie Canal and its impact on the growth of New York State and the nation. Within the site’s boundaries are many structures dating from the three eras of the canal’s development. At the eastern end of the site, Putman’s Lock Stand houses an exhibit on Erie Canal stores. The site’s largest structure is the remains of the Schoharie Aqueduct, which carried the water of the Enlarged Erie Canal over the Schoharie Creek. Hours: Grounds Dawn until Dusk All Year – Visitor Center May 1st – October 31st
Schoharie River Center

2025 Burtonville Road
Esperance, NY 12066

A not-for-profit organization dedicated to educational and cultural programming about the Schoharie Creek and communities which make up the Schoharie Valley. On the Creek with award winning youth envirionmental science programs.2025 Burtonsville Road, Esperance 518-320-4510 www.schoharierivercenter.org
Schoharie River Center

2025 Burtonsville Road
Burtonsville, NY 12066

The Schoharie River Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educational and cultural programming about the Schoharie Creek and the communities which make up the Schoharie River Valley. Formed in 1999, it is a membership organization which sponsors and operates Environmental Study Team (EST) programs in Burtonsville, Schenectady and Conesville, NY. Located in Burtonsville, NY, The Schoharie River Center is also active in a variety of community, historical and cultural programs and activities.
Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum

PO Box 554
143 Depot Lane
Schoharie, NY 12157

Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum. An Historic station house, freight house/engine house, creamery and old mill. Several rail cars on the premises. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. By appointment only, Saturday & Sunday, June through October. 143 Depot Lane, Schoharie â-518-295-7505 schany.org
Family owned since 1967. Annuals, hanging baskets, plant material, garden supplies, geraniums, garden mums and crafts. Open September 15th – October/November (dependent on weather). 9am-6pm weekdays, 9am-4pm weekends.
Science Discovery Center of Oneonta

SUNY College at Oneonta
Physical Science Building
Oneonta, NY 13820

This hands-on science museum offers more than 80 varied science exhibits to explore and do-yourself.

Sculpture Space

12 Gates St
Utica, NY 13502

Sculpture Space, A Mohawk Valley cultural treasure, is unique in North America for its service to artists and sculptors. Work made and first seen in Utica is exhibited in sculpture parks, museums and galleries around the world. The acclaimed, highly competitive program awards professional artists two-month fellowships and has helped almost 600 national/international artists since 1976.

Artists receive a stipend, housing, studio workspace, technical assistance and the use of specialized equipment to make art in an environment conductive to experimentation.

The public attends free Works in Progress Receptions throughout the year, showcasing the artists’ projects and supported by local businesses and restaurants. The CHAIRity Art Auction and Spring Into Art pARTy are popular annual fundraising events. School groups and others visit the studio, by appointment, to learn more about artists and practices.


Seasons Gift Shop

41 South Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815


Seasonal decor for inside and out, flags, candles, gourmet food and gift baskets
Secret Caverns, Inc.

671 Caverns Road
PO Box 88
Howes Cave, NY 12092-0088

One-hour guided tour through the caverns to a 100-foot underground waterfall; gift shop, picnic area and motel.
Serenity Now Farm and Gardens

2477 Eckel Road
Blossvale, NY 13308

(315) 245-4525

Ornamental grasses, perennials, heirloom/organic produce and maple syrup. By appointment.

Service Pharmacy

38 South Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815


Hallmark and other specialty gifts
Seven Oaks Golf Club

2 East Lake Road
Hamilton, NY 13346

Named for the ancestral home of the Colgate family, Seven Oaks Golf Club is nestled on the Colgate University Campus in Hamilton, New York. In 1934, a young architect by the name of Robert Trent Jones was brought to Hamilton to begin work on designing the course. In 1956 ground was broken on the first nine holes, officially opening on July 4th, 1958. On September 4th, 1965 the last nine holes were opened for play. Seven Oaks is characteristic of all Jones' courses, which include strategic deployment of water, along with extensive tee areas and large, expansive greens.

Explore the Oneida Indian Nation's extensive collections of artifacts and artwork housed in a painstakingly fashioned beautiful log structure made from white pine without a single nail.  The museum depicts the proud heritage with spectacular examples of customs and crafts in an extraordinary setting with an all Iroquois gift shop. Open seven day a week 9am-5pm except Holidays and Indian Day. Free Admission.

Welcome to Shard of Glass Studios, LLC and Karen Stanley Creations. Shard of Glass Studios is a professional mosaic studio and gallery space, located in Binghamton, NY. Shard of Glass Studios has moved. Karen Stanley now works from home so she can focus on being a full-time mom and part-time artist. Karen Stanley offers a variety of hand-made pieces ranging from elegant mosaic jewelry to contemporary fine art mosaics to whimsical mosaic mirrors and other accents for the home. If you are interested in purchasing any of Karen's unique offerings, you can contact her directly or you can visit several local businesses that carry her work. Click here to see where you can find Karen's work in the Greater Binghamton Area. Thanks for coming, and please visit us again soon!
Sharon Historical Society & Museum

238 Main Street
Sharon Springs, NY 13459

Museum,one-room schoolhouse & outhouse. Displays relate to local history & baths for summer guests C 1890-1960s. Self-guided, Historical Walking Tour. Jul&Aug daily 1-4 pm; June & Sept. by appointment. No Admission Fee. 238 Main Street, Sharon Springs 518-284-2350 mohawkvalleymuseums.com
Sharp Shooters Billiards and Sports Pub

35 East Main St
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Offering a great entertainment value, Sharp Shooters has something for everyone, from a friendly game of pool or darts to meeting friends out for some food, drinks & to watch the game. Open Daily: 4pm – midnight Sundays: Noon – Midnight
Shaw's Maple Products

7945 Maxwell Road
Clinton, NY 13323

Our products are sold at the Clinton Farmer's Market on Thursdays from June-Oct from 10-4 And at the Whitesboro Farmer's Market on Mondays from June-Oct from 3-7 pm.


3109 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420


Handmade furniture and furnishings by a native resident/owner who is a master craftsman and woodworker.
Sherrill Farmers' Market

377 Sherrill Road, Reilly-Mumford Park
Sherrill, NY 13461

(315) 363-6525


Tuesday 3pm-7pm

Featuring Ann Taylor Loft, Aveda, Chico’s, Coldwater Creek and Jos. A Bank.
Shoppes at Vestal

Town Square Mall
Vestal Parkway
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 729-0284

Features Bath & Body Works, Catherine’s, Dress Barn, Famous Footwear, Home Goods, Michael’s and Old Navy.
Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs

136 Shrine Rd.
Fultonville (Auriesville) 12072, NY 12072

The site of the Mohawk village of Ossernenon, the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs, established in 1885, honors the martyrdom of three Jesuit missionaries and is the birthplace of Roman Catholic Saint Kateri Tekakwitha. Individuals and groups are welcome to visit the Coliseum church, museums, chapels, gardens, gift shop, and picnic pavilion. Sunday and daily Masses, annual St. Isaac Jogues Youth Conference and scheduled special pilgrimages. May-October, open dawn to dusk.
Shuttleworth Park

65 Crescent Avenue
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The park offers a playground, charcoal pits, public restrooms, tennis courts, pickle ball court, pavilions, playground, volleyball court and a beautiful mile-long walking path along the Chuctununda Creek, which includes a footbridge. It also has two softball fields, courtesy of the Amsterdam Girls Softball League and is also the home of the Amsterdam Mohawks Collegiate Baseball Team. Originally opened on Memorial Day in 1914 as Crescent Park, it became Jolly Land and then Mohawk Mills Park when it was acquired by the Mohawk Carpet Mills in the late 1930’s. Mohawk Mills Park was donated to the City in 1964 and officially renamed Herbert L. Shuttleworth II Park on December 9, 1977. Events at this Location Jun 18, ’15 6:30pm – Amsterdam Mohawks Jun 25, ’15 6:30pm – Amsterdam Mohawks
Silver Linings Haflinger Horse Farm

2165 Kelly Corners Rd
Milford, NY 13807

(607) 286-7299

We offer assisted rides for children on our beautiful Haflinger horses "Sybie"," Boo","Nika", & "Lady Liberty" and for teeny weeny tots on "Javie" and "Fancy" our Magical Little Mini's. In addition to riding we offer playtime with our Mini's - they just love to get dressed up in one of their costumes or be brushed, combed and have their manes and forelocks braided. Come enjoy the Magic of our Miniature Horses. Each one has a very special story and we offer Story Time for the enjoyment of both young and young at heart. Our horses will touch your hearts and make you smile. Our Mini's also love to travel to hospitals, nursing homes, schools, parties, special celebrations and anywhere folks need to smile.

Six on the Square

6 LaFayette Park
Oxford, NY 13830


Volunteer-based community service organization committed to promoting music and artists in central New York by offering cultural and educational programs
Skate Estate

3401 Old Vestal Road
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 797-9000

Depending on season: 12:00 - 5:00 pm Sunday - Saturday Evening skate: 6:00 - 9:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 - 10:30 pm Friday & Saturday Year round fun (outdoor attractions are seasonal) featuring: roller skating, laser storm, the rock-climbing wall, miniature golf, and the Water Wiz water slide. Also snack shop and pro-shop.
Triple Cities Ski Club- www.TripleCitiesSkiClub.com Triple Cities Ski Club celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2015. A $10 a year membership gives members access to discounted lift tickets. Visitors are welcome to come to meetings and activities that don't require a membership. However, people from other parts of NY, PA and other states have joined just to get in on the discounted lift tickets and the great trips that are offered. It's not necessary to be an active part of the club to become a member.
Sleeping Lion Trail

1527 County Highway 31
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-8662

Seen from the south, Mount Wellington, on the eastern shore of Otsego Lake, is said to resemble a sleeping lion. The loop trail that climbs it from Glimmerglass State Park is about 2.5 miles long, marked with orange paint blazes. This trail offers a lovely forested walk through magestic white pines, hemlocks and hardwoods. A good trail for snowshoeing. The park offers cross-country ski trails and other recreational facilities. An entrance fee may apply.

Small Works Gallery

1101 Sherman Drive
Utica, NY 13501

(315) 792-5400

Mohawk Valley Community College

Built in 1820 as the Peterboro Presbyterian Church. In 1835, the first meeting of the New York Anti-Slavery Society was held here. It later served as the Evans Academy, the Peterboro Union School, and the Peterboro elementary school. The building houses the Town of Smithfield offices and the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum. Listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places, and part of the Heritage NYS Underground Railroad Trail.

The Smithy serves as a seasonal gallery, showcasing the work of both contemporary and traditional regional artists. During the summer season, the Smithy draws large crowds to three receptions to open twelve shows featuring work by over seventy-five artists.

The Smithy Pioneer Gallery is the oldest building in Cooperstown. It was built by the village founder, Judge William Cooper, in 1786 to serve as a blacksmith shop for the infant settlement. Its forges, anvil stands, bellows, tools, the smoke-shadows of horseshoes and other features remain. A second and third floor were added to house a carriage repair shop and what is now the oldest surviving Masonic Hall with original paint in New York State.

Because the Smithy has recently developed into a full-fledged multi-arts center, the gallery and its adjoining courtyard are also the site for a variety of concerts, film screenings, theatrical productions, storytelling, and other community arts events.

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Local clubs groom terrific and challenging trails throughout the County. Contact our local clubs for trails and more information: B.C. Sno-Riders – www.BCSNORIDERS.SNOWCLUBS.com Ridge Riders Snowmobile Club – www.ridgeriderswp.org BC Sno-Riders is a family oriented snowmobile club.  They maintain 50 miles of scenic trails in Broome and Chenango counties, connecting with 10,000 miles of trails in New York State.
Solstice Whole Foods & Herbs

30 South Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Bulk and organic foods, herbal products, natural health and beauty products

SorbelloÕs carries a large variety of bedding annuals, hanging pots, perennials, vegetable plants, and shrubs. Through trade publications and botanical research, we strive to be on the cutting edge Ñ offering new plant material to our customers each season. The Gift Shop carries a large selection of gardening accessories, wedding gifts, baby gifts, Pride of New York food items, and a variety of other local products.

South Hill State Forest

Daevnport Road
Maryland, NY 12116

South Hill State Forest lies on the top of the ridge straddling Otsego and Delaware counties. Its 521 acres offers pleasant excursions in any season and is ideally suited to cross-country skiing, especially for beginners. There are no marked trails, but the wide, well-maintained access roads are easily followed and offer easy walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.

Southern Tier Balloon Tours

1 Otsiningo Park
Binghamton, NY 13904

BallonTake flight with Southern Tier Balloon Tours and get a unique view of Greater Binghamton’s greatest sights. From the city’s classic urban footprint to the picturesque hills of New York’s Southern Tier, the memorable scenes will make your visit. Tours depart at sunrise and just before dusk each day year-round, weather permitting.

Located about five miles from Gilbertsville, Southwind hosts a variety of activities and experiences. Visitors will find a wide array of farm animals, from rabbits and ducks to goats and sheep -- all touchable! A wide variety of locally-grown meats (pork, lamb, beef and more) is available. They host monthly family-oriented events.

Spool MFG

138 Baldwin Street
Johnson City, NY 13790

Spool Mfg. is a contemporary art space committed to the existential, personal, social and political dimensions of the contemporary moment. Spool Mfg. functions within a large 19th-century industrial site which accommodates exhibitions, installation and performance.
Spring Park

State Highway 20 & Church Street
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

Well-known for its signature clock and venerable bandstand, the curious visitor can still taste the famous sulphur water from the fountain in Spring Park in the relaxed country village of Richfield Springs.

St. Johnsville Campsite and Municipal Marina

South Bridge St
St Johnsville, NY 13452

(518) 568-7406 (seasonal), (518) 568-22

Tie up for the evening and enjoy a stay in this quaint Canal village located. Boat launch with fuel, water, gas, and diesel. Pump out facilities available. Campgrounds are adjacent to Marina with a bed and breakfast nearby. May-Nov, 7am-9:30pm.

Saint Mary's Mission Statement

To Praise God:

By proclaiming to all people, through a community of worship, that Jesus is redeeming Lord By enlivening the presence of Christ among us in loving each other and sharing the joy of salvation By fostering human growth through respect for, openness with, and service to all people.


Stanton's Farm Market

7139 NYS Rte. 12
North Norwich, NY 13814


Open May-October, bedding plants, vegetables in season, pumpkin patch
Starlight Acres

239 Groff Rd
Palatine Bridge, NY 13428

U-pick blueberries, pumpkins, hay, bleached and combined straw. Berries available July-September. Pumpkins and Indian corn September through October. Year round for hay and straw. Call for hours.
State Game Lands No. 70

Windsor, NY 13865

Just below the State border between Windsor and Deposit.
Steph Boutique

7 Lebanon St.
Hamilton, NY 13346

Up to the minute fashions for the college crowd & beyond! A unique womenÕs clothing boutique specializing in contemporary apparel and accessories. Clothing by BB Dakota, Three Dots, Splendid, Velvet, Minkpink. Boots and bags from Frye and Dolce Vita.Ê

Steuben Memorial State Historic Site

Starr Hill Road
Remsen, NY 13438

Steuben Town Hall

9458 Soule Road
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 865-5087

History happened here and so does the Improv Dinner Theater each year.
We are a family-owned and operated nursery located off of Rt.12 in the Town of Chenango. Our goal is to provide high quality, locally grown plants at great prices. Our selection includes many varieties of perennials, annuals, vegetables, herbs, hanging baskets and decorative containers. Come and enjoy a pleasant shopping experience in our greenhouses and gift shop. All varieties are clearly marked with growing info and photos. Tour the greenhouse and garden area, see planting demonstrations and kids can “make – and - take plants! Plants will be available for purchase in spring. Fall decorations will be available in the fall and childrens pumpkin decorating activity! Tues. - Sat. 10-6 & Sun. 11-3
The Stone Arabia churches are a pair of 18th-century churches standing side by side in a small rural hamlet: The Dutch Reformed Church, a stone structure, erected in 1788, and Trinity Lutheran Church, constructed of wood, built in 1792. An 18th century burial ground lies a short distance from the churches. Colonel Brown’s Cemetery is the 18th-century burial site of Colonel Brown and others who lost their lives in the Revolutionary War Battle of Stone Arabia. The Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and the Trinity Lutheran Church in 2005. Open Sundays 1-4pm
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park

3883 Stone Quarry Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, with 104 acres of conserved land and over four miles of trails overlooks the breathtaking rural landscape of Cazenovia and Madison County. 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. Its mission is to educate and engage the public through exhibitions, collections, interpretation, and community outreach programs in the arts.

Welcome to Stoney Pond State Forest. The 1,469 acres offers visitors an opportunity to view a range of different flora and fauna. The State Forest is a blend hard and soft woods. The 13 mile-long Nordic Ski Trail is an important part of multiple use management of the forest. The trails wind through both natural forests and plantations and around Stoney Pond. Most trails are designed for skiers with a beginner or intermediate skill level.

Stony Hill Farm Greenhouses

3801 Brady Hill Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

Stony Hill Farm Greenhouses has unique, beautiful and rare plants. With a wide variety of splendid plants with distinctive foliage, texture, variegation, scent & "flower power!" Open year round April through September 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Wednesday through Saturday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday Can be reached by appointment only October through March. Garden center with 15 display gardens and garden shop. Farm fresh produce.
Strand Theatre

3093 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

An expanded Art Deco movie theater originally built in 1921. First runs films often premiering at the same time in New York City, in a meticulously restored theater with the original stage in the main hall (frequently used for stage theater presentations). The Strand also features a small museum of vintage film equipment, posters and memorabilia.
Straw Bale House

2972 Austin Road
Clinton, NY 13303

Owned and designed by Mary Ellen Blakey - "an environmentally friendly, low carbon footprint home."

Strebel Auditorium

1600 Burrstone Road
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 792-3006

Utica College

Studio Dionysus

25 Marion Avenue
State Highway 51
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

The Studio Dionysus summer studio can be found in the charming historic village of Gilbertsville, home to many year-round and seasonal artists and their galleries. Featuring the artwork of Dennis Stahl, the studio offers classes and workshops for stone carving, painting, and other aspects of the fine arts. It is also a place for local and international artists to showcase their artwork, and serves as a social gathering place for local non-profit organizations and musical events.

Sugar Creek Maple Farm was established in 2009 by fourth, fifth and sixth generation maple syrup producers. Our ancestors began making maple syrup in the late 1800’s in a small patch of woods on our family’s 150 acre farm in Vestal Center, New York. The first sugar shack had two sides and a roof and produced dark, smoky flavored syrup. In 1981 a new, larger building was constructed a short distance from the original and we still use that building today. Today, the whole family is involved with the production of maple syrup and has even expanded our maple products to include confections and other delicious items. We still tap trees, hang buckets or run tubing to our Sugar House where we cook sap over a wood fire, just like our ancestors. We are proud of our heritage and strive to produce the highest quality products and sell them at competitive prices. We welcome any feedback that you may have for us. You may contact us at anytime at info@sugarcreekmaplefarm.com.
Sundown Golf & Country Club

129 Hay Path Lane
Bainbridge, NY 13733


9-holes, snack bar. PAR 36
Sunny Hill Tree Farms

1810 Farm-to-Market Road
Endwell, NY 13760

9:00 am – 8:00 pm Monday through Friday 8:00am – 7:00 pm Saturday and Sunday Pre-cut/U-cut Blue and White Spruce, Fraser Firs. 6’ – 12’

(607) 760-7937

Sunshine Gardens

980 State Highway 67
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Annuals, perennials, herb and vegetable plants, unique container gardening. Open spring and summer 9am-6pm.

HANG GLIDING... The purest form of flight. Throughout the centuries man has dreamt of personal flight, to set oneself free and soar silently with the birds. Dan Guido, now a master pilot and certified USHGA instructor, has taught many students this wonderful sport of flying. With the success of his teachings, his school has grown into a full operational organization, with a class room, 5 training hills, and a mountain launch. Dan is able to provide a student all of the necessary means of going from beginner to advanced pilot ratings. We teach class every weekend from April to November (including holidays) - weather permitting. Classes start promptly at 9:00am eastern Time. Evening lessons are available during the week by appointment only.

Susquehanna River Park Trail

Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 547-4488

The Susquehanna River Park Trail, located in the City of Oneonta, is the first section of the Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway to be completed. A full circuit of the loop trail offers two miles of easy, flat walking or cross-country skiing. Interpretive markers, keyed to a leaflet obtainable at the trailhead enhance the experience educational. The trail was largely built by volunteer labor recruited by the Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway Committee.

Susquehanna State Forest

County Highway 35
Milford, NY 13807

(607) 547-4488

Susquehanna State Forest offers 422 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the town of Milford.

Swart-Wilcox House Museum

Junction of Wilcox Avenue & Henry Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Oneonta's oldest structure was built in 1807 by Lawrence Swart, a Revolutionary War Veteran from Schoharie County. Recently renovated, the house was awarded an historic preservation award by the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. It is used as an education center for local schools and those interested in its historical significance.

Swistak Farm

6644 Greenway-New London Rd
Verona, NY 13478

You-Pick strawberries, blueberries and tomatoes. Seasonal vegetables. Call for hours.

Sylvan Beach Farmers' Market

Main Street, By The Bridge
Sylvan Beach, NY 13157




Szarek Farms, LLC

7446 East South Street
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-5901

Bedding plants, vegetables, herbs and hydroponic heirloom and production tomatoes. Old Goat fruit salsas, tomato-basil jam, "Drunken Raisins" sauce. Spike, Vinca and Violet pygmy goats in residence. By appointment.

Tall Pines Riverfront Campground

2715 County Route 35
Bainbridge, NY

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Talons! A Bird of Prey Experience offers visitors to our area the most unforgettable experience they will ever have to fly with trained birds of prey. Talons! is an interactive, educational and absolutely unforgettable journey into the world of raptors, and falconry the sport of kings! Talons! is open to the public by appointment Wednesday through Sunday during the spring, summer and fall. If the weather is nice call us in the winter too.

Tassleberry Farm

4881 Stop 7 Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492

(315) 796-4587 / 1-8

You-Pick strawberries and corn. Strawberry products include vinegar, balsamic vinegar, Jamaican Jerk, creamy salad dressing and marinade. Buy online or at farm store. Strawberry season ends July 4; corn season ends Labor Day. Call for hours.

Tech Works!

321 Water Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Upstate New York has a heritage that continues today of creative technology enterprises, whose guidance systems, computers, flight simulators, cameras, and high-speed film helped the US win the race to the moon. CT&I's mission is to document and present in context the inventions and industrial innovations of New York's Southern Tier.
Temple of Israel is an historic Jewish temple built in 1901 in a late Victorian style. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
Templeton Hall

63 Pioneer Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Templeton Hall is a banquet and catering facility located in the center of enchanting Cooperstown, NY. Templeton Hall itself is an historic building constructed in 1832, having served during its long history as a church, community center, ladies' dress shop and antiques store. Templeton Hall's convenient location is around the corner from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, within walking distance of most lodging, convenient to the trolley stop, and is handicapped accessible.

Texas School House State Forest

Jones Road
Garrattsville, NY 13342

(607) 547-4488

Texas School House State Forest consists of 1,245 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the town of New Lisbon.

The ART Mission & Theater

61 Prospect Avenue
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-6914

The Art Garage

689 Beaver Meadow Road
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-5327

The Garage is a private gallery less than a mile outside Cooperstown.  Visitors and collectors are welcome!

The Cat's Meow

29 South State Street
Sherburne, NY 13460


Gifts, home accessories and decor, framed prints, lines, clothing, Boyd's Bears, wedding and gift registry

Chris Harter-The Country Furniture Shop- is a cabinet shop specializing in reproducing 18th century furniture. Custom built Windsor chairs, clocks, tables, beds and more. Open Monday through Saturday 8am-5pm.

Our lovely gallery offers a full range of fine antiques and vintage collectables. Always a large inventory of wonderful antique furniture. Take a virtual tour on our website!

The Elk's Club

Chestnut St
Oneonta, NY 13820


Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building, golf course or pool. They are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up.

Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.

The Empire House Hotel & Restaurant

136 Marion Avenue
State Highway 51
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

The Empire House is a hotel, Mediterranean/Middle-Eastern restaurant, cafe, and bar located in historic Gilbertsville. Eat dinner and drink in our warm, historic setting, outside on our large covered porch or on the stone patio under umbrellas, or inside near of the three fireplaces! The Empire House offers a full dinner menu with locally produced and organic products, a weekly special menu, full wine and mix drink list, and twelve beers on tap. Wednesday nights feature $5 appetizers, Thursday nights from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. feature 50-cent wings, and Friday nights are Pub Nights, featuring $1 off draught beer and $2 off any glass of wine or mixed drink!

The FITT Stop

2352 Route 12B
Hamilton, NY 13346

Fitness studio offering group fitness classes, strength training, personal training, and weight loss and management.Ê

The Farmers' Museum

5775 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

America's history comes alive-daily chores are carried out at the working farm while commerce flourishes at the Village Crossroad. Visitors experience the interplay among trades, village life and agriculture in New York State circa 1845. The museum, one of the oldest living history museums, features exhibits, craft demonstrations and hand-on activities that bring history to life.

2015 Special Exhibition

The Gallery Antiques at Pinebrick

6790 State Route 20
Bouckville, NY 13310

Multi dealer shop specializing in advertising, lighting, furniture, quality smalls and much more. Open 10am-5pm, 7 days a week April-December. Plenty of free parking.

The Glimmerglass Festival

7300 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

This internationally acclaimed summer opera festival presents both familiar and rarely performed operas in a magnificent setting overlooking Otsego Lake. Previews, meet-the-performers, tours, picnic meals on spacious lawns add to a "Night at the Opera."

2016 Season

The following have been announced for the 2016 season! The productions will run in repertory July 8 through August 27, 2016 with more details and show times to follow soon.

The Green Earth

4 Market Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

We are the area’s leader in health and natural foods selection! The Green Earth offers a bounty of health, natural and organic foods and supplements.

The House By The Water

9530 Main Street
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 205-4001


The Key

66 Albany St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

A charitable consignment- donation shop. Quality previously owned clothes and household goods.

The Links at Hiawatha Landing

2350 Marshland Road
Apalachin, NY 13732

(607) 687-6952 or (800) 304-6533

# Holes: 18 Yards: 6,200-7,100 Par: 72 Cost: $36-$50 - $51 & Above
The Major's Inn

12 Marion Avenue
State Highway 51
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

(607) 783-2967

      You will never forget a visit to the Major's Inn! It's like stepping back in time to a bygone era when life was slower and simpler. It's not just the magnificent architecture, but the feeling you get as you wander the building and grounds, expecting to turn a corner and come face to face with someone from the past.

Looking for a place to celebrate your special event ?   Hold it at the Major's Inn, surrounded by the grace and splendor of a bygone era.

The Mum Farm

9011 Redhill Road
New Hartford, NY 13415

Family run for 40 years. Spring bedding plants, perennials, hanging baskets, container gardens, vegetable plants, herbs, trees and shrubs. Extensive variety and one-of-a-kind fall mums, pumpkins, decorations, and more. Tours by appointment.

The Old Blacksmith Shop Gallery

7347 State Highway 28
Schuyler Lake, NY 13459

(315) 858-7081

Items from the area's finest artisans and craftsmen are on display and for sale in this historically accurate blacksmith's shop!

The Parson's Daughter

6 West Park Place
Norwich, NY 13815


Bulk and packaged premium chocolate and old time confections, charming boutique with home & fashion compliments
The Party Studio provides a unique and fun night out with friends and family. At the end of the event, you take home your very own masterpiece!
The Polo Field

Bloom Street
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

The Polo Field has several events.

The Ridge Golf Club & Tavern

1281 Salt Springs Rd.
Chittenango, NY 13037

An off the beaten path, best kept local secret, The Ridge offers a unique experience for our guests-whether your passion is food, drink or golf. Our tucked away, secluded location can be challenging to find but once youÕre here youÕll feel like youÕre walking into your own living room-and are just part of the family. Our menu, like the landscape, changes seasonally so itÕs worth checking us out at all times of the year.

The School of Art Gallery

1200 State Street
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 797-0000

On the PrattMWP campus. The School of Art Gallery awards exhibitions to highly qualified artists working in a range of media. Six shows per academic year support the PrattMWP art school curriculum and provide cultural enrichment to the surrounding community. Selected artists give a gallery talk or slide lecture to students working at the foundation level. Students benefit from direct contact with original works of art by practicing artists.

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

The Skeleton Key

138 Main Street
Oneida, NY 13421

Madison CountyÕs First Escape Room! Escape rooms are games and entertainment. There is also an art gallery associated with TSK showcasing local artisits. Ê

The Stage at Little Italy

George W. Johnson Park
201 Oak Hill Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

In 2010, the stage in Endicott’s George W. Johnson Park was dedicated. The stage has become a center for local entertainment with performances and events associated with groups including the Endicott Performing Arts Center, the Tri-Cities Youth Singers, GUSTO-A Taste of Italy, and numerous musical bands.
The Stanley

259 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

Live on the edge of your seat at The Stanley in downtown Utica for the best in entertainment in Central New York.

The Strawberry Geranium

2774 Oneida Street
Sauquoit, NY 13456

Nursery, greenhouses and garden decor. Hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, roses, trees and shrubs. Fall mums. Christmas trees, garland, wreaths and poinsettias.Call for hours.

The Wild Animal Park

7621 Lakeport Rd.
Chittenango, NY 13037

The Wild Animal Park is open weekends, Memorial Day through the end of October. Visit and enjoy giraffes, tigers, bears, a red kangaroo, a zebra, and more. The park features live animal shows, a petting zoo, bounce houses and food. Book your birthday or family parties year round. The Wild Animal Park is fun for the entire family. Visit our website for information about our history, animals, educational programs and events www.thewildpark.com

The Witch’s Golf Course at Fire Fox Resorts

330 Rabbit Path Road
Lisle, NY 13797

# Holes: 18 Yards: 5,800 Par: 67 Cost: $25-$35
The Zen Den

3 Madison Street
Hamilton, NY 13346

The Zen Den is a yoga and pilates studio which instructs mind/body exercise in the formatting of various styles of yoga, mat pilates, reformed, total barre, halo training and little bugs yoga. We offer both group and private instruction on or off site. Our mission is to help you feel well mind, body and soul.

Thendara Golf Club

151 Fifth St
Thendara, NY 13472

Eighteen hole Donald Ross designed public course famous for its setting, views, challenging links, and rich heritage. Celebrating its 90th Anniversary in 2011 with a Pro Golf Exhibition reminiscent of the Thendara matches between Nicklaus, Palmer, Player, Snead, and other greats from the PGA Tour.
Thomas H. Burbine Memorial Forest & Nature Trail

Corbin Hill Road
Sprakers, NY 12166

(518) 853-3814

A forever-wild territory, maintained by Montgomery County. Outdoor activities including hunting, hiking, camping, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and fishing. Close to Charleston State Forest
Three Mile Point

6266 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-2777

This swimming area offers changing rooms, a picnic area and a pavilion. Docks for fishing and docks for boats. Small fee.

Tibbitts Maple

8874 Tibbitts Road
New Hartford, NY 13413

(315) 793-3114

Pure maple syrup, maple cream and granulated maple sugar. Year-round syrup sales. Please call ahead.

Captain a pontoon boat on beautiful Otsego, Canadarago or Goodyear Lake. Boats are delivered with personalized instruction from the Captain! Guests can rent boats by the hourly, 1/2 day, full day or weekly basis. Guided tours are also available on Otsego Lake!

The state manages this 3600 acre area that provides habitat to a variety of wildlife species including white-tail deer, grouse, upland songbirds, and a green heron rookery. Big and small game hunting, hiking, birding, and cross country skiing. Dugway Forest, a 96 acre county park is surrounded on three sides by Tioughnioga and includes a stretch of the Link Trail.

We have 22 trails, including 2 Terrain Parks, serviced by 4 lifts. Our main Lodge has a cafeteria and a full service restaurant offering daily lunch and dinner specials. Our state of the art rental shop has skis and snowboards for all ages.

Tours by Design

PO Box 29
Hinckley, NY 13352

Town Square Mall

Vestal Parkway & Sycamore Road
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 729-0294

Features a A.C. Moore, Barnes & Noble, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Fashion Bug, Hallmark Cards, Pet Depot, Sam’s Club, T.J. Maxx, Van Cott Jewelers, Wal-Mart Super center and more. Restaurants include Old Country Buffet, Pizzeria Uno, and TGI Fridays. Lowe’s Home Improvement Center is located across the street from Sam’s Club.
The Town of Florida Veterans Memorial Park provides a venue for visitors to follow a historic timeline paying tribute to our Nation’s Veterans. Monuments recall World War II, Korea, Vietnam, in addition to a main monument and one recognizing K9 service dogs. For the Spring of 2015, dedication of a monument for Operation Enduring Freedom and placement of steel from Tower 2 of the World Trade Center is planned.
Town of Lenox Skate and Bike Park

230 South Peterboro Street
Canastota, NY 13032

This park welcomes the community and travelers, a "wheel" friendly recreational playground. You can bring your skateboard, BMX bike or scooter to enjoy at our park. With the functional flow of the obstacles, you'll be sure to test your expertise. For more information go to our website lenoxny.com or facebook lenox skate park.

"Visit our Adirondack related exhibits and extensive new research library with books, maps, genealogy & business records, vintage photographs and postcards. The museum is open FREE to the public Tuesdays-Saturdays from 10AM - 3PM. "
The Town of Webb Snowmobile Trail System is professionally maintained seven days per week throughout the season with a fleet of groomers. The trails encompass 500 square miles of Adirondack wild lands, and feature pine grove and hardwood forest trails paralleling lakes and rivers, and scenic mountain vistas. The trail system connects to NY State trail systems in Oneida, Lewis and Hamilton counties.
Tracy Creek State Forest covers 512 acres in the town of Vestal in Broome County and the town of Owego in Tioga County, along the NY/Pa border. Although no formal trails exist on the forest, access through the woods is good due to extensive trails created by firewood cutters and these areas are used for hiking, skiing, horseback riding and mountain biking. From Vestal, go south from Ross Corners along Tracy Creek Road for about three miles, Tracy Creek Road then turns into Collins Road which runs through the forest before entering Pennsylvania.
Download 15 maps of hiking trails in and around Madison County.
Trenton Farmers' Market

Park Place, On the Village Green
Holland Patent, NY 13354




Trenton Trees

8982 Trenton Falls-Prospect Road
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 896-4264

Premium grape field grown and potted fir and spruce for wholesale and retail nursery and Christmas trees.Year-round. Call for hours.

Tri-Cities Opera (Main Stage)

Opera Center
315 Clinton Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

The Tri-Cities Opera has been a cultural staple in Greater Binghamton for more than seven decades. The TCO brings world-class performances to the region each year, offering a unique entertainment experience. Renowned for exceptional sets and costume designs, the Tri-Cities Opera stands in a class by itself. The venue produces four full-scale operas each season in the fall, winter and spring.
Tri-Cities Opera (Second Stage)

Opera Center
315 Clinton Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

TCO2The Tri-Cities Opera has been a cultural staple in Greater Binghamton for more than seven decades. The TCO brings world-class performances to the region each year, offering a unique entertainment experience. Renowned for exceptional sets and costume designs, the Tri-Cities Opera stands in a class by itself. The venue produces four full-scale operas each season in the fall, winter and spring.
Tribes Hill Heritage Center

P.O. Box 373
Tribes Hill, NY 12177

Tug Hill Alpacas

1268 Metott Road
Camden, NY 13316

88-Acre forested Alpaca farm breeding and selling quality animals. Handspun yarn, crocheted hats, scarves, etc. from herd fibers. Tours by appointment.

Early Cupboards-Primitives, Country furniture and appropriate accessories to make your house a home. Open 7 days a week by chance or appointment. If the flag is out we're open! Route 20 east 2 miles from Bouckville on the right. Prop. Jack & Dirinda Houghton.

Tuscarora Lake

Routes 86 & 67
Erieville, NY 13061

316 acres and maximum depth of 42 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, norther pike, walleye, pumpkinseed, bluegill, yellow perch and white sucker.

Twin Orchards Farm, Inc.

4695 Middle Settlement Road
New Hartford, NY 13413

(315) 736-5883

Over 30 apple varieties. Fresh cider and vegetables; Cheese, maple syrup, honey and gifts.

Twister Valley Sports Complex

7721 State Highway 5S
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Motorcross complex. MSC Motocross Open: April 14-October 20 Nightcross on Friday nights, gates open at 7am, racing starts after 6 pm practice Open practice every Tuesday: 4:30-8:30pm
US Post Office in Amsterdam

Church Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The US Post Office in Amsterdam was built in 1935–1936 by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department under Louis A. Simon. It consists of a 2.5-story, symmetrically massed brick building with 1-story side wings and a large rear wing in the Colonial Revival style. The interior features a pair of 1939 murals by Henry Schnakenberg (1892–1970). It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
US Post Office in Canajoharie

50 West Main Street
Canajoharie, NY 13317

The historic US Post Office in Canajoharie was built in 1937 by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department under Louis A. Simon. It is a one-story, symmetrical brick building on a stone watertable in the Colonial Revival style. It features a gable roof with a square, flat topped cupola with Doric order pilasters and round-arched vent openings. The interior features a 1942 mural by Anatol Shulkin (1899-1961) titled Invention of the Paper Bag in Canajoharie. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
US Post Office in Fort Plain

41 River Street
Fort Plain, NY 13339

The historic US Post Office in Fort Plain was built in 1931 by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department under James A. Wetmore. It is a two-story, symmetrical brick building with a one-story rear wing in the Colonial Revival style. It features a shallow projecting frontispiece framed by four brick pilasters and a pair of Grecian style lamps with glass globes. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
US Post Office in Saint Johnsville

Main Street
St. Johnsville, NY 13452

The US Post Office in Saint Johnsville was built in 1936 by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department under Louis A. Simon. It is a one-story, symmetrical brick building on a stone watertable in the Colonial Revival style. It features a copper-clad gable roof with a square, flat topped cupola with a weathervane. The interior features a 1940 mural by Jirayr H. Zorthian (1911-2004) titled “Early St. Johnsville Pioneers.” It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Unadilla Drive-In Theatre

1706 State Highway 7
Unadilla, NY 13849

(607) 369-2000

Find out why drive-ins are America's best entertainment value - see 2 great movies, enjoy great food and have great fun all for one low price! In addition, there are great weekly give-aways. Nightly shows at dusk in season.

Unadilla Motorsports

Route 8
New Berlin, NY 13411

Motocross and ATV racing
Excellent canoeing, long, deep, slow pools; mostly tree-lined. Hand launch at South New Berlin off Rte. 8 & 23. Fish:Walleyes, chain pickerel, large and smallmouth bass and panfish.
Welcome to Uncorked Creations, a painting studio that brings people, art and wine together! A local artist will guide all of the classes with step-by-step instruction on how to create the featured piece. At the end of the class, take home great memories and a work of art created by you!
Uncorked Wine and Chocolate Loft is best known for their perfect pairings of wine and chocolate. Recently, we have added specialty cocktails, appetizers, fondues and so much more, made with local, fresh ingredients. While enjoying a drink and some delicious food, relax with friends in a cozy nook, or mingle around the room as this is not your typical bar!

The Underground Railroad was part of the Abolitionist Movement to end slavery in America. In 1835, about 600 abolitionists assembled at the Bleecker Street Presbyterian Church in Utica to establish the New York State Anit-Slavery Society. By the end of 1835 there were 17 anti-slavery societies throughout the county. People here and across the north sent hundreds of petitions to Congress protesting slavery, even though Congress had imposed a "gag rule" and refused to acknowledge the petitions or discuss slavery.

Oneidans were prominent in the formation of the Liberty Party, a forerunner of Abraham Lincoln's Republican Party. Abolitionists in Oneida County worked closely with people from Peterboro, Syracuse, and Oswego to help freedom-seekers find safety along the Underground Railroad.  Both black and white Oneidans operated stations that linked central New York to the nation's Underground Railroad system. Long before the Civil War ended the debate on slavery, it was

For more information: Janet Stemmer Email:janetny@roadrunner.com

Unity Hall

103 Vanderkemp Avenue
Barneveld, NY 13304

A historic home for the arts in Central New York, Unity Hall hosts concerts, live theater, lectures and other events.Located just 10 miles north of Utica and 12 miles east of Rome in the village of Barneveld, New York, Unity Hall is conveniently close to those who live in or visit the Mohawk Valley and the western region of the Adirondack Park.

Built in 1896, Unity Hall is a beautifully restored community gathering place that offers a truly unique setting for enjoying live, music, taking in a play or attending any of a variety of other events sponsored by the Unity Hall Foundation and other presenters throughout the year. The Summer Music Series runs from March through October and features a wide ranging lineup of local and regional musicians with styles to fit any lyrical taste North Country Stage presents full stage productions throughout the year, featuring a local lineup performing some of Broadway's favorites The Festival of Lights celebrates the holiday season with chora

University Plaza

Plaza Drove & Vestal Parkway
Vestal, NY 13850

Features several smaller stores and restaurants, including Clintwood Healthy U, Coldstone Creamery, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Moghul Fine Indian Cuisine, Subway and Tully’s.

(607) 759-6273

The Thayer Farm is a 256 acre farm established by William Thayer (1775-1861). It was recently donated to the Biological Field Station by Rufus Thayer for the purpose of research and education.

The farm has lakefront property on Otsego Lake, a boat house, trails, and many acres of mature woodlands.

There are more than 80 acres being actively used for agriculture. Twelve buildings are being renovated for student and faculty use.

Utica Art & Vine

157 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

Join us for a fun paint and sip night out.

You've never painted before? Don't worry! Experience is NOT necessary but enthusiasm is welcomed. How does this work? A local artist will guide you with step-by-step instructions.At the end of our fun paint and sip event, you'll have your very own one-of a kind painting to take home. Best of all, you'll have great memories of your unique experience.

UticaArt Gallery

106 Genesee St
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 525-1311

Utica Children's Museum

311 Main Street
Utica, NY 13501

Utica Farmers' Market

Elizabeth St, Chancellor Park
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 792-0114



Utica Maennerchor

5535 Flanagan Road
Marcy, NY 13403

Utica Memorial Auditorium

400 Oriskany Street West
Utica, NY 13502

The UTICA MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM was built by the City of Utica in 1959 on the site of the old Erie Canal on land donated by the State of New York. Dedicated to the memory of area veterans and the wars in which they served, it was, at the time, one of only three arenas worldwide that had a completely unobstructed view-no support pillars to see around. Madison Square Garden in New York City is actually modeled after the Auditorium

The City operated the Auditorium from 1960 until 1996. The Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, ZZ Top and Kenny Rogers were just a few of the many performers that wowed crowds here in Central New York, as did perennial favorites Harlem Globetrotters, Ice Capades, and professional boxing and wrestling. Even Hollywood came calling when scenes from the movie Slap Shot, starring Paul Newman, were filmed here.

Late in 1996, the AUD, as it is known locally, was sold to the Upper Mohawk Valley Memorial Auditorium Authority, which continues the fine traditio

Utica Zoo

One Utica Zoo Way
Utica, NY 13501

With more than 99 species of animals to see and learn about, Utica Zoo is the perfect location to bring your family, friends, or that special someone. Catch a California sea lion show, or visit the adorable endangered red pandas. See how loud you can roar compared to an African lion, or take a hike on our wooded Nature Trail. Have your child's next birthday party at the zoo or attend an educational program. Don't miss Utica Zoo's premier fundraising events like Brewfest, Wine in the Wilderness, Spooktacular, and Eggstravaganza. Hold your next event in the Utica Zoo's Rotary Pavilion. For more information, please visit uticazoo.org or call (315) 738-0472. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @uticazoo for daily updates.

Winter Hours and Admission: Nov 1 to March 31: 10am to 4:00pm Summer Hours and Admission: April 1 to October 31: 10am to 4:45pm
Valley Side Farm Dairy

10860 Middle Road
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 831-2009

Dan's Premium Ice Cream, butter, milk and cheese available in on-farm dairy store. Horse drawn ice cream cart for events. Call for hours.

Valley View Elderberry Farms

11170 Vary Road
Ava, NY 13303

(315) 942-5190

Choke cherries, red and black currants and elderberries in season. Dehydrated elderberries, elderberry wine and vinegar. Please call ahead for harvest date information.

Valley View Walking Trails

298 Sheep-Pen Road
Unadilla, NY 13849

(607) 563-3459

Nature trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or mountain biking. Scenic trails with lookout points. Closed during hunting season. Snowshoe rentals available.

Van Alstyne Homestead Society and Museum is a fortified homestead, typical of 18th-century Dutch architecture, featuring colonial artifacts, furnishings and 19th century images of historic sites by artist Rufus Grider. The long, low rectangular fieldstone house was built in 1730 with a steeply pitched gambrel roof and a garrett under the roof. A 2.5-story frame addition runs across the rear. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Open Saturdays 12pm-4pm, May 23 to September 5 Events at this Location Jun 06, ’15 1:00pm – Jun 06, ’15 4:00pm – National Dairy Month Celebration at the Homestead Jun 13, ’15 1:00pm – Jun 13, ’15 4:00pm – 2nd Annual Picnic Day at the Homestead

Vernon Downs Casino & Hotel is 100% smoke-free with convenient inside access to the adjoining 760-game casino, complete with live entertainment. Hold your next meeting or event with us, with space that can accommodate up to 350 guests. Savor our signature Champions Buffet, Triple 777 CafŽ, Mr. GÕs Food & Spirits and Ring Eyed PeteÕs Bar. Enjoy live harness racing April through November. Family friendly with no fee for admission and several dining choices.

Vernon Downs Casino & Racing

4229 Stuhlman Road
Vernon, NY 13476

Our 100% smoke free casino offers over 750 exciting, cash friendly games in a smoke free environment and free live entertainment every weekend with local and national acts.  Ring Eyed Pete's bar and Champion's buffet will satisfy your hunger and thirst with delicious cuisine and fast, friendly service. If a sandwich or snack is what you crave try Triple 7's Cafe also located in the casino. Daily, weekly and monthly promotions make your visit to our Casino even more exciting! Group packages available.

Enjoy the thrills of live harness racing at the Downs from April through November on the largest and fastest track in New York State known as the Home of the Miracle Mile; Family friendly with no fee for parking or admission and several dining choices make it a great night out!

Stay on the resort property at The Hotel @ Vernon Downs. Rooms all include a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, 32" flat-screen hi-def TV, free HBO and Wi-Fi and luxurious pillow top m

Verona Beach Lighthouse

Off Route 13, S. Shoreline
Verona Beach, NY 13162

75 foot tall lighthouse built in 1915. And there is an association dedicated to the care and restoration. Just go to Verona Beach Lighthouse Association at http://www.veronabeachlighthouse.org

Vestal Farmers' Market

320 Vestal Parkway East
Route 434 (Vestal Library parking lot)
Vestal, NY 13850

This seasonal farmers market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowers, homemade items and more. The market is held on Wednesday and Saturday in the parking lot of the public library from late May through October.
Vestal Hills Country Club

3115 Webb Road
P.O. Box 142
Binghamton, NY 13903

# Holes: 18 Yards: 6,094 Par: 72 Cost: TBD
Vestal Museum

328 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

10:00 am - 3:00 pm Tuesday - Saturday (seasonal) Changing exhibits pertaining to the rich history of Vestal.
This paved hiking and biking trail is 2.1 miles long and runs from North Main Street in Vestal to African Road, parallel to and on the north side of the Vestal Parkway (NY Route 434). Parking is behind the Shoppes at Vestal, 2317 Vestal Parkway East. ** Plans are underway to extend the trail West **

(609) 892-2989


3273 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

Celebrating over 50 year of bringing arts to the Central Adirondacks. Presenting year-round exhibits, workshops and performances for all ages. Host of the prestigious Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors.
Villa Verona Vineyard

4914 State Route 365
Verona, NY 13478

Villa Verona Vineyard is the first winery in Oneida County. While perhaps modest in size, it will be grand in offerings and quality. Production will begin at 3000-4000 cases VVV Winery and tasting room 1.7 miles west of Turning Stone Casino on Route 365 in Verona. Featuring 8 different wines from sweet to dry along with Wine Slushies and unique gifts.

Wine Tastings are offered Daily, 5 tastings for $5 and glasses of wine and Wine Slushies are $7 each. We also offer flights of beer for $5 and 32 oz growlers for $12.25.

Try our Cheese plate made with local products for only $7!

Village Bandstand

Main St
Sylvan Beach, NY 13157

Vromans Nose Preservation Corp.

Mill Valley Road
PO Box 402
Middleburgh, NY 12122

(518) 827-4687

Historic land mark
Wade's Tree Farm

1022 Shapley Road
Bainbridge, NY 13733


Tree farm, Christmas Trees farm, Hay
Wagner Farm State Forest

Cove Brook Rd
Gilbertsville, NY 13776

(607) 547-4488

Wagner Farm State Forest consists of 458 acres of land for recreational use and is located in the town of Butternuts.

Wagner Farms

5841 Old Oneida Road
Rome, NY 13440

You-Pick raspberries, currants and gooseberries. Complete selection of fresh produce Please call to check berry harvest dates.

New also and part of Wagner Farms is Central New York's only Fig growing business, CNY Figgery. Our fig business grows fresh figs and trees for sale seasonally. With over 150 varieties and many colors we have the fig for you. Greenhouse tours of the figgery everyday of the week but Fridays.

Like us on facebook@Wagner Farms or CNY Figgery

Walter Elwood Museum of the Mohawk Valley

100 Church Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

The Walter Elwood Museum of the Mohawk Valley (formally the Mohawk Valley Heritage Association or MVHA) was formed in 1981 to protect a small, school-owned museum. Due to budgetary difficulties, the school district had had to give up staffing the museum and turned over management of the collections to our group. The collections include an extensive assortment of approximately 25,000 artifacts encompassing: multicultural, Victorian, natural history and items that relate to Mohawk Valley’s colorful industrial past (documentary, photographic and tangible). Since its inception, the museum has served to link school curriculum to the dynamic richness of our common cultural and historic heritage and has functioned as an intellectual and artistic center for Amsterdam and the Mohawk Valley. We offer interactive learning environments, educational classes and a spectrum of cultural events. We also feature various new exhibits, guest lecturers and summer and vacation enrichment
Waterville Farmers' Market

Village Green
Waterville, NY 13480

(315) 750-5785



West Endicott Park Carousel

501 Maple Street
(at Page Avenue)
Endicott, NY 13760

Installed in 1929, this carousel features 36 animals, 3-abreast, including a pig and a dog. The West Endicott Park is adjacent to Endicott-Johnson factories, consistent with Johnson’s commitment to providing recreational facilities for his employees and their families. Park has a kiddie pool, tennis courts, playground and a covered picnic shelter. Park open: 9:00 am – dusk. Pool open: Noon - 5 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm. Carousel open: Memorial Day through June 19th 12:00 - 7:45 pm, Saturday and Sunday only. June 25 through Labor day 12:00 – 7:45PM daily. (607) 786-2970.
West Star Farms

5373 Bartlett Road
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 339-0678

Fresh produce, hay and corn. Year-round; please call ahead.

West Utica Public Market

809 Court Street
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 731-3707



Westmoreland Farmer's Market

Rt. 233, Seymour's Diner Parking Lot
Westmoreland, NY 13490



Wethersfield Farm Stand

10106 Route 365
Holland Patent, NY 13354

(315) 865-4747

Fresh seasonal fruit and produce, pumpkins, fall flowers, Christmas trees and balsam and twig barbwire horseshoe wreaths. Call for hours.

Whaupaunaucau State Forest

North Norwich, NY


1,187 acres of trails that are available for X-country skiing and hiking. Fishing is also available on Jeffrey's Pond, a 10-acre impoundment
Where It All Began Bat Company

87 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-7101

Bats made to order! Worlds largest wooden baseball bat on display at retail store. Company factory open for tours during the summer.

Whitesboro Farmers Market

On the Village Green
Whitesboro, NY 13492



Whitesboro Historical Museum

8 Park Avenue
Whitesboro, NY 13492

(315) 736-1613

Celebrating our Grand Opening in 2016!

The following whitewater and paddling routes have been shared by volunteers. Montgomery County does not monitor or test these routes and cannot guarantee that natural changes have not occurred since the last volunteer report. All water activities on public waterways are undertaken at your own risk.  Cobleskill Creek: easy and shallow whitewater rafting and paddling access, except for the mile above Bramanville and the Bramanville Falls and a 5-foot drop above Central Bridge. Putin location GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 42.64666 Longitude: -74.53473; Takeout location GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 42.70972 Longitude: -74.32639 Caroga Creek: mildly difficult 9.5 mile whitewater section from Ephratah to Route 5. Putin location GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 43.0339 Longitude: -74.5262; Takeout Location GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 42.96749 Longitude: -74.62831 East Canada Creek: mildly difficult 8 miles, Dolgeville to Route 5 in M
The trail is 2.0 miles long and goes from Broome County’s Dorchester Park around the southern shore of the Whitney Point Lake to Keibel Road in Whitney Point. The Whitney Point Lake was built by the Army Corps of Engineers on the Otselic River to create a flood control lake 1200 acres in size and 4.5 miles long. Take I-81 North 15 miles from Binghamton to Exit 8, Whitney Point. Follow NY Route 26 North through the town intersection and east across the river. At the top of the hill turn left at the dam access road.
Wightman Specialty Woods

146 County Highway 35A
Portlandville, NY 13834

Wightman Specialty Woods has been producing custom flooring, moulding, siding, stair treads, wainscot, paneling, and specialty hardwoods - including cherry, maple, ash, and basswood - since 1945. Their cypress products are ideal for outdoor applications including decking and covered porch flooring. They also exercise environmental stewardship essential to maintaining a healthy forest and ecosystem.

Located near downtown Oneonta, the upper level of this park can be accessed via Center Street and has a large picnic pavilion, basketball court, modern playground structure and the beautiful Applebaugh Gardens. The lower level is accessed via Spruce Street and includes a small picnic pavilion, Briggs Swimming Pool, the George Waddington Tennis Courts, handball courts, and two multi-use practice fields. Intermingled throughout Wilber Park's 56 acres are a host of quiet walking and biking trails.

Wild Sky Bison Ranch

Route 12
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 724-2557

Featuring Adirondack camp and home furnishings, art, woodland crafts, custom woodworking in a museum setting.
Wildlife Museum at Morrisville State

Bicknell Hall
Morrisville, NY 13408

(315) 684-6390

Unique collection of over 60 North American and African Big Game mammals. African art, ivory, and tribal objects. Soapstone carvings from North American Eskimos. Open during the academic year.

Wiles Park

Clyde Street
Fort Plain, NY 13339

Public park with horseshoes, playground, picnic areas and ball fields.
Williams Rome Grown Garlic

6836 S. James St
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 337-0595

Willowplace Farm

158 Smith Lane
Canajoharie, NY 13317

Onions, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, garlic. Open in the summer. Call ahead for hours.
Willy's Farm and Cider Mill

349 Badeau Hill Road
Schenevus, NY 12155

(607) 638-9449

Family-operated cider mill and pumpkin farm located on 100 beautiful acres, with lots of room to run. Produce, pumpkins, pies, corn maze, crafts, hay rides. Open September and October. Hours are Fri 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sat 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; and Sun 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m; and on Labor Day and Columbus Day from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Windfall Dutch Barn

Hamlet of Salt Springville
NY (Co Rd 31), NY 13339

The Windfall Dutch Barn is a pre-revolutionary restored structure, seated on its original site, located in the hamlet of Salt Springville, NY (Co Rd 31). This site was used as a resting and feeding place during the Revolutionary War wagon march by General Clinton on the way to the Susquehanna River, with 3,000 patriots and 400 boats loaded on wagons. Summer concerts, poetry readings.
Windsor Farmers' Market

Village Green
Main Street
Windsor, NY 13865

(607) 655-2507

Thursdays, June 9th through Sept 1st Farmers Market 5:00 to 8 pm – Concerts 6:00 to 8 pm Fresh Fruits and Veggies Handmade Desserts, Ice Creams, Beignets, Kettle Korn and Hawaiian Ice Local Agua Fresca Meals-to-go, featuring menus from Around the World
Windsor Whip Works Art Gallery

98 Main Street
Windsor, NY 13865

Windsor Whip Works Art Center is located in an 1874 Italianate building in Windsor, N.Y. From 1901 to 1951, the structure was the home of Windsor Whip Works Buggy Whip Factory. Until the advent of the automobile, Windsor had been one of the leading manufacturers of buggy whips in America. Over the years, the building deteriorated into an eyesore of neglect. In the summer of 1999, Johanne and Bill Pesce purchased the building and restored it to its original Italianate architecture, turning it into an upscale art gallery and vibrant community art center. A schedule of classes & workshops, seminars, life classes and print making have become a regular feature of Windsor Whip Works Art Center. In 2008 the Art Gallery became Windsor Whip Works Art Center— a nonprofit organization acting as a visual arts resource for people all ages and abilities, serving Broome and Delaware Counties, as well as Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Windy Hill Candle Factory

5199 NY Route 79
Port Crane, NY 13833

The proud “Home to Candyland: The Sweetest Place on Earth,” Windy Hill is the place to get your fill of hand-crafted treats. Specializing in hard-to-find “retro” candies, Windy Hill promises to help adults rediscover favorites from childhood and children to enjoy products made in the vein of yesteryear’s sweets. And of course there’s a huge selection of candles, air fresheners, soaps and more! People loved the new items so we kept adding more and started Candyland. Within six months candy was outselling our candles that we have sold since 1995! So we continue to look for the new items and add them to our retro items. You can see photos in the visit candyland section.Check back often and please tell your friends about us. WINDY HILL HAS BEEN SELLING THE FINEST CANDLES DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC AT WHOLESALE PRICES SINCE 1995! TO SHOP CANDLES VISIT US AT http://www.4GREATCANDLES.COM.
Windy Willow Farm

121 Dutch Church Road
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Chemical-free pastured lamb, pork and eggs. Egg delivery. Chemical-free vegetables, strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes and melons. CSA vegetable shares are available. We also sell homemade soaps. Please call to schedule any requests for tours. Open all year, call for availability.
Nature at its finest. Wintergreen Park features the dramatic 45-foot Canajoharie Falls and several smaller cascades in the public section of Canajoharie Gorge, as well as scenic nature trails and picnic areas. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, 9am-9:30pm.
Wolf Mountain Nature Center

562 Hopkins Crandall Road
Smyrna, NY 13464

This nature center is a unique place where observation of natural wolf behavior is available. Trails for walking. Call before visiting
Wolf Oak Acres

6470 Creek Road
Oneida, NY 13421

Come enjoy the fresh air and pristine views from this beautiful 180 acre farm nestled on the banks of the Cowaselon Creek in Madison County.The farm is the perfect place for school field trips, company socials, team building adventures, scout outing, family parties or picturesque weddings. However big or small bring your family and friends to Wolf Oak Acres this season and create memories to last a lifetime!

Wolf Oak Acres is more than a maze; it's an experience for any age. Take a scenic wagon ride along the banks of the creek, pick pumpkins, enjoy home-made fudge and snacks. Kick back and watch our famous pig races, or rope yourself a steer. Shoot targets with our corn cannons or slingshots. Pan for gems or fossils, or ride the pedal carts!  Don't forget in October to visit the Night maze and family Moo-vies!

Every weekend we have different special events: from Special Needs Resource Fairs, a Farm Expo, Balloons and Bounty - hot air balloon and pride of NY

This Town of Chenango park consists of 182 acres and approximately 3.5 miles of hiking trails. A very scenic waterfall can be found along the Nature Trail overlooking Dorman Creek. Take Fuller Road off of US 11 (Upper Front Street), turn left after the underpass on Dorman Road, and follow signs.
Woodcrest Golf Club

6200 Cheese Factory Rd.
Chittenango, NY 13037

18 hole golf course overlooking Central New York. Reception and banquet facilities for up to 150.

Woodland Cycles

24 S. Main Street
Milford, NY 13807

Woodland Cycles is a full service bicycle shop offering Cannondale hybrid bikes for rent with 1/2 day, full-day, and weekly rates. Helmets and locks are included in the rental price. Call or email the shop to book your rentals for future visits to the area (607) 643-3848 - woodlandcycles@gmail.com. Explore Otsego county the right way, the bike way!

Woodland Farm Brewery

6002 Trenton Road
Utica, NY 13502


Oneida Counties first Farm Brewery promising:
* 4 flagship beers
* 8+ rotating/ seasonal beers
* Flights, Pints and Growler fills

Woodland Farm Berwery offers a comfortable family and dog friendly environment!
Check us out on the web at www.woodlandbeer.com and on social media for all of our current offerings and events.

Woodman Lake

Woodman Rd.
Eaton, NY 13334

95 acres and maximum depth of 70 feet.

Woodside Hall

1 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Woodside Hall is a historical architectural gem right on Main Street.  Built in 1879, Woodside Hall provides seniors with a long-term, home-like environment.

Wright National Soccer Campus

18 Stadium Circle
Oneonta, NY 13820

Located on the former site of the National Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum in Oneonta, the Wright National Soccer Campus has hosted various events, including numerous Hall of Fame Induction matches, NCAA Division I Tournament games, U.S. Men's and Women's Olympic Soccer Teams, and NYS Public High School Championships. The campus features four professionally-maintained 120 X 75-yard natural grass playing surfaces, bleachers and team benches on each field, handicap-accessible restrooms, fully stocked food concessions, and ample parking very close to the fields.

Wrobel Farms

927 Route 8 North
Bridgewater, NY 13313

(315) 822-5154

Garlic, sweet corn and other produce as available. 1850's Cobblestone hop kiln, artifacts, hop variety plots and samples on premise. Garlic mail order and available mid-Aug-Oct 1 at farm. Sweet corn late Jul-mid Sep. Tours by appointment.

Yager Museum of Art and Culture

One Hartwick Drive
Yager Hall, 1st Floor
Oneonta, NY 13820

The Yager features permanent and changing exhibitions of fine art, archaeology and ethnography, with collections ranging from ancient artifacts of the Upper Susquehanna's first human inhabitants to contemporary art. Among the collection's strengths are North and South American ethnography, Renaissance art, American Impressionism and Andy Warhol. In addition to being a center for exploration of our artistic, archaeological, ethnographical, historical and cultural heritage, the Museum serves as an experiential learning lab for Hartwick students and visitors alike.

Current Exhibitions 

  • "Masterpieces of European and American Art: the Hartwick College Art Treasure Room," Van Ess Gallery, permanent exhibition.
  • "Andy Warhol: Photographs in the Yager Museum Collection," Main Gallery, through May 21, 2016.
  • "Rapture and Havoc: Kurtz, Malanga and Warhol at Hartwick College," Elting Gallery, through May 21, 2016.
Yale’s Trees

270 Hardy Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 729-0795

Call for availability Pre-cut trees

Yankee Doodles gift shop is an old fashioned country store circa 1920's style. We sell old fashioned candy, wood carvings, decorative accessories, candles, jams & jellies, and other handmade crafts. Chainsaw woodcarving demonstrations often.

Yates Falls was the site of a gristmill owned by the Vrooman family. General George Washington and his entourage reportedly spent the night at Vrooman’s house in Yatesville (site of present day Randall). Several Mohawk Indian villages are known to have been located near this State Forest. They generally date back to the 1600’s. Yatesville Falls is part of a 2,000 tract in a working circle with Rural Grove State Forest purchased by the state in the 1930s for timber production, recreational use, watershed production and wildlife habitat. Forest Access Road is unplowed and used by snowmobiles and cross-country skiers. From Route 162, take Logtown Road to Anderson Road (County Route 106) 30-foot Yatesville Falls, also known as Buttermilk Falls, can be seen near the western end of Forest Access Road, which intersects County Route 106.

Yellow Brick Road Casino is a $20 million, smoke-free, 60,000 square-foot gaming venue located in the village of Chittenango. Opened in 2015, the casino celebrates the communityÕs connection with the iconic story, ÒThe Wonderful Wizard of OzÓ. The casino features more than 400 Las Vegas style slot machines, 14 table games, dining at DorothyÕs Farmhouse Restaurant and Wicked Good Pizza, and lounge service at Winged Monkey Bar and Heart & Courage Saloon.

Zems Ice Cream

124 Hickory St.
Canastota, NY 13032

Serving soft serve custard, hard ice cream from Hersey, 19 hole mini golf, a game room and party room, and outdoor picnic area. Now offering a candy store with candy made since the 1900's to present! Look for the 10ft. giraffe and the red caboose to welcome you! Ice cream stand open from April 1st to labor Day. Candy shop open year round along with party and event space.

Dining Listings (772)
5S Diner

12 Hancock Street
Fort Plain, NY 13339

(518) 993-5306

28 South Tapas and Wine Bar

28 South Broad Street
Norwich, NY 13815

(607) 334-2233

99 Restaurant

8675 Clinton Street
New Hartford, NY 13413

The Ninety Nine Restaurant is a comfortable place to get together with friends and family. Unwind with co-workers in front our TV's, grab a bite before a movie or enjoy dinner in our relaxing dining room. Our servers make sure you're always treated right, with friendly, attentive service and our menu has something for everyone. We offer a wide selection of appetizers, entrees, delicious desserts and signature cocktails and are known for our own signature hand-breaded Boneless Buffalo Wings, smothered with the Ninety Nine's own special sauce, and Broiled Sirloin Tips in a special marinade. So come as you are and enjoy a great food and great drink all at a terrific value.
518 Grille

128 Polar Plaza Rd
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Acropolis Greek Restaurant

621 James Street
Utica, NY 13501

Hours of Operation:

Lunch: Take-Out Only
Dinner: 4:30pm to 8:30pm

Friday and Saturday
Dinner: 4:30pm to 9:00pm

Acropolis Restaurant

27 Washington Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 754-7766

For close to 40 years, the food at Acropolis has never disappointed. The prices are great, the food is great and the staff is as well. The owners, Jerry and Niná take pride in their organization and can guarantee you an overall great dining experience. Cuisine: Greek, American
Across the Row Bistro

8 East Park Row
Clinton, NY 13323

Located in a restored 1840's home on the center of the historic Village of Clinton, near Hamilton College. Open Thursday thru Monday evenings, serving inspired American Fare and accommodating all palates including Vegetarians or Vegan. Outdoor dining is available from April thru October on our covered Victorian porch in a quaint village setting. Reservations are accepted but not required on our website, social media and open table platforms. Small rooms available for private dining also. 

Adirondack Cafe

3063 State Route 28
P.O. Box 1071
Old Forge, NY 13420

(315) 369-3613

Casual Dining - Featuring great lunch and dinner menus daily; outdoor cafe with beer and wine.
Adirondack Diner

8125 State Route 12
Barneveld, NY 13304

(315) 896-2871

Adirondack Lanes and Diner has a wide selection of food in its Diner and great specials in both the Diner and on the lanes.

Adirondack Pizzeria

3107 State Route 28
P.O. Box 710
Old Forge, NY 13420

(315) 369-6028

Casual Dining - serving pizza, wings, hot and cold subs and more.
Africa House

50 Washington Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

Africa House is a beautifully restored 6500 sq ft multipurpose, multidimensional site for art, culture and education focusing on Africa and the African diaspora is located in the historic Village of Endicott in upstate New York, the birthplace of IBM. Located at 50 Washington Avenue, Endicott, NY, Africa House is 10 minutes from the city of Binghamton, and just three hours from New York City.
Aiello's Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

Corner of Main Street & Route 11
Whitney Point, NY 13862

Since 1982, Chef Vincenzo Aiello and front of the House Calogero (Charlie) Aiello owned and personally operated Aiello’s Ristorante. By using the best ingredients and dedication, we have grown to a well-known family Restaurant. Cuisine: Italian, American
Airport Inn Restaurant

2166 Airport Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 797-6763

Family owned for almost 30 years and family-friendly. We have over 80 different flavors of wings to choose from! Cuisine: Pub food, wings
Al's Restaurant

701 Elizabeth St
Utica, NY 13501

(315) 733-3574

Alberto's Pizzeria

1101 Mohawk St
Utica, NY 13501

(315) 735-6130

Alder Creek Inn

11573 State Rt. 12
Alder Creek, NY 13301

(315) 942-9976

Alee's Restaurant

247 Elizabeth Street
Utica, NY 13501


Thursday and Friday- 4:30 pm to 8:00pm

Saturday and Sunday- 4:30pm to 9:00pm

Alex's Restaurant

149 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

(607) 547-4070

Located on Main Street in Cooperstown, Alex's serves lunch and dinner year round. Dishes vary from Salmon Sesame Noodles, Jamaican Slow Roast Goat Curry and Moroccan Saffron Lamb Tagine.

Alfredo's Banquet Specialists

8360 Seneca Turnpike, Rt 5
New Hartford, NY 13413

Alfresco's Italian Bistro

26 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-8466

From pizza slices to specialty entrees, enjoy an exceptional dining experience in a warm atmosphere with friendly, caring staff. In addition to the main dining area, Alfresco's has a banquet area, and is available for catering. Come into the outdoors and dine Alfresco's! Open from 11:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

All American Cafe

99 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

With a great menu of crisp salads, sandwiches, hearty burgers and delicious wraps, it's the only outdoor restaurant on Main Street - the perfect place to enjoy a beautiful day. Accommodates large groups for dinner by reservation. Open daily from May through November, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Alteri's Restaurant

7 College Street
Clinton, NY 13323

Ambasador Restaurant

537 Albany Street
Utica, NY 13501

American Legion First Ward Post 1254

1 Grace Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 797-0885

American Legions across the country are known for working towards the betterment of the veterans of Great Wars. The American Legion Post 1254 in Binghamton, too, strives hard to make the war veterans feel at home, by hosting a number of concerts, cultural and community programs that celebrate the contributions of the veterans during the wars. Apart from the concerts and other cultural events, its event space is also available for hire for private events. For more information about their programs and to be a part of it, call ahead or visit their premises. LGBT wedding friendly
American Legion Post 80

76 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 722-2785

"Veterans helping Veterans." LGBT wedding friendly
American Legion Post 82

1305 Riverside Drive
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 785-2611

American Legion Post 89

118 S. Jensen Road
Vestal, NY 13850-2846

(607) 797-2290

We are open to the public! LGBT wedding friendly
American Legion Post 758

429 Main Street
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 770-1979

Post 758 has facilities available for rentals for private and non-profit functions. The photo above is of our Main Hall, decorated for Christmas 2008. We also have an East Room, next to the Main Hall, and a Green Room, which is located on the ground floor of our Post Home next to the old Member’s Lounge.
American Legion Post 1305

820 Lower Stella Ireland Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 797-2502

American Legion Post 1645

177 Robinson Street
Binghamton, NY 13904

(607) 724-7258

The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans. Hundreds of local American Legion programs and activities strengthen the nation one community at a time. American Legion Baseball is one of the nation’s most successful amateur athletic programs, educating young people about the importance of sportsmanship, citizenship and fitness. The Heroes to Hometowns program connects local Legionnaires with recovering wounded warriors and their families, providing a variety of support activities. The Legion raises millions of dollars in donations at the local, state and national levels to help veterans and their fa
American Legion Post 1700

305 Maple Street
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 785-1700

Since our charter in 1947 our American Legion Post 1700 has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families. To the wonderful patriotic citizens of the community. Help us to continue sponsoring Scholarships for our children; give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects. 100% of the monies raised are given back to the community.
Amici Pub & Pizzeria

126 Henry Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 238-7466

Amici was opened in 2011 with the idea that we wanted to create a comfortable atmosphere for our customers.  We completely renovated and remodeled the existing space to feature a 30 foot long granite bar, a beautiful back bar, 3 HD TVs and seating throughout the bar.   We carry one of the widest selections of beer in the area. We have 16 beers on tap and 29 bottled beers including the most popular brands to some of the best micro brews in the area.  We also feature premium liquors and wine by the glass or bottle.  We're sure that one of our 16 specialty pizzas will appeal to you or you can build your own with our always fresh toppings.
Amsterdam Diner

4790 State Highway 30
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Anchor Light Inn & Cafe

6839 Lakeshore Road
Verona Beach, NY 13162


261 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

Italian for encore, Ancora! is located adjacent to the historic Stanley Theatre and is one of the area's premier dining establishments. With its concrete-exposed high ceilings, stage lighting, custom-designed wine tower bar, open kitchen, colorful, local artwork and seasonal outdoor seating, Ancora! is the perfect blend of rustic old-world and urban design.

Featuring Mediterranean-inspired, mouthwatering cuisine, including a signature select tapas menu, Ancora! will have you begging for more. Shared with friends or cherished alone, Ancora! is the ideal compliment to any evening, conversation or show.

We look forward to having you as our guest!


Monday-Saturday: 11:30am to 2pm


Monday-Thursday 5-9pm Friday -Saturday 5-11pm


Andres Blue Ribbon BBQ

6047 State Highway 7
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 222-1816

Lookin' for the best BBQ? Look for the pink pig sign. We are located 2 miles east of Price Chopper in the east end of Oneonta.

Antonio’s Bar & Trattoria

100 Oak Hill Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 748-6269

At Antonio’s, there is delicious food and plentiful drinks. Often there is live entertainment, wine-pairing dinners, & other special events that you won't want to miss. Cuisine: Bistro Fare
Apple Betty

Rt. 5
Vernon, NY 13476

Apple Dumpling Café

131 Brooks Road
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 729-2683

Apple Hills is the place to eat fresh all year long. The Apple Dumpling Cafe serves a hearty breakfast and delicious lunches cooked with our own ingredients. Cuisine: Breakfast, Lunch

300 Riverside Center
New Hartford, NY 13502

Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar

5006 New York 23
Oneonta, NY 13820

Whether it's for lunch, dinner, after work, or late at night, we've got the neighborhood favorites you've grown to love.

Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar

3701 Vestal Parkway E
Vestal, NY 13760

(607) 729-4311

Applebee’s Bar and Grill is a family-friendly casual dining experience with an extensive menu ranging from burgers, salads, pastas and more. Cuisine: American
Aqua Vino Restaurant

16 Harbor Lock Road
Utica, NY 13502

Serving seafood and American fare. Situated along the historic Erie Canal. Boat docking available. Open Monday - Saturday.


5526 New York 7
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-9821

Specializing in delicious roast beef sandwiches, open for lunch and dinner daily until 10pm.

Arcuri's Pizza

1729 Burrstone Road
New Hartford, NY 13413

(315) 735-7777

Pizzas, Wings, Subs, Calzones, Salads, Appetizers, Fish fry, and lots more.

Arthur's Restaurant / Cottage Inn

Main Street
Dolgeville, NY 13329

(315) 429-9646

Casual Dining
Autumn Cafe

244 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Located in the heart of Oneonta, specializing in fresh cooking, and offering local and regional entertainment on weekends.  The Autumn Cafe has been serving freshly cooked food and providing quality entertainment in downtown Oneonta, New York since 1980. The specials menu changes with every meal, supplementing a regular menu of sandwiches, omelets, salads, and specialties. Most breads, desserts and all soups are made from start to finish in the cafe's open kitchen. While the fresh seafood, poultry and meat dishes are known for their taste and creativity, the cafe is well-known for it's vegetarian entrees.


4951 Commercial Drive
Yorkville, NY 13495

The place to go when you're looking for someplace to go!  We have 18 craft beers on tap and they rotate weekly, we have a full menu and games from back in the day to your every day favorites of pool, air hockey, foosball etc.  We have a 15 foot screen to watch the game along with TV's throughout the building. Our staff is one of the best in the business and they know how to take care of you and your needs. If there is anything special you require, call ahead and we will do whatever we can to accommodate you and your guests.

Babe's Macaroni Grill & Bar

80 N. Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

Specializing in homemade pasta, soups, sauces, bread, and desserts made the old fashioned way and served fresh everyday. Steaks, seafood and American fare.

Back Porch Grill

4850 State Highway 28
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Located in Cooperstown Fun Park, offering fast food for individuals as well as groups. Able to accomodate company outings and birthday parties, and have picnic areas on premises.

Bagel Grove

5 Burrstone Road
Utica, NY 13502

See our website for our full menu of bagel snacks and sandwiches, information on our local, organic and fair trade offerings and to place an order for bagel gift baskets and office packs.

BagelGrove.com -bagels with everything.

Bagg's Square Cafe

421 Broad St
Utica, NY 13501

Specialities are the baked goods but you can find soups, sandwiches and salads too They also do catering. Open Monday-Friday-7am-8pm Saturday 9am-5pm.
Ballister's Bistro

307 N. James Street
Rome, NY 13440

Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat - Sun: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Serving Breakfast, lunch and desserts.

Barady's Bistro

234 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502

Barady's specializes in American, Lebanese, and Mexican dishes. Whether you're in the mood for a tasty burger or some of the most delicious pita bread sandwiches in town, Barady's delivers unique flavor straight to your taste buds!
Barnaby's Pub

2101 E Main Street
Endwell, NY 13760

(607) 785-2244

The food is awesome and the staff is great! The chicken wings are a popular menu item that never disappoint. Cuisine: Pub Food
Basha’s Lebanese Grill

3748 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 217-5288

Are you hungry in Vestal? Welcome to Basha's Lebanese Grill, where you can find great Middle Eastern food available for delivery or takeout. Check out our online menu and place an order from our site. Don’t want to order now? Visit us at 3748 Vestal Pkwy E Cuisine: Lebanese

Serving American cuisine, Batter's Up can seat up to 125 people, so large parties and teams are welcome. On the premises, you can find a Coca-Cola freestyle machine with 150 different flavors. They serve freshly made home-cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner, and are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Beer and wine are also available. Adjacent to the restaurant is a vintage sports memorabilia clothing and baseball shop. Separate checks available. Teams and bus tours get 10% off including separate checks. ATM is located on-site as well.

Bazan Bakery

8636 Seneca Turnpike
New Hartford, NY 13

Hand-crafted Old World artisan breads and wood-fired all natural Neapolitan pizza. European inspired all-natural sweet treats.

Beardslee Castle

Route 5 East of Little Falls
Little Falls, NY 13365

Fine Dining - American Cuisine
Bella Michael's

57 River Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 431-9166

Great Italian specialties and international cuisine.

Bella Pizza

1116 Chenango Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 772-9884

Located in a friendly neighborhood, Bella Pizza is a family-friend restaurant known for great quality pizza. Cuisine: Pizza
Bella Pockets Restaurant

281 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-2534

Serving pocket sandwiches that include Mediterranean, American and Vegetarian style. Open for eat in or take-out Mon-Thur, 11am-9:30pm and Fri and Sat, 11am-2am.

Bella Vista

Route 167
Little Falls, NY 13365


Fine Dining - American Cuisine
Bennu Cafe

34 Oriskany Blvd
Whitesboro, NY 13492

Soups, salads, sanwiches, wraps, paninis, & burritos.

Hours of Operation:


Closed on Sundays

Happy Hour Drink Specials
Monday- Thursday

Best Bagels in Town

1435 Upper Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 235-7195

For great-tasting bagels, visit Best Bagels In Town in Binghamton, NY. Our bagels, muffins and pastries are baked fresh daily. We also have a variety of extraordinary cream cheeses. We serve breakfast and lunch all day. Fresh Fast Food! Cuisine: Bagels, Deli
Best Western of Johnson City's catering provides expertise cuisine and a truly beautiful banquet set.
Big Daddy Sandwiches & Soups

500 N James Street
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 336-9556

Big Moose Inn

1510 Big Moose Road
Eagle Bay, NY 13331

Casual Dining - Great food and brew in the tavern or fine dining in the lakeside dining room. Enjoy the finest fare made from the very best ingredients. Our standard offerings include Prime Rib, NY Strip Steak, Filet Mignon, Rack of Lamb, Baked Salmon, Seafood Pasta - just to name a few.
Big Moose Station

2138 Big Moose Road
Eagle Bay, NY 13331

Casual Dining - Very unique atmosphere in the old train station. Enjoy a hot breakfast, a philly Cheese Steak or other favorite lunch item, or a delicious dinner entree. Make the Station your destination.
Bill’s Beverage Company

1 Willow Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Billy's Restaurant

3407-B State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

Casual Dining - Italian American
Binghamton Brewing Company

15 Avenue B
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 238-3448

Binghamton Brewing Co was founded in 2011 with the idea to bring craft brewing back to Binghamton. We incorporated in early 2012 and have been dilligently working to bring our concept to fruition. We believe that interesting brews, impeccable service and good times are meant to be together. We love locally grown ingredients. As a farm brewery we are sourcing our ingredients from local producers. NYS hops and malt will be staples in our brews and we will have local wines and cider on hand as well. We welcome you to experience all that Bing Brew has to offer.
Binghamton Club

83 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905-4791

Established in the 1800s, the Binghamton Club is the premier club of Broome County, New York. Offering the best in fine dining, professional catering and enjoyable social activities. Since 1880, Binghamton Club has built a foundation upon servicing members from the business and professional community. LGBT wedding friendly
Binghamton Hots

128 Washington Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Business people and students alike have flocked in to try the popular "HOT Plate" which is modeled after the famed "Garbage Plate" of Rochester, New York. These "Plates" have been a Rochester tradition since 1918. The dish, which is the staple of Binghamton HOTS, is an assortment of cheeseburgers, hot dogs, home fries, macaroni salad or just about anything else the kitchen can cook up, all topped with HOT's homemade Rochester style hot sauce. The full menu is much more than just Hot Plates. Binghamton HOTS offers everything from burgers and hot dogs, subs and sandwiches, to home-made soups, salads and daily specials in a clean and inviting atmosphere. Catering is also available. Nestled on Gorgeous Washington Street, the restaurant is the newest addition to Downtown Binghamton and is filling a niche as somewhere downtown residents can get "great food...fast" as their sign suggests and college students and party goers can grab a late night bite. Binghamton HOTS has something for everyo
Bite Bakery and Cafe

53 Franklin Square
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 790-5747

Black Cat Bar & Grill

470 French Road
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 724-4444

Though noted for the great lunches, The Black Cat also offers a variety of dinner entrees such as pastas, meat or fish. And, speaking of fish we have a fresh haddock fish fry on Fridays. We feature call ahead seating for those quick lunches, to go's or catering.

Black Stallion Restaurant

4351 Churton Road
Vernon, NY 13476

The Black Stallion, located on Route 5 in Vernon New York, was established in 1972 By Vincent and Maria Vullo. Vincent and Maria's love for their native Italian cuisine and their ability to make all who dined with them feel special and welcome, is the reason that the restaurant is still successful today.

In 1986 The Vullo's only son Sal took over as the sole proprietor. Sal runs the restaurant in the same fashion as his parents, combining his Italian heritage and his American upbringing. The Black Stallion one of the oldest family owned and operated restaurants in the area.

The same recipes brought from Italy by his parents coupled with new innovative evening specials make dining at the Black Stallion unique. Sal's knowledge of wine and the delicious homemade desserts are just a few reasons why the Black Stallion is frequented by so many so often.

Blind Tiger Pub

4402 Watson Blvd.
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 729-8944

The "Blind Tiger" is an American slang term for an illegal drinking establishment. The term is most commonly found in the South. It's synonym, "Blind Pig," is more common in California and the Northern Tier States. The terms apparently arose from the fact that it was illegal in many areas to sell alcohol by the drink because the term was used to avoid licensing fees. Proprietors of drinking establishments would advertise animal curiosities and gave customers who paid to see the animals a "complimentary drink." Often there were no actual animals to be displayed and it was a thin facade that law enforcement officials winked at. Blind Pig dates to at least 1870, while Blind Tiger appears to be a bit older, being traced to 1857.
Blue Mingo Grill

6098 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Enjoy superb dining, using only ingredients that are completely fresh, coming from local herb and vegetable gardens, and an organic green patch on the Boatyard property. Located on Otsego Lake in Cooperstown. Open Thursday through Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., from Memorial Day through Columbus Day.

Bob’s Diner

26 North Main Street
Bainbridge, NY 13733

(607) 967-3111

Bocca Osteria

5438 State Highway 28
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Bocca Osteria is an Italian bistro located in Cooperstown, offering pasta, paninis, and woodfired pizza, as well as specials changing daily. They also offer an extensively tasty bar menu consisting of craft beer, fine wines, and specialty cocktails. Open daily from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.

Bohemian Moon

103 E. Main Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Selective hours. Call first. Great food.
Bohemian Moon

103 E. Main Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Selective hours. Call first. Great food.
Boonville Hotel

103 Water Street
Boonville, NY 13309

(315) 942-2124

The restaurant at the Boonville Hotel serves family style, prix fixe meals that delight and satisfy. menus inspired by whim and season.

Boudreaux 'N Thibodeaux's

160 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 431-9044

Louisiana-style cooking is the flavor basis. The cajun food is well-seasoned and not necessarily spicy, and the cooking starts with the "Cajun trinity" of onions, bell peppers and celery.

Brae Loch Inn

5 Albany St.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

An authentic Scottish Country Inn serving creative American cuisine with a Scottish and French flair. The restaurant is open Monday through Thursday 5pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday 5pm-10pm and Sunday Brunch (September-June) 10:30-1:30. Open for Sunday dinner 4-9pm.

Brass Lantern Tavern

42 Chenango Bridge Rd
Binghamton, NY 13901

An ultra cozy neighborhood tavern that's family owned and operated. Amazingly delicious food and outstanding beverage selection! Nightly food specials. Booking private parties on Sundays & Mondays, or we can cater off premise any day of the week. Cuisine: Pub
Brooklyn Pizza and Pasta

254 Forest Avenue
Amsterdam, NY 12010

Brooks House of Bar-B-Q's

5560 State Highway 7
Oneonta, NY 13820

With a seating capacity of 300, offering full service, casual dining for lunch & dinner. Although famous for barbecue chicken, pork spareribs, beef, pork and steaks, there is an extended menu to serve any appetite.

Brooks' Bar-B-Q's philosophy is to prepare and serve only the finest BBQ and other delicious menu items to their customers. In order to continually achieve this goal, only the finest food items are sourced from around the country and from local growers and producers as well.

The Broome County Regional Farmers Market is a beautiful and rustic venue, perfect for you wedding, bridal or baby shower, private party, or corporate event. Our facility is conveniently located off of Interstate 81 and also comes equipped with a commercial kitchen! Contact our Events Coordinator, Molly McManus at mlm452@cornell.edu or (607) 584-5025 for more information regarding our event packages!
Brothers 2 Restaurant

2901 Watson Boulevard
Endwell, NY 13760-3513

(607) 785-5550

Domenic Fata, an Italian immigrant from Domanico, established Brothers 2 in October of 1970 when he was only 15 years old. What began as a simple pizzeria ultimately grew into a full-service family restaurant. His philosophy was uncomplicated, "Good food is for everyone". The idea of combining authentic dishes with local cuisine at a great value marked the beginning of the Fata family tradition of culinary excellence that continues to this day and makes Brothers 2 a unique Italian eatery in Binghamton, NY. Over the past 40 years, continuous requests for banquet and catering services led Domenic to add to his family restaurant. In 1982 they built their first banquet room with the addition of a second room and catering kitchen in 1988. Currently the banquet facilities accommodate over 300 guests. Overall, Brothers 2 is the remarkable result of the enduring principle that great food and service are the consistent hallmarks of a restaurant that celebrates the very best of the Italian ex
Buffalo Head Restaurant

10626 North Lake Road
Forestport, NY 13338

When heading North, be sure to make time to stop at the Historic Buffalo Head Restaurant. The Buffalo Head, located in Forestport Station, has been serving generations of Central New Yorkers. Located across from an old train Depot, the Buffalo Head was originally a lumberjack Hotel. Many years and additions later, the present BUFFALO HEAD welcomes locals, travelers, campers, skiers, snowmobilers ad motorcycle enthusiasts. The inviting Adirondack Atmosphere is enhanced by the warm fireplace in the winter season and the seasonal decorations always offer a welcoming feeling. The family friendly menu offers options for almost any appetite and is reasonably priced, The extensive menu is available throughout the day so those who enjoy a full dinner early as well as those who prefer a sandwich in the evening can both be accommodated.

Prime Rib is one of the BUFFALO HEAD specialties and it is served daily. The Chef hand-cuts all the steaks and they are available in a variety of choice

Buffet Star

4089 Old Vestal Road
Vestal, NY 13850

(607) 798-8060

BUFFET STAR Asian Cuisine blends traditional Culinary art with the modern concept of fine dining in an elegant contemporary atmosphere. The excellence of our service makes our diners feel the most satisfaction and enjoyment in dining. Our distinctive menu features more than 80 sensational dishes ranging from traditional Japanese favorites that use the freshest, most natural ingredients. At Hina Hot, we also offer create-your-own dishes with something that is sure to please your appetite. Come and enjoy our cozy dining room with friendly service. Thank you for dining at BUFFET STAR. We welcome any suggestions you may offer in order that we may better serve you. Cuisine: Chinese, Hibachi
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43 Pioneer Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Fresh bagels, sandwiches, soups, salads and baked goods. Open for breakfast and lunch (Mon-Sat, 7:30am-4pm). Daily specials.

Burger King, Southside

5044 State Route 23
Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-4795

Have it your way, located on Southside in Oneonta. Drive thru or dine-in available daily from 6am to 11pm.

Burger Mondays Bar & Grille

23 Henry Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-7777

Classic and creative burgers pair with an array of beers and milkshakes at this brick-walled grille. Cuisine: American
Butchko's Grill & Restaurant

101 Hill Avenue
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 785-9753

A family-friendly eating environment with an extensive menu of delicious meals and favorites. Cuisine: American
C.P.‘s Family Restaurant

10 Main Street
Hagaman, NY 12086

(518) 843-1905


119 Harry L. Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 798-7699

Cacciatore's is a family-owned Italian-American restaurant in Johnson City, NY. Our friendly staff takes pride in providing every guest a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience! Our menu offers 'made from scratch' classic Italian and American cuisine with a nice selection of certified Black Angus entrees and several signature dishes that you won't find anywhere else! After 12 years, Cacciatore's has expanded to its new location on Harry-L Drive to include a larger dining room and bar room where guests can unwind with their favorite drink, catch the news or a game and order appetizers or a dinner. We invite you to join us for dinner and we'll charm you into becoming a regular guest at Cacciatore's! Cuisine: Italian, American
Café Select

2-8 Hawley Street
Binghamton, NY 13901-3114

Cafe Select is a cool casual hangout with a great vibe and