Today we begin to explore the central part of New York state.
- Wintergreen Park and Gorge: Small village park that features a gorge and waterfall.
- Oxbow Falls Country Park: Area of rugged terrain that features a 100 ft waterfall.
- Chittenango Falls State Park: Parks features is a gorgeous cascading waterfall.
- Chenango Valley State Park: Park that features two kettle lakes in the valley.
- National Baseball Hall of Fame: THE place to go and visit for all things baseball.
- Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site: Contains ruins of the old Erie Canal where it ran over Schoharie Creek.
- Old Fort Johnson: This fort dates back to the French and Indian War.
- Howe Caverns: Tour this fun cavern.
- Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site: Marks the site of one of the bloodiest battles in the American Revolution.
- Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark: Home of Gerrit Smith: social reformer, abolitionist, and presidential candidate.
- National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum: Museum that honors all abolitionists and their struggle as they fought to end slavery.
- Steuben Memorial State Historic Site: Site honors Baron von Steuben, the “Drillmaster of the American Revolution.”
- Fort Stanwix National Monument: Reconstructed fort known as “The Fort that Never Surrendered.”
- Old Stone Fort Museum: Originally built as a church, this building was barricaded in with the impending American Revolutionary War.
- Verona Beach Lighthouse: Located on the shores of Oneida Lake, the largest body of water located entirely in New York state.
All attractions found at iloveny.com