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The splendor of the seasons comes naturally to Fulton County, where the Adirondack Park meets the Mohawk Valley. In an area so varied, beauty is abundant in spring, summer, winter and fall, and the slate of activities is equally complete.

Fulton County in the spring and summer is shimmering with lakes and streams for fishing, boating and swimming with The Great Sacandaga Lake being one of its most visited attractions. The mountains and valleys boast quiet sylvan paths lined with pine needles and maple leaves. The county in the fall is home to mountains made for climbing, streams made for fishing and trails made for hiking. There are also plenty of great dining opportunities.

Fulton County also features several downhill ski facilities,and there are additional cross-country ski opportunities, starting with the miles and miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Folks who appreciate the indoors as much as the scenic outdoors can take in the historic sights, like Johnson Hall State Historic Site, the former home of French and Indian War hero Sir William Johnson. Events are planned year-round at the Rice Homestead as well, a 1790 Colonial homestead. You can get ideas on an Adirondacks Vacation by clicking here.

Looking for something to do??. All of the attractions we have in New York... hiking trails, hang gliding, kayaking, ziplines, wineries, race tracks, white water rafting, museums, historical sites, gardens... you name it and here in New York you can find it!

The Finger Lakes Region of west/central New York State which encompasses 14 counties with 11 lakes, ranging in size from 11 to 40 miles with more than 650 miles of shoreline. The Finger Lakes Region is located between the triangle cities of Rochester, Syracuse and the Corning/Elmira area, the region is bordered by the Pennsylvania border to the south and Lake Ontario to the north. The larger lakes... read more...

Close to New York City, the Catskills region features legendary mountains and splendid accommodations ranging from world-famous resorts to dude ranches. Free from the maddening crowds, Catskill activities are for all seasons - antiquing, historic sites, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, skiing, snow shoeing. Ski resorts offer entertainment year round, from art fairs to music and ethnic dance celebrations.

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