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Oswego County Tourism
Huttopia 2024
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> Aqua Vista Valley Campgrounds

72 Armsby Road, Petersburg, NY 12138

This privately-owned campground offers more than 150 tent and RV sites in a rural setting, each set on a grassy lot with a fire ring and picnic table.

> Burden Iron Works Museum

1 E. Industrial Pkwy, Troy, NY 12180

Constructed between 1881 and 1882 in the Romanesque Revival style, the iron works site once housed the Burden Water Wheel, the most powerful vertical water wheel in history.

> Captain J.P. Cruise Line

278 River St., Troy, NY 12180

Available for charter out of Troy as well as New York City and Poughkeepsie, The Captain JP III is one of the largest and most lavish cruise vessels in the Capital Region of upstate New York.

> Cohoes Falls at Falls View Park

231-341 N Mohawk St., Cohoes, NY 12047

The four-acre Falls View Park offers a view of the scenic Cohoes Falls that spans the Mohawk River between Cohoes and Waterford, NY.

> Come Celebrate the historic Schaghticoke Fair

69 Stillwater Bridge Road, Schaghticoke, NY 12154

Aug. 28-Sept. 2, 2024: Celebrating its 200th year in 2019, the Schaghticoke Fair is the third oldest Fair in New York State.

> Hathaway's Twin Drive-In Theater

4762 NY-67, North Hoosick, NY 12133

For more than 70 years, Hathaway’s has been showing double features and classic films and today offers two screens for more movie options.
Weekends & select days in mid-Sept. through Oct.: This family-friendly, walk-through boasts more than 7,000 illuminated and intricately carved Jack-O’-Lanterns designed to create stunning landscapes and larger-than-life displays.

> Hollywood Drive-In Theatre

9270 NY-66, Averill Park, NY 12018

Built in 1952, this 400-car theater shows double features highlighted by a digital projection system with Dolby digital sound.
This seasonal, weekend-only drive-in shows double feature films under the stars.

> Jewels of the Sea 3D Museum

30 Third St., Troy, NY 12180

This unique 3D natural history museum offers the opportunity to get a good look at thousands of seashells and mollusks that have been living in the waterways...

> Oakwood Cemetery

50 101st St., Troy, NY 12180

Established in 1848, Oakwood Cemetery and the Earl Chapel are world-class architectural treasures and a National Historic Landmark.
Step into the healing depths of an ancient Himalayan Salt Cave and enjoy the holistic benefits of breathing easier that Eastern Europeans have received for more 100 years.

> The Arts Center of the Capital Region

265 River St., Troy, NY 12180

The Arts Center of the Capital Region is home to studios for pottery, culinary arts, jewelry, woodworking, painting and drawing, printmaking, stained glass, dance and fitness...

> Thompson's Lake Campground – Thacher Park

68 Thompsons Lake Road, East Berne, NY 12059

Featuring a sandy beach, mixed hardwood and conifer forests, limestone outcroppings and open fields, this campground offers wooded campsites for both RVs and tents.
Around the turn of the 20th century, Troy was the fourth wealthiest city in the country and today the city is noted for its wealth of elaborate private homes and downtown Victorian architecture.

> Troy Downtown Marina

433 River St. # 2, Troy, NY 12180

The Troy Downtown Marina offers transient-only docking, fuel, is pet-friendly and kayaks can also be rented and launched at the marina.
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