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Discover Albany's vast Pine Bush Preserve
Capital-Saratoga
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Locally known as the Pine Bush, this 3,350-acre preserve is one of the largest of the 20 inland pine barrens in the world.
Caroga Campground
Capital-Saratoga
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Caroga Lake Campground features more than 100 large and level sites that can accommodate the smallest tent to 40' RVs, some designated as accessible for the mobility impaired.
Cohoes Falls at Falls View Park
Capital-Saratoga
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The four-acre Falls View Park offers a view of the scenic Cohoes Falls that spans the Mohawk River between Cohoes and Waterford, NY.
Cole's Woods
Capital-Saratoga
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Open year round, Cole’s Woods opened the first lighted cross-country ski trails in North America in December of 1971 and offers many recreational activities.
Bike, Hike & Walk the NEW Empire State Trail
Capital-Saratoga
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Spanning 750-miles from NYC to Canada, the multi-use Empire State Trail is ideal for cyclists, hikers, and runners.
Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail
Capital-Saratoga
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The last remaining original canal in New York State, the nine-mile trail begins at the Feeder Dam in Glens Falls and will bring you by a portion of the few remaining sections of the original 1820s canal system.
John Boyd Thacher State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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Thacher State Park is one of the richest fossil-bearing formations in the world and provides an amazing panorama of the Hudson-Mohawk Valleys and the Adirondack and Green Mountains.
Oakwood Cemetery
Capital-Saratoga
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Established in 1848, Oakwood Cemetery and the Earl Chapel are world-class architectural treasures and a National Historic Landmark.
 
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