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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.
Cherry Plain State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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The 175-acre Cherry Plain State Park features a sandy beach on Black River Pond, with bathhouse and comfort station nearby as well as picnic grounds and a boat launch.
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.
Crandall Park
Capital-Saratoga
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A picturesque wooded park, Crandall Park features a fishing pond, soccer and softball fields, basketball courts and play structures and more...
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.
Grafton Lakes State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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Nearly 2,500 acres, Grafton Lakes State Park is situated between the Taconic and Hudson Valleys and features six ponds for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing.
 
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