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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...
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.
Hiking at Glens Falls 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.
Maple-Beer Trail
Capital-Saratoga
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The country's first Maple-Beer Trail is a ¼-mile hiking trail links Wolf Hollow Brewing Company to Riverside Maple Farms.
Mohawk Harbor
Capital-Saratoga
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Mohawk Harbor development is a walkable waterfront destination within the renowned city of Schenectady, known for its rich history and culture..
Moreau Lake State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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The 4,531-acre state park Moreau Lake State Park is open year-round and features a beautiful lake with peaceful wooded campgrounds.
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.
Peebles Island State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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Located at the confluence of the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, Peebles Island State Park offers spectacular river and rapids views from the year-round walking and jogging trails.
Saratoga National Historic Park
Capital-Saratoga
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The site of the historic 1777 Battles of Saratoga, this multi-site park commemorates the famed Revolutionary War victory with a battlefield tour and monument.
Saratoga Spa State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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Saratoga Spa State Park is a National Historic Landmark with mineral springs offering soothing mineral baths in its bath and spa houses.
Schodack Island State Park
Capital-Saratoga
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Recreational activities abound at Schodack Island State Park with picnicking, fishing, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and access to ice skating and snowshoe trail in the winter.
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.
Washington County Grasslands
Capital-Saratoga
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Washington County Grasslands Wildlife encompasses nearly 300 acres of prime grassland habitat, providing a great opportunity for wildlife watching, hunting, trapping and hiking.
 
 
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