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Erie Canal - Towns in Central New York

Canastota, on the Historic Erie Canal
Central New York
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The historic village of Canastota has produced two world boxing champions and is home to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
Chittenango - on the Erie Canal
Central New York
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Chittenango is the birthplace of L. Frank Baum, author of many children’s books including his most famous book, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."
Bike, Hike & Walk the NEW Empire State Trail
Central New York
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Spanning 750-miles from NYC to Canada, the multi-use Empire State Trail is ideal for cyclists, hikers, and runners.
Herkimer, a Diamond in the Rough
Central New York
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Nestled on the north side of the Mohawk River, the town of Herkimer is home to the famous 'Herkimer Diamond Mines.'
Little Falls, in the Mohawk Valley
Central New York
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Nestled in a deep gorge of the Mohawk River Valley, Little Falls offers compelling and breathtaking views from its various vantage points ..
Rome NY, an Erie Canal Town
Central New York
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The strategically situated city of Rome was one of the most important transportation points for people and goods during the settling of the U.S.
Visit Syracuse - a Hub of Cosmopolitan Culture
Central New York
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The bustling city of Syracuse is the place to be for "big city" culture and sophistication yet brimming with small-town hospitality...
Utica, a City of Diversity
Central New York
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Culturally diverse, Utica is home to more than 40 nationalities and boasts many famous dishes indigenous to Utica and loved by New York folk far and wide.
 
 
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