Between the world-famous waterfalls and the world-class city, travelers find themselves at the center of it all in Central New York state.
When you think of upstate New York, the majestic peaks of the Adirondacks or resorts of the Catskills might come to mind. You might think of water or wine country. Central New York – the counties of Madison, Oneida, Herkimer, Montgomery, Schoharie, Otsego, Chenango and Broome – brings all those experiences together.
From the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to the countless Main Streets, Central New York lays claim to the ultimate rural American experience for families, foodies and craft beverage fans alike.
Drive quiet country roads among the rolling hills and beautiful natural scenery. Discover ancient rock formations millions of years in the making. Drink brews rooted deep in rich beer history and craft spirits recognized worldwide.
Historic villages, home to classic small-town American life, stretch for miles and miles through Central New York – and so does the iconic Erie Canal. Explore countless lakes and waterways where visitors can row or swim.