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Wilder Homestead near Malone

The NYS Zoo at Thompson Park near Watertown

Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome on the Central Adirondack Trail, one of many historic sites in Oneida County

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Oneida County

Central Adirondack Trail

Barneveld, Boonville, Holland Patent and Rome are in historic Oneida County, including Fort Stanwix National Monument and the Erie Canal Village.

Oneida County is a great place to experience all kinds of journeys back in time.  Ride a scenic railroad and take a cruise on the Erie Canal.  Located in the heart of New York State, in Oneida County you'll enjoy exciting attractions, delightful accommodations, world-class museums, and plenty of shopping opportunities.

You'll find many friendly communities in counties like this one along the Central Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway where you can enjoy the people, places, and scenery.

The Central Adirondack Trail is as complex and adventuresome as the terrain it follows. The 153-mile route forms the shape of a crescent moon, originating in the fertile and less rugged lowland areas surrounding the cities of Glens Falls and Rome, and winding through the south-central portion of the Adirondack Park. Starting at the Hudson River on one end and the Erie Canal on the other, scenic lakes and mountain streams continue to guide the way over much of its length.

Communities:

Alder CreekFloydOtter LakeWoodgate
BarneveldForestportRemsen
BoonvilleHolland PatentRome

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