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Posts from July 2024

Alexandria Bay aerial view, islands surrounded by water; Photo Credit: @zymoshots

You've heard of Thousand Island salad dressing, but did you know the Thousand Islands is an actual place? Not only is it real, but this region features MORE than a thousand islands – closer to 2,000…


Finding an outdoor adventure that is accessible for everyone in your crew is easier than you might think in New York State! From sandy shores of inclusion to skiing and adaptive hiking with all-terrain wheelchairs, there’s something for every interest and every ability in every season. Best of all, many of these activities are either free or available at a relatively low cost. Photo credit: Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor

A girl and a dog sit at the top of Whiteface Mountain

From magnificent mountain peaks to spectacular city skylines, there’s no place like New York State in the summer! If you’re looking to impress with some amazing photos, we’ve got you covered. Your

Bethpage Black Golf Course

Golf’s prestigious Ryder Cup is coming to Bethpage State Park’s world-renowned Black Course, home of the 2019 PGA Championship and two-time host of the U.S. Open! Now that Keegan Bradley has been

A lobster roll with crinkle fries and cole slaw at Lobster Roll aka LUNCH on Long Island

Whether you’re looking to keep things casual at a laid back seafood shack, get fancy with an al fresco feast at a Gold Coast mansion, or enjoy dinner with a view by the water, Long Island’s culinary scene delivers for all occasions and tastes.

A view of Niagara Falls showing the white water going over a steep drop

Looking for a getaway that packs in plenty of fun and also happens to be completely wheelchair accessible? Look no further than New York State! From majestic waterfalls to captivating mansions and some of the best displays of modern art in the country, there are lots of things to see and do that are accessible to all.

Two people biking along the canal where a tour boat floats by

Did you know that the New York State Canal System is the nation’s largest inland waterway? At nearly 200 years old and 524 miles of navigable waterways, including the Erie, Champlain, Oswego, and Cayuga-Seneca Canals, the canal system has seen it all, transporting much of the nation’s agricultural and industrial products as well as playing a vital role throughout American history. Today, experience the canal for yourself! Paddle through locks and lift bridges, cycle through stunning scenery, cruise on historic vessels, stroll charming main streets, and more.