Our Area - Central New York
Welcome to Central New York State
Central New York State boasts some of the most beautiful farmlands, rolling hills and river valleys in the East. Clean air, water resources and good soils make Central New York attractive to those seeking the easy life.
Prosperous historic Villages and College Towns provide a rich cultural experience for those seeking a wonderful retirement destination or peaceful get away. From the Amish Country and Mohawk River Valley to the Catskill Mountains in the South, from Cooperstown, the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame to the Finger Lakes, this geographical region is the premier location for those seeking the perfect area!
Several well known Universities such as Colgate, Hartwick College, Cazenovia College, Hamilton College and several excellent State Universities are located in this region bringing arts and culture to the area.
Otsego County is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame located in Cooperstown and the Soccer Hall of Fame located in Oneonta.
The area is situated:
~ Approximately 1 1/2 hours from Albany
~ 3 hours from New York City
~ North of the Catskill State Park
~ South of the 6,000,000 acre Adirondack State Park
~ East of the gorgeous Fingerlakes Wine Country
Recreational Opportunites Abound
Having one of the healthiest Whitetail Deer herds in the Nation thanks to rich soils, diverse habitat, and low hunting pressure, Central New York has true potential for Trophy Deer Management and QDM.
Other game species in abundance are wild turkey, ruffed grouse, pheasant, rabbit, geese, ducks and other game, Central New York boasts one of the BEST regions to hunt anywhere in the United states!
World-class fishing for Trout, Salmon, Steelhead, Bass, Pike, Muskies, Walleye and other game fish is available throughout the State.
A network of Snowmobile, hiking and horseback riding trails both on State and private lands winds through Central New York lending way to hundreds of miles of sleding, walking and riding opportunities.
You name it, it can be done here in Central New York!