Chenango Valley State Park - New York

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Description

Chenango Valley State Park is an ice age wonder. Its two kettle lakes, Lily and Chenango, were created when the last glacier retreated and left behind huge chunks of buried ice which melted to form the lakes, and bog. Birdwatchers may glimpse woodpeckers, nut hatches, warblers and thrushes along woodland trails and herons, ducks and kingfishers lakeside. Fishermen will find trout, bass, perch and bullhead in Chenango Lake. Campers can choose from among 185 campsites and 24 cabins and golfers will appreciate the 18-hole Chenango Valley State Park Golf Course. Sledding and cross-country ski trails attract visitors in winter.

Activities

Our parks and historic sites have countless amenities and activities to make your visit fun and enjoyable. Accessible indicates that, to the extent practicable, this facility or activity meets the Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility standards. It is strongly recommended that you contact the facility in advance for a full description of what you can expect.

Beach -- Biking -- Boat Rentals -- Cabins -- Camper Assistance Program -- Camper Recreation (Accessible) -- Campsites -- Dumping Stations -- Empire Passport Accepted -- Fishing -- Food -- Hiking -- Nature Trails -- Pavilions -- Picnic Tables (Accessible) -- Playgrounds -- Recreation Programs (Accessible) -- Showers (Accessible) -- Sledding -- Tent/Trailer Sites -- (Accessible) -- X-Country Skiing

Contact

153 State Park Road, Chenango Forks, NY 13746

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