Parks

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click to see Mine Kill State Park
Mine Kill
click to see Green Lake
Green Lake
Click to see Mount Utsayantha
Mt. Utsayantha
Click to see Susquehanna River
Greenway Trail
Click to see Bowman Lake State Park
Bowman Lake
Click to see Cannonsville Reservoir
Cannonsville Reservoir
Click to see Taughannock Falls
Taughannock Falls
Click to see Fillmore Glen
Fillmore Glen
 
Click to see John Boyd Thacher
John Boyd Thacher
Click to see Otselic River
Otselic River
 
Click to see Canajoharie Pot Hole
Canajoharie Pot Hole
Click to see Buttermilk Falls
Buttermilk Falls
 
Click to see Chittenango Falls
Chittenango Falls
Click to see Rexford Falls
Rexford Falls
 
Click to see Ashokan Reservoir
Ashokan Reservoir
Click to see Hunt's Pond
Hunt’s Pond
Click to see Buttermilk Falls Ithaca NY
Buttermilk Falls 2
Click to see The Mountain Top Arboretum
The Mountain Top
Click to see Corning Trail
Corning Trail
Click to see Gilbert Lake State Park
Gilbert Lake
Click to see Peebles Island
Peebles Island
 
Click to see Watkins Glen
Watkins Glen
 
Click to see Pixley Falls
Pixley Falls
 
Click to see Stockbridge Falls
Stockbridge Falls
Click to see Schoharie Creek
Schoharie Creek
Click to see Clark Reservation
Clark Reservation
Click to see Woodford State Park
Woodford State Park
Click to see Button Falls
Button Falls
 
Click to see Christman Sanctuary
Christman Sanctuary
Click to see Deposit Firemen's Park
Deposit Firemen’s
Click to see Barberville Falls
Barberville Falls
 
Click to see Robert V. Riddell
Robert V. Riddell
Click to see Saint Mary's Falls
Saint Mary’s Falls
Click to see Chenango Valley
Chenango Valley
Click to see Rogers Environmental Center
Rogers Environmental
Click to see Oxbow Falls
Oxbow Falls
Click to see Verona Beach
Verona Beach
Click to see Lake Superior State Park
Lake Superior
Click to see Kaaterskill Falls
Kaaterskill Falls
Click to see Otego Creek
Otego Creek

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Parks

  1. Bonnie Wheele Settle says:

    Just wanted to say that my Dad, Stewart A. Wheeler was the Otsego County Forester years ago and the Forest of a Dozen Dads was his baby. He loved it there, did a lot of work on that forest and took really good care of it. We moved to Colorado in 1966 because I had really bad asthma and he had to leave his position with the County Forestry Department. It has a special place in my heart!

  2. marty rieder says:

    Hi! I own the house overlooking Upperville Falls — enjoy your fantastic pictures. Do you live around here?

    Thanks!
    Marty

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