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Parks & nature in Oneida County

Park
“Chittenango Falls is a gorgeous spot for sightseeing and photos. Also some nice trails for light hiking”
9 locals recommend
Campground
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is a place where art, landscape and people connect. Situated at the northern edge of the Appalachian Plateau, the views from the hilltop extend beyond the Village of Cazenovia and Oneida Lake out across the Ontario plain. Within the park there are over 100 acres of fields and forests, hedgerows, wildflower meadows, wetlands, ponds, and other habitats. ”
8 locals recommend
Park
“Take a walk through the Root Glen and then visit the Rogers Glen on the other side of campus!”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Have lots of activities for families and a nice day Beach area for swimming! There are also walking trails in the area. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Visitors to Lorenzo enjoy guided tours of the Mansion; stroll the Ellen Shipman formal garden and Dark Aisle Arboretum; view the Visitor Center orientation exhibits and a 15-minute introductory video; attend any number of special events on the historic grounds including the "Annual Driving Competition, the "Rippleton Schoolhouse Community Day" and "Christmas at Lorenzo". Visitors may also partake in any number of educational and interpretive presentation at the site and hike the connective trail through the 87-acre site. Lorenzo is the jewel of Cazenovia, a village renowned today for its quaint and picturesque landscapes, quiet inns, fine restaurants, cultural attractions and unique shops. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“The town park has a playground, some courts for sports, covered picnicking areas, and a trail down to a creek you can wade in. This is a great place for a family outing, a solo-outing with a good book, or a big party!”
1 local recommends
State / Provincial Park
“A waterfall of fully unexpected scale only about half an hour's drive from our home. The park can be a spot for spending time together away from the crowds that may be on the local campuses. There is easy access to see the falls with limited walking/wheelchair access. There is also a short hike down stone park stairs to view the falls from the bottom.”
1 local recommends
Other Great Outdoors
1 local recommends
Trail
1 local recommends
City Hall
1 local recommends
Park
1 local recommends