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Guide to New York State Parks

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From the shores of Long Island to the mighty Niagara Falls, New York's 178 state parks offer countless opportunities to explore your natural environment, escape from the grind of the everyday and experience exciting new adventures. Beaches, waterfalls, hiking trails, forests and more... + Find Campgrounds Near New York State Parks

Allegany State Park
Allegany State Park is a wonderful hiking destination. This park also has two lakes and a sandy beach to enjoy the lakes. The park is also excellent for canoeing, kayaking and boating. While enjoying the hiking there are many natural features to enjoy, including plants, animals and even some caves.

Bear Mountain State Park
Located in the mountains on the bank of the Hudson River, this park offers some wonderful mountain hiking as wells many other attractions. The hiking trails include parts of the Appalachian Trail. In addition there is a tower on top of the mountain as well as a zoo, an ice rink and much more.

Harriman State Park
This park is one of the largest in New York. Visitors will find plenty of hiking trails to explore, there are 200 miles of trails within the park. In addition there are 31 lakes and reservoirs. All of these features make the park a wonderful destination. Visitors can enjoy wildlife watching, boating, hiking and more.

Jones Beach State Park
This wonderful New York park has miles of beautiful white sand beach. In addition to enjoying the miles of beach visitors can walk on the boardwalk. Jones Beach State Park is one of the most popular parks in the Long Island region. This park has swimming pools, an amphitheater for concerts, fishing and much more.

Letchworth State Park
Letchworth State Park is definitely on the list of must see places in the Finger Lakes region. The park's main gorge is known as the "grand canyon of the east." In addition the park has plenty of other chasms and waterfalls. The Genesee River passes through the park. Visitors can enjoy plenty of trails through forests, as well as programs, guided tours and more.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve
Located on the Shawangunk Mountain ridge, which features plenty of rocky terrain. Within this park there are three lakes, many waterfalls, forests, cliffs and many other beautiful natural features. In addition there are miles of carriage roads for visitors to enjoy. While hiking on these trails there are plenty of recreation activities such as hiking, biking, boating, and lots of rock climbing.

Taughannock Falls State Park
The 215 foot waterfall at this park is an amazing destination in the region. These falls are one of the highest falls east of the Rockies. While enjoying this park visitors can go hiking on the beautiful trails, or spend time swimming, fishing and much more. In addition there are plenty of winter activities as well.

Niagara Falls State Park
Niagara Falls are one of the amazing natural wonders of the world. Visitors can enjoy the amazing power of the falls. The park offers many views of the falls. There is a bridge, an observation tower and more. Visitors can also see the bottom of the falls on a boat tour.

Saratoga Spa State Park
This Saratoga region state park offers visitors a relaxing trip as well as classical architecture and more. Visitors can spend time relaxing at the Lincoln Bathhouse in the famous mineral waters. In addition this park has a golf course, running courses, swimming pools, ice skating rings and many more recreational facilities.

Watkins Glen State Park
One of the most beautify parks in the Finger Lakes region, this park has a stream that travels through it creating many waterfalls and more. There are 19 waterfalls along the course of the stream. Visitors can enjoy these natural wonders while hiking along trails that overlook the gorge.

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