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2011 1000 Islands & St. Lawrence Seaway Guide

As you might have guessed, water is everywhere in the Thousand Islands-Seaway region. Beautiful terrain bordering the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, along with smaller streams and lakes, means that you’re never far away from adventures on the water, as well as outdoor fun on land.


2011 Adirondack Scenic Byways Guide

Discover a scenic journey along these secondary roads through charming towns, along  pristine lakes and panoramic mountain vistas. See for yourself why 3000 lakes and ponds,  1500 miles of river, 2000 miles of hiking trails and 46 high peaks have lured visitors since the turn-of-the-century.


2011 Capital Saratoga Regional Travel Guide

Capital-Saratoga is New York’s power region. For one, you’ll find the state capital Albany bustling with lawmakers and political players. You’ll also find towns and villages that prospered as nineteenth century America began to industrialize and demanded cheap hydroelectric power (The Erie Canal, arguably the most influential waterway in the country, also helped). Naturally, the region saw a boom in art and culture, which continue to thrive here.


2011 Finger Lakes Regional Travel Guide

A comprehensive guide including information on the major attractions, historical sites, wineries, lakes, shopping, dining, events, activities and lodging options for the entire Finger Lakes region.


2011 Hudson River Valley Regional Travel Guide

You're about to embark on an adventure along one of the most scenic rivers in America. Come see where the history of the United States began, where the first wine region was established, and the first regional art movement started with the Hudson Valley School of painters. It’s a region full of surprises.


2011 New York State Camping Guide

When was the last time you slept beneath a blanket of stars? There’s something so refreshing about getting back to nature. And with more than 500 campgrounds on millions of scenic acres, New York will take you there in rustic or fine style.

Whether you’re looking for a quiet getaway, thrilling adventures, or a memorable experience to bring your family closer, you can find what you want in New York’s great outdoors. We’ve got tent sites, RV parks and cozy cabins.