Must-Visit Small Towns in New York

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It is an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts due to the abundance of nearby treks, hikes, and camping opportunities.


Cold Springs is one of the most historically significant settlements in Upstate New York, with more than 200 National Register of Historic Places listings. 

Cold Spring

Ithaca is a favorite vacation destination for New Yorkers, noted for its excellent eating and arts scenes. 


Lake Placid is situated in the majestic Adirondack Mountains and is surrounded by places of outstanding natural beauty. 

Lake Placid

Aurora is one of the tiniest towns in New York State and is considered one of the state's hidden jewels.


Cooperstown is the location of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, so sports enthusiasts will find much to enjoy here. 


History Beacon is notable for its art culture, since it is home to the 300,000-square-foot Dia Beacon, a contemporary and modern art museum. 


This coastal community is renowned for its rural homes, family-friendly farmers' markets, and world-class wineries, in stark contrast to the surrounding Hamptons' opulent estates.


Saratoga Springs dates back to the 1600s and has been a renowned vacation destination for more than 200 years. 

Saratoga Springs

Albany, the state capital of New York, is well worth a visit due to the New York State Museum and the New York State Capitol. 


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