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Plan a Guided Bus Tour featuring Underground Railroad, Erie Canal, Women’s Rights and History, Shopping, Wine Tasting and much more ...experience the 200th anniversary of the Erie Canal and the 100th anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote!

Susquehanna River Watershed Region of New York State

Susquehanna River Watershed Region of New York State

The Susquehanna River Basin is the second largest river basin east of the Mississippi River. This Watershed starts in the Cooperstown Area of New York State and flows south to Chesapeake Bay. The region in New York State is located to the south of Cooperstown and the south-eastern part of the Fingerlakes.

In New York State, it includes 4,520 square miles of land area, excluding the Chemung River Watershed. With 8,185 miles of freshwater rivers and streams as major tributary watersheds to the 148 miles of the Susquehanna River in New York State.

Enjoy the scenic riverscape from the shore or on the water!
Find hundreds of boat launch sites

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New York State Fair
In 1841, New York held its first state fair in Syracuse. Between 1842 and 1889, the fair traveled to the following ciites: Albany, Auburn, Buffalo, Elmira, New York City, Pougheepsie, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, Utica, and Watertown. Since the year 1890, the New York State Fair has been an annual event in Syracuse, excluding the years 1942- 1947, when the grounds were used as a military base during World War I and no fairs were held. Plan a visit to the next NY State Fair for great entertainment and activities. ...>>

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