The New York Visitors Network is a guide for tourism, travel, vacations, lodging, )NY bed and breakfasts, NY campgrounds, NY hotels, etc.) attractions, and more, organized by topic, region, towns, counties and geography in NEW YORK, the Empire State.
NEW YORK VACATIONS AND TRAVEL ADVENTURES
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New York has always played an important role in our nation's history and development dating back to early exploration, colonial times and the struggle for independence. Nearly one-third of all battles during the Revolution were fought in New York State, including the victory at the Battle of Saratoga
. New York was at the forefront of the Underground Railroad movement, and its prime location and politics made it a destination of choice for many Africans fleeing slavery along the eastern seaboard. The Women's Rights Movement was born in New York State, in Seneca Falls
Visit One of the most scenically magnificent areas in the eastern U.S., Letchworth State Park, whose gorge is renowned as the "Grand Canyon of the East," as the Genesee River roars through it over three major waterfalls between cliffs as high as 600 feet surrounded by lush forests. You'll find it in Livingston County.
The site of two winter Olympics, the rebirth of American auto racing, and a legendary shrine to the national pastime (Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame), New York has been, and is, at the forefront of sports in America. 33,491,785
people have visted NY through our site!
|FEATURED REGION: NEW YORK CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
Close to New York City, the Catskills region
features legendary mountains and splendid accommodations ranging from world-famous resorts to dude
ranches. Free from the maddening crowds, read more...
|NEW: AN ADIRONDACKS MOUNTAIN VACATION
The Adirondack Mountains
, located in eastern upstate New York, are an all-season, year-round vacation destination. Created by the New York State legislature in 1892, the Adirondack Park
covers 9,375 square miles, an area more than double the size of Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined. Read more...
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