New York GuideThe state of New York is known as the Empire State, and with good reason. As one of the original thirteen colonies that formed the United States, it has long been counted among the most populous and most influential states. HotelsFind hotels in Vernon, Oneida, Clinton, Verona, New Hartford and more, including Hampton Inn and Suites New Hartford Utica, Oneida Community Mansion House, La Quinta Inn and Suites Verona, Turning Stone Resort and Casino Verona, Microtel Inn and Suites Verona, Fairfield Inn and Suites Verona and Vernon Downs Hotel. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around New York including Green Goat Studio, Custom Woodcraft, John's Mobile Home Parts & Accessories, Berry Hill Book Shop, T & P Sales & Services, Triple B Welding and Knoxboro Fire Station.
Popular in New YorkNew York CityOne of the world's great cities, New York City is a global center for media, entertainment, art, fashion, research, finance, and trade. BuffaloThe largest city in New York State's Niagara Frontier, Buffalo is a city full of surprises. RochesterBig-city culture and small-city charm combine in Rochester, a mid-sized city on the shores of Lake Ontario.
In New YorkMetro New YorkMetro New York is the massive metropolitan area around New York City in New York state, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Niagara FrontierThe Niagara Frontier region of New York State consists of 5 counties situated near the Great Lakes of Erie and Ontario, just across the Niagara River from the Canadian province of Ontario and its Niagara Peninsula region. Finger LakesWine and water define the Finger Lakes, a region of New York state south of Lake Ontario. Hudson ValleyThe Hudson Valley of New York is anchored at the top by the state capital of Albany and its surrounding cities, and it extends south to the outskirts of the New York City area. Southern TierThe Southern Tier of New York State is the geographical region that includes the counties of New York State west of the Catskill Mountains and along the northern border of Pennsylvania. AdirondacksThe Adirondack Park is both the largest and the first government-protected park in the contiguous United States. CatskillsThe Catskills of New York are a "dissected plateau", a highland worn into mountains and valleys by erosion. North CountryNorth of the Adirondacks lies the North Country, the northern border of New York. Central New YorkThe Central region of New York is a crossroads, dominated by the state's fifth-largest city, Syracuse, and the Mohawk River that flows eastward through this region. Erie CanalThe world-famous Erie Canal, in New York State, lets you experience history, recreation, and the very best that small-town America has to offer.
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