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Starting Price$300 / Guest
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Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
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Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
Camping and Recreation Experience
210 Acres at V Ville in Harpursville, NY
Starting Price$200 / Guest
1 Day
1 Guest
Whitetail Hunt
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Whitetail Hunt
Whitetail Hunt
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Whitetail Hunt
Starting Price$300 / Guest
3 Days
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Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
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Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
Otsego County Whitetail Hunt
74 Acres at Odonata in Cooperstown, NY
Starting Price$150 / Guest
1 Day
1 Guest
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
Exploration and/or Scouting
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History of outdoors and exploration in New York

New York, a state known for its bustling city life, is also steeped in a rich history of outdoor recreation and exploration. The Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, two of the state's most prominent natural features, have been hubs for adventure seekers since the 19th century. The Adirondacks, with their 46 high peaks and over 2,000 miles of hiking trails, were first explored by European settlers in the early 1800s. These pioneers were drawn to the region's dense forests and abundant wildlife, setting the stage for New York's hunting and fishing culture that thrives today. Similarly, the Catskills became a haven for trout fishing enthusiasts after being discovered by Englishman William Scrope in the mid-1800s. This region is now recognized as the birthplace of American fly fishing. In addition to these mountain ranges, New York boasts over 7,500 lakes and ponds that offer ample opportunities for boating and water sports. From Lake George to Lake Placid, these bodies of water have been attracting visitors for centuries with their pristine conditions and stunning scenery. Whether it's hiking up Mount Marcy or casting a line into Beaverkill River, New York has long been a destination for outdoor recreation and exploration. New York is a large agricultural state with $5.9B of ag production, and roughly 62.9% of the land privately owned by farmers and ranchers. The major crops are dairy products, corn and apples. When planning hunting trips to New York on private lands like farms & ranches, it's important to understand some key dates for farmers and ranchers. Ranchers in this region usually do their calving, brandings and vaccinations anywhere from February through June. During these times, they are extremely busy and may be harder to communicate with. Farmers in New York will usually begin planting their crops in late spring and early summer, and then will harvest their crops in October and November, depending on weather.
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Popular outdoor activities in New York

The Adirondack Mountains are a prime location for hiking, boasting over 2,000 miles of trails that vary in difficulty and terrain. For the fishing enthusiast, the Catskill Mountains offer some of the best fly-fishing spots in the country with its pristine rivers and streams teeming with trout. Winter sports enthusiasts can head to Lake Placid, renowned for its Olympic-class ski slopes and ice-skating rinks. Wildlife enthusiasts shouldn't miss out on bird watching at Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge where they can spot over 200 species of birds. For those who prefer water-based activities, the Finger Lakes region offers excellent opportunities for kayaking, paddleboarding, and sailing. New York's state parks like Letchworth State Park often referred to as the "Grand Canyon of the East," provide breathtaking landscapes perfect for camping and picnicking. If you're an adrenaline junkie seeking thrilling escapades or someone seeking serene nature walks, New York's outdoor recreation scene has something to offer you.
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Popular counties for outdoor activities in New York

Essex County is home to the High Peaks Wilderness area in the Adirondacks. This region offers 46 high peaks for hiking, each over 4,000 feet high. It's a paradise for hikers and mountaineers seeking challenging trails and breathtaking summit views. For those who prefer water-based activities, Saratoga County is a must-visit. The county is famous for Saratoga Lake and the Hudson River, offering excellent opportunities for fishing, boating, and kayaking. Fishing enthusiasts will find a variety of species including largemouth bass, northern pike and walleye. In contrast to mountainous Essex and waterfront Saratoga is Suffolk County on Long Island. This county offers a unique blend of coastal activities like saltwater fishing along with hunting opportunities in expansive wildlife preserves. Lastly, let's not forget about Chautauqua County in western New York. This area is highly regarded among hunters for its white-tailed deer population and among fishermen for its ice fishing opportunities on Lake Erie. Each of these counties offers unique outdoor experiences that cater to different adventure preferences - from hiking to hunting to fishing - making New York State an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true.
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