Explore the Regions of New York State: From The Cities To The Mountains
The six-million-acre Adirondack Park is a great destination all four seasons of the year.
New York's Capital Region has something for everyone from horse racing to historic sites and more.
Outdoor recreation lovers will find lots to enjoy and explore in the Chautauqua-Allegheny Region.
In the Finger Lakes you'll find world-class wineries, countless waterfalls, and endless views.
Take in scenic views of the Hudson Valley while you enjoy fine dining, historic lodging, and more.
Long Island will draw land and sea lovers alike with miles of shoreline and towns bursting with attractions.
See renowned performing arts, dine at five-star restaurants, and much more in New York City.
Experience the full force of nature at Niagara Falls and explore Buffalo, one of New York State's largest cities.
The Thousand Islands are filled with history, culture, and activities for the whole family, on and off the water.