Tour around the most charming small towns in New York state

At first glance, outsiders may think that all small towns of New York are basically the same but if you look carefully, you will find that every place has something special.

In addition to the Big City, New York State is known for its beautiful scenery with many outstanding streets, lakes, parks, ... At first glance, outsiders may think that all small towns of New York are basically the same but if you look carefully, you will find that every place has something special. It is hard to decide which one is the most interesting or the most beautiful, but a few towns have differences that we cannot yet see.

Below is a summary of the most charming small towns in New York state. You can arrange a great vacation with family and relatives here.

1.Cold Spring

Cold Spring is located in a position in the list of National History places. With a population of about 2,000 people, Cold Spring is considered a popular destination for people to escape from the bustling city.

Many buildings in the downtown area were built in the 19th century and the locals are proud that most stores are independently owned. Because of that, the space here is really comfortable and brings something very ancient.

Cold Spring brings charm, tranquility and comfort. If you want an outdoor adventure, try kayaking through the Hudson River. In addition, you can also try golfing, cycling or hiking here.

2. Aurora

Aurora is a small village located on the east bank of Cayuga Lake, Aurora. It possesses a picturesque beauty and is currently in a comprehensive revival phase. This includes a lot of village markets, pizza restaurants, ice cream parlors, historic inns, bizarre ceramic factories and a women's college. 

The town has a dramatic change in the Aurora Foundation's efforts - founded by a benefactor. This person made it resurrect and began to monitor the restoration of the village's historic buildings, including the beautiful Aurora 1833 Inn.

If you have a chance to come here, visit MacKenzie-Childs ceramic production site near the fairyland Willy Wonka.

3. Greenport

This is the cutest town on the North Fork (a 30-mile peninsula northeast of Suffolk, New York, USA), located on the northern fork of Long Island. Filled with the buildings, inns, houses of residents and shops, Greenport is known as a popular tourist destination in the summer.

Most of the activities stem from visiting the maritime area, exploring 40 vineyards on the East End of Long Island. In addition, there are many small shops, ice cream shops, restaurants from affordable restaurants to fully meet and complete your travel.

4. Cooperstown

Cooperstown, New York, (2,200 population) is recognized by most Americans as the home of "National Baseball Hall of Fame". But that's just a small rural town with restored historic buildings and a multitude of cultural attractions that tourists want to visit.

Cooperstown is surrounded by magnificent forest hills and located on the shores of the lake. It has become a popular summer retreat in the mid-1800s. Today, Cooperstown is a historic village of museums including national baseball stadiums, Farmer museums and attractions Other such as Glimmerglass Theater, New York State Historical Association, National Art Association Exhibition, Gallery 53 Art Center, Cooperstown Brush Club and Brushes, and several art galleries other small arts.

5. Skaneatele

Skaneatele is a charming town in New York state. However, it is more reminiscent of New England than New York suburb.

Highlights include the historic city center - a mix of 19th-century Greek Renaissance and Victorian houses and many antique shops along East Genesee Street, located right on the bank north of Lake Skaneatele is waiting for you to explore.

Countless clear lakes, peaceful natural space is one of the most beautiful and cleanest places in the state. Next to the lake there is an inn and restaurant located close by.

In the summer, the band organizes music at a gazebo, next to the lake's edge, making the scene stunning. In winter, expensive actors will come here to rest.

6. Saranac Lake

Saranac Lake is nestled in the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, beginning to attract visitors in the late 19th century. Saranac Lake has a distinct charm. With small wooden shops interspersed with unique brick structures, the town has a few delicious restaurants, lovely hotels and clean streets. It can be said that natural beauty and attractive local cuisine continue to attract tourists here every year.

The charming towns of New York state bring new tourist destinations that you should explore this year.

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