200 Robert Dann Drive
Painted Post, NY 14870-9102
Phone: (607) 962-4444
Fax: (607) 937-5397
The Chemung River flows peacefully alongside the William Street Park making it a perfect spot for a lovely picnic. The park is lined with benches and has a small play area for kids.
Hillvue Park & Playground is a venue for many friendly matches. This neighborhood park is quite large, and has a play area for children in addition to ample of open spaces.
Market Street Historic District is one of the must-visit attractions of the city. The district is lined with residential houses, historic buildings and other eminent sites.
Riverfront Centennial Park is a local park explored by many for their morning walks. The pristine setting of this park makes it an ideal location for a quiet picnic with someone special.
The Spencer Crest Nature Center is home to many, exotic birds and animal species. The place also has many trails that can be explored by hikers and nature enthusiasts.
Houghton Park is a neighborhood park explored by locals for walking their pet and for their morning health routines. The park has a small play area where kids can spend time.
Open from mid November till mid March, the Nasser Civic Center Ice Rink is where locals as well as tourists have a great time over ice. The rink also provides skating lessons, and is one of the must-visit attractions of the city.
Denison Park is explored by locals for many sporting events as well as friendly matches. The emerald expanses and peaceful setting makes this park ideal for picnics too.
Head to Park Avenue Sports Center for a fun day with friends and family. This impressive amusement park has a lot to offer and their prices are quite reasonable too.
Corning Country Club and Golf is a must-visit destination for every golf lover. The rolling hills, pristine expanses and impressive facilities make this golf course a treat for all enthusiasts
Located in the city of Elmira, the Woodlawn National Cemetery is a cemetery that features the burials of over 3000 dead prisoners who lost their lives due to owercowding, inadequate shelter and disease that spread over. The cemetery grounds is also a place of burials of the people who lost their lives in the railroad accident. The most famous person burried in this cemetery is Mark Twain.
The Hanover Square Historic District is a neighborhood in Horseheads, New York that has similar looking Romanesque Revival and Colonial Revival style buildings. Built in the mid 1800s, after a fire destroyed a large part of the town, the brick structures feature elaborate corbels. The site was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and is now the central business district of the town.