145 East Erie Blvd.
Rome, NY 13440
Phone: (315) 337-9400
Fax: (315) 337-8660
Delta Divers have many years of dive experience throughout New York State and the Caribbean. Trained and Certified by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors PADI, they bring the world's largest, most successful certification organization.
Offers 32 lanes of bowling fun with automatic scoring, a pro shop, lotto, a snack bar, lounge, video arcade, and more.
A nine-hole course that is a par 27.
A public golf course.
A family owned, semi-private 18-hole course. Its varied terrain will challenge even the most seasoned golfer. The course is available April 1 to November 15. The Clubhouse can accommodate special events with a separate bar. Other amenities include cart rental, club rental, a putting green, and pro shop.
The Woods Valley Ski Area offers challenging trails and three terrain parks for both skiing and snow tubing activities. Since its inception in 1964, it has been adding facilities bit by bit to become one of the best enterprises for skiing in the state. Their amenities include a conveyor lift named as Sun Kid Wonder Carpet, tubing and lighting lanes, excellent lighting facilities for skiing at night, double chairlifts and snowmaking equipment. One can also avail of snowboarding and skiing lessons. The location offers magnificent views of the Delta Reservoir and the Delta Lake State Park, replete with green conifers.
A nine-hole course that is a par 36.
The Edward W. Stanley Recreation Center is an indoor sports venue that is also referred to as the Clinton Arena. It provides for varied events during summer and winter seasons. Here, in winter, you can indulge in skating, Ice Hockey and figure skating, and summer is the time for community markets, fairs and similar activities.
Family fun awaits you at this state of the art bowling center.
This center proudly offers facilities including a chairlift, tow rope, night skiing, ski chalet complete with snack bar and double sided fireplace. There are trails of varying degrees of difficulty and a separate sledding hill.
Mount Hope Reservoir started out as the first water source in the city. Not only was this the first ever swimming area in Oneida, but also the place from which water was used for drinking and almost all other needs. The site is now a city park stretching to 65 acres (26.3 hectares) and comprising of various activity facilities like fishing, biking, hiking and skiing.