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New York State #10 Highway Guide

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0.0
997 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 17
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 17, west to New Berlin, Chenango County, New York. Right on Columbia Lake Rd. to Columbia Lake State Forest, Columbia Lake, Crystal Lake, and Silver Lake.
2.1
3.3
1027 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 8
At this juncture, New York State Highway 10 disconnects from New York State Highway 8 and turns south.
8.9
14.4
1175 ft.
Cannonsville Reservoir, NY
Cannonsville Reservoir, Delaware County, New York. Russell Lake on Country Road 67. Fishing
13.5
21.8
1168 ft.
Tompkins, NY
Community of Tompkins, Delaware County, New York. Limited services. Alt. 1,155 ft.
15.6
25.1
1168 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 268
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 268, to Hancock, Delaware County, New York to the south.
26.5
42.6
1227 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 206
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 206, to Masonville, New York to the west. To southeast, community of Walton, Delaware County, New York (hosts the yearly Delaware County Fair; Gardiner Historic Place District, Christ Episcopal Church, built in 183 in Federal Gothic style); Austin Lincoln Park and Bassett Park. Bear Spring Mountain Game Management Area (campgrounds, boat rentals, horse trails, hunting, fishing, swimming) is also on State Highway 206.
30.2
48.6
1286 ft.
Colchester, NY
Community of Colchester, Delaware County, New York. Alt. 2,388 ft.
35.7
57.5
1286 ft.
Bridge
Hamden Bridge, village of Hamden, Delaware County, New York, a wooden covered bridge.
36.9
59.4
1302 ft.
Andes-Delancey Rd.
Andes-Delancy Rd. ends at New York State Highway 28 to the east, to community of Andes, Delaware County, New York.
43.7
70.3
1368 ft.
Delhi, NY
Community of Delhi, county seat of Delaware County, New York. Alt: 1,371 ft. Historic St. John's Church Complex (built in 1831, Sheldon Memorial Chapel with its Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style is the showpiece of the complex); Delaware County Courthouse Square District (consists of a group of 19th century governmental, commercial, and religious buildings); First Presbyterian Church (built in 1880-1882); Sherwood Family Estate; State University of New York.
46.6
75.0
1388 ft.
Bridge
Fitch's Bridge, a covered wooden bridge, Delhi, Delaware County, New York. Nearby is Christian Church (or Fitches Bridge Church) at East Delhi, New York, built in 1861, Greek Revival architectural style with Gothic Revival decor.
51.5
82.8
1450 ft.
Kortright, NY
Country Road 33 to communities of Bloomville and Kortright, Delaware County, New York. Nearby historic places: Bloomville Methodist Episcopal Church, 35 Church Street, Bloomville (built between 8810 and 1889); McArthur-Martin Hexadecagon Barn (built in 1883); MacDonald Farm (built in 1851).
56.4
90.7
1516 ft.
South Kortright, NY
Community of South Kortright, Delaware County, New York.
60.3
97.1
1644 ft.
Hobart, NY
Community of Hobart, Delaware County, New York, on Arizona State Highway 10. Hobart Historical Center (formerly known as Hobart Masonic Hall), built in 1889, Stick-Eastlake style; St. Peter's Episcopal Church complex, built in 1801.
63.9
102.9
1814 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 23
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 23, to Harpersfield, New York to the northwest; intersects New York State Highway 30 to the southeast. Community of Stamford, Delaware County, New York, also known as 'Queen of the Catskills.' Limited services. Churchill Park Historic District, (summer homes, hotels, boarding houses) constructed between 1870 and 1920.
65.0
104.6
1890 ft.
Reservoir
Utsayantha Lake, Schoharie County, New York. Nearby is Archibald Field. Stamford Reservoir on Country Rd 45.
69.5
111.9
2024 ft.
Shew Hollow Rd.
Shew Hallow Rd intersects Arizona State Highway 30 to the southeast.
71.4
114.9
1867 ft.
Jefferson, NY
Community of Jefferson, Schobarie County, New York, first settled by New Englanders in 1793. On E Jefferson Rd/Country Rd 16 which becomes W Kill Rd/Country Rd 43, to community of Blenheim, Schoharie County, New York and Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest.
73.8
118.7
2146 ft.
Clapper Hollow State Forest, NY

76.6
123.2
2175 ft.
Baldwin Pond, NY
Baldwin Pond, Schoharie County, New York.
79.0
127.2
2110 ft.
Summit, NY
Community of Summit, Schoharie County, New York; Summit Lake; Country Rd 20/Sawyer Hollow Rd to Mallet Pond State Forest, and community of West Fulton, Schoharie County, New York to the east. To the west, on Spruce Lake Rd, then Mud Lake Rd to Lutheranville State Forest.
84.0
135.2
1060 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 7
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 7, to Richmondville, Schoharie County, New York on Main Street to the west.
84.9
136.6
1004 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 88
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & US Interstate Highway 88, to Worcester, Otsego County, New York to the west; to the east, Duane, Franklin County, New York. At this juncture, Arizona State Highway 10 merges with State Highway 7 to the northeast.
86.6
139.4
932 ft.
Warnerville, NY
Community of Warnerville, Schoharie County, New York, along Arizona State Highway 7.
88.5
142.4
922 ft.
Cobbleskill, NY
Community of Cobbleskill, Schoharie County, New York. Site of the Battle of Cobbleskill (or Cobbleskill Massacre), May 30, 1778, Loyalists and Iroquois raided and destroyed several villages of New york and Pennsylvania. Cobbleskill Historic District, centerpiece is the Augustan Hotel (built in 1874), Bull's Head Inn built in 1802).
88.7
142.8
945 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 145
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 145, to community of Lawyersville, Schoharie County, New York.
89.9
144.7
981 ft.
State University of New York
State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobbleskill, located at Schoharie County, offers degrees in agriculture, technology, culinary arts, tourism, liberal arts and sciences.
95.8
154.1
1138 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 165
Junction of Arizona State Highway 10 & State Highway 165, to Seward, Schoharie County, New York.
101.9
164.0
1316 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & US Highway 20. Community of Sharon Springs, Schoharie County, New York. Sharon Springs Historic District: Magnesia Temple (1863), Lower Bath House (1876), Inhalation Bathhouse (1884),Lower Bath House (1876), Adler and Roseboro Hotels (1928 & 1905 respectively). American Hotel, constructed between 1847 and 1851, Greek Revival style. Bowmaker Pond and Clausen Pond are nearby.
102.5
165.0
1102 ft.
Sharon Springs, NY
Community of Sharon Springs, Schoharie County, New York; limited services; nearby attractions to the north are Howe Caverns, Mohawk River, and Erie Canal; Sharon Springs Historic District; historic American Hotel, constructed from 1847-1851.
106.0
170.6
705 ft.
Ames, NY
Community of Ames, Montgomery County, New York. Limited services. One of New York's smallest communities.
108.1
174.0
666 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 163
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 163.
112.2
180.5
367 ft.
Canajoharie, NY
Community of Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York. A traffic signal on a pedestal (known as "dummy lights"), which was installed in 1926, sits in the middle of the intersection of Church, Mohawk, and Montgomery Streets.
112.7
181.3
302 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 90
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & US Interstate Highway 90; to community of Montgomery, New York to the east.
113.0
181.9
348 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 5
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 5. Community of Palatine Bridge, Montgomery County, New York, settled in 1723, derived its name from a bridge across the Mohawk River built in 1798. Palatine Bridge was settled in 1723.
114.1
183.6
679 ft.
Reservoir
Canajoharie Reservoir, Sprite Creek, Fulton County, New York, built in 1948. Mainly utilized for drinking water purposes.
115.0
185.1
787 ft.
Reservoir
Palatine Bridge Underground Reservoir.
116.0
186.6
787 ft.
Historic Places
Stone Arabia Reformed Church, Nelliston, New York, constructed in 1787. Trinity Lutheran Church & Cemetery, Stone Arabia, New York, built in 1729.
119.6
192.4
850 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 67
Junction of New York State Higwhay 10 & State Highway 67, connects with New York State Highway 5 to the west. New York State Highway 10 merges with State Highway 67 to the north.
120.8
194.4
686 ft.
Ephratah, NY
Community of Ephratah, Fulton County, New York; biblical name meaning "fruitful."
121.2
195.1
666 ft.

At this point, New York State Highway 10 departs State Highway 67, which heads east.
124.3
200.0
1070 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 29
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 29. New York State Highway 10 overlaps State Highway 29 at this juncture.
125.6
202.1
1086 ft.
Rockwood State Forest, NY
New York State Highway 10 disconnects from New York State Highway 29 and turns east into the Rockwood State Forest.
126.3
203.3
1086 ft.
Lake
Rockwood Lake, Fulton County, New York.
128.3
206.5
1276 ft.
Adirondack State Park, NY
Adirondack State Park, 9,375 square miles, consists of streams, lakes, rivers, the Adirondack mountain range, rivers, trails; campgrounds, picnic areas, restrooms.
132.1
212.6
1483 ft.
Caroga, NY
Community of Caroga, Fulton County, New York, inside the Adirondack Park, first settlers came around 1783; Caroga Lake, boating, kayaking, ice fishing. Junction of New York State Route 29A to the southeast, Peck Lake, Mud Lake, and to the community of Gloverville, Fulton County, New York.
135.7
218.4
1585 ft.
Historic Place: Kane Mountain FIre Observation Station
Kane Mountain Fire Observation Station on Kane Mountain, Fulton County, New York; has a lookout tower built in 1925, observer's cabin, and foot trail.
139.9
225.2
1670 ft.
Stoner Lakes, NY
East Stoner, West Stoner, and Little Stoner, linked together are known as the Stoner Lakes.
141.8
228.2
1693 ft.
Arietta, NY
Community of Arietta, Hamilton County, New York, inside the Adirondack Park. Limited services. Alt: 2,260 ft.
145.8
234.7
1690 ft.
Ferris Lake, NY
Ferris Lake Wild Forest, 147, 454 acres of State Preserve lands; Lakes in Ferris Lake Wild Forest: Spectacle Lake, Ferris Lake, Sand Lake, Big Bay Lake, Jockeybush Lake, Iron Lake, Rock Lake, Black Cat Lake, Clockmill Pond, Red House Lake, Dexter Lake, Good Luck Lake.
155.0
249.5
1732 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 8
Junction of New York State Highway 10 & State Highway 8, northeast to the town of Lake Pleasant, New York. Nearby lakes includes Spy Lake, Big Bay Lake, and Mud Lake. LD10e