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New York State #23 Highway Guide

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Junction: New York State Highway 26
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 26; to the northeast, the community of Pitcher, Chenango County, New York; to the south, the community of Willet, Cortland County, New York. On Lower Cincinnatus Rd, the community of Cincinnatus, Cortland County, New York.
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9.4
1424 ft.
State Forests
Pleasant Farm Burdick Rd to Balsam Swamp State Forest, Chenango County, New York, 2,679 acres. Balsam Pond is within the state forest, fishing, campground, picnic tables, no electricity/water, first-come, first-served basis. From Pleasant Fram Burdick Rd, turn right on County Rd 5, to Five Streams State Forest, 6,353 acres, in the community of German, Chenango County, New York (named after the first land owner, Gen. Obediah German).
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11.9
1542 ft.
East Pharsalia, NY
Community of East Pharsalia, Chenango County, New York, junction of Country Road 10 and Country Road 8. Further east on Country Rd 10 is he community of Preston, Chenango County, New York.
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15.6
1791 ft.
State Forests
New Michigan State Forest can be accessed from Center Road or the Old CCC Truck Trail east of New York Highway 23, hunting, mountain biking, hiking, snowmobiling, skiing, wildlife observation. To the east, on Center Rd, then Pitcher Springs Rd, right on Kenny Rd to Pitcher Springs State Forest, 1,835 acres.
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18.5
1706 ft.
Pharsalia Game Refuge, NY
Elmer Jackson Rd to Pharsalia Game Refuge, town of Pharsalia, 4,625 acres; birdwatching, hiking, cross-country skiing, hunting, fishing, snowshoeing, trapping.
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1358 ft.
Plymouth Reservoir, NY
Plymouth Reservoir, town of Plymouth, Chenango County, New York can be accessed from Reservoir Hill Rd off New York State Highway 23.
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28.1
1253 ft.
Round Pond, NY
Take Chad Aldrich Rd, off New York State Highway 23, then left on Reservoir Hill Rd to get to Round Pond, Chenango County, New York.
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30.0
1201 ft.
Pigeon Hill State Forest. NY
Pigeon Hill State Forest, Chenango County, New York, 736 acres, variety of wildlife, hunting, fishing. Access is from Country Rd 16, off New York State Highway 23.
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1135 ft.
South Plymouth, NY
Community of South Plymouth, Chenango County, New York.
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1033 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 12
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 12. Community of Norwich, Chenango County, New York; county seat; North Broad Street Historic District (19th & 20th century architectural styles); Eaton Family Residence-Jewish Center of Norwich (1914); Chenango Courthouse District. NY State Highway 12 to Lt. Warren Eaton Airport, Mead Pond, and community of North Norwich, Chenango County, New York, to the north.
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1591 ft.
Chenango Lake, NY
From New York State Highway 23, take County Rd 31, to Chenango Lake, Chenango County, New York.
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1060 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 8
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 8. Community of South New Berlin.
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1716 ft.
Wagner Farm State Forest, NY
Off New York State Highway 23, take Leib Rd, then Coyle Brook Rd which traverses the Wagner Farm State Forest.
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1424 ft.
General Jacob Morris State Forest, NY
Dimmock Hollow Rd, right on Pittsley Rd to General Jacob Morris State Forest. Allen Pond is on Wells Rd, north off NY State Highway 23.
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1568 ft.
Calhoun Creek State Forest, NY
Calhoun C reek State Forest, towns of Morris and Pittsfield, Otsego County, New York; 730 acres; outdoor recreation, winter sports, hiking, birdwatching. Pickens Pond is to the south of New York State Highway 23.
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65.1
1161 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 51
Intersection of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 51. Community of Morris, Otsego County, New York. To the southwest, NY State Highway 51 goes to the community of Gilbertsville, Otsego County, New York. To the northeast, NY State Highway 51 has a short overlap with NY State Highway 23 and then proceeds to the community of New Lisbon, Otsego County, New York, on Country Rd 12.
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1102 ft.
Otsego County Fair, NY
Otsego County Fair Grounds, corner of Lake & Mill Streets, Morris, New York; cattle/horse/dog shows, parades, demolition derby, drag racing, fireworks. Tel. (607) 263-5289 for dates and details.
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1142 ft.
Laurens, NY
Country Rd 11 to community of Laurens, Otsego County, New York. Sulfur springs north of Laurens.
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1142 ft.
West Oneonta, NY
Community of West Oneonta, New York at the junction of County Road 8 and New York State Highway 23. Oneoneta Country Club - 18 holes, privately-owned, pro shop, clubhouse, practice range, putting greens.
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1096 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 205
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 205. o the north, NY State Highway 205 leads to the community of Hartwick, Otsego County, New York.; to the south, it intersects US Interstate Highway 88.
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1096 ft.
West End, NY
Community of West End, Otsego County, New York.
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1115 ft.
Oneida Street, NY
From Oneida Street, New York State Highway 7 joins New York State Highway 23 in the community of Oneonta, Otsego County, New York. NY State Highway 23 turns southeast on James F Letter Highway/New York State Highway 28 while NY State Highway 7 proceeds to the community of Schenevus, town of Maryland, Otsego County, New York.
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1102 ft.
Oneonta, NY
Community of Oneonta, Otsego County, New York, on Main Street; also known as "City of the Hills." Home to Hartwick College and State University of New York at Oneoneta. Neahwa Park and Wilbur Park. Other places of interest: Oneonta Theatre (1897), Oneonta Armory, Ford Block, Walnut Street Historic District.
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1079 ft.
Neahwa Park, NY
David W. Brenner Rd to Neahwa Park, in the center of the community of Oneonta, New York; Damaschke Field, soccer/baseball/softball fields, picnic areas, ice skating (winter), skate park, playground. Tel. (607) 432-5142
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 88
Intersection of New York State Highway 23 and US Interstate Highway 88; at this junction, New York State Highway 28 overlaps New York State Highway and then turns west. To the northeast is the community of Worcester, Otsego County, New York. To the southwest, off Exit 10, to the community of Unadilla, Otsego County, New York.
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1083 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 28
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 28. To the south, NY State Highway 28 intersects New York State Highway 357.
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West Davenport, NY
Country Rd 11 to community of West Davenport, Delaware County, New York.
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1217 ft.
Davenport Center, NY
Community of Davenport Center, Delaware County, New York. Pine Lake is nearby. Meridale-Davenport Center Rd/Country Rd 10 also goes to the community of East Meredith, Delaware County, New York; Hanford Mills Museum - open Wednesday thru Sunday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Tel: 607-278-5744
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1322 ft.
Beaver Spring Pond, NY
Beaver Spring Pond can be accessed from Bear Spring Pond; fishing, boating, hay wagon rides, bingo, cookouts, campsites, RV/cabins for rent. Nearby places of interest: Iroquois Indian Museum, Butterfly Museum, Cooperstown Fun Park. Tel: (607) 278-5293
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1365 ft.
Sexsmith Lake, NY
Take 96 Rd, McIlwain Rd, then Sexsmith Lake Rd to Sexsmith Lake, Delaware County, New York.
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1814 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 10
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 10. Community of Stamford, Delaware Country, New York. NY State Highway 10 proceeds north to the community of Jefferson, Schoharie County, New York. To the south, to the community of Hobart, town of Stamford, Delaware County, New York.
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1854 ft.
Mayham Pond, NY
Mayham Pond on Country Road 14. Historic Forks in the Road Schoolhouse, a one-room school building in South Gilboa, Schoharie County, New York, buil tin 1849, is nearby.
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1404 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 30
Intersection of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 30; to the west, to the community of Grand Gorge, town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York, in the Catskills Mountains; to the north, to Mine Kill State Park, Schoharie County, New York.
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1211 ft.
Schoharie Reservoir, NY
One of 19 reservoirs supplying New York City with water, located in the Catskill Mountains, is the Schoharie Reservoir; fishing, boating; valid New York State fishing license and New York City Public Access permit are required before fishing in all New York City reservoirs.
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1161 ft.
Prattsville, NY
Community of Prattsville, Greene County, New York. On Country Rd 10, take Shrader Rd, then Jim Cleveland Rd to Huntersfield State Forest; B G Partridge Rd to Ashland Pinnacle State Forest; Mt. Pisgah Rd to Mt. Pisgah State Forest. Bearpen Mountain State Forest. Pratt Rock, a rockface having a series of stone carvings that depicts the life of Zadock Pratt (congressman and prominent citizen of Prattsville).
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Ashland, NY
Community of Ashland, Greene County, New York.
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1453 ft.
Jewett, NY
Community of Jewett, Greene County, New York, on Country Rd 17.
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1512 ft.
Windham Mountain Ski Resort, NY
Windham Mountain Ski Resort, town of Windham, New York, northern section of the Catskill Mountains; skiing, skating, tubing, snowboarding, 46 trails, 9 lifts, highest peak at 3,100 feet, lodging at Winwood Inn. Take Country Rd 79, right on Country Rd 12, then Clarence D. Lane Rd. Mountaintop Adventure Park is nearby. Tel. 800-754-9463.
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1558 ft.
Windham, NY
Community of Windham, town of Windham, Greene County, New York, in the northern boundary of Catskill Park. Alt: 1,516 ft.
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Junction: New York State Highway 296
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 296; south to the community of Hensonville, Greene County, New York.
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Windham High Peak, NY
Windham High Peak (part of the Catskill Mountains), in Greene County, New York; start of the Escarpment Trail, which is also the northern portion of the Long Path (a 350-mile hiking trail from New York City to Albany. With an elevation of 3,524 feet, it provides a spectacular view of the Adirondaks, Green Mountains, Berkshires, Taconics, Access is from the Escarpment Trail or from East Windham on New York State Highway 23.
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East Windham, NY
Community of East Windham, Greene County, New York. Silver Lake is nearby.
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1309 ft.
Hervey Street Road Stone Arch Bridge, NY
Historic Hervey Street Road Stone Arch Bridge, at Hervey Street, Greene County, New York, built in 1891, spans a branch of Thorp Creek.
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712 ft.
Acra, NY
Community of Acra, Greene County, New York, on Country Rd 31, north of New York State Highway 23, to the south is the community of Round Top, Greene County, New York.
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554 ft.
Purling, NY
Take Vernal Butler Rd to community of Purling, Greene County, New York.
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397 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 145
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 145. Susquehannah Turnpike, historic 25-mile turnpike from Catskill to the town of Durham, Greene County, New York, partly follows the Mohican Trail, featuring several stone arch bridges. Community of Cairo (pronounced "Care-o"), Greene County, New York. To the northwest, NY State Highway 145 to the community of East Durham, Greene County, New York.
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Leeds, NY
Community of Leeds, Greene County, New York, north of New York State Highway 23. Historic John Van Vechten House, built in 1891, Queen Anne style; Leeds Dutch Reformed Church on Country Rd 23B, built in 1818.
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177 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 87
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & US Interstate Highway 87. Nearby is the community of Jefferson Heights, town of Catskill, Green County, New York
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79 ft.
Junction: US Highway 9W
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & US Highway 9W; north to the community of Hannacroix, Greene County, New York; to the south, to the community of West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
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174 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 385
Intersection of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 385; to the south to the community of Catskill, Greene County, New York, county seat; to the north, to the community of Athens, Greene County, New York.
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154 ft.
Rip Van Winkle Bridge, NY
Rip Van Winkle Bridge carries New York State Highway 23 across the Hudson River and connects to the west side with US Highway 9W and NY State 385 with NY State Highway 9G to the east side.
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249 ft.
Olana Historic Site, New York
South access to Olana Historic Site. Olana State Historic Site, a National Historic Landmark was the home of Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900). Edwin Church, was one of the major figures in the Hudson River School of landscape painting. The house contains Church's last studios, built as an addition from 1888 to 1890.
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180 ft.
Junction of US Highway #9
North to communities of Hudson, New York, Lorenz Park. NOTE: US Highway overlaps state highway #23 at this point.
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223 ft.
Junction of US HIghway #9
New York State Highway 23, US Highway 9, and New York State Highway 82 meet at this juncture. NY State Highway 82 goes southwest to Lake Taghkanic State Park and the community of Ancram, Columbia County, New York. US Highway 9 proceeds to the community of Clemont, Columbia County, New York, to the southeast, historic homes include Forth House (1835-1840), Henry H. Livingston House (1803), Bouwerie (1762). Overlap of US highway #9 ends at this point.
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187 ft.
Shaw Bridge, NY
Historic Shaw Bridge (or Double-Span Whipple Bowstring Truss Bridge), Claverack, New York. The bridge previously carried Van Wyck Lane over Claverack Creek. It has now been closed to all vehicles and pedestrians.
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207 ft.
Junction
Intersection of New York State Highway 23 with New York 9H and New York 23B. Community of Claverack-Red Mills, Columbia County, New York. To the north New York 9H joins US Highway 9 in the community of Kinderhook (which means "Children's Corner" in Dutch), Columbia County, New York. New York 23B merges with US Highway 9 on Green Street to the northwest. Some historic sites along NY 23B are the Ludlow-Van Rennselaer House (1784), Harriet Phillips Bungalow (1920s), Columbia Turnpike-West Tollhouse (1800).
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240 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 217
New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 217 intersect at this juncture. Community of Claverack-Red Mills, Columbia County, New York. Historic buildings include the Harriet Phillips Bungalow, Stephen Storm House, Stephen Miller House, and Van Rennselaer Lower Manor House.
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289 ft.
Hollowville, NY
Community of Hollowville, Columbia County, New York, on Country Rd 16.
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630 ft.
Junction: Taconic State Parkway/New York State Highway 987G
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & the Taconic State Parkway (New York State Highway 987G), connects with US Interstate Highway 90 to the north. To the south, to the community of Taghkanic ('Taconic'), Columbia County, New York.
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640 ft.
Craryville, NY
Community of Craryville, Columbia County, New York. The community of Copake Lake, Columbia County, New York can be reached from Country Rd 7. West of the town of Copake is Copake Lake. Copake Country Club is nearby.
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686 ft.
Junction: New York State HIghway 22
Junction of New York State Highway 23 & New York State Highway 22; to community of Copake Falls, Columbia County, New York, to the south; to the north, to the community of Austerlitz, Columbia County, New York.
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251.0
968 ft.
New York - Massachusetts State Line
Massachusetts State Highway 23 crosses the New York-Massachusetts State Line and becomes New York State Highway 23. Catamount Ski Area (family-owned), 32-trails, 6 lifts, on Mount Fray of the Taconic Mountains in Hillsdale, New York and South Egremont, Massachusetts. LD10