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New York State #46 Highway Guide

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1145 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 12B
New York State Highway 46 begins at its intersection with New York State Highway 12B in the community of Eaton, Madison County, New York. Leland Pond: fishing, paddling, canoeing (Wendover Road).
0.9
1.5
1158 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 26
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & New York State Highway 26. East to the community of Bouckville, Madison County, New York. West to the community of West Eaton, Madison County, New York.
1.4
2.2
1152 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20
Intersection of New York State Highway 46 & US Highway 20. East to the community of Bouckville, Madison County, New York. NOTE: To the north, both highways overlap at this point.
1.6
2.6
1145 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20
NOTE: US Highway 20 separates from New York State Highway 46 and turns west to the community of Morrisville, Madison County, New York. Historic buildings include the Morrisville Public Library and Old Madison County Courthouse, both located on E Main Street.
4.0
6.4
1243 ft.
Pratts Hollow, NY
Country Highway 42/Lynch Road go to the community of Pratts Hollow, Madison County, New York. The Geographic Center of New York is in the northeast part of Pratts Hollow.
8.0
12.8
682 ft.
Munnsville, NY
Community of Munssville, Madison County, New York. Limited services. Historic village of Peterboro, Madison County, New York can also be accessed from Williams Road, off New York State Highway 46, then left on Country Highway 32.
9.1
14.6
669 ft.
Oxbow, NY
Community of Oxbow, Madison County, New York. Limited services. Access is from Country Highway/Haslauer Road.
14.0
22.6
568 ft.
Mt. Hope Park/Reservoir, NY
Historic Mt. Hope Reservoir, Oneida, Madison County, New York, currently a city park - Activities: hiking, fishing, camping, mountain biking, cross-country skiing. Access is from Mt. Hope Avenue/County Highway 100.
15.6
25.1
453 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 5
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & New York State Highway 5. City of Oneida, Madison County, New York; site of the world's smallest church. Maxwell Field: baseball/softball field (E Sands St). Allen Park : basketball court, tennis courts; access from W Jenkins St, then turn on Broad Street). West to the community of Wampsville, Madison County, New York. East access to the community of Oneida Castle, Oneida County, New York.
16.3
26.3
440 ft.
Oneida, NY
City of Oneida, Madison County, New York. Nearby Allen Park (basketball court, tennis courts) can be accessed from W Jenkins Street, then turn on Broad Street. Maxwell Field (baseball/softball diamonds) and the DuRoss Conservancy can be accessed from E Sands Street.
18.1
29.1
440 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 90
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & US Interstate Highway 90 (New York State Thruway). Accesses the community of Verona, Oneida County, New York, to the east. To the west, to the community of Canastota, Madison County, New York. International Boxing Hall of Fame (1 Hall of Fame Drive, Tel. 315-697-7095).
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30.4
433 ft.
Durhamville, NY
Community of Durhamville, Oneida County, New York. Some attractions in Durhamville, NY include Lone Pine Campgrounds - Amenities: electrical sites, boat launch, hot showers, laundry. Activities: fishing, boating -(600 16th Avenue Sylvan Beach, NY, Tel. 315-762-5544), and Foster Ponds Golf Club: 18-hole public golf course (3387 Foster Corners Road, Durhamville, NY, Tel. 315-363-9879).
19.6
31.5
427 ft.
Brandy Brook, NY
Access to Brandy Brook is off New York State Highway 46, on Foster Street, then left on Foster Corners Road.
20.9
33.6
423 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 31
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & New York State Highway 31. East access to the community of Vernon, Oneida County, New York. Oneida Indian Nation Golf Course (5493 Cooper St, Vernon - Tel. 315-829-3867). To the west, access to Kawana Bay (Kawana Bay Rd), Messenger Bay (Hamlin Ave), Lakeport Bay (Willow Rd), Chapman Park and Rogues Roost(both on Lake Rd), and to the community of Brigeport, Madison County, New York.
21.6
34.7
423 ft.
State Park
Verona Beach State Park, on the eastern shore of Oneida Lake, Oneida County, New York: beach, playgrounds, campsites, tent/trailer sites, picnic tables and pavilions, nature trail, Activities: fishing/ice fishing, hiking, hunting, biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, swimming, jet skiing; open year-round; Tel. 315-762-4463.
27.3
43.9
427 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 49
Intersection of New York State Highway 46 & New York State Highway 49. West to the community of Vienna, Oneida County, New York. NOTE: To the north, both highways merge on Rome-New London Road and Erie Blvd W.
30.1
48.5
404 ft.
Airport
Oswego Road, off New York State Highway 46, accesses Becks Grove Airport, a public-use airport in Rome, New York.
31.3
50.4
413 ft.
Park
Peterpaul Recreation Park, an entertainment center which features baseball/softball cages, go-karts, kiddie karts, bumper boat rides, arcade, picnic area, and refreshments - on Rome-New London Road, Rome, NY, Tel. 315-339-2666.
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52.3
453 ft.
Junction: Rome-Taberg Road
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & Rome-Taberg Road. NY State Highway69 becomes Rome-Taberg Road to the west and goes to the community of Taberg, Oneida County, New York. Limited services.
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56.1
443 ft.
Junction: New York State Highways 69 & 26
New York State Highway 46 intersects with New York State Highways 69 and 26 at this point. NOTE: NY State Highway 69 ends its overlap with NY State Highway 46 and heads southeast to the community of Oriskany, Oneida County, New York. Oriskany Battlefield Historic Site marks the 1777 Battle of Oriskany during the American Revolution. To the north, NY State Highway 26 overlaps briefly with NY State Highway 46.
35.2
56.7
456 ft.
Rome, NY
City of Rome, Oneida County, New York: known as the City of American History. Fort Stanwix National Monument features a reconstruction of the historic fort, has three trails going around the fort, one of which follows a portion of the Oneida Carry, an important trade route in Colonial American, open daily 9am-5pm except on January 1, Thanksgiving Day and December 25, (112 E Park St., Tel. 315-338-7730).
35.5
57.1
459 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 26
NOTE: At this point, New York State Highway 26 separates from New York State Highway 46 and heads north to the community of Ava, Oneida County, New York. Limited services.
36.4
58.6
469 ft.
Parks
Hazelton Park can be reached on Riverview Parkway N Road. Franklyns Field is on NY State Highway 46. Vogel Park is accessed from E Pine Street which becomes W Pine Street, then turn on N George Street.
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59.3
476 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 825
The northern terminus of New York State Highway 825 is at its junction with New York State Highway 46. North access via Bell Road N to Mohawk Glen Golf: 9-hole, par 72 golf course (880 Perimeter Rd Rome, NY, Tel. 315-334-4652), then turns south to its terminus at an intersection with NY State Highway 49.
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61.4
515 ft.
Potter Road
Potter Road connects New York State Highway 46 with New York State Highway 26 to the west.
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66.8
558 ft.
State Park/Lake

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70.2
561 ft.
Westernville, NY
Community of Westernville, Oneida County, New York. Historic Western Town Hall (or Liberty Hall) at the junction of Main St and Stokes-Westernville Road, built in 1911. Gen. William Floyd House: home of William Floyd, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence (west side of Main Street).
45.4
73.1
587 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 274
Junction of New York State Highway 46 & New York State Highway 274. West to the community of Steuben, Oneida County, New York.
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81.6
728 ft.
State Forests
Webster Hill State Forest can be accessed off New York State Highway 46, Dunbrook Road, then left on Brocholski Road while access to Jackson Hill State Forest is from Jackson Hill Road.
52.3
84.1
814 ft.
Historic Area
Five Lock Combine and Locks 37 and 38, Black River Canal: a national historic district in Boonville Gorge Park, Oneida County, New York, includes seven locks of the abandoned Black River Canal.
53.4
85.9
906 ft.
State Park
Pixley Falls State Park, Oneida County, New York: has a 50-foot waterfall. Activities include fishing, seasonal hunting, hiking, cross-country skiing. Camping no longer allowed. Day-use park. (Tel. 315-942-4713).
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92.8
1122 ft.
Historic Canal
Black River Canal, built to connect the Erie Canal and the Black River. The 109 locks can be seen while driving into Boonville on NY State Highway 12.
58.4
94.0
1184 ft.
Boonville Reservoir, NY
Access Boonville Reservoir from Jackson Hill Road, off New York State Highway 46. Fishing.
59.5
95.8
1145 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 12D
New York State Highway 46 ends at an intersection with New York State Highway 12D, which ends at New York State Highway 12 to the east. Community of Boonville, Oneida County, New York. Annual NYS Woodmen's Field Days, held on the third week of August: forestry exhibits, fireworks, greased pole climb, lumberjack/lumberjill contest, parade, contestants from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand compete in the lumberjack contests. Boonville Snow Festival (held yearly in late January): vintage snowmobile races, ice sculptures, parade, fireworks.
59.5
95.8
1148 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 294
Community of Boonville, New York - Eastern terminus of New York State Highway 294 at a junction with New York State Highway 46. East to the community of West Leyden, Lewis County, New York. Limited services. - Start/Finish of Free Road Map RV Highway Travel Guide - LD10e