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New York State #8 Highway Guide

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City of Utica, New York
Attractions in Utica NY; The Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science & Technology - Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute - National Distance Running Hall of Fame - Oneida County Historical Society -Stanley Theater - Utica Memorial Auditorium - Utica Marsh Wildlife Management Area - Utica Symphony Orchestra - Utica Zoo.
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City of Utica, New York
Junction of Highway #5 and #12. Note: both of these highways overlap Highway #8 at this point. Access Highway #5 West to Syracuse, New York. Access Highway #12 South to city of Binghamton, New York. Access Highway #8 South to communities of Clayville, New York and Cassville, New York. - For highway travel south via, New York highway # 12 See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide New York highway #12 - City of Binghamton to Utica for driving directions.

0.7
1.1
Access to town of New Hartford, New York
South of highway. New Hartford, NY, is located in the southern tier of Oneida County in Central New York State with the beautiful Mohawk Valley as a backdrop.
2.1
3.3
Access to French Road
Access to St. Luke's hospital.
2.2
3.6
Burrstone Road East Exit

2.5
4.1
Burrstone Road West
Access to Utica College.
3.1
5.0
Oswego Street Exit
East side of highway.
3.2
5.2
Noyes St. Exit

3.5
5.7
Warren Street

3.7
6.0
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
4.1
6.6
Access to Highways #5S and #5A
Highway #5S down to communities of Frankford, New York, Ilion, New York and Mohawk, New York.
4.5
7.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Mohawk River. The Mohawk River is a major waterway in north-central New York. The river flows about 230 km ESE from Oneida County, NY entering the Hudson River near Albany, NY. The cities of Schenectady, NY, Amsterdam, NY, Utica,NY and Rome, NY are built on its banks. The river and its supporting canal, the New York State Barge Canal (still referred to as the Erie Canal), connect the Hudson River and port of New York with the Great Lakes.
5.0
8.0
Access to Interstate Highway #790 and #90
I-90 is also known as the New York State Thruway. Note: Highway #5 overlap leaves Highway #8 at this point, heading East to communities of St. Johnsville, New York, Nelliston, New York and Palatine Bridge, New York.
6.1
9.8
Community of Deerfield, New York

9.8
15.7
View from highway
Note: Highway #12 overlap ends here, heads North to Boonville, New York and Lowville, New York.
15.3
24.7
N. Gage Road
East side of highway.
16.2
26.0
View from highway
View from highway heading East.
16.7
26.8
Junction of Highway #28
Note: Highway #28 overlaps Highway #8 at this point.
16.7
26.9
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
16.8
27.0
Roadside turnout
Picnic area, no tables, paved - North side of highway.
17.3
27.8
Access to campground
North side of highway.
17.5
28.1
Point of Information
Crossing the Canada Creek, NY.
17.5
28.2
City of Poland, New York
Note: Highway #28 leaves Highway #8, heading North to communities of Newport, New York and Middleville, New York.
18.8
30.3
Junction of County Roadway #224
South side of highway.
18.9
30.4
View from highway - Photo - Cold Brook , Welcome Highway sign
Community of Cold Brook, New York.
19.0
30.5
Junction of County Roadway #224 South - Rose Valley Road
South side of highway.
19.8
31.8
Junction of County Roadway #77
North side of highway.
20.8
33.5
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
22.1
35.5

Community of Norway.
24.7
39.7
Community of Ohio, New York
Entering the Adirondack Park. The Adirondack Park The Adirondack Park was created in 1892 by the State of New York amid concerns for the water and timber resources of the region. Today the Park is the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States,greater in size than Yellowstone, Everglades, Glacier, and Grand Canyon National Park . There are many campgrounds in this Park. Information on the following campgrounds can be obtained from the link provided. Alger Island Lake Durant Nicks Lake Ausable Point Lake Eaton Northampton Beach Brown Tract Pond Lake George Battleground Paradox Lake Buck Pond Lake George Islands Point Comfort Caroga Lake Lake Harris Poke-O-Moonshine Cranberry Lake Lewey Lake Poplar Point Crown Point Limekiln Lake Putnam Pond Eagle Point Lincoln Pond Rogers Rock Eighth Lake Little Sand Point Rollins Pond Fish Creek Pond Long Island Group Sacandaga Forked Lake Luzerne Saranac Lake Islands Glen Island Group Meacham Lake Sharp Bridge Golden Beach Meadowbrook Taylor Pond Hearthstone Point Moffitt Beach Tioga Point Indian Lake Islands Narrow Island Group Willmington Notch.
25.5
41.0
Point of Information
Crossing the Black Creek.
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49.4
Roadside turnout
Paved - South side of highway.
31.4
50.5
View from highway
View from highway crossing the West Canada Creek.
31.6
50.9
Junction of Highway #365
West access to communities of Barneveld, New York and Floyd, New York - North side of highway.
33.1
53.2
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services.
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60.0

Roadside turnout with scenic viewpoint, no services - North side of highway. Photo of the West Canada Creek as seen from the turnout.
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60.0
Point of Information
Crossing the West Canada Creek.
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62.2
Hamilton County

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65.2
View from highway- Photo Adirondack Park & highway #8 highway signs
View from highway driving East.
40.9
65.8
Kilburn Road

43.4
69.9
Montana Home Road
West side of highway.
44.4
71.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
44.7
71.9
Community of Hoffmeister, New York

51.1
82.3
Access to community of Piseco, New York
6 miles North of highway. Also access to Piseco campgrounds.
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84.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Piseco River outlet.
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84.8
View from highway
View from highway looking at the Piseco inlet.
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86.9
Junction of County Roadway #10
Access to Pine Lake, NY - 18 miles South of highway.
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87.5
Higgens Bay Road
Access to Higgens Bay - 1 miles West of highway. Access to Spy Lake, NY - South side of highway.
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View from highway - Photo, Piseco - Highway sign
Access to Piseco Airport and the community of Piseco, New Yotk - North side of highway.
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92.4
Services and gas at the highway
North side of highway.
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92.7
Community of Oxbow Lake, New York

57.8
93.0
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
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93.7
View from highway - Photo - Lake Pleasant, Welcome Highway sign
Community of Lake Pleasant, New York.
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95.1
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Lake Pleasant

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101.6
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing Lake Pleasant. Photo is view from highway looking at Lake Pleasant.
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View from highway - Photo - Speculator, Welcome Highway sign
Community of Speculator, New York.
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106.2
Junction of Highway #30
Access to the Indian Lake, New York - 23 miles North of highway. Access to community of Sabael, New York - 18 miles North of highway. Note: Highway #30 overlaps Highway #8 at this point.
66.4
106.9
Access to picnic area and public washrooms

66.9
107.6
Access to community of Gilmantown, New York
South side of highway.
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108.0
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - South side of highway.
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108.8
Photo from Roadside highway turnout
Roadside turnout with picnic area and a historical marker - North side of highway. 'Historic New York - The Adirondacks - The Adirondack Mountains, consisting of rocky peaks, sheer cliffs and narrow valleys, also have wooded slopes and sparkling lakes. Forty-three mountains have elevations 1000 ft. or higher. Mount Marcy, with an altitude of 5344 feet, is the highest. Near Marcy's summit is Lake Tear-of-the-Clouds, the source of the Hudson River.'
68.0
109.4
Access to community of Wells, New York

75.9
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View from highway Photo highway # 8 & # 30 highway signs
Junction of Highway #30 South, access to communities of Wells, New York, Northville, New York and Mayfield, New York. Note: Highway #8 leaves Highway #30 at this point, ending the overlap.
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122.2
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing the Sacandaga River, New York. Photo view while crossing this river.
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125.5
Roadside turnout
Gavel, no services - North side of highway.
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126.1
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - South side of highway.
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128.1
Roadside turnout
Large, gravel, no services - North side of highway.
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129.6
Warren County, New York
Western county line.
83.6
134.6
Roadside turnout
Large, gravel, no services - South side of highway.
87.4
140.7
Roadside turnout
Large, gravel, no services - North side of highway.
89.4
143.9
Access to community of Eleven Trailhead, New York
North side of highway.
91.0
146.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
92.5
148.8
View from highway - Photo - Bakers Mills, Highway sign
Community of Bakers Mills, New York.
93.0
149.7
View from highway
Community of Bakers Mills, New York.
94.9
152.7
Access to the Gore Mountain Trail
North side of highway.
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156.5
Community of Johnsburg, New York

98.9
159.2
Community of Weverton, New York
Junction of Highway #28 North. Access to communities of Holcombville, New York, North River, New York and Indian Lake, New York. Access to the Gore Mountain Ski Area.,
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165.0
Community of Riparius, New York

102.7
165.2
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing the Hudson River, NY.
104.5
168.2
Junction of Highway #9
Note: Highway #9 overlaps Highway #8 at this point.
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171.7
Point of Information
Crossing Loon Lake. Photo is view from highway looking at Loon Lake, NY.
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171.8
Access to lodging

106.8
171.9

Photo is view from highway looking at Loon Lake, dam.
106.9
172.1
Access to Friends Lake, New York
2 miles South of highway.
107.3
172.6
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
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174.5
Community of Chestertown, New York
Junction of Highway #9. South access to community of Warrensburg, New York. North access to the communities of Pottersville, New York, Adirondack, New York and Severance, New York. Access to the Hickory Ski Center. Note: Highway #9 overlap ends at this point.
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177.0
Services and fuel at highway
Both gas and diesel available.
110.3
177.5
Access to Interstate Highway #87
South to the communities of Bolton Landing, New York, Glen Falls, New York and Saratoga Springs, New York.
110.5
177.8
Access to Interstate Highway #87
North access to community of Plattsburgh, New York and to the Natural Stone Bridge Caves.
110.6
178.0
Access to camping grounds

110.9
178.4
Point of Information
Crossing the Schooner River, NY.
111.8
179.9
Community of Brant Lake, New York
Photo is view from highway looking at Brant Lake.
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183.7
Roadside turnout
Scenic viewpoint, no services - North side of highway.
114.3
183.9
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
115.3
185.5
View from highway
View from highway looking at Brant Lake, NY.
118.7
191.1
View from highway
View from highway travelling East.
119.1
191.7
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - North side of highway.
120.7
194.2
Access to state run roadside turnout
Paved with picnic area - North side of highway.
121.6
195.7

Roadside turnout, paved with scenic view area. Photo is view from turnout.
123.0
197.9

Roadside turnout, paved with scenic view area. Photo is view from turnout.
123.4
198.6
Roadside turnout
Paved with no services.
124.6
200.5
Community of Graphite, New York

127.6
205.4
View from highway - Photo - Hague Highway sign

127.6
205.4
Access to campground
North side of highway.
128.3
206.5
View from highway
Community of Hague, New York.
128.4
206.7
End of Highway #8. Junction of Highway #9N.
North to the communities of Ticonderoga, New York and Crown Point, New York. South to the communities of Silver Bay, NY, Sabbath Day Point, NY and Diamond Point, NY. --For travel north via New York Highway # 9N - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide New York Highway # 9N - Hague to Fort Ticoderoga - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - S&e