The outdoors are always open in Binghamton. So, take the opportunity and get out and about in BING anytime!

Immerse yourself in the nature that surrounds you. Discover the different wildlife and monuments that Binghamton has to offer. Whether you are strapping up your hiking boots, lacing up your sneakers or loading the bike onto the roof rack, you can explore the variety of different locations available for nature and adventure seekers.

Take your outdoor journey to Confluence Park where both the Susquehanna meets the Chenango River. It is the perfect place to take a stroll or cast a line while being at one with the historical significance that it holds.

By foot or by bike, you can explore Binghamton’s River Trail. The trail connects both Confluence and Cheri Linsey Park through a short 1.5-mile paved walkway. For a longer jaunt, you can take on a 6.5-mile nature trail at Greenwood Park in Lisle. See what wildlife you can discover and check out their trail guide to use while on your walk.

Get on your bike and pedal the various bike trails at Otsiningo Park in Binghamton. Choose from one of the four: the pond loop trail (0.7 miles), center loop trail (0.9 miles), river trail (0.9 miles) or the north trail (1.3 miles).

Looking to incorporate a history lesson into your outdoor adventure? Take a trip to Ganondagan Hiking Trails. There are three different trails, each that signifies something different. The Trail of Peace digs into the Seneca history and oral tradition, the Earth is Our Mother Trail is dedicated to identifying plants and explains their uses for the Seneca and the Granary Trail is where you can relive a day in July during the Denonville campaign.