On the water or out in the open, get out there and take in some scenery in Greater Binghamton.
Two of Binghamton’s wonderful rivers meet at Confluence Park, the perfect place to unwind or wet a line. The city park, a popular kayak and canoe launching spot, is pristinely maintained and tastefully decorated with landscaping.
Enjoy Binghamton’s River Walk, which connects Confluence with Cheri Lindsey Park via a 1.5-mile paved trail. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers by foot or bike, then soak in the waterside scenery.
Find similar trails in and near Otsiningo and Port Dickinson parks for a nature while visiting the city. The 420-acre Greenwood Park in Greater Binghamton offers camping, warm-weather recreation and gorgeously groomed cross country skiing trails come winter.
The American Civic Association Memorial Park inspires with its numerous illuminated features. Grecian-style columns, artisan-crafted bird statues and plenty of bench space highlight the park, which glows at night.
Elevate your outdoor experience with a flight from Southern Tier Balloon Tours. Get a unique view of Greater Binghamton’s greatest sights, from the city’s classic urban footprint to the picturesque hills of the tri-city area.