Schoharie County Top Attractions

Old Stone Fort

145 Fort Rd, Schoharie, NY 12157

May – October

10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Adults $7, Seniors $6, children $2


Three centuries of rural New York life in and among seven historic and exhibit buildings on 25 acres in the scenic Schoharie Valley.

New York Power Authority & Lansing Manor

1378 State Route 30, North Blenheim, NY 12131

All year round



Are you looking for a way to combine education with outdoor fun? Then plan a visit to the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project in North Blenheim, just 40 miles southwest of Albany on the Schoharie Creek in the northern Catskill Mountains. Our power project and admission-free Visitors Center have a deliberately low profile amidst spectacular scenery, historic settings and a developed state park.

Vroman’s Nose

Mill Valley Road, Middleburgh, NY 12122


Sunrise to sunset


Vroman’s Nose is a prominent geological feature in the town of Fulton (near Middleburgh). It is among the more popular hiking sites in upstate New York and is of significant historical note.

Howe Caverns

255 Discovery Drive, Howes Cave, NY 12092

Open daily

9:00 am to 6:00 pm


Howe Caverns is the second most visited natural attraction in New York State, second only to Niagara Falls. With a variety of tour packages available, gift shop, café, gemstone mining, a museum, and the new Howe High Adventure park, there is plenty to do. If you can’t fit it all in one day, stay at the hotel that is located onsite.

Schoharie County Beverage Trail

Various locations throughout the county

The Schoharie County Beverage Trail is a New York State certified Culinary Trail dedicated to creating distilled, brewed, and fermented beverages from locally grown ingredients exemplifying Schoharie County’s farm-to-table commitment. Along the trail you’ll have an opportunity to sample beverages produced by our local distilleries, wineries, meaderies and breweries, as well as shop and dine in businesses designated as Friends of the Trail. All trail members are committed to supporting community involvement and local commerce.

Historic Sharon Springs

Sharon Springs, NY 13459

Sharon Springs and the surrounding area have many exciting things to offer. Whether it’s a stroll through the Adirondacks or a hike through the Catskills, Schoharie County has something for everyone.

Mine Kill & Max V. Shaul State Parks

161 Mine Kill State Park, North Blenheim, NY 12131


Located in the scenic Schoharie Valley, Mine Kill State Park overlooks the New York Power Authority’s Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project. While many come to Mine Kill during the summer when the park’s three pools are open, the park is open year round for a variety of activities. Come play on the 18-hole disc golf course, go fishing or boating on the reservoir, play on the athletic fields, have a picnic, or go for a hike on the 7.5 miles of trails through the Park. Mine Kill State Park is open in the winter for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice skating on a man-made pond, and sledding. Max V. Shaul State Park, located approximately 9 miles north of Mine Kill State Park along Route 30, is a wooded 30-site campground open from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Max V. Shaul State Park is also open year round for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, as well as access to the Schoharie Creek for fishing and hand launch boat access.

Secret Caverns

671 Caverns Road, Howes Cave, NY 12092

May 1 – Labor Day/Seasonal Hours



Nestled in the hallowed halls of hollow earth, Secret Caverns is a small commercial cavern located in upstate New York. Founded by local civil engineer Roger Mallery, the caverns have hosted America’s roadside travellers and seekers of subterranean knowledge and adventure since its discovery by intrepid bovine explorers in 1928.

Iroquois Indian Museum

324 Caverns Road, Howes Cave, NY 12092

Closed December 1 – March 31


Adults $8, Seniors and students $6.50, children $5, under 5 FREE

(518) 296-8949

The Iroquois Indian Museum is an educational institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture using Iroquois art as a window to that culture. The Museum is a venue for promoting Iroquois art and artists, and a meeting place for all peoples to celebrate Iroquois culture and diversity. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by research on archaeology, history, and the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftspeople.

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