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Robert V. Riddell State Park

Robert V. Riddell State Park is located off Exit 17 of I-88 near the City of Oneonta. The park consists of over 1,000 acres of agricultural fields, deciduous and coniferous forests. Schenevus Creek, a popular Class A trout stream that leads to the Susquehannah River, crosses the northern parcel of the park.  A great stop no matter the season: fishing, hiking and snowsheing/X-Country skiing are available here.

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General Information

  • State Highway 28, Oneonta, NY, 13820

  • Directions
  • (607) 432-2114

Season / Hours of Operation

Year-round

Amenities

  • Fishing,
  • Hiking/Biking Trails,
  • Cross Country Ski Trails,
  • Family Friendly,
  • Fishing,
  • Pet Friendly,
  • Rivers,
  • Year-round,
  • Winter,
  • Spring,
  • Summer,
  • Fall
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