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Betty & Wilbur Davis State Park

Perched atop a hill in Southern Otsego County, Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park provides spectacular views to the south and west. Nearly two thirds of the park is blanketed by a forest of hardwoods intermixed with smaller areas of conifer plantation. The remainder of this 229-acre property is occupied by gently rolling meadowlands and two ponds.  It is a favorite among birdwatchers and other nature lovers.

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On-site facilities include:

  • 6 fully furnished cabins with linens and a fully equipped kitchen.  Available year-round, seasonal rates apply Reserve Now.  
  • Sunset Pavilion with bathroom building
  • playground
  • extensive network of hiking trails 
  • 2 catch and release ponds

Special Activities/Private Parties require a Special Use Permit that is obtained through the Park Office (607) 547 - 8662.

 Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobile trails that connect to the state corridor trail system. 

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General Information

  • 133 Davis Road, Worcester, NY, 12197

  • Directions
  • (607) 547-8662

Season / Hours of Operation

Year-round: Call for seasonal details.

Amenities

  • Fishing,
  • Cabins, Lodges or Tiny Homes,
  • Pavilion or Picnic Area,
  • Hiking/Biking Trails,
  • Family Fun,
  • Reservations Required,
  • Handicap-Accessible,
  • Cross Country Ski Trails,
  • Playground,
  • Picnic Tables,
  • Pond,
  • Snowmobiling,
  • Year-round
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