Town Of Camillus, New York
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Located in beautiful Central New York, the Town of Camillus is within easy access to a number of regional attractions.  You can click on the location name below to access additional information about each location.

The Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park
Home to over 1,000 animals, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo's mission is to conserve, exhibit and interpret a living animal collection in order to promote public recreation, understanding of the relationship between animals and people, and action to sustain the environment we share.

The Carpenters Brook Fish Hatchery
Located on picturesque countryside just west of Camillus, the Carpenter's Brook Fish Hatchery is one of only four county run hatcheries in the state and has been in continuous operation since its inception in 1938 and produces 70,000+ Trout annually.

The Empire Expo Center / New York State Fair
Empire Expo Center is a nonstop showcase of year round events, performances and expositions, including the Great New York State Fair.  Enjoy one of the many events hosted by one of the largest exhibit complexes in North America.

Onondaga County Parks
The official Onondaga County Parks website, providing information about area parks, picnic areas, beaches, recreational areas, historic sites, natural areas, and events

Parks & Trails New York
A guide to 90 multi-use trails in New York State.
 
I Love New York
The official New York State Tourism website, providing information on travel ideas, attractions, recreation, events, and accomodations for all regions of the state.

The Finger Lakes Region
The site of the Finger Lakes Tourism alliance.

The Thousand Islands Region
The Thousands Islands official travel guide with details on lodging, fishing, camping, marinas, boat tours, and attractions in the Thousands Islands region.

The Adirondacks Region
The official travel guide to the Adirondack Mountains.

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