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Central New York - Region 7

Map of Region 7 counties

Most properties on this page are managed by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC); a few are managed by the State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP). DEC manages forests, multiple use areas, unique areas and wildlife management areas. OPRHP manages parks. Click on each link for details on the recreational opportunities available for each site.

  • State Lands in Central New York (PDF) is a printable pamphlet that explains the purpose and role of state forests in the central New York/Region 7 area, and highlights some of the important resources available in our forests.
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Learn more about accessible recreation on DEC lands.

Facilities in the list below include State Parks which are managed by the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation (OPRHP). Click on each link for details on the recreational opportunities available for each site.

Broome County

Cayuga County

Chenango County

Cortland County

Madison County

Onondaga County

Oswego County

Tioga County

Tompkins County

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More about Central New York - Region 7:

  • Broome County Map - Map of Broome County showing State owned lands.
  • Cayuga County Map - Map of Cayuga County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Chenango County Map - Map of Chengo County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Cortland County Map - Map of Cortland County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Madison County Map - Map of Madison County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Onondaga County Map - Map of Onondaga County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Oswego County Map - Map of Oswego County showing state owned lands open to public recreation
  • Tioga County Map - Map of Tioga County showing state owned lands open for public recreation
  • Tompkins County Map - Map of state owned recreation lands open to the public