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Otsiningo Park, Binghamton

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Otsiningo Park, operated by Broome County Department of Parks & Recreation, provides a refreshing interlude close to the Greater Binghamton urban core. Paved walking/bicycle paths wind around picnic areas, athletic fields, and playgrounds, on a wooded riverbank. Picnic shelters are available by reservation (call 607-778-2193). Admission to the park is free. The park is open 8:00am - dusk, year-round.
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  • A favorite home-town park. One of the nicest in the area, went there for the Spiedie Fest every year...loved the balloon launches and local food !  more »
  • Otsiningo Park is a very nice park for the whole family. They have a great walk way for walkers and runners, also you can ride a bike. They have soccer and baseball fields along with a kid mini park.  more »

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