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2020 Town of Boonville, Oneida County, NY

13149 State Route 12
Boonville, NY 13309

Phone: (315) 943-2062

Fax: (315) 942-6937
43°28'32.0"N 75°18'56.5"W

Things to do

Boonville Black River Canal Museum

Address: 520 Main St, Boonville, NY                 13309

Phone:    315-942-6763

(Credit www.blackrivercanalmuseum.com for image and information)

The Black River Canal Museum is located on the site formerly housing Titus Power Iron Works.  The museum seeks to remind of the importance of the canal to the area and features several exhibits.

Boonville Bowl

Address: 200 Post St.
                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-4395

Boonville’s own Boonville Bowl features automatic score machines, arcade games, a full service kitchen and bar, bumper bowling, birthday specials, cosmic bowling and league bowling!

Boonville Cemetery

Address: Cemetery Rd. (off Moose                   River Rd).
                Boonville, NY 13309

Tour the lower section of the cemetery to spot gravestones dating back to the 1800's, including the site of Colonel Charles Wheelock (Civil War) or check out the top of the cemetery to appreciate the serenity of the area.

Boonville Oneida-County Fair

Address: 222 Schuyler St.
                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-2251

Website: www.boonvillefair.com

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Since 1888, the Boonville-Oneida County Fair has been operating at the current location between Schuyler St. and Route 294 and has featured great events including truck and tractor pulls, Livestock challengers, the Demolition Derby and great booths from local businesses, fun fair rides and great fair food!

Boonville Farmers' Market

Address: Erwin Park
                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-5112
(Credit Boonville Farmers' Market Facebook Group Page for image and information)

Check out produce and goods from local vendors at the Farmers' Market from June 15th until October.

Boonville Youth Athletic Association (BYAA)

Address: 220 Line Drive
                Boonville, NY 13309

Catch a Little League, scholastic baseball or softball or our own collegiate baseball team – the “Adirondack Trailblazers”!

Black River Canal Trails 

Address: 520 Main St.
                Boonville, NY 13309

Enjoy hiking, biking or skiing from the Canal Museum to Pixley Falls via the Black River Canal Trail and BREIA trails, or start at the covered bridge near Erwin park and hike, bike or snowmobile (or kayak) the Black River Feeder Canal Trail to Forestport.  Be sure to check out the Whipple Bridge on the Black River Canal Trail (between Canal Museum and Tops Plaza).

Black River Environmental Improvement Association (BREIA)

Address: 8886 Domser Rd
                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-2299

Website: http://www.breiax-countryski.org/
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The Black River Environmental Improvement Association (BREIA) features over 50 km of skiing, hiking and biking trails located on Egypt Rd, the Canal trails and Jackson Hill trails.  Snowshoe and ski rentals are available via Boonville Search and Rescue located at the far right of Tops Plaza (13209 State Route 12) where Canal trail is accessed. 

Black River Outdoor Education Program (BROEP)

Address: 8886 Domser Rd.

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-2299

Website: â€‹www.blackriveroep.org

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The Black River Outdoor Education Program works to establish an understanding of our ecosystem by providing students with lessons in geology, ecology, biology and history while engaging in various outdoor aerobic activities.  Activities include kayaking, biking, hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Dodge Pratt Northam Art and Community Center

Address: 106 Schuyler St.

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-5133

Website: â€‹www.dpnboonville.org/

(Credit dpnboonville.org for images and information).

Take a free tour of the historical Dodge Pratt Northam Art and Community Center (hours listed on website) to view exhibits and check out the gift shop.  Originally built in 1875 by Clark Dodge and designed by architect Azel J. Lathrop of Utica, the house was repurposed in 1974 as an art and community center and is on the National Register of Historic Homes.  

Erwin Library and Institute

Address: 104 Schuyler St.

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-4834

Website: â€‹www.midyorklib.org/boonville/

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The Erwin Library and Institute has uninterruptedly served Boonville and surrounding areas since its foundation in 1885 made possible with a monetary contribution from C.B. Erwin.  Get your library card and check out a new book, DVD or magazine, use one of the computers or log on to the public WiFi or check out pre-school story hour for younger readers.

Erwin Park

Address: NYS Rt. 12 (between Main. St and Schuyler St. intersections)

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-943-2061 ext 1200

(Credit Village of Boonville for images and information).

This 1.5-acre facility features two playground areas (one on north end near pool, a larger area on south end), basketball and tennis courts, and a large field in between that is used for AYSO soccer and softball games in summer months.  The Erwin Park is connected to the Black River Feeder Canal trail via the covered bridge.

Mercer's Dairy

Address: 13584 State Route 12

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-2998

Website: www.mercersdairy.com

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An Adirondack tradition for over 60 years. Creators of world-famous Wine Ice Cream, available in 10 flavors, along with 30+ flavors of traditional ice creams along with fresh soft serve.  All ice creams made on premises. Come have your picture taken at the home of the BIG red ADK chair.

NYS Woodsmen's Field Days Inc.

Address: 222 Schuyler St.

                Boonville, NY 13309
PO Box 123 / Main St (Office)

Phone:    315-942-4593

Website: www.starwebhosting.net/woodsmen/

(Credit NYS Woodsmen's Field Days Inc. for images and information).

The NYS Woodsmen’s Field Days are held on the third weekend of August at the Boonville-Oneida County fairgrounds.  Originally founded in 1948 by Frank Reed, the Field Days have become one of the largest lumberjack contests in the United States.  Contestants travel from as far as Canada, Australia and New Zealand to compete.  Check out all of the displays and memorabilia.

Pixley Falls State Park

Address: 11430 State Route 46
                 Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-337-4670

Website: www.parks.ny.gov/parks/32/maps.aspx

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Pixley Falls State Park's main attraction is the 50-foot waterfall, close to the picnic area. This picturesque park also features steep, wooded hills and a mountain stream. A nature trail meanders through the forest and past Pixley Falls. The park has access to numerous miles of trout streams.

Veteran Memorial (Top of Cemetery Hill)

Address: Off Moose River Rd, top of Cemetery Hill.


Drive or walk to the top of the hill and check out the Veteran Memorial and the view of downtown Boonville.

Woodgate Pines Golf Course

Address: 2965 Hayes Rd. West

                Boonville, NY 13309

Phone:    315-942-5442

Website: www.woodgatepines.com

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Find your new favorite golf partner in Boonville, New York. Woodgate Pines Golf Club boasts 18 holes of scenic golf, a full service golf shop and club repair workshop with a PGA Professional on site, and the comfort of a cozy bar and grille. It is a rich blend of Adirondack charm and hospitality, exceptional conditioning, and natural beauty with an unparalleled price value.