1 Otsiningo Park
Binghamton, New York

Otsiningo Park

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Built by the New York State Department of Transportation and leased, improved and maintained by Broome County Parks Department, Otsiningo provides a refreshing interlude close to the urban core. Bicycle and pedestrian paths are combined with picnic areas and athletic fields on a unique area of wooded riverbank.

Otsiningo got its name from the Indians who once lived there. It was the site of an Indian village in the 18th century.


* Tables and grills
* Water taps and fountains
* Paved walking path
* Playfield
* Softball field
* Soccer fields
* Fitness trail
* Sand volleyball courts (4)
* Bocce court
* Restrooms
* Children's play structures
* Community gardens
* One picnic shelter, 100 person capacity, available by reservation (call 607.778.2193).

Otsiningo Park also includes a Self-Guided Trail with a Trail Guide available for download. The Ostiningo
Community Gardener's association offers a rental garden plot program to the public. For more information, call 607.771.6460.



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