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Situated in Northeastern United States, the State of New York is home to diverse landscapes, cultures and cities. In the northern region, enjoy the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains; in Western New York visit the cities of Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Rochester; in Central New York enjoy the activities around the Finger Lakes; in the mid-east visit the capital city of Albay and the leisure-oriented Catskill Mountains; in the south experience the world-class museums and nightlife of New York City, and the beaches of Long Island.

New York City is a world icon. Superb architecture, the world\'s greatest theatre district, some of the most renowned galleries and museums anywhere, eclectic neighborhoods, cultural events and fantastic restaurants - New York City has it all. It would take a lifetime to experience everything New York offers, but for a good, general introduction, be sure to visit the observation tower at the top of the Empire State Building, take in a performance at Lincoln Center, browse the Guggenheim Museum and see the United Nations Building. Take a trip out to see the Statue of Liberty and don\'t miss historic Ellis Island.

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Welcome to Camp Chautauqua. It is our goal to pride you with the finest camping experience possible. Whether you’re here to boat, fish, golf or just relax, we believe this is the place for you! We have all your modern conveniences from wireless internet to 50 amp power, as well as offering lakefront access to enjoy beautiful Chautauqua Lake. We have campsites available to accommodate everyone’s needs whether they want grass, shade or a level cement pad. Our staff is friendly and helpful as they assist you with any special needs you may have. Whatever brings you to the area, we are sure that Camp Chautauqua is just the place for you and we look forward to having you stay with us. For recreation, you may choose hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, sailing, water-skiing, swimming, hiking, or golf. In winter there is cross-country skiing as well as alpine skiing at nearby resorts. The world-famous Chautauqua Institution is only minutes away from Camp Chautauqua. There you have the opportunity to listen to operas, concerts and catch a performance by a leading entertainer. This cultural center features renowned speakers with challenging messages and entertaining dialogues. There's a full nine weeks of special programs for your edification and pleasure. While traveling around Chautauqua County you will find fresh vegetables and fruits at roadside stands when in summer, some places you can even pick your own. If you're too tired to cook while at Camp Chautauqua, you can stop in at our kitchen. Friendly staff and excellent food will surely satisfy any appetite. Here, one can always get a cup of coffee or a snack. Breakfast and lunch are served during the summer season on weekends and holidays. If you desire to dine out of camp, the surrounding area boasts various dining opportunities for you to enjoy. Use the links to the right to find out more information about our area.

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