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12 wonderful Upstate NY towns with less than 1,000 people

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Cool link, I have been through Downsville a lot, to get to my cabin near Caroga Lake.  Pretty interesting.

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15 minutes ago, Bionic said:

Cool link, I have been through Downsville a lot, to get to my cabin near Caroga Lake.  Pretty interesting.

Those are 2 of three I have been to  the other is Hancock 

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Cool post! I've been to Almond, Cassadaga, Inlet, Hancock and Wyoming for sure. Inlet has my favorite golf course

 

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7 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Cool post! I've been to Almond, Cassadaga, Inlet, Hancock and Wyoming for sure. Inlet has my favorite golf course

 

I've played that course a few times. It is very nice esp in the fall with the leaves changing. We used to go up there for a fish trip in Indian lake area at Kings flow ...which is pretty much God's bass fishing spot , it's amazing....then during middle of day we golfed in inlet.  The worst golf course I've ever been on is also up there in Indian lake a little 9 hole course.

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My family is originally from the Munnsville area. Dunno bout it being much of a town. Lol . Not much of nothing there. A little ok trout fishing and a legion and a convenient store. Course what else do you need...

There is a lot of hot air balloon outfits there for some reason though. Leland's pond is in the next town over and have fished that all my life and that's a great spot. 

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I've been to Bovina, Downsville and Hancock.  Personally, I find there is really nothing wonderful about any of them.  Quiet and great for outdoor activities, but not much going on in any of these towns.

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8 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Cool post! I've been to Almond, Cassadaga, Inlet, Hancock and Wyoming for sure. Inlet has my favorite golf course

 

The only round of golf I ever played was at the Inlet course..

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I've been to, or through quite a few of them.  Ghent is only 15 min from me.  Nice little village.  

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Ellicottville NY certainly qualifies as one of the less than 1000 during spring and summer, but during fall and winter, when the ski season gears up, it gets a little crowded....by the way, shouldn't the title be "villages" of less than 1000? sounds better.

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Pottersville...  no wonder, no one wants to live in one of those decrepit little shacks. ;) 


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Unless your Muslim then Hancock is your training ground.

I've been to Bovina, Downsville and Hancock.  Personally, I find there is really nothing wonderful about any of them.  Quiet and great for outdoor activities, but not much going on in any of these towns.


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Had a place in downsville for a long time..........  Unless your fishing there is nothing there...........  use to go to Roscoe to kill time..........

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