Attractions

There's lot's to do in the Town of Dickinson. Whether it be a leisurely walk in the many local parks or catching a movie at the cinema, you're sure to find something fun in our town.

 

Otsiningo Park

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. The Otsiningo PowWow takes place there every June.


Cutler Botanic Garden

Cutler Botanic Garden (3.5 acres) is a botanical garden located at 840 Front Street, Binghamton, New York. It is open daily in summers, without charge.

The garden was established by Miss Frances Cutler, who donated land to the Cornell University Cooperative Extension. In 1978 the idea began for a botanical garden, and the garden opened to the public in 1979.

Today the Garden is outdoor classroom for teaching horticulture and environmentalism, as well as a display garden for All-American Selections.