Schoharie County

Schoharie County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,749. The county seat is Schoharie.

A primarily rural county known for the fertile Schoharie Valley, it is also home to many state forests, including Burnt-Rossman State Forest.,_New_York

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New York State
Bates State Forest
Burnt-Rossman State Forest
Clapper Hollow State Forest
Cotton Hill State Forest
Dutch Settlement State Forest
Dutton Ridge State Forest
Franklinton Vlaie WMA
Gas Up
Gilboa, New York
Keyserkill State Forest
Leonard Hill State Forest
Lutheranville State Forest
Mallet Pond State Forest
Max V. Shaul State Park
Mine Kill State Park
Mount Pisgah State Forest
North Blenheim, New York
Patria State Forest
Plattekill State Forest
Schoharie Valley
Scott Patent State Forest
Stone Store State Forest
Vromans Nose

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Map: Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest

Map: Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest

The 10,588 acre Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest is the largest state forest in Schoharie County. This is a very popular state forest for hiking, camping and other outdoor activities.

A section of the aqua blazed, 350+ mile Long Path travels through the state forest. Along the Long Path is the Eminence Lean To, located about 0.5 miles east of Old Cemetery Road. The Long Path crosses Old Cemetery Road just south of an old cemetery.

There are several campsites along Betty Brook Road, and at Duck Pond on Burnt Hill Road.

Looking Glass Pond on Rossman Hill Road provides opportunities for fishing and boating on a small pond with fishing platforms maintained by the Fulton Fish and Game club.