A few of our favorite things on the Hudson, Erie and Oswego canals. Westchester, Lyndhurst Manor and the Hudson River Museum Croton on Hudson, Half Moon Bay Marina. Phillipsburg Manor , Van Cortlandt Manor and Kykuit. Dinner at Ocean House. Hyde Park, Culinary Institute of America, Vanderbilt Mansion Beautiful parks along the way, Saugerties Lighthouse. Connelly, Rondout Yacht Basin. Hudson River Maritime Museum. Rondout Lighthouse. Troy, Iron Museum and Historical Society Waterford, Waterford Harbor Visitor Center. Peebles Island State Park, Explored all around in RIB (several islands), Boho Chic Boutique (It was actually very interesting and local artists work). Rexford, Schenectady Yacht Club. Dined and played tennis at the club. St. Johnsville, St. Johnsville Municipal Marina. We went from there to Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame, to the Farmers Museum, to Howe Caverns (including boat tour) and had dinner at Beardslee Castle. Utica, Utica Marina. Adirondack Railroad, Arts Institute, Dinner at Aqua Vino. Sylvan Beach, Mariners Landing. Boating and Fishing on Lake Oneida. The amusement park wasn't open yet. Dinner at Cinderella's. Also Dinner at Canal View. Plus fresh fish on the boat. Brewerton, Ess-Kay Boat Yard. Drove to the Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse. Oswego, Oswego International Marina (sounds like it should be an airport). Maritime Museum. Fort Ontario. Safe Haven Museum. Railroad Museum. Richardson Bates House Museum. Lakeside Artisans Cooperative. Also got a car and just drove down the canal road and back. Lunch at Red Brick Pub in Fulton. Now, it would be easy to do the same route and make all different stops and see different things. More than we could possibly fit in. Also, a bit cold. We had one below freezing night along the way and 40 degrees in Oswego plus Lake Ontario was 6-10' one day and then 5-8', but we waited for 2'.