Roam the
Empire State

Fall in love with New York all over again

Breathtaking views, quaint towns and adventure await. In partnership with the New York State Tourism Industry Association (NYSTIA), we’re showcasing unique places to stay and things to do across the state’s diverse regions. Whether you’re seeking new heights on hidden trails or looking to sit back and relax, New York is the perfect place for your next getaway. Pack your bags and get ready to Roam the Empire.

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Secret Ruin Hike Tour, Woodstock
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Waterfall Easy Hike
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Goatie Cuddle!

Seneca County

Located in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes Region, your unhurried adventure begins in Seneca County. Walk through history in the National Women's Rights Historical Park, enjoy one of the many local wineries (world famous for Riesling), and then kick back in the perfect lakeside retreat to unwind.

Seneca County

Located in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes Region, your unhurried adventure begins in Seneca County. Walk through history in the National Women's Rights Historical Park, enjoy one of the many local wineries (world famous for Riesling), and then kick back in the perfect lakeside retreat to unwind.

Steuben County

An idyllic place made of small towns where you can slow down, put your feet up, and catch your breath in your own tree-lined cottage. Explore world-class wines and award-winning brews, farm-fresh foods, renowned art, and locals who make you feel like you’ve finally found your way home.

Steuben County

An idyllic place made of small towns where you can slow down, put your feet up, and catch your breath in your own tree-lined cottage. Explore world-class wines and award-winning brews, farm-fresh foods, renowned art, and locals who make you feel like you’ve finally found your way home.

Sullivan Catskills

There is more all-season fun than a year has seasons. Popular attractions include Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and the Museum at Bethel Woods, Resorts World Catskills, Yo1 Health Resort, The Eldred Preserve, The Delaware River, our Good Taste Beverage Trail, the Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail, and more.

Sullivan Catskills

There is more all-season fun than a year has seasons. Popular attractions include Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and the Museum at Bethel Woods, Resorts World Catskills, Yo1 Health Resort, The Eldred Preserve, The Delaware River, our Good Taste Beverage Trail, the Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail, and more.

Wyoming County

Fresh air and rolling hills are the perfect destination for seasoned adventurers or families looking to enjoy the peace and serenity of nature in a timber-framed country cabin. Experience the outdoors through camping, paddling, hiking, hot air balloon rides and more.

Wyoming County

Fresh air and rolling hills are the perfect destination for seasoned adventurers or families looking to enjoy the peace and serenity of nature in a timber-framed country cabin. Experience the outdoors through camping, paddling, hiking, hot air balloon rides and more.

Dutchess County

Soak in the scenic landscapes of the Hudson River. Feel transported back in time at one of the many historic sites or excite your palate with world-class cuisine. It’s a destination meant for forging and sharing incredible memories. Book a cozy pad right by the Hudson and bring your sense of adventure to Dutchess County.

Dutchess County

Soak in the scenic landscapes of the Hudson River. Feel transported back in time at one of the many historic sites or excite your palate with world-class cuisine. It’s a destination meant for forging and sharing incredible memories. Book a cozy pad right by the Hudson and bring your sense of adventure to Dutchess County.

Hamilton County

In the heart of the Adirondacks, Hamilton County has attracted recreation enthusiasts and nature lovers for over a century. This region remains a historical gem, a sportsman’s paradise, and a vacation destination for its tranquil woods and small towns. With one million acres of undisturbed woods, majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, and pristine lakes, Hamilton County is big on outdoor experiences.

Hamilton County

In the heart of the Adirondacks, Hamilton County has attracted recreation enthusiasts and nature lovers for over a century. This region remains a historical gem, a sportsman’s paradise, and a vacation destination for its tranquil woods and small towns. With one million acres of undisturbed woods, majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, and pristine lakes, Hamilton County is big on outdoor experiences.

Central New York

Both Otsego and Schoharie Counties have a variety of attractions, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Cooperstown Beverage Trail, and more. In Cooperstown, you’ll find Otsego Lake and the mighty Susquehanna River that offer endless outdoor recreation and beautiful waterside homes.

Central New York

Both Otsego and Schoharie Counties have a variety of attractions, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Cooperstown Beverage Trail, and more. In Cooperstown, you’ll find Otsego Lake and the mighty Susquehanna River that offer endless outdoor recreation and beautiful waterside homes.
New York State Tourism Industry Association

Airbnb proudly supports NYSTIA and the Roam the Empire initiative to encourage safe, nearby travel across New York State. Visit their website to learn more.

New York State Tourism Industry Association

Airbnb proudly supports NYSTIA and the Roam the Empire initiative to encourage safe, nearby travel across New York State. Visit their website to learn more.

Let’s travel safely together

Stay healthy

We’ve established enhanced cleaning protocols, developed by experts, for both Stays and Experiences to help keep you safe on every trip.

Be a good neighbor

Treat your host’s space and neighborhood with respect – wear a mask, wash your hands, avoid large gatherings, and stay 6 feet apart whenever possible.

Travel responsibly

Prioritize your safety, and be aware of local COVID-19 rules and expectations. Don’t travel if you’ve been exposed to or have symptoms of COVID-19.