Otsiningo Park is a 1.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Binghamton, New York that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
This is one of my daily walking choices. The park is well maintained, including the walking paths and bathrooms. There is a plethora of geese that inhabit the park, do care with stepping is a must. Nice playground for kids too.
This is a very nice park for walking and bicycling. The older part of the trails were recently repaved and widened in select areas. The grounds and trails are well maintained and are patrolled by Broome County Security. Be aware that parking can become limited on the north end on weekends, especially when there are intramural events
I think this is a nice park for a walk, it is not "disgusting" as another comment says. Apparently some people don't realize that wildlife live in the outdoors.
Fine for a walk if you have half an hour to spare, and are in the area. Maintained well, nice river view.
Goose infested and disgusting. Go to Wolfe Park, Chenango Valley State Park or our favorite, Jones Park for the Binghamton area. Skip Otsiningo altogether for hiking.