Introduction to Endicott, New York
Endicott, New York, in Broome county, is 51 miles NW of Scranton, Pennsylvania and 135 miles NW of Newark, New Jersey. The village is part of the Binghamton metropolitan statistical area. About 13,038 people live in Endicott.
Endicott was formed when the Villages of Union and Endicott were merged in 1921. The area was named after Henry Endicott, a partner of the Endicott - Johnson Shoe Company.
Endicott and nearby Attractions
- Roberson Museum and Science Center
- Glendale Park
- Ross Park Zoo
- Chenango Valley State Park
- Kirkwood Historical Society and Museum
- Salt Spring State Park
Things To Do In Endicott
While staying in Endicott, you can visit Mercereau Park, Roundtop Park, En-Joie Park, Grippen Park, George W Johnson Memorial Park or Glendale Park. The Game-It! Family Fun Center at Harrison Avenue is also popular among locals, especially children. Golfers can play a round at the Ely Park Golf Course. The Ross Park Zoo is also nearby.
Air transportation is available from Greater Binghamton/ Edwin A. Link Field Airport.
Endicott Higher Education
Higher educational facilities are provided by SUNY at Binghamton, Ithaca College, Broome Community College, and Marywood University.