Introduction to Endwell, New York
Endwell was known as Hooper until 1921. The name was eventually changed to Endwell, however, as there were several other locations of the same name in New York. The community was named after the Endwell shoes produced by the Endicott Johnson Corporation. The area was first settled in by Europeans in 1782.
Endwell and nearby Attractions
- Roberson Museum and Science Center
- Ross Park Zoo
- Bement - Billings Farmstead
- Discovery Center of the Southern Tier
- Kirkwood Historical Society and Museum
- Chenango Valley State Park
Things To Do In Endwell
Highland Park is well known for its classic carousel. Golfers can enjoy a round at Endwell Greens, Ely Park Golf Course or at the Binghamton Country Club. The town also has several houses of worship.
Air transportation is available from the Greater Binghamton/ Edwin A. Link Field Airport.
Endwell Higher Education
Opportunities for higher education are offered by SUNY at Binghamton, Ithaca College and Broome Community College.