Introduction to Endicott, New York
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.