The Schoharie County climate makes it a beautiful four-season destination.

Hunters, anglers, campers, hikers, paddlers, golfers and explorers all have unforgettable experiences waiting in Schoharie County, where beautiful scenery collides with natural wonder.

Hundreds of acres of hiking trails, gardens, habitats and stunning panoramic views are all at your disposal. Fishing, biking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and trailblazing of all sorts: This is what Schoharie outdoors – parks, campgrounds, caves and cliffs – were made for. If you’re a golfer, Schoharie County has links to suit your skill level whether you’re a pro or a force on the mini-golf course.

Temperatures may range from -20 degrees in winter months to 80 degrees throughout the summer, averaging 43 degrees year round. Precipitation totals approximately 36 inches of rainfall spring through autumn and 55 to 60 inches of snowfall each year.