Like many of New York’s towns, Schoharie, New York gets its name from a Native American word. In this case, the name of the town translates to ‘driftwood.’ The town of Schoharie also has a Village of Schoharie, located at the northeast border of the town. The area was first settled in the early 18th century by German immigrants. Unfortunately, many of the town’s historic buildings were destroyed in the American Revolution.
A budget hotel in Schoharie, New York is a good choice if you want to do some sightseeing in Schoharie County. You can easily visit the neighboring towns of Blenheim, Broome, Cobleskill and Middleburgh, all of which were once a part of the town of Schoharie, and return to your cheap hotel in Schoharie that night. But if you start your sightseeing in Schoharie, see the Schoharie Creek and the Cobleskill Creek. These two creeks intersect in the northwest area of town, where you can find the lovely Old Central Bridge.
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