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Gloversville

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Gloversville is in the Adirondacks.

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Gloversville is a once-thriving leather manufacturing town of 23,000 in Upstate New York, at the southern end of the Adirondack Park.

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New York State Route 30A connects Gloversville with Interstate 90, also known as the NYS Thruway. NYS Route 29A also connects Gloversville with nearby Saratoga_Springs

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Downtown Gloversville is quite small and easily walkable. For exploring the surrounding area, which you will want to do if visiting Gloversville, you will want a car.

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Explore the area. There isn't much to do in the City proper, however, the nearby Adirondack Park offers a wide variety of hiking, skiing, and other outdoor recreational opportunities.

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