Welcome to Confluence Park and the Chenango River Promenade in Downtown Binghamton! The park is located at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers and is part of the Two Rivers Greenway. The Greenway is an excellent local trail system for walkers, runners and cyclists, stretching from Binghamton through Vestal. Confluence Park is home to a beautiful “pollinator friendly” wildflower garden and ample benches, sitting areas and tables where you can enjoy the river views. The park is also a favorite spot for fishermen, offering an accessible pier and waterfront access. Nearby, you can walk or pedal across the South Washington Street Bridge – now exclusively a trailway and walkway – which features Binghamton’s famous Spanish American War monument, “The Skirmisher” (Robert Aitken, 1924). The views of the rivers and the rolling green hills of the Triple Cities region from the bridge and trails are absolutely stunning. It’s a perfect long walk with much to see.
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