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Camden

Camden is a town in Oneida County, New York, United States. The population was 4,934 at the 2010 census.

The town of Camden contains a village also called Camden. The town is in the northwest part of Oneida County and is northwest of the City of Rome.

The Camden school district is the second largest geographically in New York and includes not only the town of Camden itself, but also part or all of the towns of Annsville, Florence, Osceola, and Vienna.

Forest Park is located in Camden, New York off of Route 13. The park starts at Ripley Drive and continues to complete a 1.75 mile lap. Emmons Brook and Cob Brook run through the park. The park is closed to everyone except skiers during the winter due to the paths being stocked with snow. Forest Park also contains an apartment building and a cemetery. Most of Camden’s residents visit the park during the spring and summer months. The park is an area for many leisure activities “this 117 acre park is known for its miles of paved roads for walking, jogging, and biking”. The park is also home to summer picnics, family reunions and is also a hot spot for photographers. Many graduation parties and church events are held at the park as well.