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apergis
September 06 2015
They say you will have to pay to park on campus but it IS waived for prospective families...just ask for waiver at the booths. [View Full Report]
FLbeaches
August 21 2013
Just aim for the parking garages in Ithaca, street parking not the best. [View Full Report]
cspan37421
July 12 2012
Covered parking is offered if you stop at the gate (Hoy Rd?) to get a map and hanging pass. That's one of the best perks of the tour. [View Full Report]
Smithview
August 09 2011
We flew into Ithaca and found it cheaper than flying to a larger city and driving. Rental car was very easy. [View Full Report]
ella7879
June 30 2011
Parking on campus is very difficult, but if you park where they tell you for the information session (Crescent Lot for me), you can walk to basically anywhere. [View Full Report]
swissmiss3
February 28 2009
Check out a shop where custom coffee mugs are made. Store is on the pedestrian-only section. Owner's GREAT and makes mugs for other colleges, not just Cornell. [View Full Report]
2-iron
May 28 2008
Lots of wineries in the area and some great scenery. Corning glassworks is in the area, too. Beware construction traffic in Poconos if coming from south. [View Full Report]
iluvcolumbia
April 05 2008
parking right on campus. just say you're there for a info session [View Full Report]
Igglesfan
August 22 2007
No matter where you park, you'll be walking around a lot. [View Full Report]
GymnasticsMom
June 27 2007
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seuferk
April 15 2007
Parking-i have no idea. The airport was really easy to use (like 6 gates), and we used a taxi to get to the campus and to mom's b&b. I didn't see college town, but I have heard that you [View Full Report]
posterX
September 10 2006
While not fully open for the entire year, there are a few wonderful local parks - Robert H. Treman, Buttermilk Falls, and Taughahannock offer good hiking opportunities along deep "gorges". Unfortunately they aren't really that close to the [View Full Report]
NishtDawg
August 26 2006
Free parking! Whoohoo. And, my dad parked in an illegal spot and managed not to get a ticket- basically because the Cornell police aren't anal. [View Full Report]
KryptoniteMan
August 10 2006
If possible, try to travel by bus (i used Shortline bus from NYC to Cornell). Parking is very limited at Cornell. [View Full Report]
ReninDetroit
August 08 2006
Parking is a bit of a nightmare. Arrive at the info session at least 20 minutes before it's scheduled to start. And, roads are frequently closed on their campus due to ice. [View Full Report]
imkonadian88
August 04 2006
lots of buses going around campus...most don't have cars..but the students either walk/bike around campus. [View Full Report]