Free Wi-Fi being offered at some New York state parks

Free Wi-Fi being offered at some New York state parks

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Several of New York's state parks are offering free Wi-Fi to its visitors.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi is now available to visitors at four parks: Niagara Falls, Jones Beach, Saratoga Spa and East River State Parks.

The four parks have more than 18 million visitors each years and account for 30 percent of all New York state park visits.

"By offering free Wi-Fi services at some of our most prominent outdoor locations, we can continue to attract more people to the great outdoors," Cuomo said.

To access the free Wi-Fi, visitors must enable Wi-Fi on their device, select "Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi," and accept the Wi-Fi's terms and conditions.

The governor said taxpayer money is not being used to install the equipment. It is part of a public-private partnership of the State Parks Office, Toyota, and American Park Network.

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