New York State Route 365
is a state route
Central New York
. The route runs from
Oneida to Ohio for , connecting NY 5 with NY 8. NY 365 spans the
Hinckley Reservoir in Hinckley, Herkimer
County, where a scenic roadside picnic area is operated by the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Oneida to Rome
begins at NY 5 in Oneida as State
It takes a northerly direction as it passes through
Oneida Castle. Eventually, it passes through NY 365A
enters the Town of
Verona, as it travels in a northeast direction.
shortly turns into a divided highway as it passes the Turning Stone
It shortly approaches the New York State Thruway
) at Exit 33. NY 365
continues as a divided highway and intersects with NY 31
From NY 31, NY 365 continues as a divided highway through the Town
of Verona. It eventually enters the Inner District of
the city of Rome.
365 then passes the Mohawk
, as it becomes a limited access highway.
From this point on, it is overlapped with several other state
rotues. It intersects with NY
, which it overlaps with as it travels east. NY 365/NY 26
forms an interchange with South James Street. Shortly after, NY 26
branches off onto Erie Blvd East, which is a multiplex of NY
. From this point eastward, NY
49 and NY 69 overlap with NY 365. NY 365 then approaches an
interchange with NY 233
which heads towards Westmoreland
. NY 69
leaves the overlap at this
interchange, forming an overlap with NY 233. NY 365/NY 49 continue
towards Rome, until NY 365 exits the limited access highway,
leaving NY 49, which travels to Utica.
NY 365 continues along East Dominick Street, and passes Shady Grove
Trail, which gives access to NY
. Eventually, NY 365 changes its road name to River Road.
continues northeast onto New Floyd Road, headed towards Floyd.
Rome to Barneveld
NY 365 passes through Floyd, and eventually intersects with
. Beyond this
intersection, NY 365 passes through the Village of
In Holland Patent, NY 365 intersects with
. NY 365 then enters
the Village of
Barneveld, where it intersects with NY 12/NY 28.
Barneveld to Ohio
continues to travel in a northeasterly direction as it enters the
village of Prospect.
In Prospect, NY 365 intersects with NY 920V
(An unsigned reference route that was formerly NY 28B
) NY 920V connects to NY
Beyond this point, NY 365 continues to travel in its northeastern
direction, as it follows the northern border of the Hinckley Reservoir
. NY 365 then ends at
NY 8 in the town of Ohio.
was assigned in the early 1930s to a previously unnumbered
alignment between Oneida and Barneveld by way of Rome.
also continued northeast into Adirondack
Park to Plattsburgh, overlapping
NY 28 from Barneveld through
Forestport to Blue Mountain Lake, NY 10 (now
NY 30) from Blue Mountain
Lake to Tupper
Lake, and NY 3
from Tupper Lake to Plattsburgh. The overlaps with NY
28, NY 10 and NY 3 were eliminated when NY 365 was truncated to
NY 12C west of Holland
Patent between 1946 and 1962.
NY 12C, which NY 365
overlapped between Holland Patent and Barneveld, remained
Originally, modern NY 365 between Barneveld
and NY 8 in Ohio was designated as New York State Route
287 in the 1930
The designation remained in place until
January 1, 1970, when it, as well as NY 12C from Holland Patent to
Barneveld, became part of an extended NY 365.
NY 365A ( ) is a spur connecting NY 365
to downtown Oneida.
route begins at NY 5
southwest of the city and intersects NY 46
in the center of Oneida before
ending at NY 365 east of the city.