Max V. Shaul State Park
Originally named Toepath Mountain Picnic Area and Campsite, it opened on May 28, 1959.
The State Park features a softball field, a playground, fishing (at Panther Creek), picnic grounds, and cooking and camping sites. Winter visitors can cross-country ski. The park is located in the scenic Schoharie Valley between Breakabeen and Fultonham New York. The state park is within sight of Vroman's Nose. Campers at Max V. Shaul State Park enjoy free access to nearby Mine Kill State Park during their stay.
The southern entrance of Old Route 30 is at Max V. Shaul State Park.
- Lawyer, Catharine D. (July 1997). "C.C.C. Camp". A Brief History of the Town of Fulton, Schoharie County, New York State, 1828-1959. Cover by Ruth McGiver. Richmondville, NY: Richmondville Phoenix. Retrieved 2008-10-02.