Chabad at Cortland does not have a regular daily Minyan at this point.
Other area minyanim:
Ithaca: about 30 minutes west of Cortland Mainly college students, so operational only when Cornell is in session. 104 West Ave, Ithaca, NY 14850 Shacharis 7:40 am (usually) https://cornell.oujlic.org/minyan-times/
Syracuse: about 40 minutes north of Cortland Mostly working men, so minyan is early. Shaarei Torah of Syracuse (a Young Israel shul) 4313 E. Genesee Street, DeWitt, NY 13214 Shacharis 6:30 or 6:45 am https://www.stocsyracuse.org/services
Binghamton: about 50 minutes south of Cortland This information is for the campus minyan, but there is also a community minyan. Shacharis 7:30 am (about 45 minutes south of Syracuse - closer to NYC) has a daily minyan at 7:30 am. 420 Murray Hill Road, Binghamton, NY 13850 https://www.chabadofbinghamton.com/3040412
There are currently no kosher restaurants or stores in the area.
Limited kosher products are available in regular grocery stores, or in Trader Joes or Wegmans in Ithaca and Syracuse.
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Chabad at Cortland has a small unheated makeshift mens mikvah on premises.
In the area there are standard activities like bowling, go-karting, mini golf, boating, not crowded playgrounds etc. Greek Peak has many exciting attractions like alpine sliding and zipline. There are a large number of beautiful waterfalls in Ithaca, tons of area hikes, and a wonderful children's museum. 45 minutes away in Syracuse there is a great science museum and a large zoo.