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The Lebanon State Forest, also known as Madison 7, is 779 acres located on the border of Madison and Chenango counties between the villages of Earlville and Georgetown. The forest is situated on ridges and varying terrain to an elevation of 2000 feet between Bisby and Reynolds Hill/Davis Roads. The newest addition to the forest on the eastern boundary has a waterfall of about eight feet. The area is used by deer and turkey hunters. There are two parking areas on Bisby Road, and two parking areas on Carncross Road. Bisby is a plowed road, and Carncross is plowed from Chenango County to the south line of the forest.