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Make the Finger Lakes region of New York State your next getaway destination, and you won’t be disappointed. No other region has such an abundance of natural beauty and amazing..
Located in the southeastern corner of the region, where the snow comes early and stays late, Greek Peak Mountain Resort has been creating family memories for over 50 years. The newest..
Set on a picturesque farm overlooking Cayuga Lake in Aurora, visitors can tour the restored Victorian Farm House and see the beautiful hand-decorated ceramics and home furnishings produced..
Imagine a place where world-renowned chefs and winemakers come together to share their secrets and latest creations. This is Canandaigua’s New York Wine and Culinary Center, providing..
Embraced by Seneca and Cayuga lakes, Seneca County is at the very heart of the picturesque Finger Lakes Region. Overlooking both lakes are acres of vineyards, used in the creation of..
Taughannock Falls, from which the state park takes its name, is one of the outstanding natural attractions of the Northeast. Exciting to view in any season, the 65m (215 foot) waterfall..
Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous park in the region, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound. Within 3.2km (2 miles), the glen’s stream descends 120m (400 feet) past..
The Windmill Farm & Craft Market has been a huge draw for over 20 years with over 200 vendors and craftsmen housed in multiple buildings, a street of shops, and an open-air market..
Auburn, a city rich in culture and history, lies at the junction of NYS Routes 5 & US Route 20, south of NYS Thruway (I-90) Interchange 40 on NYS Route 34.
The recreational facilities of..
Bath, founded in 1793 and the first planned community in Western New York, located at Exits 38 & 39 off Rt.17/I-86 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
You’ll find plenty of things to do in Cayuga County, from spending the day touring wineries to relaxing on the beach, to visiting our historic attractions to learn about the culture and..
Dansville, established in 1795, is rich in history & natural beauty. There is pride in the village as it can claim the 1st Chapter of the American Red Cross, started in 1881 by Clara..
Although the Finger Lakes region is known primarily for its natural beauty, it is also home to the famous manmade wonder - Erie Canal. The historic Erie Canal was opened in 1825 and served..
Often called the heart of the Finger Lakes Region, Ontario County encompasses five (Canandaigua, Canadice, Honeoye, Seneca and Hemlock) of the 11 Finger Lakes and the state's only official..
Palmyra, where State Routes 31 and 21 converge, is an Erie Canal town. The annual Canaltown Days celebration in September, emphasizes the town’s 1800s historic connection to canal life...
Penn Yan on the north end of Keuka Lake was named for its early Pennsylvania and Yankee settlers. Recognized by "The 100 Best Small Towns In America" and "The Nationwide Guide to The Best..
If you’re a race enthusiast, or a fan of adrenaline rushes, then you’ve heard of Watkins Glen. Whether here to check out a NASCAR Race, or to feel the rich history from America’s..
Skaneateles, known as the "eastern gateway to the Finger Lakes" is on Skaneateles Lake, one of the most beautiful and cleanest bodies of water in the world. Located on Rt.20, Skaneateles is..
Welcome to Corning and Steuben County, a New York destination rich in culture and art, scenic beauty, world-class wineries and family fun. From the art, science and history of glass at..
Ithaca was planned by Simeon DeWitt, the State Surveyor General, and it was named by him in 1804 because of its location within the Town of Ulysses -- the ancient Greek whose home was on..
Waterloo is recognized as the birthplace of Memorial Day by Congressional action and Presidential Proclamation. Waterloo held the first complete community-wide observance of Memorial Day on..
Yates County is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes and offers a unique blend of water, wine, and wilderness, ideal for family fun or just escaping from it all. The county has..
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