With miles of beauty and charm, the Finger Lakes region is a true fun-for-all destination! Families with children of all ages will get a kick out of making glass at the Corning Museum of Glass or spending the day at Roseland Water Park in Canandaigua. Adventure seekers will find opportunities to hike 16,212 acres in the Finger Lakes National Forest or explore dozens of public waterfalls, such as Grimes Glen in Naples.
"The Finger Lakes region is one of the most aesthetically pleasing vacation spots in New York. The area comes complete with plenty of opportunities for scenic hiking, wine touring, concert going, water sporting, golfing, biking, and good eating. If you are checking out this area for the first time, there are a few key places you should make sure visit to understand the hype of this pristine location. The name says it all - the Finger Lakes consists of a series of eleven lakes ...
"If you are looking for more of an adult-oriented vacation, try following the Finger Lakes Wine Trail. The Finger Lakes are a great area for wine making, and this wine trail offers the chance to see what this wine-savvy area is all about. The wine tour includes five wineries; Arbor Hill, Casa Larga, Eagle Crest, Hazlitt’s Red Cat Cellars, Heron Hill at Briston, Sonnenberg Finer Lakes Wine Center. Wine tour passports are also available to those who wish to experience the tour...