Editorial Contact: 2018 Cayuga County Travel Guide
Meg Vanek 
Executive Director
Cayuga County Office of Tourism 
131 Genesee Street 
Auburn, NY  13021
(315) 255-1658/800-499-9615
e-mail:  meg@tourcayuga.com

Cayuga County Office of Tourism

Releases 2018 Visitors Guide

Official Guide to County’s Attractions

The 2018 Official Visitor’s Guide to Cayuga County is now available at the Cayuga County Office of Tourism, 131 Genesee Street, Auburn.  This comprehensive guide offers year round information for visitors on things to do, places to stay, annual events and visitor services.

The Guide focuses on what visitors like most about Cayuga County - lakes, scenery, wineries, craft breweries and charming villages as well as activities such as dining and shopping.  Looking for a list of golf courses?  Day spas?  Hiking trails?  You’ll find information on all of these plus much, much more in the 2018 Official Visitors Guide to Cayuga County.

The guide also includes suggested itineraries such as “Water, Water, Everywhere” which highlights things to see and do in, on and around the waterways of Cayuga County.  The ‘Great Lakes Vacation’ itinerary features some of the fun things to do on the Great Lake Ontario such as picnicking at Fair Haven Beach State Park and watching the sunset while sipping local wine at the Pleasant Beach Hotel.

A sampling of annual events is listed in the guide with visitors being directed to the tourism web site, www.TourCayuga.com for more event information. From the Lake Ontario Spring Fishing Derby in May to Fireworks at Emerson Park on July 3rd to The Great Race in August, Cayuga County visitors can find something to do every month of the year.

The guide was designed by Coburn Design of Auburn.

The new Visitors Guide is available at the Cayuga County Office of Tourism, 131 Genesee Street.  The office is open Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00.  Stop in or call 800-499-9615 for your free copy.

About the Cayuga County Office of Tourism

The mission of the Cayuga County Office of Tourism is to promote, support, and increase tourism and thereby stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life of area residents.