The beautiful Finger Lakes Region is a scenic destination all year round – spring, summer, fall and WINTER - inside or out!

Finger Lakes winters are made for outdoor fun!

Our  trails that are usually used for cross country skiing, snow shoeing and more are still a great way to enjoy the outdoors, there is something for everyone!

Ice Fish on the fish-filled frozen Finger Lakes.  We might have to wait a while for this one but keep in mind that there are some great locations once the ice is thick enough!

Take a Hibercation!  The luxurious Inns of Aurora overlooking Cayuga Lake offer many outdoor adventure opportunities! 

Sign up for the Brave Women FLX 100K Virtual Challenge! Grab a friend or family member at a safe distance or over the phone and get in your steps together!

Snowshoe Hike at the Sterling Nature Center

Sterling Nature Center! Go for a hike to explore the fields and forests of the nature center in search of insects, birds, mammals and other active wildlife. The grounds are free and open to the public; just remember to dress for the weather by Lake Ontario. 

Indoor Fun 

If it’s a little chilly outside for you, we have plenty of options for indoor fun and relaxation! Christmas at MacKenzie Childs in Aurora NY

MacKenzie-Childs in Aurora is a not to be missed shopping opportunity.  Their hand crafted ceramics and home furnishings are alive with individuality!  Want a hands on experience? 

You will find world-class art at the Schweinfurth Art Center.  Safely enjoy the creativity and innovation of New York artists.  Arts and culture abound in the Finger Lakes! 

Take in some history with virtual exhibits and events with places like the Seward House Museum, Cayuga Museum of History & Art or The Rev Theatre!

Cozy up by a fire or with a cup of your favorite hot beverage and read a book about Cayuga County, shop at the Hardware Cafe & General Store!

Prison City Pub and Brewery

The Finger Lakes Region is no longer just about wine, we are also producing some of the best quality brews in the country.  Winter is a great time to get up close and personal with the folks that make these award-winning beverages.