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What's Happening this weekend!

Thursday, September 17, 2020 4:00 PM by Claire Dunlap

Happening this week 9/17-9/20

Okay you guys! There is so much happening this weekend, so many opportunities to get out and #SupportCayuga and exlpore your backyard, safely! The newest addition to the events is the Architecture of Change Walking Tours hosted in partnership by Seward House Museum, NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center, Cayuga Museum of History & Art & Case Research Lab and Harriet Tubman

2-Day Motorcycle Touring in the Finger Lakes

Saturday, August 29, 2020 1:00 PM by Claire Dunlap

Cruise your way around Cayuga County

Cayuga County has some of the most the beautiful scenery in New York, as we enter the tail end of summer and into autumn that scenery comes alive again with vibrant gold, orange, and red foliage. What is better than riding your bike at the perfect temperature through sloping country roads breathing in crisp air through your helmet. Follow this trip itinerary

Discover the fishing charters and guides of Cayuga County

With eight lakes, plus numerous streams, ponds and tributaries, Cayuga County has some of the best boating and fishing in New York State. Fishing charters, marinas, and boat rentals are all available to help you explore the multitude of water-based activities that make us famous. Enjoy scenic vistas, warm breezes, and water adventures for

Best Finger Lakes for a Guys Fishing Getaway

Every year, thousands of fishermen flock to the Finger Lakes, a region of sprawling, breathtaking lakes in New York. Surrounded by campgrounds, wineries, breweries, and great eats, the Finger Lakes region holds a variety of species, from bass and pike to trout and panfish, and offers the ultimate destination for a guys-only fishing getaway. Here, the

What's Open in Cayuga County

Monday, August 17, 2020 1:00 PM by Claire Dunlap

New (re)Openings In Cayuga County

There is a lot of information out there about new restrictions and guidelines and places to go or not to go. We are here to help give clarity and an up to date version and list of what’s open and how they are operating.

All of New York is in phase 4 now, but we still need to be cautious and respectful of how we move around and operate. A friendly reminder to

The Spirit of Travel Soars in Cayuga County

Monday, May 4, 2020 11:00 AM by Staff

Cayuga County Celebrates with “The Spirit of Travel,” part of National Travel and Tourism Week

Even though we cannot travel at this time the Cayuga County Office of Tourism is celebrating National Travel and Tourism Week by wearing red and answering an important question, "What Does the Spirit of Travel Mean To You?" We were lucky to get wonderful feedback from tourism partners and our staff!

The Big Six Picnic & Cayuga Country Fair

Thursday, July 18, 2019 1:00 PM by Susan Marteney

Agriculture is alive and well in the Finger Lakes and if you don’t believe it, you better come on down to The Big 6 Picnic & Cayuga Country Fair. If you think you remember what the county fair was like in your home town and hanker to relive that memory, this is not to be missed! This all started back in the 1940’s and has been revived over the past three years and gets bigger and better each year.

Summer Road Trip to NYS Finger Lakes Region

Monday, July 30, 2018 6:00 PM by Meg Vanek

There is nothing more American than hitting the open road with the windows down, the music up and a cooler full of snacks in the backseat for a road trip adventure with family or friends. You may not need a map anymore with the advent of GPS, but you still need some direction when figuring out where to go. Look no further. New York’s Finger Lakes Region is arguably one of the best road trips in

Start Planning Your Finger Lakes Summer Vacation

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 4:00 PM by Meg Vanek

The Finger Lakes stretch like narrow north–south slashes across western central New York. Their names evoke the tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy that dominated this area for more than two centuries. From east to west, the lakes are Otisco, Skaneateles, Owasco, Cayuga, Seneca, Keuka, Canandaigua, Honeoye, Canadice, Hemlock, and Conesus.

Iroquois legend has it that the Finger Lakes were formed

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