Welcome to the Cayuga County Office of Tourism's Partners page. This section of our web site has been created to share some of the details about what we are doing to promote travel and tourism in Cayuga County and the Finger Lakes Region.   In addition, information on research and tourism facts and figures is available for your use.  We encourage the use of this information as a resource for developing your own marketing plans and as a tool to advocate for the importance of tourism in Cayuga County.

Annual Report

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism takes an opportunity every year to look back at our goals, objectives, programs and services. Our annual report creates a snapshot that summarizes the year and also provides data on the most recent tourism statistics and trends.


Sharing information with our tourism partners is key to our overall success.  Click on the link above to access the newsletter archive.

Marketing Programs

Each year and throughout the year, the Cayuga County Office of Tourism looks at consumer trends, demographic and psychographic information for our target market areas, and past marketing efforts to create a marketing plan for the upcoming year that is achievable within our budget.  To see the most current Marketing Plan click on the link above.


Sound marketing decisions are based on good research.  Click on the link above to see the 2015 Young Strategies, Inc. Travel Market Research Study for Cayuga County.

Looking for our previoius studies?  We have the Tourism Marketing Strategies report prepared by the Noonmark Group, 2014.  Additionally the 2011 Young Strategies Report or the 2007 Randall Travel Marketing, Inc Report are also available. 

Strategic Plan

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism strategically plans for the future of tourism in Cayuga County.  Click on the link above for the current plan.  Additionally, we still have the former Strategic Plan available for viewing. 

Tourism Facts & Figures

This link will take you to the most recent local tourism statistics including visitor spending data, tourism employment and tourism-generated taxes.