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Finger Lakes

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Reviewed 20 May 2015

Had some days to enjoy the Finger Lakes. We concentrated on the Seneka wine trail. So many wineries, take your time and don't rush to try too many wineries, after 4, it all just tastes the same. We do 2 in the morning then have...More

1  Thank 1cinbin18
Reviewed 22 February 2015

City malls and outlets, lakes and waterfalls, trails, camps and of course wineries. The area is has much to offer, just check online for cherry or peach peaking, canyons and waterfalls. There's a former marine training facility museum, Cornell U campus, smaller attractions of all...More

2  Thank Seldom_guest
Reviewed 21 February 2015

Geographically the Finger Lakes Region of NY extends (roughly) between Rochester on the west to Syracuse on the east, a distance of 75 miles and to the Pa. border on the south. A Finger Lake must be glacially formed and empty to the north. The...More

3  Thank farmhand2014
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Stayed in Geneva which is a great location for enjoying the finger lakes. Wineries on the East side are fabulous. I did not like the wineries in Keuka Lake.....too sweet!

3  Thank MommyInVacationMode
Reviewed 31 October 2014

With a draw- card name like Naples valley , we were sold. Walking around the village of Naples in this region of NY, we were amazed at the fondness for grapes and the colour of purple. Check this out.... here, the fire hydrants are painted...More

1  Thank Eli B
Reviewed 16 October 2014

Look out world,here it comes! This area is realitivily unkown in the U.S.A.as a major tourist attraction.But,we-that reside in the area are ready to untap that secret.This area is a natural beauty.Come and see the region and see it-year round-for yourself.

1  Thank Herbert S
Reviewed 15 October 2014

Visiting the Finger Lakes is always a treat, especially when the fall colours are out. The scenery is lovely, Watkins Glen is interesting and beautiful and it's fun to visit wineries. The restaurants in the area have improved in the past few years and we...More

Thank Stephanie R
Reviewed 23 September 2014

What an absolutely beautiful place to visit if you enjoy wine go on the wine tours to the winery s matter of five minutes apart absolutely beautiful the lakes are absolutely gorgeous.

1  Thank Suzanne G
Reviewed 16 September 2014

We visited for a September wedding and although it was cool, the leaves were just beginning to change and the rain and fog over Seneca Lake were gorgeous. A great escape from the heat of the summer and loved the wineries and breweries nearby. A...More

2  Thank Katehallrva
Reviewed 23 August 2014

We visited the finger lakes region of New York for 4 days. Initially, I thought this might be a bit too much time, but found I was wrong. There is definitely a lot to do. Besides being beautiful countryside, there are antique shops, wineries, distilleries,...More

7  Thank Kathy M
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