Lake Ontario Wine Trail … Be Prepared to Be Amazed

From boutique wineries and craft distilleries, to charming B&Bs, cultural restaurants, abundant New York farms and farm markets, unique shops, dream-inspiring coastal landscapes and sites, the Lake Ontario Wine Trail is an adventure.

The Trail stretches along Lake Ontario, between Rochester and Syracuse NY. Our farms and farm markets grow much of New York’s food, as they are high ranking producers of apples, onions, grapes, maple syrup and more.

Our soil and climate, coupled with years of experience in the industry, make the Lake Ontario wines and craft spirits distinctive. Each bottle of wine and spirit is handcrafted with care, and with each “see, swirl, sniff and sip” we offer you a tantalizing taste of what is here.

Around each turn on the Trail is a new vista to be discovered. Plan a day trip and be [...]

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Lake George NY Tourism, a Favorite Destination Anytime of the Year

The sun is out and the water feels amazing — it’s summertime again in the Lake George Area! Reignite your sense of adventure at the gateway to the Adirondack Mountains. Unique annual events are about to kick-off, the beaches are open, and the water is calling your name.

The crystalline water of Lake George is the perfect temperature for a swim. Plant your chair on a sandy beach and bask in the Adirondack sun or sprint into the lake and splash the day away. Reconnect with the outdoors on a secluded island campsite. Explore every nook and cranny of your waterfront hideaway and roast s’mores by the campfire. For exhilarating screams and hilarious shows check out a Lake George Area amusement park. Classic rollercoasters and vast water parks create summer memories that will last a lifetime. Board an elegant cruise [...]

Chautauqua County, NY – Play, Laugh and Learn

Exits 4-14 along Interstate 86 will carry you to Chautauqua County, NY’s unrivaled natural beauty and excellent attractions. Exits 4-7 are a short distance from Peek’n Peak Resort, the lakeside hamlet of Findley Lake and acres upon acres of verdant vineyards in the oldest Concord grape-growing region in the world, the Lake Erie Grape Belt. Exits 8-10 will deliver you to picturesque communities found along Chautauqua Lake including the renowned Chautauqua Institution and the bustling Bemus Point. Exits 11-13 take you to Chautauqua County’s urban center of Jamestown, where the story of comedy lives at the new National Comedy Center, as well as treasures like the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Museum and a host of restaurants and shops. Exit 14 will lead you to the beginning of New York’s Amish Trail, home to the state’s largest community of Old [...]

Mount Morris NY Hotel Offers First Class Amenities

With its charming décor and comfortable amenities, Country Inn and Suites Mount Morris, NY provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere sure to please business and leisure travelers alike. 60 spacious and tastefully decorated guest rooms include Whirlpool suites, one-bedroom king suites and standard deluxe queen double. We are large enough to provide first class amenities, but small enough to retain the country charm that is the hallmark of our brand. When it’s time to relax, guests can enjoy a heated indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and fitness center.

Located in the scenic Mount Morris NY area, the hotel is near the entrance of beautiful Letchworth State Park – recently voted #1 State Park in the country. Other area attractions include the Genesee County Village Museum, Corning Glass Works, SUNY Geneseo, Niagara Falls and the Jell-O Gallery.

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson Mount Morris
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Rejuvenate in Dutchess County’s Natural Beauty

Just 90 minutes north of Manhattan is beautiful Dutchess County, in the heart of New York’s Hudson Valley region. Here, there’s something for everyone: natural scenic beauty, outdoor recreational activities, impressive historic sites and unparalleled farm-to-table dining.

Now part of the Empire State Trail, experience the Walkway Over the Hudson in Poughkeepsie. This historic railroad bridge is the longest elevated pedestrian walkway in the world and provides incredible views of the Catskills from high above the majestic Hudson River. Lace up your hiking boots and hit the Appalachian Trail, hike to the top of Ferncliff Forest’s Fire Tower or see a stunning rock formation at Dover Stone Church. Stroll pristine grounds and gardens at Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Val-Kill Cottage and Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park.

Let Dutchess County be your peaceful haven, worlds away from the [...]

Isn’t It Time You Came to Our Playground
in Chenango County, New York?

We all need something to look forward to and there is nothing more motivating than planning that next perfect getaway. Immerse yourself in our rural paradise with 63,700-plus acres that make up our state lands. Chenango County, New York is home to the most public wilderness in New York outside of the Adirondacks and safe outdoor activities that range from fat-biking to fishing to a quiet afternoon picnic are all on tap in the spring.

Outdoor enthusiasts traveling to or passing through our area should make a stop at Rogers Environmental Education Center. In addition to six miles of trails, the 600 acres that make up the property is an ideal introduction to the hiking, fishing and paddling possibilities in the area.

Gray wolves, arctic foxes and eastern coyotes are the main inhabitants of the [...]

Welcome to The Western New York Wilds!

If you’ve felt that longing in your soul to strike out of your routine, breathe fresh air and live with purpose once again, it’s time for your next escape to the Western NY Wilds.  Whether you’re seeking to nourish your creativity, find your next adventure or just enjoy our peace and quiet, we invite you to live deliberately with us on your next visit.

The Wilds is nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains and offers a wide variety of activities appealing to all visitors. In The Western New York Wilds, there is a relaxed, unhurried way of life with a full menu of seasonal activities including hunting and fishing, fairs, holiday celebrations, outdoor sports and special interest events such as a Trout Derby, an Artisans Tour, a Hot Air Balloon Rally, County Fair, Heritage Days, and a Garlic Festival to name a [...]

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