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The Official Visitors’ Guide to Cayuga County

Located near the heart of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga County’s towns and villages are perfect for sightseeing, shopping, dining and enjoying the lush Finger Lakes region.

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Washington, DC 334 Miles

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NYC 269 Miles

Award-Winning Wineries 8 Lakes & the Erie Canal

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Drink in the unspoiled beauty of Cayuga County. Feel the fresh country breezes, relax to the sounds of trickling waters, bask in the warm glow of a Finger Lakes sunset and sip a fine local wine while you rediscover yourself in New York’s fabulous Finger Lakes.

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Blazing a trail through the great places, events and rich heritage in Central New York

History, arts & culture

Music, theatre, fine arts and history make up our rich culture and lifestyle. From the Tiffany windows at Willard Memorial Chapel to live performances at the Morgan Opera House, arts and culture come alive in Cayuga County!

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World FamoLuaskes Wines Finger

Make your Finger Lakes vacation truly memorable by visiting Cayuga County’s 11 wineries. Meet the winemakers, tour the vineyards, take part in special events and taste our award-winning wines. Wine tasting in Cayuga County is a special experience in a quaint and charming atmosphere where you can get ‘up close and personal’ with our winemakers! Photos by Kristian S. Reynolds


Photos by Kristian S. Reynolds

The Great Outdoors

For adventurous types, an abundance of indoor and outdoor recreational activities are ready for you to conquer, including hiking, biking, fishing and even scuba diving! With three state parks, well-groomed trails, nature preserves and three state forests, the opportunities are many.

Photos by Kristian S. Reynolds

Photo Op

Our scenery ranks as one of the top reasons visitors come to Cayuga County. From crystal clear lakes to rolling farmlands to breathtaking sunsets, Cayuga County is the ‘beauty queen’ of the Finger Lakes! This travel guide is published by the Cayuga County Office of Tourism. Inclusion in this publication does not constitute an endorsement. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, the Cayuga County Office of Tourism cannot assume responsibility for changes in details and rates.


Things to See & Do

Attractions 5–13 Entertainment 14 Health & Wellness 15–16 Recreation 17–25

Trails 17–18 Parks 19–21 Hunting & Fishing 22 Fishing Charters, Marinas & Boat Rentals 23–24 Golf Courses 25

Family Fun 26–29 Specialty Shops 30–32 Antiques 33

Food & Drink

Places to Stay

Restaurants 34–37, 39–40, 42 Farmers’ Markets & Local Flavor 38 Sweet Treat Trail 41 Wine Tours 43 Wine & Beer Trails 44–45 Wineries & Breweries 46–47

Accommodations 50–55

Hotels & Motels B&Bs, Country Inns & Guest Houses Campgrounds

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Finding your Way

Explore the Region 61–65 Regional Information Visitor Services

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Maps 62, 64–65 Cayuga County Office of Tourism 131 Genesee Street Auburn, NY 13021-3617 call (800) 499-9615 / (315) 255-1658 e-mail info@tourcayuga.com visit TourCayuga.com

To find the Cayuga County Office of Tourism follow the visitor information signs. ® I LOVE NEW YORK is a registered trademark and service mark of the New York State Department of Economic Development; used with permission. Cover photography: Glenn Gaston, Maureen McEvers, Kristian S. Reynolds, Back cover photography: Kristian S. Reynolds

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THINGS TO SEE & DO ATTRACTIONS

Auburn

Auburn Doubledays

130 N. Division Street Auburn’s Single A farm team for the Washington Nationals is in the New York-Penn League. The season runs mid June–early September. Games: Monday–Saturday 7PM, Sunday 6PM (mid June–early September)

Handicapped accessible FEE auburndoubledays.com (315) 255-2489

Cayuga Community College

197 Franklin Street This 48-acre campus features a nature trail for walkers and joggers. In addition, an outstanding array of cultural programming is offered including concerts, theater productions and lectures at the Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre. cayuga-cc.edu (315) 255-1743

Cayuga Museum of History & Art and Case Research Lab

203 Genesee Street Housed in the Willard-Case mansion (built in 1836), the museum offers exhibits on local figures, events and items pertinent to the development of Cayuga County. The Case Research Lab is the site where the first successful system of sound on film was invented. Theater Mack, located in the historic carriage house, hosts lectures, events and Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival productions. Gift shop offers local memorabilia.

Museum Hours: Tuesday–Sunday Noon–5PM. Case Research Lab Hours: Tuesday–Sunday Noon–4:30PM (closed January and holidays)

Handicapped accessible FEE cayugamuseum.org (315) 253-8051

Fort Hill Cemetery

19 Fort Street Set on a hill overlooking Auburn, this site was used for burial mounds by Native Americans as early as 1100 A.D. It includes the burial sites of William Seward, Harriet Tubman, Martha Coffin Wright, Col. Myles Keogh who fought with Gen. Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn, and a monument to Indian orator Chief Logan. Visit website for a downloadable walking tour. Visiting Hours: Dawn–Dusk Office Hours: Monday–Friday 9AM–1PM

Handicapped accessible FREE forthillcemetery.net (315) 253-8132

Harriet Tubman Home

180 South Street Known as “The Moses Of Her People,” Tubman settled in Auburn after the Civil War and operated this home where she lived for 50 years, for aged and indigent blacks. As a conductor on the Underground Railroad—a network of abolitionists that helped slaves escape to freedom—she made a dozen trips south over a period of 11 years. Tubman died in 1913 at her South Street property, and is buried at Fort Hill Cemetery. Tours on the hour with the last tour one hour before closing. Hours: Tuesday–Friday 10AM–4PM, Saturday 10AM–3PM (by appt. November–January)

Handicapped accessible: Library/ Orientation Room FEE harriethouse.org (315) 252-2081

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Auburn History’s Hometown

Information on the Cayuga Museum & Case Research Lab, Harriet Tubman Home, Schweinfurth Art Center, Seward House Museum, Auburn Public Theater, Fort Hill Cemetery and Willard Memorial Chapel. Call (877) 343-0002 or visit historyshometown.com and auburncayugafreedomtrail.com

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THINGS TO SEE & DO ATTRACTIONS

Auburn

Rolling Wheels Raceway Park

8310 Grant Avenue Road, Route 5 at Chatfield Road Rolling Wheels is one of the most storied speedways in NYS. ‘The Fast Track’ is home to DIRTcar Big-Block Modified, 358-Modified, Sportsman Modified and the World of Outlaws Late Models and STP Sprint Car Racing every summer and fall. Season: May–mid October, check out the Raceway website for upcoming events, times and prices.

Seymour Public Library

176-178 Genesee Street On the National Register of Historic Places, this monumental stone building was designed by the New York City firm, Carrère and Hastings, designers of the New York Public Library. Free Internet access is available. Hours: Monday–Wednesday 10AM– 9PM, Thursday–Friday 10AM–6PM, Saturday 10AM–4PM, closed Sunday

Handicapped accessible FREE seymourlibrary.org (315) 252-2571

Ward O'Hara Museum, Auburn

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

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Schweinfurth Art Center

205 Genesee Street Contemporary exhibitions feature local and national artists. Year-round adult and youth classes, concerts, special events and gift shop. “Quilts=Art=Quilts” each November– Early January. Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10AM–5PM, Sunday 1PM–5PM

Handicapped accessible FEE myartcenter.org (315) 255-1553

Seward House Museum

33 South Street For over 50 years, the Seward House was the home of William Henry Seward (1801-1872), one of the foremost politicians of nineteenth century America, serving as a New York State Senator, Governor of New York, a United States Senator, and Secretary of State under Presidents Lincoln and Johnson. Open to the public for guided tours of this beautifully preserved home that houses one of the largest original collections in the US. Enjoy masterpieces of American art and special exhibitions in both the historic house and the museum's gardens. Tours on the hour. Gardens open to the public 24/7. Grounds available to rent. Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10AM–5PM and Sunday (June-August) 1-5PM. Closed January, open for groups by appointment only in February.

Handicapped accessible: First floor only FEE sewardhouse.org (315) 252-1283

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Ward O’Hara Agricultural Museum & Dr. Joseph F. Karpinski Sr. Education Center

6880 East Lake Road, Route 38A Emerson Park Step back in time to the turn of the century and life on the farm and family homestead. See tools made from the 1800s to the 1940s, spanning the years of farming’s greatest changes— from hand-held to horse-drawn tools, and later to tractor power. Hours: Daily 11AM–4PM Late May– Late October, cpen Saturday year round 11AM–4PM

Handicapped accessible DONATION cayugacounty.us/livingworking/ parksandtrails (315) 252-7644

Willard Memorial Chapel

17 Nelson Street The Willard Memorial Chapel is an interior completely designed by Louis C. Tiffany and The Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company. Available yearround for weddings, concerts and special events. Hours: Open year round Tuesday–Friday 10AM–4PM

Handicapped accessible FEE willard-chapel.org (315) 252-0339

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THINGS TO SEE & DO ATTRACTIONS

Aurora

Harriet Tubman Home, Auburn

Aurora Free Library

370 Main Street, Route 90 Built in 1899 by Louise Morgan Zabriskie as a library, theater, judge’s chambers, town hall and jail. Free Internet access and fax are available. Hours: Monday, Friday 3PM–8PM, Saturday 10AM–3PM, Wednesday 10AM–12PM and 3PM–6PM

Handicapped accessible FREE aurorafreelibrary.org (315) 364-8074

MacKenzie-Childs, LLC

3260 Route 90 Set on a picturesque farm overlooking Cayuga Lake, visitors can tour the restored Victorian Farmhouse and see the beautiful hand-decorated ceramic tableware and home furnishings produced by MacKenzie-Childs. Watch a video of the production process at the Visitor Center, browse through the retail shop and enjoy the country gardens. Hours: Visitor Center open daily 9AM–5PM, Gift Shop open daily 9:30AM–6PM, Victorian Farm House tours daily (40 minutes)

Handicapped accessible FREE mackenzie-childs.com (315) 364-7123 or (888) 665-1999

Wells College

170 Main Street, Route 90 Wells College, established in 1868, has a mission of advancing students through quality liberal arts programs. The lovely historical campus sits on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake and offers conference and meeting facilities, a 9-hole public golf course partially designed by Robert Trent Jones, and cultural enrichment events throughout the year. wells.edu (315) 364-3266

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Cato

Brick Church School House

9935 Route 34 This one-room school house was used as a school from 1861 until 1939. It was restored and is used for community functions, tours, and displays period items from 1920-1930's. Hours: Open Sundays July–August 1PM–5PM or by appointment

DONATION (315) 834-6306 or (315) 626-2475

Civic Heritage Historical Museum

11256 Route 34 Four-town history center for Cato, Ira, Victory and Conquest featuring two main exhibits on the school system and vintage farm equipment, plus other rare historical items. Group tours by appointment. Hours: Sunday 1PM–5PM Early May–Late October or by appt.

Handicapped accessible DONATION civicheritage.org (315) 834-6306 or (315) 626-2475

Fair Haven/Sterling Little Red School House Museum

1290 Route 104A The museum showcases a blacksmith shop and old-time kitchen, Indian lore artifacts, documents, military and industrial items and decorative arts as well as model train exhibits, and a railway display. Hours: Saturday–Sunday 1PM–4PM Mid July–Late August, or by appt.

Handicapped accessible DONATION sterlinghistoricalsociety.org (315) 564-6721

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Explore History’s Hometown AUBURN, NY

Take an hour or spend the day and explore Auburn’s historic and cultural treasures. You’ll quickly see why it’s called “History’s Hometown!” American heroes lived here! Start your tour at the Harriet Tubman Home and learn about this amazing heroine who helped slaves escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Continue up historic South Street where you’ll find beautiful homes from a bygone era and the Seward House Museum, the former residence of William H. Seward. Seward’s home was part of the Underground Railroad system, but Seward is probably best known for his work to purchase Alaska, referred to by many as “Seward’s Folly.” Take a walk through Fort Hill Cemetery where these heroes and other notable citizens were laid to rest.

Beautiful Tiffany stained glass

Your next stops should be Westminster Presbyterian Church, the Willard Memorial Chapel, and the Cayuga Museum of History & Art where you’ll view stunning examples of Tiffany’s stained glass windows and artistry.

Theodore Case invented the first commercially ’ s e i system of recording sound on film k l ‘Ta ted successful in Auburn in 1924 and you can tour his lab inven e! and hear about this remarkable man and her his invention at the Case Research Lab.

Leap ahead!

After your journey back in time, enter the 21st century at the Schweinfurth Art Center, a multi-arts facility featuring contemporary exhibitions on fine arts, architecture and design as well as a nationally recognized quilt show. End your day with an evening at the Auburn Public Theater where you’ll find comedy acts, plays, dance performances, cinema and much more. For more information on Auburn’s amazing history and culture, visit www.historyshometown.com.


THINGS TO SEE & DO ATTRACTIONS

Fair Haven/Sterling Continued Sterling Nature Center

15730 Jenzvolt Road, off 104A This spectacular 1400-acre site, with nearly two miles of Lake Ontario shoreline, features glacially formed bluffs with scenic vistas of Lake Ontario. Hiking, snowmobiling, and cross-country ski trails available. Call for listing of nature classes, exhibits and events. Hours: Trails daylight–dusk daily; Visitor Center 9AM–3PM weekdays, Noon–3PM Saturday, weather depending November 1–April 30

Handicapped accessible DONATION cayugacounty.us/livingworking/ parksandtrails (315) 947-6143

Sterling Renaissance Festival 15385 Farden Road This Elizabethan Renaissance Festival set in a shady forest boasts more than 100 live shows daily, jousting, family games, fine arts and crafts demonstrations and refreshments. Also the site of Sterling NY's "Halloweekends" during October. Hours: Saturday–Sunday 10AM–7PM July–mid August

Handicapped accessible FEE sterlingfestival.com (315) 947-5782 or (800) 879-4446

King Ferry

Rural Life Museum

920 State Route 34B This museum is dedicated to preserving local history and agricultural traditions. Annual Wheat Harvest Festival and parade presented the first Saturday in August. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10AM–Noon, 1PM–4PM, or by appt.

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Handicapped accessible DONATION genoahistorical.org (315) 364-8202

Tiffany Treasure

The Willard Memorial Chapel in Auburn, designed by Louis C. Tiffany, is one of the few complete unaltered Tiffany chapels known to exist.

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Montezuma

Historic Mentz Church

Mentz Church Road This gable-roofed, one-room church was erected by early settlers and incorporated as a First Methodist Episcopal church in 1825. Programs offered May–October, call for schedule or private tour.

DONATION montezumahistoricalsociety.org (315) 776-4656

Moravia

Cayuga-Owasco Lakes Historical Society

14 West Cayuga Street The History House contains the Millard Room, which includes artifacts and personal effects of Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States, as well as over 1000 family files housed in the Luther Research Center and Archives. The House also contains the “Mecca of Spiritualism” display.

Hours: Monday 9AM–Noon March–December, Saturday 10AM–2PM June–August or by appt.

Handicapped accessible DONATION colhs.org (315) 497-3906

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

14 Church Street An early 1820s Episcopal church consecrated by Bishop John Henry Hobart, founder of Hobart College. Extraordinary Bavarian Oak carvings decorate the church. episcopalchurch.org (315) 497-1171

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New Hope Mills

5983 Glen Haven Road, off Route 41A A great photo opportunity, this waterpowered gristmill was built in 1823 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit New Hope Mills’ store and café, at 181 York Street in Auburn. newhopemills.com (315) 252-2676

Sherwood

Howland Stone Store Museum

2956 Route 34B The museum, formerly a cobblestone store built in 1837 by the family of Emily Howland, displays Howland's contributions (1850-1920) to movements for abolition of slavery, education, and women’s rights, including an original Underground Railroad pass and women’s suffrage posters. Hours: Thursday, Saturday 1PM–4PM June–September, or by appt.

Handicapped accessible DONATION howlandstonestore.org (315) 364-5587

Summerhill Millard Fillmore Birth Site

Fillmore Road This recreational pavilion and public park honor Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States who was born in a log cabin on this site on January 7, 1800. cayugacounty.us/summerhill (315) 497-3559

Union Springs Frontenac Museum

178 Cayuga Street, Route 90 Located in an historic Presbyterian church, the Frontenac Museum has exhibits related to the Civil War, Cayuga Lake and Native American history. Call for guided tours. Norma Belak Geneology Room open by appointment. Hours: Saturday–Sunday 1PM–4PM May–mid October, or by appt.

DONATION freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry. com/~frontenac/ (315) 889-7273

Victory

Victory Village History Center and Museum 1323 Town Barn Rd. The museum holds the town treasures from 1821 to the present. Veterans are honored with two tables of memorabilia including uniforms, pictures and scrapbooks. Hours: Open by appointment

Handicapped accessible DONATION (315) 730-3183

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New York Dance Festival, Auburn

Photo courtesy of the New York Dance Festival

Weedsport

Old Brutus Historical Society Museum

Weedsport Speedway

8943 North Seneca Street, Route 34 Permanent displays of local business signs, Erie Canal boat cabin, tools and a turn-of-the-century kitchen. A large collection of genealogical files and local historical information is also available.

1 Speedway Drive, Route 31 Dirt Modified Stockcar Racing and home of the Hall of Fame and Classic Car Museum. weedsportspeedway.com (315) 834-6606

Hours: Monday & Tuesday 9AM–Noon, or by appt.

Centerport Aqueduct

North Seneca Street Located one mile west of Weedsport, off Route 31, this is an excellent example of Erie Canal stone work.

Handicapped accessible DONATION oldbrutushistorical.org (315) 834-9342 or (315) 834-6285

DIRT Motorsport Hall of Fame and Classic Car Museum

2925 Route 31, Weedsport Speedway Dozens of exhibits showcase historic race cars, classic autos, unique racing memorabilia and rarely seen photographs. The gift shop offers a wide variety of collector items. Hours: Open Tuesday–Sunday Noon–5PM May–October.

Handicapped accessible FEE (315) 834-6606

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Haunted History Trail

Trivia

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12 Miles on the Erie Canal

Cayuga County has 12 miles of canal, from the Richmond Aqueduct in Montezuma to Lock 51 on the Onondaga/Cayuga County line.

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Aurora Inn, Aurora

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Treat yourself to a day at the spa. A European facial, Swedish massage or a yoga session Eka Yoga Studio, Auburn can make you feel like a new woman! Aurora Arts & Design Center, Aurora 12

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Planning a long weekend?

MacKenzie-Childs, Aurora

Antiquing, a Finger Lakes wine tour, and shopping galore await you and your girlfriends. Check out the packages on tourcayuga.com for girlfriends’ getaway ideas. Include a visit to one of our many events or festivals. Enjoy a show at the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, listen to concerts in Hoopes Park or enjoy "First Friday" activities at Auburn's historical and cultural sites. A full listing of festivals and events can be found on tourcayuga.com. tourcayuga.com

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THINGS TO SEE & DO ENTERTAINMENT Auburn Players Community Theatre

Cayuga Community College, Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre 197 Franklin Street, Auburn One of the oldest and most prestigious community theaters in the country. FEE auburnplayers.org (315) 702-7832

Auburn Public Theater

8 Exchange St. at Genesee Street, Auburn A presenting and production VENUE company offering plays, comedy acts, fine arts shows, dance, film and musical productions. The space includes a main stage, cabaret stage, educational studio and cinema. FEE auburnpublictheater.org (315) 253-6669 MERRY-GO-ROUND AUBURN PUBLIC THEATER

THEATER MACK

Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival

Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Theater Mack & Auburn Public Theater, Auburn A multi-venue, summer-long festival celebrating America’s most popular art form–musical theatre. May–September and December

Handicapped accessible FEE fingerlakesMTF.com (315) 255-1785 or (800) 457-8897

Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre

Various Venues Founded by Producer and American Choreographer Sean McLeod, the Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre (KDT) is a professional dance company whose work illustrates through dance the abundant resources and enrichment that minorities and people of color bring to our lives. The dance company is based in New York City with its offices and foundation in CNY's Auburn NY. Special events and seasonal concerts are performed at various venues throughout Auburn, Cayuga County, the Region and the world! Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre co-hosts the annual New York Dance Festival in July. kaleidoscopedancetheatre.com (315) 252-0350

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Merry-Go-Round Playhouse

6877 East Lake Road VENUE Route 38A, Auburn Known as “Broadway in the Finger Lakes,” the Playhouse is Upstate New York’s most popular professional theatre performing favorite Broadway musicals from MaySeptember and December. The Playhouse is located in an historic carousel building in picturesque Emerson Park on Owasco Lake. Shows: Monday–Thursday 7:30PM, Friday–Saturday 8PM; Matinees Tuesday & Wednesday and first week Friday & Saturday 2PM, dark Sunday

Handicapped accessible FEE fingerlakesMTF.com (315) 255-1785 or (800) 457-8897

Morgan Opera House

370 Main Street, Route 90, Aurora On the second floor of the Aurora Free Library, performing arts productions are offered April–December. FEE morganoperahouse.org (315) 364-5437

New York Institute of Dance and Education

Various Venues New York Institute of Dance and Education (NYIDE) is a 21st century company that has a diverse range of specific services initially developed from the focus and discipline required for the arts that have been refined to have clear applications for and transferability to business initiatives. The Institute has built a respected track-record in Management and Leadership Consultation, Public Communication for Corporate Executives, Marketing and Promotion, Personality Management, Family Development Services, Adolescent Intervention, Conflict Resolution, and Race and Diversity Training. The Institute’s operating systems, programs, and consulting services are embraced nationally and around the world. Check the website for details. NYIDE co-hosts the annual New York Dance Festival in July. nyide.com (315) 252-0350

Theater Mack

VENUE 203 Genesee Street, Auburn Theater Mack at the Cayuga Museum is housed in the museum's restored carriage house and hosts lectures, films, entertainment, special events and the annual Theodore Case Film Festival. Handicapped accessible FEE cayugamuseum.org (315) 253-8051

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THINGS TO SEE & DO HEALTH & WELLNESS

Fitness/Nautilus Centers Cato-Meridian Recreation Center

2851 Route 370, Cato Basketball courts, swimming pool, personal fitness training, weight room and nautilus. catomeridian.org/rec.cfm (315) 626-6735

Champions for Life Sports Center

453 Grant Avenue Road, Route 5 Auburn Indoor multi-sports complex offering family nautilus and facilities for youth gymnastics, tennis, soccer, golf, karate, lacrosse, dance, plus pre-school programs, summer camps and private gym parties. championsforlife.org (315) 252-9305

Finger Lakes Health Center

2115 W. Genesee Street Road, Auburn Nautilus, weights and personal fitness training, aquatic facilities and free day pass. flhfc.com (315) 258-0910

Planet Fitness

Auburn Plaza, 217 Grant Avenue, Auburn Hassle-free facilities filled with brandname cardio and strength equipment. planetfitness.com/gyms/ny/ auburn (315) 282-7119

Swagler Strength & Performance

64 Owasco Street, Auburn Focused on all aspects of fitness, weight loss, sports conditioning, athletics, speed, strength, agility, power, explosion, mental toughness, passion, self-confidence, and more. swaglerstrength.com (315) 282-7899

YMCA-WEIU

27 William Street, Auburn Indoor track, basketball court, volleyball, racquetball, 2 swimming pools, personal fitness training, weight room, nautilus, and cardio room. auburnymca.org (315) 253-5304

Massage Therapists

Catalfano Massage Therapy

130 Genesee Street Suite 130, Auburn catalfanomassagetherapy.com (315) 730-1647

Diane’s Delicate Touch Therapeutic Massage

2693 E. Brutus Street, Suite 2, Weedsport delicatetouchmassage.com (315) 720-3132

Trivia

Broadway in the Finger Lakes

The Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Auburn, known as “Broadway in the Finger Lakes,” is upstate New York’s largest professional summer theatre.

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THINGS TO SEE & DO HEALTH & WELLNESS Massage Therapists Continued

Evolve Bodywork

100 Genesee Street, Suite 101 Auburn evolvebodywork.com (315) 515-8073

Adonia Salon & Spa

26 Osborne Street, Auburn (315) 255-2988

Maria DeMitchell L.M.T. 158 E. Genesee Street, Auburn (315) 243-1695

Rose M

Carr Building, 188 Genesee Street, Ste. 204, Auburn roseborza.com (315) 406-3572

Sheryl Woodmansee, L.M.T.

38 Perry Street, Auburn swoodmansee.massagetherapy.com (315) 729-2625

Spas

Bayview Wellness Center & Spa

498 Main Street, Fair Haven Massage therapy, yoga, meditation classes, and wellness workshops. bayviewwellnesscenter.com (315) 591-7847

Bee Attitudes Honey

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Bella Essenza Day Spa

32 East Genesee Street, Auburn Manicures, pedicures, facials, a variety of massages, waxing and makeup applications. (315) 702-8386

The Center

1 Hoffman Street, Auburn A former gothic church and school renovated to offer massage and spa services, natural healthcare, couples & spa party packages, event space, classes, and a unique gift shop. Thecenter4wellness.com (888) 290-1779 or (315) 704-0319

Gemini 11 Salon & Spa

340 Clark Street, Auburn Massage, facials and bridal packages. (315) 255-1941

Living Waters Natural Health Solutions

33 William Street, Suite 10, Auburn Energy foot spa, aromatherapy, compass bio-scan, herb specialist, natural health products and nutritional consults. (315) 255-9955

Meeshe’ Salon & Spa

371 Main Street, Aurora Enjoy spa facials, massages, manicures, pedicures, waxing and hair services as well as yoga, Pilates and meditation. Spa and bridal packages available. meeshesalonandspa.com (315) 563-5006

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Trails

Auburn-Fleming Trail

The Auburn-Fleming Trail follows a two-mile stretch of abandoned railroad bed along a network of streams and wetlands. Easy trail access on Dunning Avenue. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding permitted.

Erie Canal Recreational Trail

This historic canal tow path is a recreational trail for hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders and, in winter, snowmobilers and cross-country skiers. It traverses the county from the village of Jordan to the Seneca River. High points include carved stone locks, the Centerport Aqueduct, Lock 52 (west of Port Byron) and Richmond Aqueduct (west of the Seneca River). Access to the trail is in Weedsport behind Arby’s/Tim Hortons on the north side of Route 31, and at Schasel Park in Port Byron.

Hojack Trail

This off-road, multi-use trail extends through the Town of Sterling along an abandoned railroad bed. Permitted uses include hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The Hojack Trail extends west into Wayne County and east into Oswego County. ATV use allowed from 4/15–10/1 from Oswego to Cato.

Cato-Fair Haven Trail

Running from Cato to Fair Haven, this multi-use trail traverses woodlands, farmlands and wetlands. The trail connects the town of Cato and the Village of Fair Haven along 14 miles of abandoned Lehigh Valley Railroad bed. A feature is the Cato Station, situated at the head of the trail in the village of Cato. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are encouraged on the trail. ATV use allowed from 4/15–10/1.

To learn more about the trails listed above visit cayugacounty.us/livingworking/parksandtrails or call (315) 253-5611 Cayuga Community College Nature Trail

197 Franklin Street, Auburn This is a one-mile loop trail located directly behind Cayuga Community College for hiking, biking and leashed dogs. The trail, rated moderate, is open year-round and is a natural oasis with man-made ponds and plenty of wildlife. cayuga-cc.edu (315) 255-1743

Cayuga Village Recreational Trail

A 2.5 mile trail through the village of Cayuga with nearly one half mile of publicly owned lakefront as well as fitness and nature loops. The trail provides lake access to canoers and kayakers. The trailhead is located at MacIntosh Park in the village of Cayuga off Genesee Street. (315) 252-1707

Montezuma Canal Heritage Park

Main entrance off Route 90 on High Street north of the Firehouse, Montezuma. This 140-acre park along the Seneca River/NYS Barge Canal is part of the eastern portion of the Seneca River Crossing Canal Historic District and is designated on the National Register of Historic Places. Several nature walking trails meander through the natural and man-made landscape which includes the magnificent Richmond Aqueduct, the second largest aqueduct on the Erie Canal. montezumahistoricalsociety.org

Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway

With gorges at its south end, vineyards on its gentle slopes and marshes at its north end, the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway features diverse landscapes and spectacular views. A tour around its 87 miles will take you through charming villages, by scenic waterfalls, parks and farmland, and to unique lodging, shopping, dining, wineries, college campuses and more. Enjoy the ride on the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway every season of the year. cayugalake.com voted the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway one of “10 Great All-American Road Trips.”

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Parks & Trails Lake Ontario

Sterling Lake Shore Park & Nature Center

104A West Barrier Bar County Park Little Fair Haven Beach Sodus Bay State Park Fair Haven

Seaway Trail

Follow the 518-mile signed Great Lakes Seaway Trail 38 Martville National Scenic Byway at Harriet Tubman North your pace along Lake Erie, the Memorial Highway Victory Niagara River, Lake Ontario and CATO–FAIR HAVEN St. Lawrence River to discover HOJACK 104 TRAIL TRAIL breathtaking scenery, coastal culinary adventures, and fresh Ira outdoor fun. Explore the 34 shoreline and 40 State Parks. Victory Meridian Drive, dive, camp, fish, 370 bike, birdwatch and enjoy Cato Otter 38 VolksWalking and geocachLake ing. Come find Fair Haven Conquest Cross Beach State Park, the Sterling ERIE CANAL Lake Renaissance Festival, Niagara RECREATIONAL TRAIL Falls, 1000 Islands, and so Howland’s Erie Canal much more. Island 40 seawaytrail.com 31 MONTEZUMA Sterling

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Frontenac Park

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Union Springs

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Cayuga Lake

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Long Point State Park

King Ferry

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Owasco

Owasco Lake

Scipio Center

Levanna Scipioville Aurora

Skaneateles Lake

38A

Cascade

Poplar Ridge Ledyard

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Venice Center Genoa

Niles

Frozen Ocean State Forest

38A

Owasco Flats

Bahar Nature Preserve

New Hope

41A Sempronius

Bear Swamp State Forest

Fillmore Glen State Park Summer Hill State Forest 38 Dorothy McIlroy Locke Bird Sanctuary

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Parks

Bahar Nature Preserve

Apple Tree Point Road, New Hope This 25-acre preserve, only yards from Skaneateles Lake, treats hikers to a dramatic view of the 100-foot deep Bear Swamp Creek Ravine. The trail also includes a 65-foot crescent of lakeshore, a good spot to beach a canoe or kayak before hiking up the ridge trail. fllt.org/protected_lands/protected_lands1.php?id=33 (607) 275-9487

Bear Swamp State Forest

Route 41A, Sempronius 3,280-acre state forest with fishing, hunting, and a 13-mile trail for snow-shoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and hiking. dec.ny.gov/lands/ 34420.html (607) 753-3095

Casey Park

150 N. Division Street, Auburn 44-acre sports complex offering swimming & wading pools, soccer and softball fields, basketball and tennis courts, bike and fitness trails, picnic areas, skateboard park, and a playground. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and indoor ice skating. auburnny.gov/public_documents/ auburnny_recprograms/caseypark (315) 253-4247

Dorothy McIlroy Bird Sanctuary

Lane A, off Lake Como Road, Summerhill This 157-acre nature preserve along the Lake Como outlet is owned and operated by the Finger Lakes Land Trust. Situated in a high plateau pocket running from Locke to Homer, the preserve features a number of plants uncommon to the region and some of the highest breeding bird diversity in the state. fllt.org/protected_lands/protected_lands1.php?id=28 (607) 275-9487

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Emerson Park

6914 East Lake Road Route 38A, Auburn Emerson Park includes 135 acres located at the northern end of Owasco Lake with one mile of lake front and two miles of river front. The park features boat launches, boat slips, a disc golf course, playground, paddlecraft rentals, and picnic shelters. Activities include strolling along the waterfront and restored seawall, swimming, picnicking and dog walking in designated areas. Emerson Park is the home of Auburn Little League, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, the historic Emerson Park Pavilion and many annual events. cayugacounty.us/livingworking/ parksandtrails (315) 253-5611

Fair Haven Bandstand Park

Main Street, Route 104A, Fair Haven Charming community park with summer concerts offered. cayugacounty.us/portals/1/ fairhaven (315) 947-5112

Fair Haven Beach State Park

14985 State Park Rd., off Route 104A, Fair Haven 823 acres on Lake Ontario with camping, swimming, hiking, fishing, boating, and an 18-hole golf course nearby. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. nysparks.com/parks/12/ details (315) 947-5205 Reservations: (800) 456-2267

Fillmore Glen State Park

1686 State Route 38, Moravia 941 acres including gorge and waterfalls, with camping, swimming, hiking, and fishing available. Winter activities include cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The park is named for Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the U.S., who was born in a log cabin nearby. A replica of the cabin is located in the park. nystateparks.com/parks/157/ details (315) 497-0130

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Parks

Frontenac Park

Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area

Chapel Street, off Route 90 Union Springs Public boat launch, swimming and picnic facilities available. unionspringsny.com/park/ (315) 889-7341 or 889-7265

Route 38, Port Byron Approximately 3,600 acres for hiking, cross-country skiing, equestrian use, hunting, trapping and fishing. friendsofmontezuma.org/ howland.html (800) 388-8244 ext. 247

Frozen Ocean State Forest

Main entrance off Corrigan Road, Niles 754 acres of land, situated on one of the highest points in Cayuga County. Hiking, cross-country skiing, hunting, trapping, camping, and nature viewing, are some of the perfect activities to enjoy in the forest. dec.ny.gov/lands/36682.html (607) 753-3095

John Harris Park

6205 Railroad Street off Route 90, Cayuga This Cayuga Lake waterfront park offers a summer concert series, picnic areas, swimming beach and restrooms. It is also the location of the village offices, in a former NY Central Railroad Station. cayugacounty.us (315) 252-1707

Hoopes Park

East Genesee Street, Auburn The central pond is home to numerous water fowl and ice skating is encouraged during winter months. Free summer concerts during July and August. auburnny.gov/public_ documents/auburnny_recprograms/hoopespark (315) 252-9300

Trivia

Long Point State Park

Lake Road, off Route 90, Aurora Two boat launches, dock, picnic facilities and swimming. nysparks.com/parks/170 (315) 497-0130

Market Street Park

Market Street, Auburn The park overlooks the Owasco River and hosts summer concerts and community festivals. auburnny.gov (315) 255-4737

Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge

Routes 5 & 20, between Auburn & Seneca Falls 7,000 acres of wetland that provides habitat for over 300 species of birds and wildlife. fws.gov/refuge/montezuma (315) 568-5987

Owasco Flats

Fire Lane 2A, off Route 38, Moravia 1500-acre wetland on Owasco Inlet with a large variety of plants and animals unique to the area, including two dozen rare species of birds. Great fishing and public canoe launch. cayugacounty.us/livingworking/ parksandtrails (315) 253-5611

Finger Lakes Fact

Did you know that all of the 11 Finger Lakes are north-flowing lakes into the Great Lake Ontario? 90

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Parks

Continued Phillips Park

Route 104A, Fair Haven Located on the southern end of Little Sodus Bay, featuring picnic tables, barbecue grills, gazebo, handicapped accessible walkway, fishing platforms, canoe and row boat dockage, boat launch and restrooms nearby. cayugacounty.us/portals/1/ fairhaven (315) 947-5112

Sterling Lake Shore Park & Nature Center

Jenzvolt Road, Sterling Please see page 9 for details. cayugacounty.us/livingworking/ parksandtrails (315) 947-6143

Veteran’s Memorial Park

160 Genesee Street next to Cayuga County Office Building, Auburn Pass through the steel arch entrance to the park honoring Cayuga County Veterans, from the Revolutionary War to the present, commemorated with memorials, engraved pavers, memorial benches, landscaped plantings and flags. (315) 253-9554

West Barrier Bar

West Bay Road, Fair Haven 13-acres on Lake Ontario offering bird watching, hiking, fishing and spectacular views. westbarrierbar.com (315) 253-5611

Summer Hill State Forest

Main entrances off Skinner Hill Road & Fillmore Road, Summer Hill 4,355 acres of dense forest land well suited for snowmobiling, cross country skiing, hiking, hunting, trapping, wildlife viewing, and informal horseback riding. dec.ny.gov/lands/36727.html (607) 753-3095

If you are into birdwatching, call for this brochure!

Photo by Maureen McEvers

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Did you know!?

RECREATION

Cayuga County

has more freshwater coastline than any other county in New York State.

About our Lakes and Waterways Lake Ontario

Cayuga Lake

193 miles long, 650 ft. deep

40 miles long, 435 ft. deep

Skaneateles

Cross Lake

Lake

15 miles long, 350 ft. deep

4.5 miles long, 60 ft. deep

Erie Canal

Owasco Lake

38 miles long

11 miles long, 177 ft. deep

also . . . Duck Lake, Otter Lake and Lake Como

Hunting White-tail Deer are abundant in the area as well as numerous small game including rabbit, waterfowl, pheasant, ruffed grouse, and wild turkey. Bear Swamp State Forest, Howland Island Wildlife Management Area, Cayuga Tompkins Cooperative Hunting Area, Cross Lake Islands and Northern Montezuma offer seasonal hunting. Hunting on private property with permission only. For hunting/fishing licenses and up-to-the-minute information on sporting conditions contact the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, dec.state.ny.us.

Fishing & Hunting Guide

For Finger Lakes fishing and hunting information call (800) 548-4386.

e s e h t t s e u Req Brochures Fishing

With eight lakes, plus numerous streams, ponds and tributaries, Cayuga County has some of the best fishing in the region. Brown and Rainbow Trout can be found along the Owasco Inlet as well as in Cayuga Lake. Fish the great Lake Ontario for Coho Salmon and find both Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass in Owasco Lake. Cross Lake and Skaneateles Lake are the places to catch Northern Pike.

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THINGS TO SEE & DO Fishing Charters

RECREATION

Blue Moon Sport Fishing

Popeye Charters

Eagle Rock Charters

Raindance Charters

Fantasy Charters

Reel Sportsman FishingAdventures

Captain Scott Fletcher bluemoon.lakeontariounited.com (315) 283-8878 Captain Glenn Quick eaglerockcharters.com (315) 889-5925 or (315) 283-2815 Captain Clyde Keck fishinglakeontario.com (800) 724-1986 or (315) 947-6328

Fatal Attraction Charters

Captain Brian Edwards fatalattractioncharters.com (315) 754-8914 or (315) 402-0834

Frontenac Fowlers

Captain Jay Barnes frontenacfowlers.com (315) 406-4763 or (315) 889-7260

Captain Werner Stenger popeyesportfishing.com (315) 532-2859 Captain John C. Allen raindancecharters.com (315) 699-0929

Captain Gary Rule (315) 209-2182

Screwy Louie’s Sport Shop Charters

Captain Brendan Shambo screwylouiessportshop.com (315) 947-6348

Shade Tree Charters

Captain Jim Jared shadetreecharters.com (607) 316-0331

Kicking Back Charters

Trophy Nuts Charters

Playin' Hookey Charters

White Cap Charters

Captain Dennis Wasiewski kickingbackcharters.com (315) 730-3134

Captain Bob Geis trophynutssportfishing.com (570) 762-1644

MARINAS, BOAT LAUNCHES & RENTALS Auburn/Owasco Lake

Finger Lakes Paddleboard fingerlakespaddleboard.com Owasco Marine owascomarine.net Owasco Paddles owascopaddles.com

Supplies Rentals Services Fuel Slips Public Launch

Captain Mike Decker Captain Aaron Dingy playinhookey.lakeontariounited.com fishingonlakeontario.com (914) 443-4855 or (315) 406-6728 (845) 858-8664

(315) 237-7000 • (315) 258-9096 • • • • • (315) 567-1437 •

Aurora/Cayuga Lake Long Point State Park (315) 497-0130 • nysparks.com/parks/170/details.aspx

Cato/Cross Lake Cross Lake Inn & Marina crosslakeinnandmarina.com

(315) 626-6718 • • • • •

Cayuga/Cayuga Lake Beacon Bay Marine beaconbaymarine.com

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THINGS TO SEE & DO Supplies Rentals Services Fuel Slips Public Launch

RECREATION MARINAS, BOAT LAUNCHES & RENTALS Cayuga/Cayuga Lake continued

Cayuga Marina & Outfitters cayugamarinaoutfitters.com Lockview Marina & Transport Co. lockviewmarina.com Mud Lock Canal Park Lock # 1 Twin Oaks Marine Repair

(315) 252-5754 • • • •

(315) 255-2936 • • (800) 513-2936 (315) 253-7523 • (315) 889-7725 • •

Conquest/Seneca River

Howland's Island Boat Launch •

Fair Haven & Sterling/Lake Ontario Anchor Resort & Marina (315) 947-5331 • • • • • anchorresortmarina.com Bayside Marina (315) 947-5773 • • Fair Haven Beach State Park (315) 947-5205 • • • nysparks.com/parks/12/details.aspx Fair Haven King St. Boat Launch (315) 947-5112 • Fair Haven Marine Service Corp. (315) 947-5604 • • fairhavenmarine.com Fair Point Marina (800) 947-9480 • • • fairpointmarina.com Pleasant Beach Hotel (315) 947-5399 • pleasantbeach.com Turtle Cove Resort & Marina (315) 947-6677 • • • • •

King Ferry/Cayuga Lake Don’s Marine Service

(315) 364-8921 • • •

Moravia/Owasco Lake

A-1 Marine (315) 497-3726 • • • a-1boats.com Owasco Flats Boat Launch (315) 253-5611 • South Shore Marina (315) 497-3006 • • • • • • ssmonowasco.net

Niles/Skaneateles Lake

Sevey’s Boatyard, Inc. seveys.com

(315) 496-2092 • • • •

Port Byron Area/Seneca River Rt. 38 Bridge (3 mi. N of Village of Port Byron) •

Union Springs/Cayuga Lake

Frontenac Harbor frontenacharbor.com Hibiscus Harbor Marina tradeayacht.com/hibiscus.html

(315) 889-5532 • • • • • (315) 889-5086 • • • • •

Weedsport/Seneca River

Bonta Bridge Rd. (2 mi. E of Village of Weedsport) • Riverforest Marina & Campground (315) 834-9458 • riverforestpark.org (800) 772-2644

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THINGS TO SEE & DO Golf Courses

RECREATION

Fair Haven Springbrook Greens (18 Hole) 817 Old State Road (315) 947-6115

Locke/King Ferry Fillmore Golf Club (18 Hole) 1505 Tollgate Hill Road fillmoregolfclub.com (315) 497-3145

Auburn Area Cranebrook Golf Course (9 Hole) 7126 Canoga Road (315) 252-7887 Highland Golf Course (18 Hole) 3068 Franklin Street Road highlandparkgolfclub.com (315) 253-3381 Lakeview Golf & Country Club (18 Hole) 6642 East Lake Road State Route 38A lakeviewgolfcc.com (315) 253-3152 Pro Shop Owasco Country Club (9 Hole) Private 6750 East Lake Road owascocountryclub.com (315) 253-3971

King Ferry Golf Club (9 Hole) 1309 Clearview Road kingferrygolfclub.com (315) 364-7343

Owasco Dutch Hollow Country Club (18 Hole) 1839 Benson Road dutchhollow.com (315) 784-5052

Weedsport Meadowbrook Golf Club (9 Hole) 8702 Ball Road meadowbrookgolfclub.net (315) 834-9358

Aurora Wells College Golf Course (9 Hole) Route 90, 170 Main Street wells.edu/at-a-glance/golf.htm (315) 364-8024

Cato Hickory Ridge Golf Course (9 Hole) 11181 State Route 34 hickoryridgegolfatcato.com (315) 626-2291

Cayuga Indian Head Golf Course (9 Hole) Routes 5&20, 136 Clark Street Road (315) 253-6812 Photos by Mark Flurschutz

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THINGS TO SEE & DO FAMILY FUN

Auburn, NY

ranked by Forbes magazine

Best Small City to raise a family in the Northeast.

Hoopes Park, Auburn

Photo by Maureen McEvers

Balloon Rides/ Skydiving

Ice Rinks/ Swimming Pools

Skydive Central New York

Casey Park Recreation Center

Whitford Airport, 3027 Ditmar Road Weedsport skydivecny.com (315) 535-7777

Sunset Adventures Balloon Rides

6863 Beech Tree Road, Auburn fingerlakes-ballooning.com (315) 252-9474

Bike Rentals, Sales & Service Mike’s Bikes & Boards

360 Grant Avenue, Route 5, Auburn mikesbikesandboards.com (315) 253-0585

Bowling

Cato-Meridian Community Recreation Center 2851 Route 370, Cato catomeridian.org/rec.cfm (315) 626-6735

Hoopes Park

East Genesee Street, Auburn auburnny.gov/public_ documents/auburnny_recprograms/hoopespark (315) 255-4737

YMCA-WEIU

27 William Street, Auburn auburnymca.org (315) 253-5304

King Ferry Bowling Center

Miniature Golf/ Driving Range

Falcons Bowling Center

Arnold Palmer Golf Facility

75 Pulaski Street, Auburn falconlanes.com (315) 252-9398

3060 Gates Road, off Route 5, Auburn apgolf.info (315) 253-8072

Rainbow Lanes

Movies

1007 Main Street, King Ferry (315) 364-8009

2922 Jordan Road, Weedsport (315) 834-6028

Starlite Lanes

1379 Clark Street Road, Routes 5 & 20, Auburn starlitelanesny.com (315) 253-8489

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150 North Division Street, Auburn auburnny.gov/public_documents/ auburnny_recprograms/caseypark (315) 253-4247

Auburn Movieplex 10

360 Grant Avenue Route 5, Auburn theauburnmovieplex.com (315) 255-4635

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THINGS TO SEE & DO FAMILY FUN Cinema APT Auburn Public Theater 108 Genesee Street, Auburn auburnpublictheater.org (315) 253-6669

Finger Lakes Drive-In 1064 Clark Street Road Routes 5 & 20, Auburn fingerlakesdrivein.com (315) 252-3969

Track Cinema

Fingerlakes Mall 1579 Clark Street Road, Auburn trackcinema.com (315) 515-3321

Riding Southern Tier Stables

2068 Dumplin Hill Road, Moravia southern-tier-stables.com (315) 496-2609

Roller Skating Reva Rollerdrome

Finger Lakes Paddleboard

Owasco, Cayuga, & Skaneateles Lakes fingerlakespaddleboard.com (315) 237-7000

Finger Lakes Scuba

11 Dill Street, Auburn fingerlakesscuba.com (800) 764-3483 or (315) 252-8683

Frozen Ocean Motorsports Complex

4415 Vanderstouw Road, Auburn (Mid April–Mid October) frozen-ocean.com (315) 784-5466

Owasco Paddles

Emerson Park 6912 E. Lake Road, Auburn (May–October) owascopaddles.com (315) 567-1437

Silver Waters Sailing Lake Ontario, Fair Haven silverwaters.com (315) 594-1906

Syracuse Paints

359 West Genesee Street, Auburn reva-rollerdrome.com (315) 252-8225

8914 N. Seneca St. (315) 567-5094

Miscellaneous

3060 Gates Road, off Route 5, Auburn thecombatzonepaintball.com (315) 214-9591

Creation Station

Auburn tropicalartsandcrafts.com (315) 406-3270

The Combat Zone Paintball Park

Disc Golf at Emerson Park 6914 East Lake Road Route 38A, Auburn cayugacounty.us/livingworking (315) 253-5611

Equity Angus Ranch

816 O’Conner Rd., Montezuma equityangus.com (315) 406-5335

Trivia

Auburn Doubledays, Auburn

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Take me out the ball game

Abner Doubleday, baseball’s legendary founder, spent much of his life in Auburn and Auburn’s minor baseball team, the Auburn Doubledays is named in his honor. tourcayuga.com

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n o i t a Vac

GREAT LAKES

If you have a day…

Photo by George Fischer & Seaway Trail

Pack a picnic basket and head to Fair Haven Beach State Park on beautiful Lake Ontario. Hike the trails, fish, swim and boat. Your day will be jam packed with activities for the whole family.

Fair Haven

Fly By Night Cookie Company, Fair Haven Planning a long weekend? Check into one of Fair Haven’s cozy inns or B&Bs for a good night’s sleep. Spend the next day browsing the village’s quaint shops and pick up a souvenir made by one of the many local artisans. Don’t miss stopping at the Fly By Night Cookie Company. Their cookies are simply scrumptious! The whole family will enjoy the Sterling Nature Center for wildlife watching along the shore of Lake Ontario.

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Charter Fishing, Lake Ontario

A longer vacation might include‌

A morning fishing charter or sailing lesson on Lake Ontario followed by a relaxing afternoon of yoga and massage at Bayview Health and Wellness Center & Spa. End your day by watching the sunset over the bay at the Pleasant Beach Hotel while sipping a local wine. Life doesn’t get much better!

Double scoop of fun!

Pleasant Beach Hotel, Fair Haven

Photos by Kristian S. Reynolds. Double scoop of fun photo by Maureen McEvers.

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THINGS TO SEE & DO SHOPPING

Unique Shopping

Fingerlakes Mall, Auburn

Photos by Kristian S. Reynolds

MAPS

Fingerlakes Mall

FL

1579 Clark Street Road, Auburn (315) 255-1188

page 65

Monday–Friday 10 AM–9 PM, Sunday 10 AM–6 PM Family, friends and Fingerlakes Mall!

Fingerlakes.com

Schweinfurth Art Center 205 Genesee Street, Auburn (315) 255-1553

SA

page 65

Tuesday–Saturday 10 AM–5 PM, Sunday 1 AM–5 PM Art Center gift shop featuring unique jewelry, cards, crafts, pottery, games and fair trade items.

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THINGS TO SEE & DO SHOPPING

Auburn

All Tied Up Yarns 14 State Street (315) 258-9276 Bass Pro Shops 1579 Clark Street Road, Fingerlakes Mall, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 258-2700 Bed, Bath & Beyond Auburn Plaza, 217 Grant Avenue (315) 252-8091 Cedar Craft Wild Bird Center 495 Grant Avenue Road, Route 5 (315) 255-3643 Creation Station (315) 406-3270 Deja’ Vu Consignment Boutique 180 Genesee Street (315) 398-4747 Dick’s Sporting Goods Fingerlakes Crossing, 1620 Clark Street Road, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 258-3750 Downtown Books & Coffee 66 Genesee Street (315) 515-3411 Finger Lakes Art Cooperative 101 Genesee Street (315) 406-0097 Finger Lakes Furniture Warehouse 120–124 Grant Avenue (315) 252-4934 Fingerlakes Mall 1579 Clark Street Road, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 255-1188 Finger Lakes Scuba 11 Dill Street (315) 252-8683 General Nutrition Center (GNC) 1579 Clark Street Road, Fingerlakes Mall, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 253-0321 Kohl’s Fingerlakes Crossing, 1628 Clark Street Road, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 252-1264 Lake House Classic Decor & Gifts 3953 E. Genesee Street Road, Route 20 (315) 685-1994 Lakeview Nursery 5603 East Lake Road, Route 38A (315) 252-1281

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Marshalls Auburn Plaza, 217 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 258-0988 Meyer Bookbinding Co. 35 Market Street (315) 258-3930 Mitchell’s Western Store 7523 Potter Road (315) 252-1708 Morgan Half Acre Produce 6169 Half Acre Road (315) 253-3008 Nash’s 12 State Street (315) 252-3451 New Hope Mills Store & Cafe 181 York Street (315) 252-2676 Owen Orchards 8174 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 252-4097 Schweinfurth Art Center 205 Genesee Street, Auburn (315) 255-1553 Smiley's Town & Country Florist 7368 Owasco Road, Route 38A (315) 252-7529 Thirsty Pug 100 Genesee Street (315) 406-8772 Uniquely Terry’s 270 Genesee St. Witmer's Country Market 372 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 224-1339

Aurora Aurora Arts & Design Center 371 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 364-5408 or (315) 364-8005 Bet the Farm Winery & Gourmet Market 381 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 294-5643 Jane Morgan’s Little House 378 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 364-7715 MacKenzie-Childs, LLC 3260 State Route 90 (315) 364-7123

Cato Red Maple Roost 11175 Slayton Rd. (315) 626-0000

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Cato

Continued

The Cato Hardware 2525 West Main Street (315) 626-6577

Cayuga The Apple Station 5279 Cross Road (315) 889-5184

Fair Haven/Sterling Fly By Night Cookie Co. 14508 N. Fancher Avenue (315) 947-5588

Hardware Café & General Store 566 Main Street, Route 104A (315) 947-6700 Maplegrove Wool Boutique 1275 State Route 104A (315) 947-5408 Screwy Louie’s Sport Shop 596 Main Street, Route 104A (315) 947-6348 South Shore Artisans 567 Main Street, Route 104A (315) 947-6934 The Front Porch Gift Shop 578 Main Street, Route 104A (315) 947-5000

King Ferry

Aurora Shoe Company 1690 State Route 90 (315) 364-7892 Ferry Tales Gifts 734 Lake Road (315) 364-8285 Heritage Harvesters 791 State Route 34B (315) 364-7834 Only A Paper Moon 982 State Route 34B Suite C (607) 227-6863

Moravia/Locke Anna’s Farm Market & Flower Shoppe 1667 Route 38 (315) 497-2874 Catch Me Lovely Art & Design Studio 3077 Center Road (315) 604-7258

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Grisamore Farms 4069 Goose Street, off State Route 90 (315) 497-1347 Guerrette Lumber & Millwork 3077 Center Road (315) 406-4213 Jennings Dept. Store 147 Main Street, Route 38 (315) 497-1341 Mark’s Signs 58 Grove Street (315) 497-3225 The Red Herring 891 Main Street, Route 38 (315) 730-1918

Niles Of the Earth Stone Art Gallery 6695 N. Glen Haven Road (607) 749-8465

Skaneateles Area Strawberry Fields Hydroponic Farm Corner of Route 20 & County Line Road (315) 751-5657

Union Springs

The Produce Place 293 Cayuga Street, State Route 90 (315) 889-7611

Weedsport Appleby Family Treasure Chest Towpath Road, off Route 31 (315) 834-6595 Lucky Frog Fabrics 8914 N. Seneca St. (315) 209-7587 Mary’s Barn Market 9460 State Route 34 (315) 834-6037 or (315) 246-1373 Meant-to-Bee 8917 N. Seneca Street (315) 766-6864 Second Empire Emporium 8914 N. Seneca St. (315) 567-5094 Syracuse Paints 8914 N. Seneca St. (315) 567-5094

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Auburn

Attic Interiors 193 State Street (315) 246-6135 Beautiful Things & Affordable Treasures 6 Seminary Avenue (315) 702-8273 Country Home & Garden Antiques 896 Clark Street Road Routes 5 & 20 (315) 406-6473 Dance Hall ANTIQUES 35 Market Street (315) 252-2424 Grandma Jaree's Emporium 25 McMaster Street (315) 258-9492 Not Forgotten Antiques 3232 Franklin Street Road (315) 252-3504 Shady Acres Country Antiques 723 Clark Street Road, Routes 5&20 (315) 252-3740 Winton Antiques 217 Grant Avenue (315) 252-1212

Aurora

Alexander Millen @ Aurora Arts & Design Center 371 Main Street (315) 364-5408 or (315) 364-8005

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

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Vintage Lighting 371 Main Street (315) 364-8182

Fair Haven Brown’s Village Antique Shop 584 Main Street (315) 947-5817

King Ferry

Only A Paper Moon 982 State Route 34B Suite C (607) 227-6863

Niles

Brown Dog Antiques 4669 W. Lake Road, State Route 41A (315) 263-8189

Port Byron

Millside Antiques 8001 State Street Road, Route 38 (315) 776-4546

Union Springs Lake Village Antiques 159 Cayuga Street, Route 90 (315) 252-5827

Weedsport Purple Monkey Antiques 8936 N. Seneca Street (315) 567-1125 or (315) 294-5723

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Pumpkin Hill Bistro, Aurora Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Look for the

Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty

logo as you travel throughout the Finger Lakes. It lets you know that participating restaurants and their chefs are using the freshest & finest quality products from local farms.

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FOOD & DRINK RESTAURANTS

Taste Treats

MAPS

A.T. Walley & Co.

119 Genesee Street, Auburn (315) 282-7314 Monday-Friday 3 PM–2 AM Saturday Noon–2 AM The house of 100 whiskeys, good food, cold beer & great people. Established in 2013. Atwalley.com

Balloons Steakhouse & Catering Company

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67 Washington Street, Auburn (315) 252-9761 Tuesday –Thursday 4:30 PM–9:00 PM Friday & Saturday 4:30 PM–10:00 PM They do things old school with hand cuts steaks, fresh Boston seafood & great service. Established 1934. Balloonsrestaurant.net

Buffalo Wild Wings

1612 Clark Street Road, Auburn (315) 252-2999 Sunday – Thursday 11 AM– 2 AM Friday & Saturday 11 AM–1 AM Wings. Beers. Sports! With a full menu for the entire family, Buffalo Wild Wings is the ultimate place to get together with your friends, watch sports, drink beer and eat wings. Buffalowildwings.com

Elderberry Pond Restaurant

3712 Center Street Road, Auburn (315) 252-6025

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March through December: Wednesday–Sunday, lunch 11:30 AM–2:30 PM, Dinner from 5:00 PM Located on their own farm, Elderberry Pond’s fine dining menu features seasonal fresh produce; pasture raised meats, and fresh seafood selections. Elderberrypond.com

Inns of Aurora

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391 Main Street, Aurora (315) 364-8888 Visit web site for hours of operation Visit their three waterfront restaurants and celebrate the region’s farm-to-table culture at the Aurora Inn Dining Room, Fargo Grill and Dorie’s Bakery. Innsofaurora.com

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FOOD & DRINK RESTAURANTS Restaurants are listed by location and then by cuisine.

Auburn

American Ann’s Family Restaurant 113 Grant Avenue (315) 253-8097

Applebees

221 Grant Avenue (315) 258-8398

6141 W. Lake Road, Route 38 (315) 252-8463

Parker’s Grille

129 Genesee Street (315) 252-6884

Prison City Pub & Brewery 28 State Street

A.T. Walley & Co.

(315) 604-0763

(315) 282-7314

1422 Clark Street Road

119 Genesee Street

Reese’s Dairy Bar

BeauVine Chophouse

(315) 252-7323

(315) 515-3162

6 South Street

74 State Street

CC’s

17 Columbus Street (315) 253-6868

Denny’s

176 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 255-1666

Dick and Maddie’s Just Desserts 20 Mattie Street (315) 253-3221

Encore Eateries Plaza of the Arts, 161 Genesee Street (315) 255-2787

Falls Room at the Holiday Inn 75 North Street

(315) 253-4531

Garden Grill at the Hilton Garden Inn 74 State Street

(315) 252-5511

Green Shutters 6933 Owasco Road (315) 515-3375

JB’s Wall Street Grill 7 Wall Street

(315) 252-7939 or (315) 729-4194

Kosta’s

105 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 253-7711

Lewis Restaurant 343 Genesee Street (315) 253-9643

Moro’s Table

1 E. Genesee Street (315) 282-7772

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Oak & Vine at Springside

Swaby’s

(315) 252-5400

The Auburn Ale House 288 Genesee Street (315) 252-2337

The Restaurant at Elderberry Pond

3712 Center Street Road (315) 252-6025

Tinker's Guild 78 Franklin Street (315) 515-3697

Tom Thumb Drive-In

6143 E. Lake Road, Route 38A (315) 253-3458

Asian China Max

Fingerlakes Mall, Routes 5 & 20 (315) 252-9904

China Wok

19 Seminary Street (315) 252-3388

Hong Kong

217 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 252-9328

Ichiban Japanese Steakhouse

181 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 255-2222

New China Royal 103 Genesee Street (315) 258-9888

Sakura Buffet

315 W. Genesee Street (315) 252-7252

Spring Garden 68 Owasco Street (315) 258-7178

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Oak & Vine

at the Sp ring side

BBQ

The Bucket BBQ

3193 East Genesee Street (315) 255-1227

Buffalo Wild Wings 1612 Clark Street Road Routes 5 & 20 (315) 252-2999

Bistros Bambino’s Bistro 105 Genesee Street (315) 255-3385

Cafés

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Hunter Dinerant 18 Genesee Street (315) 255-2282

Pavlos

6 York Street

(315) 255-9253

Irish

Bakery & Creperie at Osteria Salina

McMurphy’s Authentic Irish Pub & Restaurant at the Holiday Inn

(315) 258-9070

(315) 253-4531

16/18 State St.

Downtown Books & Coffee 66 Genesee Street (315) 515-3411

Downtown Deli Café Plaza of the Arts 161 Genesee Street (315) 252-2800

Maggie's at the Riverbend 83 Genesee Street (315) 255-1570

New Hope Mills 181 York Street

(315) 252-2676

Riverbend Coffee

217 Grant Avenue Plaza (315) 252-8307

Delis

75 North Street

Italian-American Balloons Steakhouse & Catering 67 Washington Street (315) 252-9761

Curley’s Restaurant 96 State Street

(315) 252-5224

GJP's Italian Eatery

Auburn Plaza, 217 Grant Avenue (315) 252-1717

Hollywood Restaurant 314 Clark Street (315) 252-9775

Lasca’s

252 Grant Avenue, Route 5 (315) 253-4885

Michael’s Restaurant

Downtown Deli

312 Clark Street

(315) 252-2600

Osteria Salina

217 Grant Avenue Plaza, Route 5

(315) 252-6194

Mema’s Deli & Sweet Shoppe

16/18 State Street

(315) 252-3499

93 N. Division Street

82 N. Division Street

Diners

(315) 258-9070

Sunset Restaurant (315) 252-9765

Auburn Diner

64 Columbus Street (315) 253-7375

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Flavor of the Finger Lakes Experience the rich agricultural bounty that comes from Cayuga County! Our small farms and vineyards are a sight to behold and in addition to preserving our landscape, they provide great tasting food and drink!

Farmers’ Markets Auburn Farmers’ Coop Market State Street & Arterial West, Auburn (Curley's Parking Lot) Vegetable, fruit and flower vendors, baked goods and meats. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings–early afternoon June–October (315) 704-8609

Moravia Farmers’ Market

Niles Farmers’ Market

Niles Town Hall Parking Lot 5923 New Hope Rd., Moravia Fresh produce, herbs, baked goods, and more. Saturdays, mid morning– early afternoon June–October (315) 497-8375

Port Byron Farmers’ Market

Kinney Drug Store Parking Lot, Moravia Vegetables, fruit, meat, wine and herb vendors, baked goods and crafters. Thursday mid morning–late afternoon June–October (315) 497-8375

Schasel Park, Route 31 Fresh produce. Wednesday mid afternoon–early evening July–October (315) 776-4321

Eat Local Here are a sampling of restaurants and chefs that strive to use the freshest and the finest products from local farms: Aurora Inn BeauVine Chop House Elderberry Pond Restaurant Moro’s Table Niles Gourmet Bistro Oak & Vine at Springside Pumpkin Hill Bistro

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For a real culinary adventure try our “Sweet Treat Trail” itinerary, see page 41.

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Maggie's at the Riverbend, Auburn Mexican Chili’s Grill

1624 Clark Street Road Routes 5 & 20 (315) 252-5545

Connie’s Tex-Mex 137 State Street (315) 255-0419

Mesa Grande Taqueria 100 Genesee Street (315) 252-6252

Moe's Southwest Grill

Auburn Plaza, 193 Grant Avenue (315) 702-8220

Aurora/Scipio Center American

Dugan's Country Grill 3228 Route 34B (315) 364-5500

Fargo Grill

384 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 364-8006

Bistros

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Delis Amelia’s at Long Point Winery

1485 Lake Road, off State Route 90 (315) 364-6990

Waterfront Dining Aurora Inn

391 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 364-8888

Cato

Diners Cato Family Diner

11384 North Main Street (315) 626-2700

Waterfront Dining Cross Lake Inn & Marina

81 Jordan Road, Fire Lane 18 (315) 415-2873

Fair Haven American

Pumpkin Hill Bistro & Vineyard

O’Connor’s Main Street Pub

(315) 364-7091 or (315) 364-7093

(315) 947-6266

2051 State Route 90

Cafés Dorie’s Cafe & Bakery 283 Main Street, Route 90 (315) 364-8818

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559 Main Street, Route 104A

Cafés Hardware Café & General Store

566 Main Street, Route 104A (315) 947-6700

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Waterfront Dining

Asian

Little Sodus Inn on the Bay

Great Garden Chinese Restaurant

(315) 947-9944

(315) 497-2288

14451 Bell Avenue

Pleasant Beach Hotel 14477 Fancher Avenue (315) 947-5399

116 Main Street, Route 38A

Organic

Turtle Cove Restaurant

Niles Gourmet Bistro–Rustica Cucina

(315) 947-6677

(315) 784-5015

356 King Street

Genoa/Locke Diners

Barb’s Diner

891 Main Street, Route 38 (315) 497-9583

Laurie's Diner

1097 State Route 34 (315) 497-9757

King Ferry American

King Ferry Hotel 8777 State Route 90 (315) 364-5124

Moravia/Niles American

Colonial Lodge 2630 Route 41A (315) 496-9401

Lake Como Inn

1307 E. Lake Road, off Route 41A

(315) 496-2149

Trivia

4588 Grange Hall Road

Waterfront Dining Lake Side Grill

2846 Route 38, Firelane 1 (315) 237-9381

Port Byron American

Magdy’s Eats & Sweets 72 Utica Street

(315) 776-5899

Diners Brenda’s Diner 1951 Route 31

(315) 776-5070

Port Byron Diner 97 Rochester Street (315) 776-8494

Union Springs American Legends

137 Cayuga Street, Route 90 (315) 889-5450

Pete’s Treats

295 Cayuga Street, Route 90 (315) 889-7636

Village of Constant Dawn

The Cayuga Nation named what is now the village of Aurora Deawendote, or “place of constant dawn” because the eastern ridge above the village prolongs the dawn. 40

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Sweet Treat Trail

FOOD & DRINK

The Sweet Treat Trail is all about the unique sweets and treats that Cayuga County has to offer. Whether it’s honey or jam or homemade cookies made with locally grown and produced products, we have everything to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. From north to south in Cayuga County it seems like all roads lead to yummy goodness! Begin your sweet adventure in northern Cayuga County with a stop at Fly By Night Cookie Company in Fair Haven famous for their homemade cookies, pastries, pies and cakes made from scratch with real eggs, butter, and fruit from local farms. From Fair Haven head south on Route 34 to Giancarelli Brothers just north of Weedsport where you will find fruit wines, jams, jellies and pies. You can even pick your own fruit and they’ll give you tips on the fine points of jam and jelly making. From Weedsport head south to Auburn and then west on Genesee Street until you reach Morgan Half Acre Produce. This well known farm stand offers locally produced maple syrup and honey as well as a variety of jams and jellies made with fruits fresh from the farm. Turn south on Route 326 and make your next stop The Apple Station where you can treat yourself to sweet cider, baked apple cider donuts and fruit wines. From Route 326, follow NYS Scenic Byway Route 90 south along the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake and pick up some blueberry scones at Karen's Country Confections LLC in Union Springs before you make your final stop in Aurora at Bet the Farm, a winery and regional market packed with wines, chocolates, honey and much more to delight any sweet treat lover.

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Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

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Hardware Café & General Store Fair Haven Photo by George Fischer & Seaway Trail

Union Springs Continued

Cafés

Weedsport American

Arnold’s Family Restaurant

Be Happy Café 149 Cayuga Street (315) 889-5410

2667 Erie Drive

Karen's Country Confections LLC

CJ’s Restaurant

(315) 834-6251

8902 S. Seneca Street, Route 34

147 Cayuga Street

(315) 834-9067

(315) 889-5918

Old Erie Restaurant

Waterfront Dining

8924 N. Seneca Street, Route 34

Wheelhouse Restaurant 31–34 Hibiscus Harbor Lane (315) 889-5086

(315) 834-6641

Waterfront Dining Corrado’s Restaurant 9439 Riverforest Road (315) 834-6281

Pumpkin Hill Bistro, Aurora Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Trivia

Devaney’s Riverside Grill 9347 Stickle Road (315) 834-6352

It’s electric!

The first electric chair and the first successful electrocution took place at Auburn Correctional Facility. Visit the Cayuga Museum’s Prison exhibit to learn more. 42 (800) 499-9615


FOOD & DRINK WINE TOURS

Wine Tours Experience! The Finger Lakes

Full-service concierge to the Finger Lakes Region offering high-end wine, waterfall, and culinary tours, itinerary services and packaging. experiencefingerlakes.com (607) 233-4818

Finger Lakes Wine Cruises/ School’s Out Charters

Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the lake combined with tastings at some of the best wineries in the Finger Lakes. fingerlakeswinecruises.com (607) 280-3538

J & J Limousine Service Serving all the Finger Lakes Customized tours of the scenic Finger Lakes wine country. Any size group welcome. jjlimo.net (315) 258-2871

Quality Wine Tours

Scenic, fun and tasteful wine tours and tastings in Finger Lakes wine country. qualitywinetours.com (877) 424-7004

Picnic at Long Point Winery, Aurora

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Water to Wine Tours

Daily 5 hour winery tours departing from Aurora and Interlaken. Private charters, dinner cruises, and "Happy Hour" cruises also available May– Mid October. winolimo.com (607) 229-6368

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your h it w e s ee h c wine? Travel the Finger Lakes Cheese Trail and enjoy the wholesome goodness of cheese made fresh on the farm! The Cheese Trail hosts several open houses throughout the year and many cheesemakers are open other times by appointment. Check their websites for hours, open houses and suppliers.

For a full list of cheese trail members and further details visit flcheesetrail.com tourcayuga.com

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Canandaigua Lake

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Penn Yan

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Naples

Branchport

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Hammondsport

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Colloca Estate Winery

Fair Haven

Lake Ontario Wine Trail

104A

(315) 589-8861 lakeontariowinetrail.com

New York State was named the 2014

"Wine Region of the Year"

by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.

Cayuga Wine Trail (800) 684-5217 cayugawinetrail.com

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Heart & Hands Wine Co.

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King Ferry Winery

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Chateau Dusseau

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Aurora

Auburn

381 Main Street, Route 90 Bet the Farm is a New York State winery, regional gourmet food market and regional wine shop committed to quality, local food, community and hospitality.

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

CJS Vineyards & Aurelius Winery

6900 Fosterville Road Vinifera and hybrid grapes grow on the rolling hillside. The Scholomiti family produces fine Finger Lakes table wines, specializing in Riesling, Pinot Noir and Chambourcin, and Cabernet Franc. Tasting room open: April–August, November & December Saturday– Sunday Noon–5PM, September & October Friday–Sunday Noon–5PM or by appointment

cjsvineyards.com (315) 730-4619

Good Shepherds Brewing Company

31 Loop Road A family operated small craft nano-brewery with tasting room offering 5 to 6 beers on tap and growlers to go. Good Shepherds produces classic styles including Amber Ale, Pumpkin Beer, Irish Red, IPA, Maerzen (Oktoberfest) and Pilsner. Friday 4PM-9PM Saturday Noon-8PM Sunday Noon-4PM

(315) 406-6498

Prison City Pub & Brewery

28 State Street Producing small batch hand crafted beer, brewed on the premises. Full restaurant featuring elevated pub food with a focus on farm-to-table cuisine. Open daily 11AM-9PM

prisoncitybrewing.com (315) 604-0763

Bet the Farm Winery & Gourmet Market

April–September 11AM–6PM Daily, October–March 11AM–6PM Thursday–Monday,Tuesday & Wednesday by appointment or by chance

betthefarmny.com (315) 294-5643

Long Point Winery

1485 Lake Road, off Route 90 Specializing in medium to full-bodied vinifera wines. Spectacular view of the lake from the tasting room and gift shop. Amelia’s in-house deli, open May–December, Friday–Sunday 11AM–4PM, offers salads, soups and specialty sandwiches. January, Saturday & Sunday 10AM–5PM, February–April, Monday–Thursday Noon–5PM Friday–Sunday 10AM–5PM, May–December, Sunday–Thursday 10AM–5PM, Friday & Saturday 10AM–6PM.

longpointwinery.com (315) 364-6990

Cayuga

Izzo’s White Barn Winery

6634 Cayuga Road Sitting on 14 acres with its own pond fondly named ‘Lake Lorraine’ after the co-owner, Lorraine Izzo, the White Barn Winery features their signature ‘White Barn Wines’ as well as traditional Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc. The 100 year old refurbished barn on the property hosts special events throughout the year. "Music in the Barn" on Sundays from 3-6PM July–October. July–October, Daily Noon–5PM, April–June & November & December, Saturday & Sunday Noon–5PM or by appointment

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izzoswhitebarnwinery.com (315) 283-8095

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FOOD & DRINK WINERIES & BREWERIES The Apple Station Winery

5279 Cross Road The Apple Station features fruit wines as well as traditional grape varieties. Apples and apple products fresh from their orchard are also available. November–July, Wednesday–Sunday 10AM–5PM, September & October Daily 10AM–5PM

theapplestation.com (315) 889-5184

Fair Haven

Colloca Estate Winery

14678 West Bay Road Set upon 103 acres of waterfront on the shores of Lake Ontario with 11 acres planted for Riesling, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir, the winery benefits from the cool summer breezes through the summer growth season and thermal blankets of the lake effect snow and warmer air that Lake Ontario provides. In addition to wine tasting, the property is an ideal venue for weddings, parties, and corporate events. October-May, Friday-Sunday 11AM-6PM June-September, Daily 11AM-6PM

colloca.com (315) 947-2069

King Ferry

King Ferry Winery

658 Lake Road, off Route 90 Maker of the high quality, awardwinning Treleaven wines, including Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir and Meritage aged in French and Bavarian oak barrels. Tasting room, tours, and gift shop. February, Friday & Saturday 10AM–5PM, Sunday Noon–5PM, March & April, Monday–Saturday 10AM–5PM, Sunday Noon–5PM, May–October, Monday–Thursday & Sunday 10AM–5PM, Friday & Saturday 10AM–6PM, November & December, Daily 10AM–5PM

treleavenwines.com (315) 364-5100 or (800) 439-5271

Locke

Chateau Dusseau

5292 Erron Hill Road Featured wines include Cabernet Franc, Aurora, Frontenac, Seyval Blanc, Chambourcin, Niagara and Red Jack, a premier blended red. Local craft beer on tap, and homemade maple syrup available for purchase. June-October, Thursday & Sunday Noon-5PM, Friday Noon-6PM, Saturday 11AM-6PM September-May, Saturday & Sunday, Noon-5PM

chateaudusseau.com (607) 351-3818 or (315) 497-WINE

Union Springs Dill’s Run Winery

3862 Route 90 Specializing in Riesling, Gewürztraminer and Chardonnay plus native grape varieties such as Concord and Catawba. Dill's Run also produces their own flavored vodkas. Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1PM–5PM, or by appointment

dillsrun.com (315) 277-6102

Heart & Hands Wine Company 4162 State Route 90 Small, artisanal winery focused on making high-quality Pinot Noir, sparkling wine, and Riesling.

March–December, Friday–Sunday Noon–5PM or by appointment

heartandhandswine.com (315) 889-8500

Weedsport

Giancarelli Farm, Greenhouse & Winery

10252 Shortcut Road, off Route 34 Giancarelli Winery produces small batches of high quality dessert wines using homegrown fruits and berries, and grapes from neighboring farms. Tuesday–Saturday 9AM–5PM, Sunday Noon–5PM

(315) 626-2830 or (315) 558-9474

Lunkenheimer Craft Brewing Co.

8920 North Seneca Street A small batch, hand-crafted nano-brewery, brewing one barrel at a time, offering an everchanging variety of creative and unusual ales. Thursday & Friday, 6PM-9PM Saturday, Noon-9PM Sunday by chance

lunkenheimercraftbrewing.com (315) 834-7027

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Winter Wonderland Everyone will enjoy

a drive through our winter wonderland of glistening trees, shimmering lakes and sparkling waterfalls. Winter in Cayuga County is a special time of year and a leisurely trip around the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway will fascinate and delight you! Don’t miss the Cayuga Wine Trail’s Annual Shopping Spree in November and December, sampling fine wines and holiday treats along the way. A ‘must taste’ is our Finger Lakes Ice Wine, a dessert wine made from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. 48

Ice Fishing

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Outdoor enthusiasts

FOOD & DRINK

will enjoy the excitement of cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice-skating and snowmobiling through one of our parks or on a groomed trail. Cayuga County has three State Parks, as well as many county and community parks and trails that take you through diverse landscapes with spectacular views.

Cross-Country Skiing

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One of our luxurious inns or cozy bed and breakfasts will take the winter chill away with a dose of Finger Lakes hospitality. Be sure to visit tourcayuga.com for a romance package that will warm your heart and soul!

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Exercise

WiFi

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Auburn area

# of Rooms

Hotels & Motels

Pool/Lake

E.B. Morgan House, Aurora Restaurant

Photos courtesy of Inns of Aurora

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Days Inn 50 $59 Pool $10 fee • • 37 William St. to $109 dogs diauburn.com YMCA only YMCA (315) 252-7567 Pass Pass Dilaj’s Motor Inn 15 $45 • No fee • 7430 North St. Rd. Rt. 38 to $60 (315) 252-4444 / (315) 436-7598

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Exercise

WiFi

Pets Allowed

Pool/Lake

Restaurant

Rates

# of Rooms

Hotels & Motels

Handicapped Accessible

ACCOMMODATIONS

Auburn area Continued Hilton Garden Inn 92 $119 • Pool • • • 74 State St. to $189 auburn.hgi.com (315) 252-5511 / (877) 782-9444

Holiday Inn 165 $99 • Pool • $15 fee • • 75 North St. to $299 hiauburn.com

(315) 253-4531

Inn at the Finger Lakes 77 $79 • $15 fee • • 12 Seminary Ave. to $169 15 John Street (for GPS users) innatthefingerlakes.com

(315) 253-5000

Scottish Inns & Suites 24 $46 • 255 Grant Ave., Rt. 5 to $79 scottishinnsauburn.com

(315) 253-8447 / (800) 251-1962

Sleepy Hollow Motel 14 $79 $20 fee • 3401 E. Genesee St. Rd., Rt. 20 to $149 sleepyhollow.itgo.com

(315) 604-8009

Super 8 Motel 46 $54 19 McMaster St. to $119

• $10 fee •

super8.com

(315) 253-8886 / (800) 800-8000

Fair Haven

Pleasant Beach Hotel 6 14477 Fancher Ave. pleasantbeach.com

$110 • Lake $10 fee • to $175

(315) 947-5399

King Ferry

King Ferry Hotel 7 $65 • • 8777 State Rt. 90 to $85

(315) 364-5124

Skaneateles area Skaneateles Inn on 20 18 $99 Pool $30 fee • 4239 East Genesee St., Rt. 20 $129

skaneatelesinn.com

(315) 685-5751 Skaneateles Suites 4114 E. Genesee St. Rd., Rt. 20

13 & $99 1 house to $199

$35 fee •

skaneatelessuites.com

(315) 685-7568

Whispering Winds Motel LLC 12 $110 Heated $10 fee • 4223 E. Genesee St. Rd., Rt. 20 to $129 Pool whisperingwindsmotel.com

(315) 685-6056 / (800) 396-7719

Weedsport

Best Western Inn 34 $59 Pool • 2709 Erie Dr. to $170 bestwestern.com

(800) WESTERN / (315) 834-6623

Days Inn 40 $70 • • 9050 Rt. 34 to $160 daysinn.com

(315) 834-6198

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Restaurant WiFi Private Bath Swimming Hot Tub/Jacuzzi Handicapped Accessible

PLACES TO STAY

10 Fitch “Luxurious Romantic Inn” 3 10 Fitch Ave. 10fitch.com

Exercise

Rates

Auburn area

# of Rooms

Bed & Breakfasts, Country Inns & Guest Houses

$215 • • • to $335

(315) 255-0934

1840 Dulles Mansion Historic B&B 4 $200 • • 67 South Street to $350 (315) 941-8666

(opening July 2015)

A Lakeside Bed & Breakfast 3 $250 • • 79 Lakeshore Dr. to $300 lakesideauburn.com

(315) 730-3643

A Wicher Garden Bed & Breakfast 4 5831 Dunning Ave. Rd. wichergardeninn.com

$145 • • • to $190

(315) 252-1187

Chantelle-Marie Lakehouse B&B 4 $150 • • • 5151 West Lake Rd., Rt. 38 to $250 chantellemarielakehouse.com

(315) 702-0038

Finger Lakes Golf House 3 3076 Franklin St. Rd.

$175 • •

fingerlakesgolfhouse.com

(315) 707-7677

Springside Inn 7 6141 W. Lake Rd., Rt. 38 springsideinn.com

$100 • • • Lake • • to $250

(315) 252-7247

Tuxill House 4 $85 • • 5 Tuxill Square to $360 tuxillhouse.com

(315) 252-0055

Wide Waters Inn 5 $199 • • Lake 355 Wide Waters Ln. to $499 widewatersinn.com

(315) 730-6975

Aurora/Union Springs area

Annie’s Guest House 2 $75 • • Lake 444 Main St., Rt. 90 to $250 aghaurora.com

(315) 406-6501

Aurora Mainstays 7 432 & 434 Main St. auroramainstays.com

$100 • • to $275

(315) 364-5408

Dill’s Run 4 3862 State Rt. 90

$100 • • to $175

dillsrun.com

(315) 277-6102

Wells College Pass

Inns of Aurora/Aurora Inn 10 $175 • • • Lake • • • Wells 391 Main St., Rt. 90 to $450 innsofaurora.com

(315) 364-8888 / (866) 364-8808

College Pass

Inns of Aurora/ 7 $150 • • Lake • • E.B. Morgan House to $450 Wells 431 Main St., Rt. 90 College innsofaurora.com

(315) 364-8888 / (866) 364-8808

Pass

Inns of Aurora/Rowland House 10 $150 • • Lake • • 453 Main St., Rt. 90 to $450 innsofaurora.com

(315) 364-8888 / (866) 364-8808

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Inns of Aurora/Wallcourt Hall 17 $150 • • Lake 38 Lafayette Rd. to $300

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innsofaurora.com

(315) 364-8888 / (866) 364-8808

Fair Haven/Sterling

Anchor Resort & Marina & B&B 4 14424 West Bay Rd. anchor-resort.com

Exercise

Restaurant WiFi Private Bath Swimming

Rates

Aurora/Union Springs area

# of Rooms

Bed & Breakfasts, Country Inns & Guest Houses

Hot Tub/Jacuzzi Handicapped Accessible

ACCOMMODATIONS

Wells College Pass

$54 • Lake to $150

(315) 947-5331

Little Sodus Inn 14451 Bell Ave.

fairhavenny.com/lsi

(315) 947-9944 / (315) 947-5271

2 $60 • cottages to $80 1 house /person

Maplegrove Bed & Breakfast 4 1275 State Rt. 104A lakeontario.net/maplegrove

$89 • to $135

(315) 947-5408

King Ferry Homer Wilson House 4 1851 Rt. 34B homerwilsonhouse.com

$150 • • to $225

• •

(607) 227-5039

Moravia Oldest House in Moravia B&B 4 52 South Main St., Rt. 38 (315) 406-2501 / (315) 497-0524

The Tuthill House 184 North Main St.

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$125 • • Pool to $225 $85 • •

thetuthillhouse.com

(315) 497-3825

Skaneateles area

Hummingbird's Home B&B 4 4273 West Genesee St., Rt. 20 hhbnb.com

$109 • • to $159

(315) 685-5075 / (844) 207-1900

Check out our packag es!

A Wicher Garden Bed & Breakfast Auburn

Photo by Jumping Rocks Photography

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Pets

WiFi

Laundry

Store

Boat Launch

Fishing

Swimming

Cabins/Cottages

Auburn Area

Full Hook-up

Campgrounds

# of Sites

ACCOMMODATIONS

Yawger Brook Family Campsites 45 Pool • • 989 Chamberlain Rd., off Rts. 5 & 20 (315) 253-2371 / 729-3737

Cato

Cross Lake Campground 135 • • Lake • • • • • • & RV Park 12946 Dugar Rd., off Rt. 370 (315) 678-2143

Cayuga

Cayuga Marina & Outfitters 38 • • Lake • • 6721 River Rd., State Rt. 90

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cayugamarinaoutfitters.com

(315) 252-5754

Twin Oaks Campground 180 • • • • • Fire Lane 14, State Rt. 90 (315) 889-5189

Conquest

Duck Lake Campgrounds RD #2 Duck Lake Rd., off Rt. 370

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ducklakecampground.com

(315) 488-4473

Fair Haven

Anchor Resort & Marina 7 • • Lake • • • • • 14424 West Bay Rd. anchor-resort.com

(315) 947-5331

Fair Haven Beach State Park 183 • Lake • • • • 14985 Park Rd., off Rt. 104A Info: nysparks.com/parks/12/details.aspx Reservations: reserveamerica.com

(315) 947-5205

Grants' Vacation Park 40 • Lake • • 14831 Lake St. Ext.

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grantsvacationpark.com

(315) 947-5106 / (315) 445-2532

Shady Shores Campgrounds 142 • • • • • 14955 West Bay Rd. shadyshorescampground.com

(315) 947-5488

Turtle Cove Resort & Marina 9 • • • • • • • 356 King St. (315) 947-6677

Wildwood Lakes Campsites 99 • • • 621 Fourth St. (315) 947-6315

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

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Sunset at Fair Haven Beach State Park

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Pets

WiFi

Laundry

Store

Boat Launch

Fishing

Swimming

Cabins/Cottages

Montezuma

Full Hook-up

Campgrounds

# of Sites

ACCOMMODATIONS

Hejamada Campground 200 • Pool • • • • • & RV Park 748 McDonald Rd. hejamadacampground.com

(315) 776-5887 / (877) 678-0647

Moravia/Niles

Empire Haven Nudist Park 170 • • Pool • • • 5947 Sun Lane empirehaven.net

(315) 497-0135

Fillmore Glen State Park 60 • Natural • 1686 Rt. 38 Pool Info: nysparks.com/parks/157/details.aspx Reservations: reserveamerica.com

(315) 497-0130 Reservations: (800) 456-2267

Sevey’s Boatyard, Inc. 9 • Lake • • • • • • 6510 Glen Cove Rd.

seveys.com

(315) 496-2092

South Shore Marina • • • • • 2810 Fire Lane #1, off Rt. 38 ssmonowasco.net

(315) 497-3006

Sterling

Sterling Creek Campground 50 • • • • • 14983 Juniper Hill Rd. sterlingcreekcampground.com

(315) 947-6163

Suttercreek Campground 14831 Center Rd.

73 • • Creek • • • • •

suttercreekcampground.com

(315) 947-6007

Weedsport

Riverforest Campground & Marina 9439 Riverforest Rd., off Rt. 34

300 Pool • • • • •

riverforestpark.org

(315) 834-9458 / (800) 772-2644

Whitford’s Airport & Campgrounds 30 3027 Ditmar Rd.

(315) 834-9950

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Camping, Fair Haven Beach State Park

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MEETINGS & EVENTS

Total Mtg. Space Sq. Ft.

Largest Mtg. Room Sq. Ft.

Banquet Style

Classroom Style

Theater Style

Auburn

# of Mtg. Rooms Largest Meeting Room Capacity

Facilities with Lodging

# of Sleeping Rms.

From family reunions to business retreats, bring your next gathering to Cayuga County.

Hilton Garden Inn 74 State St.

92 3 260 260 150 260 4209 5375

Holiday Inn 75 North St.

165 6 600 600 400 500 6000 10,000+

auburn.hgi.com (315) 252-5511 hiauburn.com (315) 253-4531

Springside Inn 6141 W. Lake Rd., Rt. 38

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5 225 225

225 2850

springsideinn.com (315) 252-7247

Aurora

Inns of Aurora/Aurora Inn 10 1 90 120 36 90 1100 1100 391 Main St., Rt. 90 innsofaurora.com (315) 364-8888

Moravia

Casowasco 158 Casowasco Dr., off Rt. 38

110 8 300 200 150 150

Total Mtg. Space Sq. Ft.

Largest Mtg. Room Sq. Ft.

Banquet Style

Classroom Style

Auburn

Theater Style

Alternate Meeting/ Event Space

# of Mtg. Rooms Largest Meeting Room Capacity

casowasco.org (315) 364-8756

Auburn Public Theater 8 Exchange St.

3 200 200 80 200 2000 11,000

The Bucket BBQ 3193 East Genesee St., Rt. 20

1 40 40 40 400 400

Case Mansion 108 South St.

2 100 100 75 75 1200 2000

The Center Genesee St. & Hoffman St.

2 250 300 250 250 3000 3800

auburnpublictheater.org (315) 253-6669

(315) 255-1BBQ / (315) 255-1227 ministroministries.org (315) 406-0000

thecenter4wellness.com (888) 290-1779 / (315) 704-0319

Chantelle-Marie Celebration Hall 1 250 250 250 250 2400 2400 5151 West Lake Rd., Rt. 38 cmlakehouse.com (315) 730-1505

Curley’s Restaurant 96 State St.

1 75 75 60 60

curleysauburn.com (315) 252-5224

Dutch Hollow Country Club 2 100 100 100 132 1500 1839 Benson Rd. dutchhollow.com (315) 784-5052

Emerson Park Pavilion 6914 East Lake Rd., Rt. 38A

3 700 700 450 550 6148 9346

hjhospitality.com

(315) 255-3488

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Total Mtg. Space Sq. Ft.

Largest Mtg. Room Sq. Ft.

Banquet Style

Classroom Style

Auburn Continued

Theater Style

Alternate Meeting/ Event Space

# of Mtg. Rooms Largest Meeting Room Capacity

MEETINGS & EVENTS

Havana Room-Phoenix Bldg. 1 80 100 65 65 1200 1200 2 South St. (315) 252-2481

Highland Park Golf Course 2 140 140 140 140 3068 Franklin St. Rd. highlandparkgolfclub.com (315) 252-4993

Hollywood Restaurant 314 Clark St.

2 50 50 50 400 600

hollywoodrestaurant.net (315) 252-9775

Lakeview Golf and Country Club 1 200 200 200 6642 East Lake Rd., Rt. 38A lakeviewgolfcc.com (315) 253-0359

Lasca’s 252 Grant Ave., Rt. 5

1 100 100 100 100

lascas.com (315) 253-4885

Moro’s Table 1 30 40 20 30 600 600 1 E. Genesee St. morostable.com (315) 282-7772

Osteria Salina 16 & 18 State St.

1 150 125 125 150 1000 1000

Sunset 93 North Division St.

2 200 200 3200 3200

osteriasalinaauburn.com (315) 258-9070 sunsetauburn.com (315) 252-9765

Theater Mack at the Cayuga Museum 203 Genesee St.

1 150 150 120 100 1500 1500

cayugamuseum.org (315) 253-8051

The Point Sand Beach Rd. & Rt. 38

1 120 120 120 1600 2000

springsideinn.com (315) 252-7247

Willard Memorial Chapel Community Room 17 Nelson St.

1 40

40 40 40 800

800

willardchapel.org (315) 252-0339

Aurora Wells College 3 500 50- 50- 400170 Main St., Rt. 90 100 100 500 wells.edu (315) 364-3266

Cayuga Izzo’s White Barn Winery 6634 Cayuga Rd.

2 100 100 50 100 1200 1200

The Apple Station Winery 5279 Cross Rd.

1 250 250 160 250 4000 4000

Izzoswhitebarnwinery.com (315) 283-8095

www.theapplestation.com (315) 889-5184

Weedsport Old Erie Restaurant 1 60- 60- 60- 60- 8924 N. Seneca St., Rt. 34 70 70 70 70 olderieweedsport.com (315) 834-6641

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Auburn Doubledays, Auburn Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Here’s a seasonal sampling of the hundreds of year-round events in Cayuga County. For a complete calendar and the most up-to-date details, go to TourCayuga.com and click on events. Wine & Herb Festival

New York Dance Festival

Lake Ontario Counties’ Spring Fishing Derby

Fifty-Mile Long Garage Sale

Last weekend in April & first weekend in May King Ferry Winery & Long Point Winery, plus Cayuga Wine Trail. Potted herbs, recipes, wine & food pairings. cayugawinetrail.com (800) 684-5217

Early May Lake Ontario, Fair Haven Adult & youth derby categories include: salmon, brown, lake, rainbow or steelhead trout and walleye, prizes awarded. loc.org (888) 733-5246 Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival May-September & December Auburn A multi-venue festival celebrating America's most popular art form– musical theatre fingerlakesmtf.com (800) 457-8897

Auburn Doubledays Baseball Mid June–first week September Falcon Park, Auburn Class A professional baseball, farm team for Washington Nationals. auburndoubledays.com (315) 255-2489

Sterling Renaissance Festival July–mid August, weekends only Elizabethan festival with live theater, music, dancing, hand-crafted wares and games. sterlingfestival.com (800) 879-4446

Fireworks at Emerson Park July 3 Emerson Park, Auburn 9:45PM fireworks display. cayugacounty.us (315) 253-5611

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Mid July Auburn A world-class oasis for dance in the Finger Lakes including master classes, lectures, public rehearsals and a Gala Concert! nyide.com (315) 252-0350 Last full weekend in July Route 90 from Montezuma to Homer Hundreds of sales, antiques, collectibles and BBQs. tourcayuga.com (800) 499-9615

Great Race

Second Sunday in August Emerson Park, Auburn Team triathlon for adults and youth, followed by post-race celebration. great-race.com

TomatoFest

Second weekend in September Emerson Park, Auburn Live entertainment, food, crafts and amusement rides. cnytomatofest.org

Sterling, NY Halloweekends

October Halloween events on the grounds of the Sterling Renaissance Festival. sterlingnyhalloweekends.com

Holiday Traditions

Second Sunday in December Auburn’s museums, churches and historic sites offer free guided tours, live entertainment, special exhibits and refreshments. historyshometown.com (800) 499-9615

Great Race, Auburn

Photo by Maureen McEvers

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YEAR ROUND FUN Everyone knows that the Finger Lakes are a great summer vacation destination, but spring, fall and winter are wonderful times to visit as well and you can avoid the crowds and get some great rates, too!

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

Here’s a quick list of seasonal things to see & do!

Springtime • Sample great wines at the Cayuga Wine Trail’s Wine & Herb Festival • Enjoy the beautiful garden at the Seward House Museum • Fish one of our eight lakes • Make the Harriet Tubman Pilgrimage & honor this great hero

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

• Enjoy the wildflowers while hiking through Fair Haven Beach State Park

Fall • Leaf peeping along the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway and the Seaway Trail • Celebrate the season at one of our harvest festivals • Pick apples, pumpkins and gourds • Eat fried green tomatoes at TomatoFest • Sample artisanal cheeses on the Finger Lakes Cheese Trail • Get ‘spooked’ at "Halloweekends" in Sterling • See amazing quilts at the annual “Quilts = Art = Quilts” quilt show

Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds

• Buy the freshest vegetables, fruits, herbs and baked goods at our Farmer’s Markets

Winter • See Santa arrive in downtown Auburn’s Annual Holiday Parade • Experience small town Christmas celebrations in Aurora, Moravia & Weedsport • Enjoy free museum tours plus refreshments & entertainment at Auburn’s ‘Holiday Traditions’ event • Cozy up by the fireplace at The Springside Inn or Aurora Inn • Go ice fishing • Snowshoe, snowmobile, cross-country ski and hike our beautiful trails

For more seasonal ideas for things to see and do, visit tourcayuga.com or call (800) 499-9615. 60 (800) 499-9615


FINDING YOUR WAY EXPLORE THE REGION

Regional Information Additional Resources

Photo by Maureen McEvers

Auburn Downtown BID

(315 ) 252-7874

auburndowntown.org

Auburn’s Historic & Cultural Sites Information

(315 ) 258-9820 (877) 343-0002

historyshometown.com

Cayuga County Information (315) 255-1658 (800) 499-9615 tourcayuga.com

Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway cayugalake.com

Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (800) 530-7488 fingerlakes.org

Finger Lakes Travel (888) 408-1693

FingerLakesTravelNY.com

New York State Information (800) CALL-NYS (800) 225-5697 iloveny.com

Route 5 & 20 Driving Tours routes5and20.com

Weddings in the

Finger Lakes

Photo by Wendy Sisson

From historic places to country gardens, casual or formal, indoors or outdoors, Cayuga County offers fabulous venues that will make your wedding truly unique. Call (800) 499-9615 and ask for the Cayuga County Wedding Guide. tourcayuga.com

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FINDING YOUR WAY

Lake Ontario

Feat ured Restaurantonspage 35 see listing

104A Little Sodus Bay

IA Inns of Aurora

Fair Haven

Sterling

104A

EP Elderberry Pond Restaurant

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Cayuga County

North Victory

Harriet Tubman Memorial Highway

Martville

104

Ira

34

Victory

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Meridian Cato

Otter Lake

Conquest

Cross Lake

Erie Canal 40 Howland’s 31 Island ay 90 uw Port r h ST Byron NY Montezuma

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Fleming

326

Union Springs

38

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Ledyard

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Niles

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90

Venice Center Genoa

New Hope

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Poplar Ridge

King Ferry

Owasco

Owasco Lake

Scipio Center

Levanna Scipioville

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Aurora

34

Skaneateles Lake

38A

Sempronius Moravia

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90

Summerhill

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FINDING YOUR WAY

Visitor Services

Emergency Services AAA Western & Central NY

911 (800) AAA-HELP (800) 836-2582

Emergency Services Member Services

Airports

(585) 753-7000 (315) 454-4330 (607) 257-0456 (315) 834-9950

Greater Rochester International Airport Hancock International Airport, Syracuse Ithaca/Tompkins Regional Airport Whitford Airport, Weedsport

Airport Transportation Service

(315) 252-1057 (315) 730-5931 (315) 253-3333 (315) 258-2871 (585) 943-2662

Auburn Limousine Big D’s Limos Deluxe Taxi Cab J&J Limousine Service Upstate Airport Express

Car Rental Agencies

(315) 253-4004

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Taxi Cabs

(315) 252-2222 (315) 253-3333 (315) 253-3332

Any Taxi Service Deluxe Taxi Cab Total Taxi

Train and Bus Service

AMTRAK Train (800) 872-7245 Centro Bus (315) 253-5765 or (315) 442-3400 Greyhound Bus (315) 472-5339 or (800) 231-2222 NY Trailways Bus (800) 858-8555 Syracuse Regional Transportation Center (315) 478-1936

Tour/Transportation Operators

Experience the Finger Lakes J&J Limousine Services Onondaga Coach Quality Wine Tours

(607) 233-4818 (315) 258-2871 (315) 612-2346 or (800) 451-1570 (877) 424-7004

Hospital/Clinics

(315) 255-7011 (315) 258-7100 (315) 252-0000 (315) 685-9355

Auburn Community Hospital Finger Lakes Medical Care Center Insource Health Care Solutions Skaneateles Urgent Medical Care

Libraries

(315) 364-8074 (315) 947-5851 (315) 364-7975 (315) 776-5694 (315) 497-1955 (315) 252-2571 (315) 889-7766 (315) 834-6222

Aurora Free Library Fair Haven Public Library Hazard Library, Poplar Ridge Port Byron Reading Center Powers Library, Moravia Seymour Public Library, Auburn Springport Free Library, Union Springs Weedsport Free Library

For Cayuga County places of worship listings please visit:

tourcayuga.com

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Ward O’Hara Agricultural Museum

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St. Joseph’s Cemetery

Emerson Park

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Dick and Maddie’s Just Desserts

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Many of the attractions listed in this guide are handicapped accessible. Travelers are advised to contact the attraction to verify specifics prior to traveling. Based on availability, wheelchairs can be arranged for visitors free of charge by calling the Cayuga County Office of Tourism at (800) 499-9615 well in advance of your visit.

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Finger Lakes Medical Care Center

Drink in the unspoiled beauty of Cayuga County. Feel the fresh country breezes, relax to the sounds of trickling waters, bask in the warm glow of a Finger Lakes sunset and sip a fine local wine while you rediscover yourself in New York’s fabulous Finger Lakes.

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Tops Friendly Market

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Cayuga County and the Finger Lakes are famous for our fresh fruit, herbs, vegetables and dairy products. Many of our restaurants feature the freshest and the finest quality products from local farms on their seasonal menus.

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Reva Rollerdrome

Cayuga Photo by Kristian S. Reynolds Union Springs Cayuga-Onondaga Aurora BOCES Campus

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Lewis Restaurant

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Cayuga Community College Nature Trail Cayuga Community College

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Willard Memorial Chapel

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Reese’s Dairy Bar

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Ann’s Family Restaurant

Auburn Community Hospital

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Ichiban Japanese Steakhouse

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Downtown Deli Riverbend Coffee

Harriet Tubman Memorial Highway

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Lasca’s

Hong Kong Grant Avenue Eatery Shopping Area Moes Southwest Grill

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Auburn Doubledays

SA Schweinfurth Art Center

Weedsport Interstate 90

Pavlos

Falcon Park

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Scottish Inns & Suites

Port Byron Fair Haven/Sterling

Casey Park

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Auburn Unique Shopping Area

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With eight lakes and the Erie Canal, Cayuga County has more freshwater coastline than any other county in New York State. From the Great Fingerlakes Mall Lake Ontario to tiny Lake Como, water experiences Bass Pro Shops such as swimming, boating and fishing abound!

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Lowes & Wal-Mart

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Emerson Park

Owasco Marine



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Auburn High School

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The Official Visitors’ Guide to Cayuga County

Located near the heart of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga County’s towns and villages are perfect for sightseeing, shopping, dining and enjoying the lush Finger Lakes region.

Fing e r Lakes

Sho p p ing

Pe rfo rming A rts

Montreal 380 Miles

CAYUGA COUNTY Toronto 218 Miles Niagara Falls 139 Miles Buffalo 125 Miles

Ottawa 223 Miles

ROCHESTER 60 Miles 81 90

SYRACUSE 30 Miles 87

ITHACA 35 Miles 88

Albany 175 Miles Boston 340 Miles

Sail Away!

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Cleveland 311 Miles Harrisburg 265 Miles

Washington, DC 334 Miles

Histo ric S ites

NYC 269 Miles

Award-Winning Wineries 8 Lakes & the Erie Canal

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The Official Visitors’ Guide to Cayuga County

Located near the heart of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga County’s towns and villages are perfect for sightseeing, shopping, dining and enjoying the lush Finger Lakes region.

Fing e r Lakes

Sho p p ing

Pe rfo rming A rts

Montreal 380 Miles

CAYUGA COUNTY Toronto 218 Miles Niagara Falls 139 Miles Buffalo 125 Miles

Ottawa 223 Miles

ROCHESTER 60 Miles 81 90

SYRACUSE 30 Miles 87

ITHACA 35 Miles 88

Albany 175 Miles Boston 340 Miles

Sail Away!

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Cleveland 311 Miles Harrisburg 265 Miles

Washington, DC 334 Miles

Histo ric S ites

NYC 269 Miles

Award-Winning Wineries 8 Lakes & the Erie Canal

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