As you’re looking to plan your trip at Finger Lakes vacation or daycation to the center of the Finger Lakes region of New York State, consider what types of activities, attractions, or seasonal highlights that you might be interested in experiencing while you’re here, as well as what preferences you have for the many accommodation and hospitality options that are available to you.
Discover a place with a wonderful history, where wineries and waterways thrive. Primarily known for the historic communities of Waterloo and Seneca Falls, Seneca County is easily accessible and nestled in between two of the longest and deepest of the Finger Lakes- Seneca and Cayuga, and connects to the Cayuga-Seneca Canal- a 20 mile portion of famed Erie Canal system. Along these waterways, visitors to the area can experience sightseeing cruises, tour the renowned, working area locks on the canal, and enjoy swimming, boating, world-class fishing and many other water sports and recreational attractions.
Enjoy wine tasting, fine local dining and abundant lodging options; or water sports, sightseeing activities, and endless outdoor recreation options.Read More
Experience world-class shopping, and the friendliness offered in small town USA- all in an area whose heritage has changed history as we know it.
Explore the great outdoors, and take in the fresh air of agritourism and wildlife attractions.
Don’t forget to consider checking our events calendar to view the many annual festivals or famed special events that may be occurring during your visit to the region, and, those that are looking for bargains and deals won’t want to miss the opportunity to inquire about our seasonal packages or special offers to take advantage of.
Seneca County is centrally located, four season friendly, and truly offers something for everyone.
For more information about the communities and activities in Seneca County and the Finger Lakes Region, please contact the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center: Seneca County’s Official Tourism Promotion Agency.