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Social Distancing in the Finger Lakes

Our pristine waters, fresh air, and wide open spaces make the Finger Lakes the perfect place to jump start new healthy habits. Our state parks and local trails are open and free to all for walking the dog, hiking through gorges, or laying out a blanket and enjoying the sunshine. Check out our picks for parks to escape to below!

Keuka Outlet Trail
between Keuka and Seneca Lakes
The Keuka Outlet Trail offers nearly 7 miles of trail between Penn Yan and Dresden, NY. Millsite ruins along the watercourse add another dimension to the natural beauty of cascading waterfalls and rocky ravines.

Waterfall on outlet trail

Cumming Nature Preserve
near Canandaigua Lake
This 900-acre preserve is as beautiful as it is vast! Here, you can meander through more than 6 miles of trails complete with wetlands, climbing forest roads, and hiking through the past. Please note, there is no indoor access to the center at this time.

lines of trees

Robert Treman State Park
near Cayuga Lake
This state park has numerous waterfalls along a 4.5-mile round-trip hike. The hiking trails follow Enfield Creek, providing gorge-ous views of rock formations and waterfalls. Lucifer Falls, a 115-foot-tall, multi-tiered cascading waterfall, is a short hike from the western portion of the park.


Watkins Glen State Park
near Seneca Lake
Watkins Glen State Park, is one of the most scenically magnificent areas in the Finger Lakes. Hikers can choose to hike the gorge, or take one of the many hiking trails.

watkins glen gorge in the fall

After your hike, retreat to one of our suites. No need to worry about crowds or keeping a schedule in our relaxing, rural settings.
Order your dinner and a bottle of Finger Lakes wine from one of our famous family run restaurants and have it delivered directly to your suite.

Call to reserve your stay in the Finger Lakes today! (315) 536-8473