Finger Lake Vacations: 

Scenic Upstate New York offers the best of the Finger Lakes Region.  Located near Niagara Falls to the North and the Southern Tier to the South there is something for everyone to enjoy!     New York's Finger Lakes Region

Visit us in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State for your next vacation getaway, and start making memories that last a lifetime.  Our region has such an abundance of natural beauty and amazing attractions including our pristine serene lakes, gorgeous majestic waterfalls, and magnificent parks such as Letchworth State Park "Grand Canyon of the East" and Stony Brook Park just to name a few, each quaint drive along sleepy towns offer some of the most charming villages in our area, we offer many one-of-a-kind museums, and unique antique shopping opportunities, the Finger Lakes region has something for everyone to enjoy spring, summer, winter and the most eye-stopping fall foliage in the autumn at its finest!

Of course, let’s not forget about the wine!  After all, the Finger Lakes is home to more than 100 wineries serving up smiles and friendly conversation along with the gallons of award-winning wines of almost every variety.  Plus, with the added benefit of easy-to-navigate wine trails and a list of qualified transportation providers and tour guides, finding your new favorite Finger Lakes wine has never been easier or more delicious!

Conesus Lake Vacation

Finger Lake Vacation homes are individually owned and operated and maintained directly by the owners for your vacation enjoyment. Rates are subject to change.  Owners provide lease, deposit and application requirements directly to Guests upon reservation confirmation regarding final check/in and final check/out instructions along with key release and key return.   read more

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