DISCOVER AND EXPLORE NEW YORK CITY AREA New York, New York! Frank Sinatra knew what he was singing about when he created his famous song proclaiming his love for this gorgeous city. It’s the biggest and most diverse city in the United States, with 8 million people living in the 5 city boroughs. Also called “The Big Apple”, it is known for its massive skyscrapers, some of the world’s best cuisine, and, of course, Central Park! New York is a city unlike any other and only a visit in person will prove this point! Despite its rough edges, it has a unique beauty to show for, whether you’ll find it in New York’s limitless options of entertainment, recreational activities, parks, authentic restaurants, art museums….there is something for everyone!
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Seneca Lake Vacation and Cabin Rentals Choose from a variety of Seneca Lake vacation and cabin rentals. Seneca Lake is located in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York State.
Seneca Lake is home to awe-inspiring views, stunning nature trails, and adventure. You can find popular Finger Lakes wineries, including Belhurst Castle and Winery, Three Brothers Wineries and Estates, Fox Run Vineyards, and more, which are perfect for visiting year-round and sampling the region’s wines. There are also breathtaking state and local parks teeming with waterfalls to explore.
It is actually the largest of the Finger Lakes by volume and the second-largest by length, falling only to nearby Cayuga Lake. The Finger Lakes region is one of the top New York vacation destinations for a relaxing getaway, and Seneca Lake easily tops the list.
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DISCOVER AND EXPLORE THE ADIRONDACKS Adirondack Vacation and Cabin Rentals Located in the northeastern region of upstate New York , the Adirondack area is the perfect vacation spot for families, friends or couples. The Adirondacks offer a variety of outdoor activities making it a premier New York Vacation destination. Vacationers will find world-class fishing, hiking, skiing (water and snow) and snowmobiling or a relaxing lakefront retreat . Only a few places in the world can offer a plethora of things to see and do.
Located in upstate New York, the Adirondacks have their own state park and even a chair named after them. Don't worry; there are no entry fees and no gates that close at night. You're free to come and go as you please. So if you enjoy getting away, connecting with nature, and enjoying life at a different pace, then the Adirondack's is your... Read more
Finger Lakes Vacation and Cabin Rentals Formed more than 200 million years ago as a result of receding Ice Age glaciers, the Finger Lakes are comprised of 11 freshwater lakes and surrounding forests, making it the ideal vacation spot for outdoor enthusiasts. Located in upstate New York, this region has more than 1,000 waterfalls, countless quaint towns and vineyards, and an abundance of national and state parks. Relax amongst the serene natural landscape or head into one of the nearby cities like Syracuse or Ithaca.
A unique climate is created by the lakes’ presence, which protects the region from the harsh winters and hot summers, forging the perfect location for cultivating grapes. Naturally, the area is known for its more than 100 wineries and farm-to-table culinary scene, which heavily incorporates locally-sourced products.
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DISCOVER AND EXPLORE LONG ISLAND Anchored in the Atlantic Ocean just southeast of New York City is the East Coast gem of Long Island. Though perhaps best known for its vineyards and vast array of lavish summer vacation rental homes, Long Island is not only a haven for the celebrated rich and famous. With its wealth of white-sand beaches, sky-high surf and Eastern coastal charm, both shores of Long Island attract flocks of regulars and tourists alike, particularly in the warmer months. Set apart by its distinct blue, green and white color palate, Long Island is a summer vacation destination with a long nautical history, perfect for the seafaring soul.
Long Island Areas: Orient Point - I s perched on the very northern tip of the North Fork of Long Island. Accessible by automobile but most frequently by ferry from New London across the Sound, Orient is a sleepy... Read more
DISCOVER AND EXPLORE THE CATSKILL MOUNTAINS The Catskill Mountains, commonly known as the Catskills are a large region in southeastern New York state. The name is said to be derived from the many bobcats that were once present near the Catskill Creek. The Catskills region in Upstate New York is easily recognizable with its dramatic, rising mountains weaving through the Hudson Valley. Visitors and locals alike love the Catskills natural beauty, with a plethora of rivers, hiking trails, and waterfalls.
With so much natural beauty, it’s no surprise that the Catskills is home to some of the best outdoor recreation in the country. Tubing, rafting, fishing, bicycling, camping, hiking, and skiing are all possible through the seasons. This region also hosts a strong cultural history, as it was the home of the infamous Woodstock music festival in 1969.
VACATION IN NEW YORK’S CAPITAL - SARATOGA REGION New York’s Capital-Saratoga Region is a beautiful area of Upstate New York and considered the gateway to the Adirondack Mountains. Upstate is a mix of small to mid-sized thriving cities, charming Victorian towns, and quaint rural hamlets and villages. The region does not fit anyone's mold. The Capital Region enjoys a four-season climate and offers exciting things to do year-round. The area spans from Albany - the New York State Capital - in the South, to Saratoga Springs in the North, and the Berkshires to the East.
Each section of New York’s Capital-Saratoga Region is known for something a little different. Whether you are looking for museums and history, parks and outdoor activities, great food or cultural events, the area delivers it all – and within driving distance. Enjoy it all from your Saratoga... Read more
Lake George Vacation and Cabin Rentals DISCOVER LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK
Lake George, New York is the gateway to the Southern Adirondack Mountains in Eastern Upstate New York. Located half-way between Albany - the New York state capital - and Montreal, Canada, there are so many exciting Lake George things to do.
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The Lake George region is an outdoor lover’s paradise. The area offers excitement year-round. There are so many Lake George things to do, with activities ranging from high peaks adventures and mountain biking to camping to water sports and steamboat cruises to skiing and snowmobiling. Plus, history buffs can take a step back in time visiting revolutionary war battle sites and military landmarks. Regardless of the season, Lake George... Read more
DISCOVER LAKE PLACID, NY Lake Placid, New York is breathtaking and filled with amazing natural wonders. It is home to many of the Adirondack High Peaks, including the highest peak in New York State. The region spans a large rural area and encompasses gorgeous wilderness.
Lake Placid, NY itself is a little town that gained a big reputation in the 1980s thanks to the Miracle on Ice . Host to the Winter Olympic games in 1932 and 1980 the region is a sports mecca. Athletes and sports fans alike flock to the region to put their skills to the test, or simply enjoy a behind the scenes Olympic experience.
The entire Lake Placid region is a playground for outdoor adventurers, regardless of the season. Miles of rivers, countless lakes, and natural wonders like waterfalls, gorges, and high peaks are all found here. Enjoy all the Lake Placid... Read more
Cayuga Lake Vacation and Cabin Rentals What are the most popular destinations to visit in Finger Lakes? Cayuga Lake is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. At just under 40 miles long with an average width of 1.7 miles, it is the longest of all the eleven Finger Lakes. As one of the top vacation destinations in New York, the Finger Lakes, especially Cayuga Lake, offers something for everyone.
Cayuga Lake is a quaint vacation destination that offers fantastic hiking trails, stunning views, and fun! You’ll find great local wineries like Cayuga Ridge Estate , Montezuma Winery , Varick Winery & Vineyard , and Six Mile Creek Vineyard . In total, wineries along the Cayuga Lake wine trail have captured over 6,000 national and international medals so you won’t be disappointed.
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DISCOVER AND EXPLORE THE HUDSON VALLEY The beautiful Hudson Valley is just the right place to catch a break from reality. It’s made up of 10 counties that run along the Hudson River and extends 150 miles above the tip of Manhattan. New York State’s capitol is Albany, which houses an interesting museum of its history and the Huyck Preserve for nature lovers. Are you looking for serenity, outdoor fun and an astonishing nature surrounding you? Then Hudson Valley truly is the ideal place to visit!
Out of hundreds of little town, hiking paths, and river adventures, you can choose what speaks to you most and believe me when I say: The options are endless! It’s a place suitable for any of your likings, whether it be wine tastings, skiing, exploring nature in its raw form, or taking on more adventurous activities, such as Zip-lining and rock climbing, you... Read more
Discover Chautauqua County, New York Chautauqua County, New York is located in western New York offers small-town charm and the picturesque scenery of lakes and rolling hills. This four-season vacation rentals destination delights visitors year-round. Whether you are looking for pure relaxation, active recreation, culture or education, Chautauqua County vacation rentals appeal to all ages and a wide variety of interests.
What are the main cities to discover in the Town of Chautauqua Lake? Chautauqua Lake, Findley Lake, and the Lake Erie coast draw in summer visitors for water recreation, fishing, and scenery. Lake Erie’s grape-growing microclimate nurtures a bustling wine region called Lake Erie Wine Country. More than 20 wineries are open year-round (closing only on major holidays) for wine tasting and events. In the winter, the area transforms into a winter... Read more