Plan Your Adventure

Plan Your Adventure

Plan Your Adventure

Welcome to Seneca County, the northern rural gateway to the Finger Lakes area, set between two of the area’s largest major lakes - Seneca and Cayuga.

Leave the day-to-day at the door, relax and unwind as you explore the adventures that lay ahead. Here, no two days are the same. Uncover new experiences and deeper opportunities at your own pace.

Discover hidden gems. Discover favorite spots. Discover Seneca.

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8 Ways to Discover Seneca

1. Walk through history

As the birthplace of the women’s rights movement, the area’s history, heritage and culture is on display at more than 20 museums and historical sites.

2. Taste.

Savor the land’s high-quality wines, plus local artisanal foods such as award-winning cheeses and specialty baked goods.

Walk through History, Taste

3. Connect.

Witness the energy and determination of our local businesses, farmers and entrepreneurs. They are passionate about sharing their craft, products and stories.

4. Unwind through exploration.

From upscale culinary in laid-back and friendly environments to renowned entertainment, gaming and brand name shopping experiences

Connect & Unwind

5. Slow Down in Nature.

Soak in the scenic rolling hills and picturesque landscapes as you explore the undisturbed nature and hiking trails.

6. Enjoy the freshwater Finger Lakes.

Venture out on the water. Whether boating, paddling or fishing on the region’s two largest lakes – Cayuga and Seneca – or marveling at the views from lakeside wineries and restaurants.

Slow Down in Nature, Freshwater Finger Lakes

7. Relax in your style.

Choose your comfort from rustic log cabin retreats and quaint B&Bs to luxurious hotel and spa amenities.

8. Feel Seneca Safe.

Our reimagined and redesigned spaces mean a safe and enjoyable experience among small groups. Look for the Seneca Safe signage at area businesses, showing our community commitment to safety for everyone.

Relax in your style, feel Seneca Safe

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