Allan H. Treman State Park is one of the largest inland marinas in New York State. It boasts over 400 boat slips as well as picnic areas and playing fields.
This 9-hole course offers spectacular views over Seneca Lake as well as a full service clubhouse and restaurant and shaded picnic area.
Taking its name from the foaming cascade formed by Buttermilk Creek the park offers hiking, swimming and camping as well as the scenic Larch Meadows glen and wetland area.
Canandaigua Lake Marine Park is a boat launch facility and provides fishing access to Canandaigua Lake.
This year round recreation trail provides visitors the opportunity to experience the scenic beauty and historic charm of the glacially-carved valley south of Seneca Lake.
Cayuga Lake is the backdrop for this scenic park. The park offers a variety of aquatic activities from swimming to fishing as well as its many campsites and cabins.
Chimney Bluffs features the most dramatic landscape on the Lake Ontario shore. Experience the massive earthen spires while enjoying the park's lakeshore nature trails.
Dean's Cove Boat Launch is a boat launch site, including power boats, with fishing access. No other facilities.
Found on Lake Ontario the park boasts one of the finest public lakefronts in upstate New York. Towering shoreline bluffs, sandy beaches and hilly woodlands cover this scenic park.
Fillmore Glen is an oasis of cool, dense woods crowding into a long, narrow gorge. Explore its unique geological formations, five waterfalls, and a botanically rich glen.
The Recreation Area provides picnic tables, hiking, cross-country skiing and biking trails. Deer hunting is permitted in season. Small game hunting is not permitted at any time.
Honeoye Lake Boat Launch provides a boat launch site, including power boats, and fishing access. There is ice fishing in the winter.
The heart of wine country offers a gentle charm. Views of vineyard-covered slopes, glimmering water and clear blue sky provide a backdrop for a variety of outdoor activities.
Lodi Point Marine Park is a boat launch and picnic site. The park has modest accommodations for boaters, picnickers and anglers.
Located on the shore of Cayuga Lake the park provides boat launch facilities, a beach with swimming area, picnic areas, fishing access and a full service vacation rental.
Mark Twain State Park is the home of one of the most scenic and challenging 18-hole courses in the area. The 18-holes are marked by glacial features such as "kettle ponds".
A pristine granite monument marks the site of the 1779 hillside battle between The Continental Army and British regulars, Loyalist rangers and 1000 Iroquois Indian warriors.
This challenging 9-hole golf course offers breathtaking views and tremendous vistas, including the Canisteo River Valley, Harris Hill and the village of Addison.
Robert H. Treman is an area of wild beauty, with the rugged Enfield Glen gorge as its scenic highlight scattered with 12 waterfalls, including the 115-foot Lucifer Falls.
Located on Seneca Lake the park was once a military training base before becoming an area of grasses, wildflowers, shrubs and trees on flat, rolling woodlands surrounding ravines.
The banks of the blue water of Seneca Lake create a relaxing experience for swimmers and picnickers. Children will be delighted with our Sprayground and Playground facilities.
Hilly woodlands, a deep gorge with rugged cliffs, three waterfalls and fascinating rock formations comprise the park offering camping, hiking and swimming in a stream-fed pool.
The park's 215 foot namesake waterfall is one of the outstanding natural attractions of the Northeast. Trails offer spectacular views from above and below the breathtaking falls.
Two Rivers State Park features recreation trails for hiking, biking, skiing or snowshoeing through steep forested slopes and open hilltop meadows.
Watkins Glen is the most famous park in the Finger Lakes. It has a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound by its breathtaking gorge blessed with 200 ft cliffs and 19 waterfalls.