The Finger Lakes
With rolling hills, panoramic vistas, and plunging waterfalls, the pristine lakes that make up the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York were formed by glaciers over two million years ago. Today, the moderate climate and rich soil created by these ancient glaciers have helped the Finger Lakes become a world-class wine destination with over 100 award-winning wineries. Aurora is located on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, the oldest wine trail in the country, and closeby to the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and more. Along these routes, you’ll find an array of craft breweries and distilleries.
Tucked among this beautiful region are countless historic sites, wildlife and nature preserves, world-class museums, charming villages, roadside produce stands, and exceptional restaurants.
Please note: Businesses throughout the Finger Lakes are often independently owned. While we make every effort to provide updated information, tasting rooms, local farms, and other points of interest may close with short or no notice. To ensure a seamless experience, we recommend you call ahead before embarking on your journey.