Southern Finger Lakes

Watkins Glen, NY and the Southern Finger Lakes Region offers a variety of attractions - waterfalls, museums, wineries, shopping, dining and more. The beautiful, deep Finger Lakes create an ideal environment for growing grapes. There are more than 50 vineyards and wineries within an hour of the campground. These wineries are better associated with the lake they are near rather than the town.

Watkins Glen Gorge New York

Watkins Glen International: America's original road course, WGI today hosts a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in August. The "Thunder Road Tour" is a session where you can drive your own vehicle on the racetrack (RVs not allowed).
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Watkins Glen Gorge New York

Watkins Glen Gorge: The #1 attraction in the Southern Finger Lakes Region of New York. The world-famous gorge features 19 waterfalls along a 1 1/2 mile well-maintained trail with 832 steps from the bottom to the top.  Located in the heart of Watkins Glen.
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Taughannock Falls: The highest single-cascading waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains, located near Trumansburg, New York.
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Buttermilk Falls: Named for the frothy appearance of its churning waters. The main attraction of 10 waterfalls located southwest of Ithaca, NY in Buttermilk Falls State Park.
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Seneca Lake Wine Trail: The largest and most active wine trail in New York State with a community of over 30 wineries, a distillery, several breweries and hard cider producers and a meadery.
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Corning Museum of Glass: Home to the world's most comprehensive and celebrated collection of glass, as well as the Hot Glass Show, a live, narrated demonstration of hot glassblowing
offered all day ($).
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Rockwell Museum of Western Art: This museum, known as "The best of the West in the East!", features American Western and Native American art ($).
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