The Finger Lakes Region features Campgrounds, cabins, camping facilities, tent sites, and other resources for outdoor enthusiasts.
Campers in the Finger Lakes can enjoy one of the largest acreages of vineyards in the US with more than 100 wineries. There are five wine trails plus one wine path named for the lakes they border – Canandaigua, Cayuga, Keuka, Ontario, Seneca, Conesus and Hemlock. Celebrate the harvest with new vintages, wine and food pairings and holiday happenings at spectacular events hosted by these trails. Nearly all of the more than 100 wineries offer tasting rooms and gifts shops with some offering a unique look at the processes used in developing their own vintages. Several have restaurants with lake view dining.
While camping in the Finger Lakes make it a point to visit some of the many spectacular waterfalls:
Stony Brook State Park, 10820 Route 36 South, Dansville
This Park's terrain comprises hilly woodlands, a deep gorge with rugged cliffs overlooking three waterfalls and fascinating rock formations.
Buttermilk Falls State Park, 105 Enfield Falls Rd., Ithaca
This Park takes its name from the foaming cascade formed by Buttermilk Creek as it flows down the steep valley side toward Cayuga Lake.
Robert H. Treman State Park, 105 Enfield Falls Rd., Ithaca
An area of wild beauty, with the rugged gorge called Enfield Glen as its scenic highlight.
Fillmore Glen State Park, 1686 St. Rte. 38, Moravia
This Park is an oasis of cool, dense woods crowding into a long, narrow gorge
Taughannock Falls State Park, 2221 Taughannock Road, Trumansburg
The waterfall at this park is one of the outstanding natural attractions of the Northeast, with its knifing 215-foot freefall waterfall;
Watkins Glen State Park, Route 14, Watkins Glen
This New York State Park includes an incredible gorge with a stunning series of 19 falls and is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound.
The Finger Lakes are a camper’s paradise with so many natural attractions, you will surely make this your favorite camping destination.
While camping the finger Lakes Region visit Ithaca which has a stunning “collection” of gorges and falls, including Ithaca Falls, a spectacular enormous falls at 150 feet high by 175 feet wide! Also Buttermilk Falls State Park and Robert Treman State Park, both offer spectacular falls, hiking trails, and views.
Traverse the 552-mile long Finger Lakes Trail network, which connects the Catskill Mountains with the Allegheny Mountains. The trail passes through remote areas of the southern Finger Lakes of New York State