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Visit Ontario County
What better place to spend your next vacation days or plan your next meeting in than in Ontario County? Finger Lakes Visitors Connection is the official tourism promotion agency for Ontario County, and is here to help you make your plans a reality.
Located in the western portion of New York’s Finger Lakes Region, there’s fun in Ontario County for cultural aficionados to foodies and outdoor adventurists to wellness seekers. With vibrant communities, rolling hillsides, quaint villages, glacier-carved lakes, lush farmland and award-winning wineries and breweries, the area is a wonderful place to visit! Head over to their website, or give them a call at (585) 394-3915.
Here is some more of what the media is saying about Ontario County:
- There are days when life makes you feel as though you’ve been poured into a blender and whizzed into a froth of nervous exhaustion. As a resident of New York City, I find this happens to me with disconcerting frequency. But when it does, I have a solution: hightail it 200 miles northwest, to the Finger Lakes. A patchwork of vineyards, apple orchards, hiking trails, and small, thriving towns, this bucolic region of New York State takes its name from 11 narrow glacial lakes between the cities of Rochester and Syracuse that run north to south, like the fingers of an extremely unusual hand.” – Ray Isle, Food & Wine
- Carolyn Steere, from Destination I Do, said, “One of the more noted wedding venues in the region is Belhurst Castle and Winery, which was voted number three in USA TODAY’S 10 Best Wine Country Hotels in 2018. Located on the shores of beautiful Seneca Lake, the large lawn is a favorite ceremony location, followed by a castle reception fit for a prince or princess. With three hotels, two restaurants, a winery, spa and salon, you can create the wedding of your dreams all in one place.”
- Howard Blount of Backroad Planet described his taste of grape pie at Arbor Hill as “Heaven” and his lunch at New York Kitchen’s The Restaurant “Divine.”