The Cayuga County Office of Tourism in partnership with the tourism offices in Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca and Wayne Counties has produced a new ‘ON THE WATER’ Map and guide. This free brochure will help visitors find things to see and do on, in or near the waterways of central New York.
The guide includes an easy to read fold out map that covers Lake Ontario, the Finger Lakes, Oneida Lake, the Erie Canal and many of the smaller lakes and waterways such as Cross Lake, Lake Neahtahwanta, and Green Lakes. Boating services and marinas are listed in grid format with amenities such as restrooms, showers, on-site dining and overnight slips are listed plus much more. In addition, accommodations, attractions, campgrounds, restaurants, parks and wineries within easy walking distance and/or views of the waterways are highlighted.
The new on the ‘On the Water’ Map & guide can be downloaded in a printer –friendly pdf format here.
Or you can call the Cayuga County Office of Tourism at 800-499-9615/315-255-1658 to receive a free copy.
If you want to paddle the waterways of Central NY, you’ll still need a copy of “Take A Paddle – Finger Lakes New York Quiet Water for Canoes & Kayaks.“