When planning a trip to the Finger Lakes and staying in a vacation rental its hard to know what you need to bring because each rental is so different from the other. Click below to download our packing checklist to help guide you when packing for your stay at a FLPP rental. This list will ensure you have everything you will need for your upcoming stay in the Finger Lakes!
Do you provide coffee filters for the coffee pot or Keurig in the rental? – No, you need to bring coffee filters for whatever kind of coffee machine is in the kitchen. Please refer to the photos or amenities section on your rental property page on our website so you know which kind you need to bring.
When is check-in and check-out time? – Summer (April – September) check-in is 4:00 pm and check-out time is 10:00 am. – Spring, Fall, Winter (October – March) check-in is 3:00 pm and check-out time is 11:00 am.
Are linens provided with my rental? – Sheets, pillow cases, and a comforter are provided for all beds in the home. In addition, 1 set of towels is provided for the number of occupants allowed to stay in this home. If you use more than 1 towel when you shower please bring another. Beach towels are not provided, please bring these with you as well
What is one of the top advantages of staying in a vacation rental? The kitchen! Our homes come with all of the appliances you’ll need to create a delicious vacation in the Finger Lakes. From pots and pans to the dishware, our kitchens are ready for you to cook, bake, and grill away. Oh… except for the food! Get the full scoop on Finger Lakes grocery delivery services below.
Grocery Delivery & Curbside Pickup Options
When you stay in the Finger Lakes there are options for getting groceries without stepping into a local store. We’ve provided some Finger Lakes grocery delivery resources below depending on where you are staying in the region:
Roadside Stands: Throughout our region you’ll see roadside stands offering fresh seasonal vegetables, fruits, eggs, or sometimes even baked goods. Be sure to have cash on hand to drop into their honor-system registers.
Dining Curbside Pickup
In addition, most restaurants, wineries, and breweries provide curb-side pickup. If you have a favorite venue from a past trip, we highly recommend calling them ahead and ordering takeout to enjoy in the comfort of your vacation rental.
If you’re a first-time visitor, here are some links to help you find restaurant options near your rental:
Restaurants:Click here for our interactive map to help you find nearby restaurants to your rental. Please call ahead for information on their curbside offerings.
Wineries, Breweries, and Distilleries: In New York State beer is sold in groceries stores but wine and liquor are not. Click here for our interactive map to help you find nearby venues to your rental. Please call ahead for information on their curbside offerings.
Tips for Cooking at Your Rental
If this is the first time staying with us, welcome! But there are some tips for planning the ultimate vacation in a Finger Lakes Premier Property:
Meal planning is EXTREMELY helpful! Grocery stores are not around every corner in our region. Make sure you have every ingredient (including spices and condiments) on your list or packed to bring. We do provide a sealed spice shaker for every reservation that includes salt, pepper, garlic salt, cayenne, curry, and paprika.
Yes, we provide cooking utensils, pots, pans, bakeware, and grilling utensils. However, if there are certain kitchen tools or utensils that are must-haves for the chef in your family, bring them along!
In our kitchen welcome bag we provide: 1 roll of paper towels, 2 washable dish towels, 1 small bottle of dish detergent, 1 sponge, 2 dishwasher tabs, and 1 box of laundry detergent. If you think you will need more than this, depending on the length of your stay, please plan accordingly.
Staying in a pet friendly rental? Don’t forget the dog food and water bowl!
For those who are still planning their next vacation in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York, click here to begin your search for the perfect home to host your next vacation.
If you need assistance with finding the right home for your next trip, contact our local vacation planners who would be happy to assist you by calling 888-414-5253 and pressing option 1.
It’s where September still feels like summer in the Finger Lakes, but offers “off season” rates. After Labor Day, vacation on your favorite Finger Lake while taking advantage of lower rates, property specials, and reduced traffic at parks, wineries, and restaurants.
The month of September typically features reduced traffic at favorite destinations.
BUT.. September is also the beginning of the wine harvest season. If you’re looking to experience Finger Lakes wine country, this is the time. During your exploration you’ll see grapes being harvested across our region in the early morning hours while it is still cool. You’ll smell the ripe grapes as you drive by vineyards and visit tasting rooms. Some wineries even offer tours of their production facility, but be sure to check ahead with COVID policies for 2020.
If you didn’t have a chance to visit the Finger Lakes this summer, don’t fear! September is still a wonderful option to take advantage of the last warm days of the year and create new adventures in the Finger Lakes.
Ready or not, rental season is upon us! Here in the Finger Lakes we are seeing a 134% increase in bookings compared to 2020 with many summer weeks completely sold out. There is no better time to talk about responsible renting for vacation rental owners.
What are the biggest complaints about vacation rentals?
According to the Rent Responsibly, a national advocacy organization, the biggest complaints of short term rentals nationwide are:
Additionally, with vacation rentals surpassing hotels as the preferred accommodations in our region, the attention on management comes to forefront.
Other rental issues we frequently hear about in the Finger Lakes Region include septic systems and mismanagement.
Many homes in our region reside in rural areas where public water and sewage are not available. Before renting your home, you should always check the capacities of your septic system. Many were systems were installed for smaller families who would not be using the home as frequently. It is likely you will either have to schedule frequent pumps or install a larger system. Also, check with your local Code Officer to see if your township has requirements. There is no bigger damper on your guests experience than having a septic issue mid-stay resulting in refunds, future cancellations, and an overall 1-star experience.
Mismanagement of vacation rentals affects owners, guests, neighbors, and entire communities. This often occurs when a homeowner lists the home on a booking site, rents it, collects the cash, and is unavailable through the booking process. Sometimes guests will take advantage of the situation which then results in the three top concerns noted above. Neighbors are left with an uncomfortable situation, sometimes resulting in a call to authorities. If these situations remain unresolved, it may lead to further investigation by the local town board to then impose restrictions or regulations on all rental homes within the township.
As you begin to consider becoming a vacation rental owner it is crucial to understand how managing the home and guests are the most important factors for having a successful rental business.
How do you overcome these rental issue (and more)?
1. Communication – If you are renting, ensure you are setting the expectations for your guests. Let them know they are staying in a family community, not a resort destination. There will be quiet hours, there is limited space for parking and guests, and there is an expectation for caring for the property during their stay. This should be outlined in your contract with your guests.
There should always be a legal contract with your guests. This contract outlines the expectations, is agreed upon by both parties, and outlines all consequences of infringements of the contract.
2. Management – Ensure you are set up for success for this summer for both you and your guests. Make sure your neighbors know you are renting and provide them with your contact information in case there are any issues.
Make sure your trash pickup is scheduled and communicate the trash days with your guests. Housekeeping, lawncare, and septic pumps are other vendors who are in high demand this summer who will
3. Establish a 24/7 Contact Person – While it is helpful to have your neighbors keeping an eye on your property, they are not responsible for your guests. Do not rely on your neighbors to be the resource for your guests and do not give your guests their contact information. Unless you have a property manager, you should be the contact person before, during, and after their stay.
Some townships also require you to register your rental property to ensure they have a point of contact. Whether or not they require this, it is helpful for you to provide them with your contact information should they ever need it.
4. Welcome to the Hospitality Industry! When you become a rental owner, you are entering the world of hospitality. Keys to your success will be customer service, cleanliness, and did we mention customer service?
Envision your last vacation and the expectations you had. You expected to be welcomed into a clean space with all of the amenities advertised. Was something not working, who did you call and how did they respond? Were they prompt and were you able to enjoy the remainder of your stay? These (and more) will become the expectations of your guests.
With any vacation you likely wanted an understanding of the places to eat, visit, and experience during your stay. Providing your guests with local resources from grocery stores, restaurants, shopping, and attractions will assist them with having a memorable stay and more likely to book with you again.
Want more resources about managing a vacation rental?
As the leading vacation rental management company in the region, we have established national and local partnerships with organizations that assist short term rental owners. Here are some more resources for you to visit:
Our local team of experienced vacation rental professionals is also- available to answer questions you may have about renting your home. If you are interested in learning more about our all inclusive services for vacation rental homeowners, you can reach us at 888-414-5253 Option 4 or NewOwners@FLPPlake.com.
After a long winter, the temptation is strong to boat on Keuka Lake and go for that relaxing cruise you have been longing for. Below we have all of the resources of local business’s that can help you get on the water, stay on the water, and make the most of Keuka Lake life.
The Olney Place is conveniently located in the middle of nowhere. They’re open May through October starting at 7 AM daily. Seth and his staff are committed to maximizing your time on Keuka Lake. So before making that next trip to town, don’t forget they have the following items in stock:
MILK ⋆ CHIPS ⋆ BEER ⋆ ICE ⋆ SODA ⋆ COFFEE ⋆ TOYS ⋆ SUNSCREEN ⋆ CIGARETTES ⋆ CHARCOAL ⋆ COLD CUTS ⋆ DELI ⋆ SALADS ⋆ EGGS ⋆ A SENSE OF HUMOR ⋆ NEWSPAPERS ⋆ DOCKSIDE GAS ⋆ BUTTER ⋆ POSSIBLE CHANCE OF SUN ⋆ WIFI ⋆ SUNGLASSES ⋆ BAIT ⋆ ATM ⋆ BATTERIES ⋆ CLEANING PRODUCTS ⋆ KEUKA LAKE GIFT IDEAS ⋆ FIREWOOD ⋆ BAKED GOODS ⋆ GLUTEN-FREE OFFERINGS ⋆ PUBLIC RESTROOMS ⋆ GIFT CERTIFICATES ⋆ LOCAL/GOURMET CHEESES & CHOCOLATES
You can get hungry out on the water. So can your boat. So, while you’re fueling up at our gas dock, call up (315) 536-5454 for some sandwiches and groceries. They’ll deliver it right to your boat (or seaplane, if that’s your thing).
This family run business is located smack dab in the middle of Keuka Lake on the west side just north of The Waterfront Restaurant. Jake offers gas, food, beverages, boat rentals, tube/ski rentals, apparel, fishing tackle/poles, live bait and so much more. Need to launch your boat in Keuka Lake or retrieve it from Keuka Lake that’s $7-1 way. Also, Keep your vehicle parked at Jake’s is another $10/day. What a deal and the owners are the nicest people you will find.
Morgan Marine is an authorized Boston Whaler, Premier Pontoons, Hobie Mirage Kayaks Eclipse Paddleboard, and O’Brien SUPs dealership in Penn Yan, New York. Along with a large selection of new models, Morgan Marine also carries a wide variety of pre-owned models. Morgan Marine has a full sales, service and parts department. They also offer boat /kayak rentals and have a pretty large boat store with everything from tubes , water skis, bumpers, lines etc. Come in and visit their friendly, reliable, and experienced staff between the hours of 9am to 5pm Tuesday – Saturday (Closed Sunday & Monday), or call us at (315)-536-8166.
Sable family owned for over 48 years. Non-ethanol gas, snacks, ice cream on the dock, drinks, non-motorized rentals. New and gently used water sports for sale! Come see us and become part of our Keuka Family! Find us right across from the tip of the bluff (next door to Lakeside Restaurant). You will see our Finger Lakes Seaplane parked at our dock, as this is where the seaplane tours take off from! You can also launch your boat here for a $5 launch fee.
Enjoying a day out on Keuka Lake and need to fill up your boat? Swing by the NEW Marina/lakefront gas station on the west side of Keuka Lake in Hammondsport. They have everything you could want from tubes, life jackets, ice, snacks, gas for the boat and so much more! Rent a boat from them if you don’t have one of your own. Boat on Keuka Lake with one of their rental lily pads perfect for a float-illa.
East Bluff Harbor is a full service marina that has been operating on Keuka Lake for over 40 years. They are located half way down the bluff on the east side and have two gas pumps. One at the end of their floating dock and the other on shore for your convenience. They sell 89-octane gas, as the engine manufacturers recommend that you use it for your boat.
Tubes, skis and wakeboards are necessary accessories to get a true sense of a day on the lake. Don’t forget the rope and the life vests. They can also special order any water toy that is not stocked at their store. They carry all the safety equipment necessary to comply with Coast Guard regulations. When is the last time you checked your flares or fire extinguisher? Both expire and need to be replaced! It is always good to have extra rope and fenders to tie your boat up safely at the restaurant or at a friend’s dock.
They offer trouble free and clean boat rentals, newer models as well as well maintained older models. They keep their prices low to keep you coming back! Located on the north west branch of Keuka Lake in Branchport. Daily, multiple day, & weekly rentals available. Spend a few days or a week relaxing, fishing, boating, swimming, sightseeing, or wine & beer tasting. They also sell ice on the premises & have non-ethanol high octane gas available.
Proprietors John & Karen Wheeler, along with their crew offer customers: *Clean restrooms and showers. *Shore power for their slip customers. *Picnic area with tables and grill. *Ice machine.*Ample Parking and a great view of Keuka Lake’s only naturally protected harbor! Rent ski, pontoon, or fishing boats from them. Make sure you call (315) 595-8808 ahead to reserve your boat rental.
Boat Storage, Repair + Showroom
Mike offers exceptional boat storage and repair services. He has been in the business for over 30 years and is a local favorite. You can reach him at (607) 868- 3308. This one man operation doesn’t lack in customer service or quality of work, give him a call today!
Keuka Watersports is an authorized Centurion, Starcraft and SunChaser dealership serving the Finger Lakes area of New York state. They are proud to carry a large selection of new and pre-owned inventory. Therefore, When you are ready for a new boat, their friendly and knowledgeable service departments are prepared to make sure your experience is outstanding. From assisting while you’re making your choice to ongoing maintenance and customization. Keuka Watersports values the opportunity to create a long-term relationship with their customers, and do that by giving you the best customer service available.
Over the years, our customers have become our extended family by coming back to us year after year. We enjoy and look forward to seeing our growing extended family every year and hope that you too will become part of our extended Keuka Watersports family. Keuka Watersports is Keuka Lake’s premiere boat and jet ski rental source. Offering the best ski boats, pontoon boats, deck boats, jet skis & kayaks. They offer daily, multi-day, and weekly rental rates along with waterskies, wakeboards, and tubes. Give them a call at (607) 569-2889 today!
In order to create boating memories on Keuka Lake we all need to make sure their is a Keuka Lake to boat on. The Keuka Lake Association aims to preserve and protect the natural beauty of Keuka Lake for future generations. You too can be a part of maintaining our beautiful lady Keuka.
The Finger Lakes region of New York is the perfect place to bring the whole family because there’s something for everyone! As one of the best vacation destinations in the United States, the area is full of adventurous outdoor activities, delicious food, beautiful scenery, and quality family memories. The tricky part is squeezing all the activities into the perfect 7-day itinerary to the Finger Lakes. Read on to find out how to plan your dream lake-cation.
If you’re looking for a quick guide that lists out the best attractions, restaurants, entertainment, and state parks, make sure to access our complimentaryVacation Guide.
The Best 7- Day Itinerary to the Finger Lakes
Day 1 in Finger Lakes: Travel the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
After a road trip from busy urban areas like New York City, unpack your bags in your luxury Finger Lakes Premier Properties vacation rental, and head out for a day of shopping and exploring the attractions that make the Finger Lakes great. Travel the very first wine trail in America: the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail. Along the way, you’ll find fantastic wineries, attractions, and shopping.
You can’t travel a wine trail without visiting the tasting rooms for delicious wine tasting and vineyard tours. There are 14 wineries to pick from including Americana Vineyards and Knapp Winery, just to name a few. You won’t run out of wines to taste on the longest-running wine trail in the country.
Dine at The Bistro at Thirsty Owl Wine Co.
Stop by The Bistro at Thirsty Owl Wine Company for the oldest vinifera vines in the Finger Lakes. Enjoy fresh, local ingredients and wine-friendly cuisine. Make sure to check out their extended dinner menu if you dine before 7 p.m.
Some other dining options include Ithaca Bakery, Maxie’s Supper Club and Oyster Bar, and O’Malley’s Cabin on the Lake.
Day 2: Discover Attractions Along the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Spend day three exploring Watkins Glen in Finger Lakes. The village has a diverse variety of activities to choose from. Here are a few of the best things to do.
Watkins Glen State Park Gorge
You have to check out the stunning waterfalls along the Watkins Glen State Park Gorge. Go for a scenic hike on the George Trail, then enjoy a picnic for a nature-filled day in Watkins Glen.
Day 4: Watkins Glen International
For the NASCAR fan or the thrill-seeker, take a trip to Watkins Glen International. Between April and November, you can get on the racetrack and drive the glen!
Where to Eat in Watkins Glen, NY
Dig into a flavorful meal at Nickel’s Pit BBQ. Their farm-to-table foods include locally sourced meat, bread, and other ingredients, so you’re guaranteed a quality meal. Make sure to take home some of their iconic barbeque sauces. You can purchase them by the bottle in the sauce store and take a little bit of Nickel’s with you.
If you have a sweet tooth, make a run to the Great Escape Ice Cream Parlor. Choose from an assortment of soft custard, hard ice cream, gelato, non-dairy sorbet, and vegan options.
Day 5: Have Fun With an Excursion in Seneca Lake
No matter which of the 11 lakes you choose to live by for the next few days, there is always an abundance of fun lake activities to partake in.
Sail with True Love Schooner Excursions in Watkins Glen for a breezy view of Seneca Lake. Clear your mind when you head out on the water for yoga and wellness retreats for women. Then, go fly fishing, kayaking, or boating with Summit to Stream Adventures on Seneca Lake for a fun-filled afternoon.
Day 6: Explore Keuka Lake State Park
Known as the “Crooked Lake,” Keuka Lake State Park is a great spot for a full day of outdoor adventures. Launch a boat off one of their boat docks for an afternoon of fishing, cruising, and fun in the sun. Or, get up close to Upstate New York’s fascinating wildlife, and explore the park’s hiking trails.
Day 7: Discover the Gem that is Taughannock Falls
Taughannock Falls State Park is home to a towering waterfall, known to be one of the most outstanding natural wonders of the Northeast. The park touches Cayuga Lake, and offers gorge and rim trails that lead to breathtaking views above the waterfall. Words can’t describe the sights you’ll see on this journey!
Relax in a Luxury Finger Lakes Premier Properties Vacation Rental
Return from your Finger Lakes excursions to a spacious vacation rental. Stay in one of our properties spread throughout seven of the 11 Finger Lakes. You’re sure to find a vacation home near the best upstate New York attractions. Book your getaway at our Peaceful Sanctuary property on Lake Canandaigua. This charming abode can serve as a home away from home for up to 12 people. Gather your friends for a game night in the game room, or take the kids out to the dock for a day of sunshine and lake adventures. The fun awaits here on the Finger Lakes. Check our availability and book your getaway today!
There are many urban parts of New York, but when your lifestyle gets to be a little too fast, it’s time to hit the brakes with a relaxing getaway to the Finger Lakes region of New York. But before you can hit the brakes, put the car in gear and make a bee line with the ultimate Finger Lakes road trip!
You can prepare yourself for your trip beforehand by requesting access to our free Finger Lakes Vacation Guide. It includes the best FLX attractions, so that you can figure out where you’d like to dine, drink, play, and sightsee while in exploring the Finger Lakes region.
Your Guide to the Ultimate Finger Lakes Road Trip
NYC to the Finger Lakes
Although New York City and Finger Lakes are not too far away from each other and in the same state, the two regions of New York are almost polar opposites. If you’re looking for a change of scenery and pace, you should drive from NYC to the Finger Lakes.
The road trip is about five hours and will lead to a series of small towns, lakes, and outdoor recreation. Some of the best outdoor recreation happens at attractions like Watkins Glen, a state historical park. There, you can spend the day hiking, biking, hunting, swimming, or sightseeing the 19 waterfalls!
There’s a variety of things to do for the non-outdoorsy folks in your group as well. Explore some of our wine trails and discover the best local sips through a wine tasting (or several!)
Buffalo to the Finger Lakes
For the ultimate road trip adventure from Buffalo to the Finger Lakes region, you should take I-90. This route includes an array of attractions on the way to the lakes. Some hot spots you’ll run into are the New Era Field (where the Buffalo Bills play), Byrncliff Golf Resorts, Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, and the Jell-O Museum!
The Finger Lakes to Rochester
Just an hour away from the Finger Lakes is Rochester, NY. It’s the perfect place to take a day trip during your FLX vacation. History buffs are sure to enjoy the George Eastman Museum, where you can immerse yourself in the fascinating history of film and photography. You’ll learn all about the history of different film genres, as well as the progression of technology! It’s fantastic for the creatives in your crew! If you love the museum, you’ll also enjoy the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, where you can admire art and walk through popular exhibits.
Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester is a family favorite in Rochester! The 20-acre zoo is home to more than 90 species of animals! Learn all about your favorite animals, enjoy snacks at the café, or buy some souvenirs in the gift shop! This day trip is a day well-spent in Rochester, NY!
Road Trip Around the Finger Lakes
If you’re planning a staycation in the Finger Lakes, or just wanting to road trip your way around the greatest attractions, it’s easy to pack an itinerary with fun things to do! Activities range from exploring the hiking trails at Taughannock Falls State Park to making glass at Corning Museum of Glass!
For an extra unique experience, visit Seneca Falls, the birthplace of the women’s rights movement! You can then experience the National Women’s Hall of Fame where you’ll discover stories about the amazing women who shaped the nation.
Choose the Best Finger Lakes Vacation Rentals for Your Lakecation
Make the most out of your lake vacation when you choose the best vacation rentals in the region. Finger Lakes Premier Properties offers gorgeous vacation homes surrounding Canandaigua Lake, Seneca Lake, Cayuga Lake, Conesus Lake, Honeoye Lake, and Keuka Lake! You can enjoy awesome amenities, like lakefront views, complimentary kayaks, fire pits, and much more. Browse through our selection of FLX vacation rentals, and start planning your road trip today!
Any time of the year is a great time for a lakecation, but the Finger Lakes in June is especially magical. The combination of exciting festivals and events combined with fun activities and gorgeous weather makes this time of year a magical potion made for success! For a handy guide to all of the best year-round attractions, make sure to request access to your own Vacation Guide to the Finger Lakes region. Our guide includes our favorite local restaurants, shops, outdoor recreation, and scenic areas so that you have access to local insight when putting together your trip itinerary.
Your Ultimate Guide to the Finger Lakes in June
Finger Lakes Weather in June
Kick Off Summer With Great Weather
You need to visit the Finger Lakes region in June because the weather is perfect! During the day, you can expect temperatures to hover just below 80 degrees Fahrenheit. This is ideal weather for all your outdoor adventures.
The best place to stay in the Finger Lakes this summer is with Finger Lakes Premier Properties. Stay in a large vacation rental on a lake for the perfect FLX vacation in June! Our rentals offer top-notch amenities, like panoramic lake views, docks, complimentary kayaks and canoes, fire pits, game rooms, and much more! Plus, they’re close to the best attractions in the area so you can easily explore the state parks, shopping centers, restaurants, museums, and wineries.
Summer Memories is a great place for you and your family to stay as it features seven bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths! You’re sure to create the best memories here when you hang out in the air-conditioned gazebo, head out on the water with the paddleboat, or grill out on the propane BBQ grill.
Each Memorial Day we recognize the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women who have served our country in grand, festive ways. This year will be different just like last year as we all sacrifice many of our traditions and find new ways to celebrate and remember the meaning of the holiday.
New York State continues to urge residents and visitors to practice responsible social distancing and where a mask when not seated in public. Keep the essence of Memorial Day alive this year with some of our recommended ways to celebrate from your Finger Lakes vacation home.
Plan Ahead for a Stocked Fridge
Any vacation and celebration is largely circled around delicious dishes, recipes, and sweet treats. There is no change there for this year, except to invite the extended family that couldn’t be there last year.
One great advantage of renting a vacation rental is that your accommodations come equipped with a kitchen. All of our rental home kitchens include dinnerware, silverware, bake ware, utensils, and even a grill to accommodate your meal serving needs. However, experiencing local fare when traveling is an expected vacation experience.
Don’t worry, even though last year you may not have been able to sit down in your favorite local diner or pub, this year you can! Click the links below for the local resources by lake:
Our local wine trails, breweries and distilleries are offering tastings like normal. Be sure to check their website to see the max number of people allowed in your group and whether or not you need a reservation. Click on the link below for their resources:
If you choose to leave your lakeside rental this Memorial Day weekend and explore some of the natural wonders of our region, please plan ahead.
No matter where you choose to trek, contacting the park ahead of time is recommended. Some parks have not reduced access or sometimes closed mid-day in order to eliminate overcrowding in popular settings.
For more information on where to go and the precautions parks are taking, click below.
You rented a lakeside vacation home, enjoy it! The lake itself provides plenty of entertainment for days. Take a look at the description of the vacation rental you reserved, and you may find some additional perks for added entertainment through your stay.
Many of our vacation rentals come with non-motorized watercraft including kayaks, paddle boards, canoes, etc. There is no better way to social distance than by being on the water! Better yet, pack a fishing pole and make sure your NYS Fishing License is ready for catching dinner from the lake.
Games rooms and lawn games are another feature to add some fun to your stay. However, not all rentals provide these. If your family has a favorite game for some friendly competition, make sure to bring it from home.
There is no better way to end each day then to gather around a campfire as the sun sets behind the rolling hills. Most of our rentals provide fire pits, but double check. You’ll also want to buy local wood on your way from either a roadside stand or grocery store. Remember that shopping list, don’t forget the s’mores!
You can always relax in one of our rentals knowing we have the most dependable cleaning standards. We are confident in our services and even provide a housekeeping guarantee to ensure all of our guests feel safe and comfortable throughout their Finger Lakes vacation.