"From kayaking on Keuka Lake to taking a private glass blowing class in Corning, my first trip to the Finger Lakes could not have been more idyllic . . . How did it take me so long to get here?!" – Alexandra Baackes, Alex In Wanderland
Spring in Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes is a time for blooming flowers and outdoor adventures as we stir from our homes with an urge to explore, a desire to play. Whether you're tapping a maple tree to taste its sweet sap or you're overlooking a scenic vineyard abuzz with life, your spring Finger Lakes vacation is sure to be full of new beginnings and fresh discoveries.
Take a scenic Finger Lakes wine tour and experience breathtaking views from Depot Park, Heron Hill Winery, Bully Hill Winery Restaurant, Dr. Frank's or Steuben Brewing Company. Don't forget the remarkable photo ops at The Corning Museum of Glass.
"The region is one of the most beautiful in the country. The first time I looked across Keuka Lake from atop one of the steep banks above it, it took my breath away. Even the cool, gray November weather did not spoil the beauty. I imagined how amazing the view would be during spring . . ." – Elizabeth Smith, Traveling Wine Chick
You won't want to miss any of the awesome local events like Arts in Bloom, Keuka in Bloom, and GlassFest, which was named one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association. The many options for lodging in the Finger Lakes allows you to decide how you want to spend your evenings – stay in a cozy B&B, enjoy a luxury hotel or camp underneath the stars. No matter what you choose to do in the Finger Lakes this spring, your vacation is sure to be unforgettable.