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Wonderful Wine, Women and Water! Seneca County is home to fifteen estate wineries, Seneca Falls is the birthplace of Women's Rights, and the county enjoys over 100 miles of shoreline.

Seneca Falls has also been called the model for "Bedford Falls" in the holiday movie classic "It's A Wonderful Life". The nearby Village of Waterloo is the Official Birthplace of Memorial Day. Shop Smart at the 100-stores of the Finger Lakes Outlet Center, or spend time outdoors at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, Finger Lakes National Forest or four State Parks.

Early women's rights leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Coffin Mott, Martha Coffin Wright, Mary Ann M'Clintock and Jane Hunt organized an influential Women's Rights Convention, also known as the Seneca Falls Convention, held in 1848 at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. A "Declaration of Sentiments" was adopted, which included support for women's suffrage. Frederick Douglass, a former slave and publisher of a Rochester, New York, abolitionist newspaper, attended the convention. His eloquent support for the women's suffrage resolution was instrumental in its passage. Nearby Waterloo was the planning location for the convention, which is commemorated by the Women's Rights National Historical Park in the two villages.

The Village of Waterloo was incorporated in 1824 and again in 1866, the same year it celebrated the first Memorial Day. Waterloo was officially designated as the official birthplace of Memorial Day in 1966 by President Lyndon B. Johnson; the Memorial Day Museum is in the town.

Looking for something to do??. All of the attractions we have in New York... hiking trails, hang gliding, kayaking, ziplines, wineries, race tracks, white water rafting, museums, historical sites, gardens... you name it and here in New York you can find it!

The Finger Lakes Region of west/central New York State which encompasses 14 counties with 11 lakes, ranging in size from 11 to 40 miles with more than 650 miles of shoreline. The Finger Lakes Region is located between the triangle cities of Rochester, Syracuse and the Corning/Elmira area, the region is bordered by the Pennsylvania border to the south and Lake Ontario to the north. The larger lakes... read more...

Close to New York City, the Catskills region features legendary mountains and splendid accommodations ranging from world-famous resorts to dude ranches. Free from the maddening crowds, Catskill activities are for all seasons - antiquing, historic sites, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, skiing, snow shoeing. Ski resorts offer entertainment year round, from art fairs to music and ethnic dance celebrations.

Romance... something many people are looking for. Now is the time to get away from everything with the one you love. Now is the time to re-focus and renew your relationship with that special someone. Now is the time to rekindle that romance that brought you together. So get away for a weekend... and we have some ideas for you here.

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