Explore the Finger Lakes Region

The Finger Lakes is a world-class wine producing region that specializes in aromatic white varieties like Riesling. Guests take advantage of the amazing varieties of wine and even more amazing views of the lakes canyons streams and waterfalls.

Three Brothers Wineries and Estates: www.3brotherswinery.com/

3 Wineries and Craft Brewery on the same site. North end of Seneca Lake.

Atwater Estate Vineyards:  www.Atwatervineyards.com/

One of the best views along with very popular wine selections.

Fox Run Vineyards: www.foxrunvineyards.com

Rated one of the best wineries along Seneca Lake.

Herman J Weimer: www.weimer.com

Home of the most famous Riesling, a pioneer winery of Seneca Lake.

Geneva

17 miles to our South, Geneva sets at the North end of Seneca Lake, the largest of the Finger Lakes. A historical city it has numerous museums, restaurants, historical buildings and fabulous views of the Lake. There is Lake fishing, numerous wineries and parks

Canandaigua

17 miles to our southwest, Canandaigua is at the head of the lake of the same name. A truly historical upstate city, it has numerous museums, Sonenberg Gardens antique shops and gorgeous lake views

Watkins Glen www.nysparks.com>parks Most popular finger lakes park., Within 2 miles there are 200 foot cliffs and 19 waterfalls, miles of hiking trails and millions of visitors every year and is only one hour to our South

Watkins Glen International Racetrack

An Internationally recognized race track is located in the same town

www.mtheglen.com

Corning NY

Corning is one and a half hours south. It has Corning Glass and the world famous Corning Museum of Glass  www.cmog.org . The corning glass museum has world renowned examples of glass sculpture and glass making as expert artisans produce beautiful glass works of art before your eyes. It is popular for all ages

Seneca Falls

Located 20 minutes to our East is the National Women’s Hall of Fame, www.womenofthehall.com Seneca Falls was the center of the movement, over 100 years ago, to give women the right to vote.  In addition there are numerous museums honoring the suffragettes of that time

Waterloo Premium Outlets

On the way to Seneca Falls you can stop at the Outlets www.premiumoutlets.com 100 outlets stores from the world’s leading designers and name brands

Explore Lake Ontario:  

Lake Ontario with Sodus Bay is one the world’s largest bodies of fresh water.  It is a few miles north of Newark.  It offers world class fishing, dozens of charter fishing boats, swimming and many fine restaurants. Check out this website for the latest fishing reports and updates on local streams, bay, lake, and canals: http://www.waynecountytourism.com/fishing-update

http://ilovenyfishing.com/: From rod-bending Chinooks and steelhead to tasty walleyes and panfish, Lake Ontario has it all. It’s the reason the pros come back year after year and scores of families have made open-water excursions an annual tradition.

Sodus Point Lighthouse Museum

Is an 1800s stone lighthouse now converted into a museum with numerous local antiques.

Chimney Bluffs/Hiking: http://nyfalls.com/lakes/ontario/chimney-bluffs-state-park/ Plan for half a day to enjoy the park. A walk along the bluff trail and then back through the woods takes about an hour and a half.  Nearly four miles of hiking trails, with the most popular, the Bluff Trail, bringing hikers literally to the brink of thrilling cliffs made from glacial deposits and sculpted by harsh weather. The Chimney Bluffs never fail to give visitors breathtaking views of the Great Lake and a sense of wonder about this region’s natural history.

Charter Fishing: Sodus Point

Just 20 minutes to our north is the village of Sodus point and Sodus Bay.

Sodus Point has 17 Charter fishing companies.

Ridge Runner:  www.ridgerunnersportfishingcharters.com

Stingray: www.stingraycharters.com

Are a couple examples of some of the nearby charter fishing boats.

After fishing you can relax at nearby restaurants such as Captain Jack’s Tavern, The Coop Deck and Abe’s Waterfront. Or you can go a few blocks north and enjoy a beach and picturesque views of Lake Ontario.

Sodus Point Lighthouse Museum

Is an 1800s stone lighthouse now converted into a museum with numerous local antiques.

www.sodusbaylighthouse.org

Chimney Bluffs/Hiking

http://nyfalls.com/lakes/ontario/chimney-bluffs-state-park/

Plan for half a day to enjoy the park. A walk along the bluff trail and then back through the woods takes about an hour and a half.  Nearly four miles of hiking trails, with the most popular, the Bluff Trail, bringing hikers literally to the brink of thrilling cliffs made from glacial deposits and sculpted by harsh weather. The Chimney Bluffs never fail to give visitors breathtaking views of the Great Lake and a sense of wonder about this region’s natural history.

Niagara Falls

One of the wonders of the world, Niagara Falls is less than 2 hours away.

After viewing the falls consider some of the other spectacular attractions

Cave of the winds

www.niagarafallsstatepark.com

Take an elevator to the river’s edge and walk up wooden walkways almost under the falls somewhat protected with an included poncho

Maid of the Mist

www.maidofthemist.com/

For one of the most exciting views of the falls, take this boat ride is as close to the falls as the engines can go.

Ski Resorts:

Upstate New York has dozens of popular ski resorts.

Brantling Ski and Snowboard Center,  (www.brantling.com) is a small family owned and operated ski area located just ten minutes from the Newark Garden Hotel. Brantling is known for its family atmosphere and great lesson programs with options for children and adults of any ability level. Brantling is equipped with 9 slopes and trails, and 5 surface lifts. The ski lodge makes a perfect home featuring a wood stove, fireplace, Ruthie’s Run Café, beer & wine bar and plenty of picnic space.

Bristol Mountain, (http://www.bristolmountain.com/) is the premier ski resort in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York that offers 1200’ of vertical, 2 high speed quads, and state-of-the-art snowmaking. Views from the summit and the 35 slopes and trails are breathtaking and provide a variety of inclines for every skier and snowboarder from beginner to expert.

Gore Mountain Ski Resort, http://www.goremountain.com/ located just over three hours away is New York State’s largest ski and ride resort.

Location

125 N Main St, Newark, NY 14513

Get Directions