There are many destinations perfect for a summer getaway in central New York, including:
Arney's Marina in the village of Sodus Bay. Founded 68 years ago, still owned and operated by the Arney family with customer service its priority. A Honda Outboard Premier Dealer backed by factory certified service personnel.
Bayview Wellness Center in Fair Haven offers regularly scheduled yoga, Pilates, and fitness classes, and massage therapy and acupuncture by appointment. Conveniently located on Main Street just a mile from Fair Haven Beach State Park. See website to schedule appointments or check class schedule.
Located just 12 minutes from Syracuse, Carol Watson Greenhouse works to help complete your garden, landscape and hardscape projects. A series of farmers' markets occurs during the summer, along with demonstrations and special events. Great for every season of the year and every kind of gardener. Whether it's cleaning up your garden or starting fresh, Carol Watson Greenhouse has plenty for you to work with.
City Market reflects the lifestyle of the urban dweller by recognizing the return and desire to live in a city. City Market champions urban creativity and repurposing in downtown Syracuse at Armory Square. Sixty vendors offer mid-century modern styles, antiques, jewelry, silver, industrial design, lighting, collectibles, art and more.
Enjoy Chenango County, a destination known for its warm, friendly people, unrivaled lifestyle, and beautiful natural surroundings. From nationally known festivals, to miles of trails, to history and performing arts, Chenango County provides you with activities and entertainment that everyone can enjoy. See all there is to do in Chenango County online and then plan your next vacation.
This summer, the Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse is partnering with the Museum Association of New York to present Water/Ways, a special exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street program. Water/Ways explores water's effects on migration and settlement, and the relationship between water and politics, economics, and culture. Water/Ways will be on display in the Weighlock Gallery from June 29th through August 11th. Admission to the exhibit, Water/Ways programs and the Museum is free.
For 12 days and nights from August 21 through September 2, the fair brings together the best food, music, rides, games, exhibits, animals, agriculture and more. Explore the fairs many agricultural displays, horticultural offerings, concerts, antique displays, arts and crafts, demonstrations, butter and cheese sculptures, parades, and much more. Families can enjoy the adventure zone, petting zoo, Kiddieland, and a monarch butterfly garden.
A not-for-profit, museum with a mission to promote, protect, enhance and collect the maritime historical resources associated with the Oswego River and its drainage basin, the Oswego Canal and Lake Ontario. The museum's vision is to become a nationally recognized and accredited museum of maritime history, heritage and culture. That desire to grow, strengthen, and always benefit current and future generations of visitors through an educational initiative remains very much a part of that process.
The Oneida Community Mansion House was the home of the Oneida Community, the most successful and radical of the 19th-century utopias. The Mansion House is a National Historic Landmark offering museum tours, overnight lodging and facility rentals. Its remarkable preservation provides an opportunity to enjoy fascinating architecture, beautifully landscaped lawns and gardens, golf, trails and a gift shop. Located near the Erie Canal trail ways, which has become a popular biking area.
Oswego County offers year-round fun and recreation for everyone! History, festivals, fishing and outdoor activities highlight each season. Centrally located in New York state, Oswego County provides a vast number of attractions within driving distance. Download their visitors guide online or browse their calendar of events.
Reeves Farms is dedicated to producing fresh, nutritious berries and vegetables using sustainable farming practices. The Reeves family has been growing vegetables for more than a century in Baldwinsville. Visit Reeves Farms fruit stand in Baldwinsville for fresh sweet corn, homegrown tomatoes and many other fruits and vegetables.
Riverside Artisans Cooperative, Oswego's premier source for fine art and handmade gifts, in Canal Commons, offers a wide range of professional fine arts and crafts, as well as an opportunity to meet the artists who have created them. From original paintings and handcrafted wood work, to fused glass and handmade jewelry, Riverside Artisans is the place to get a unique gift for yourself and for someone special. The shop takes pride in reasonably-priced, handmade, quality crafts and fine art.
Visit the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse this summer and see what all the BUZZ is about! See Ajay, our baby Asian elephant calf at the newly transformed Asian Elephant Preserve with an expanded public walkway that provides a breathtaking perspective of our 8-member elephant herd. Trek through the Wildlife Trail and encounter seven giant animatronic insects featuring a Madagascan sunset moth, a water-spraying bombardier beetle, a very imposing grasshopper and more! Also new this year -- an 18-horse carousel will transform the zoo into one of the most fun-filled family attractions in Central New York! For more information, visit syracusezooevents.org.
Rudy's has been serving Oswego and the surrounding communities since 1946, continuously providing fresh products, cooked to ordered as you watch. Open from around St. Patrick's Day through September, Rudy's offers both indoor and outdoor seating on the beautiful shore of Lake Ontario. The drive in is a perfect spot for fresh fish and casual family fun.
Symphoria's free summer concert series returns this summer, with outdoor performances in parks throughout central New York. Unique concerts with summertime programs inspire and engage concert goers of all ages. Join Symphoria to celebrate another wonderful summer in CNY.