New 2019 Heartland Trail runner bunk house. Located in the Finger Lakes region.
"The perfect spot for nature lovers looking for peace and possible run-ins with local wildlife, Canadice Lake is free of development, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in a lake adventure or a hike surrounded by the natural world. Located in the southwestern part of Ontario County, the lake is nicknamed the “long lake,” but Canadice is actually the smallest of the Finger Lakes at three miles long and a maximum depth of 95 feet. While some recreation is allowed, permits are required for fishing and boating. Swimming is prohibited because the lake is used as a water source for Rochester.
Of the 11 lakes, Cayuga Lake — located near Aurora, Interlaken, Trumansburg, and Ithaca—is the longest of the Finger Lakes at just under 40 miles, and it is roughly 435 feet deep. To dig in and truly embrace what this lake has to offer, take the 87-mile Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway, which runs from northern Seneca Falls to Ithaca. Our region’s topography is also known for producing award-winning wines, and Cayuga Lake is home to the country’s first designated wine trail, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail. Along the way, you’ll be sure to see a waterfall or gorge.
A popular boating and swimming spot in the summer, Canandaigua Lake is the fourth largest of the Finger Lakes, running from the City of Canandaigua to Naples. Its name is said to be derived from the Native American word, “Kanandarque,” meaning the “chosen spot,” which was adopted by the city as its motto. Sprawling against the skyline, Canandaigua Lake is prime for adventure and is home to the 11,000-year-old Squaw Island, only one of two islands in the Finger Lakes."
Fresh Linens, Towels, camping chairs, silverware, pots and pans.
Campgrounds in the area
Watkins Glen state Park
Cayuta lake camping
Clute Park Campground
Back Bone horse Camp
And many more